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New Home Spa Treatment, Therapy for Tired Feet
What do fashionistas, athletes, tourists and commuters all have in common? Tired tootsies! The damage from high heeled shoes, shopping, traveling or working can be taxing on your feet.
Once again, TELEBrands is rescuing sore feet – this time helping ease stress and discomfort by focusing on toes. From the maker of PedEgg™, Pampered Toes™ is sure to become the next essential tool in every woman’s home foot therapy kit. Pampered Toes relieves sore and aching feet in just minutes. Similar to a yoga stretching exercise, Pampered Toes reduces pain and improves the condition of your feet. It’s cool, flexible gel wraps around toes and gently relaxes them into a therapeutic stretch that makes overworked feet feel refreshed and invigorated.
Pampered Toes can be used while soaking in the bathtub or relaxing on the couch after a long day on your feet. One size fits all, so both men and women can indulge in a sensational spa experience. Pampered Toes is available at www.pamperedtoes.com and exclusively at leading retailers including Walgreens, Wal-Mart, Bed, Bath & Beyond, Target, and CVS with a suggested retail price of $10.00.
TELEBrands Corp., headquartered in Fairfield, New Jersey, was founded in 1983 by entrepreneur A.J. Khubani. Since its inception, the company has brought fun and useful inventions to consumers worldwide and has launched more products through direct response television than any other company in history. TELEBrands products such as the PedEgg, PediPaws, Westinghouse® StickUp Bulb, and the GoDuster, are sold through television advertising, the Internet and in retail stores in over 100 countries around the world. For more information visit www.telebrands.com.
Public Relations Contact: Rosica Strategic Public Relations
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