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Zhu-Zhu Cozy Toes Microwaveable Slippers

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Sink in soft, insulating fleece hot slippers and experience the natural way to soothe tired, aching or chilled feet. Just heat in a microwave for a minute or two then relax and enjoy the warmth and comfort.

Zhu-Zhu Cozy Toes Microwaveable Slippers

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  • Instant warmth and comfort for tired, aching feet
  • Contains wheat grains and pure lavender leaf
  • Relieves pain the natural way
  • Can help to improve circulation
  • Adjustable velcro strap for smaller feet

These Cozy Toes fleece slippers a great way of soothing tired feet – just the thing for a wind-down at the end of a busy day. Specially constructed to deliver long-lasting warmth and comfort to aching feet, our microwavable slippers are ideal for toasting toes on a cold night.

Where once you might have reached for the foot bath, now you can enjoy the comfort and convenience of a pair of microwavable slippers. They’re the no-fuss, 100% natural way of helping to ease pain and can reduce the discomfort of chronic conditions such as arthritis, too. The fleece-covered slippers contain small grains of wheat that are heated in the microwave enabling them to release warmth over a long period to relax skin, muscles and joints. The slippers incorporate a Velcro strap so you can create a snug fit for your feet.

The soothing properties of the Cozy Toes slippers are enhanced by the relaxing fragrance of lavender for even better therapeutic benefits. Heat therapy can improve circulation, at the same time easing the pain of arthritis, fibromyalgia and plantar fasciitis. The heat increases blood flow to the feet reducing pain and inflammation and promoting healing.

The fleecy covers can be surface cleaned with a damp cloth and the slippers can be re-heated time and time again, making them an affordable as well as effective solution for tired, cold or aching feet.

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