Friday, January 03, 2014

Pamper Your Feet with Memory Foam Slippers

You might have heard about memory foam mattresses and pillows and how incredibly helpful they are in ensuring your comfort while you sleep. Many users have also claimed to have improved memory and recall upon use of these mattresses and pillows. They do not only get a very good sleep each night, but their bodies are also pampered and relaxed. The same can be applied to our body’s most used part – the feet. Not everyone take notice of how stressed their feet are until they are already painful and achy – our feet need a fair share of pampering and indulgence with a pair of memory foam slippers. 






The technology applied in memory foam mattresses and pillows are the same with the ones used in these slippers. It uses visco-elastic foam which is highly-reactive to the body’s temperature so you can be assured they your slippers take the contours of your feet to its tiniest details. You’d feel extremely comfortable wearing these slippers as it gives needed support to the arch and heel to lessen the heel shock while you walk. It also increases stability since your feet are completely cradles so you don’t have to worry about rolling your ankles the wrong way. These slippers are available in men’s and women’s sizes and there are designs which are great different age groups so you might as well consider giving them as gifts to your family and friends on any occasion.

30 comments:

  1. Unwanted gifts for me...I didn't experienced any about it. But, your ideas are good. thanks for sharing this topic.

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  2. These are great suggestions. Although if I'm going to sell them my friend or loved one might see it :( I guess the best option is just to give it to someone else hehe

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  3. I usually re-gift or donate my unwanted gifts.

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  4. I tend to keep every gift I receive but we really need to be practical nowadays and you gave me very good options on how to dispose of some "unwanted" gifts, either because I won't use them or I got a gift twice.

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  5. Whatever I get, I keep pr I give it to someone else whom I think needs it.


    Happy birthday Ate Joy!


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  6. I don't know why, but as far as i remember i never have a gift that i never like, i always cherish them and i'm sure that i can use them in some way...

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  7. Donations may be a nice way to get rid of some gifts.

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  8. Some people re-gift unwanted presents. I have yet to do that though, because I normally just donate unwanted gifts to Salvation Army.

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  9. I appreciate every gift that I receive, if I can't use them, I just keep them and since I am now able to send some things over there, I include those gifts that I don't use... :-) I do have an eBay account, I might explore that possibility one of these days.

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  10. My mom have it change pag ayaw nya lol. Me naman, I like all the gifts eh hehe but these are good and effective tips!

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  11. swapping gifts would be great idea! like the one i am following in instagram breadnbarter they found someone to swap things they wanted.

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  12. Mai @ MaiThankfulHeartJanuary 4, 2014 at 10:31 AM

    I can't remember having an unwanted gift. :) I usually find a reason to use them. But for those that I have too many of already, I usually keep them and store them, until I find the perfect person who would want those gifts.

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  13. Swapping is a great idea. I sometimes list item at Listia..

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  14. asking permission to the person who gave you the gift would be the first thing i would do, even if its a gift still they have the right way to know if you want to get rid of it or not.

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  15. i usually keep the gifts i get, however, these are great tips, rather than keeping our gifts collect dust for not being used at all, why not let others use them.

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  16. I usually sell unwanted stuff or give to someone that needed it the most, that way I do not waste it :-)

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  17. Those so called unwanted gifts, I usually send it to the Philippines and make my family happy or someone in the neighborhood or church who needs it.

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  18. The only gift we got last Christmas that we didn't want is a couple boxes of chocolates! Lol. You see, none in our household are into chocolates. So, we'll just store it until we can schedule to ship another box to Philippines. It will be for our lovedones and friends back home. :)

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  19. Rochkirstin SantosJanuary 5, 2014 at 11:40 AM

    Wow! I would want the same material and technology to be installed and applied on heeled shoes for a more comfortable wear every day in the office. :)

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  20. I would normally feel guilty when I was gifted with something and there's no way for me to be able to utilize it. But we need to be practical too! Some other people may need it more than I do so it's best to re-gift it to somebody else with no offense meant to the gift-giver, Lovely tips!


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  21. algene may cutamoraJanuary 5, 2014 at 3:07 PM

    I son't usually receive unwanted gifts kasi anything that comes from a friend or loved one is much appreciated. In cases na di ko talaga gusto, I just give it to someone and not sell the item :)

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  22. How much is this kind of slipper Mommy Joy?

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  23. I think I need this since I run often and needs my feet to be relax all the time.

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  24. I am a re-gifter. I usually give it to my folks in the Philippines.

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  25. it is only less than 300 pesos Levy :)

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  26. you'll not regret buying one Franc, my husband likes it very much, his feet get relaxed after long drives

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  27. that is also what i have in mind hihi

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  28. This is something I would certainly appreciate receiving. It is also a thoughtful gift for loved ones.

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  29. glad it's not that expensive... i lost my indoor slippers that cost more than it looks... hope di ko lang sya nakita... hehehe... need one of this... gifts would highly be appreciated... haha. Yahweh bless.

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  30. I always make sure that I appreciate the gift I receive. And as for me, I always ask the person what he/she wants so it won't be unwanted! Hehehe.

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