I thought I got a bargain when I purchased the Miller & Moore Luxury Footspa Set at 50% off at $20 in Coles…but then the next day, it got reduced even further to $15. Pah!! I am sure a lot of women will be getting this for their Christmas so being the dutiful beauty blogger, I have tested it out and here’s my review.
What’s In The Miller & Moore Luxury Footspa Set Box?
- The footspa massager basin with a non-removeable electric cord (which is annoying when it comes to pouring out the water)
- Miller & Moore Peppermint & Almond products – Foot Soak Crystals, Foot Cream and Foot Wash
- User manual (not pictured)
What Does The Footspa Massager Do?
- There is no heating element so it doesn’t keep the water warm – bummer!
- It vibrates…gently. And there is only one control setting.
- Massage nodules on the floor of the basin and in the middle (green circular part)
- It is not a massager!!! I’ve had plenty of foot massages before and it’s just not a massage…but once I got over it, I enjoyed my experience more.
- Yes, there are massage nodules which you are supposed to run the base of your feet over and it is supposed to mimic reflexology…but it doesn’t provide the pain and the relief afterwards. It just feels slightly ticklish…
- The vibration is mild and it helps relax my feet.
- The Splash Cover is pointless as a splash cover – but it’s good for resting my feet on top of it after soaking and waiting for it to air dry.
- As for the products provided, the Foot Soak Crystals don’t do much. The Foot Wash softens my the hard skin on my feet – LIKE. And the Foot Cream is cooling and soothing and absorbs well.
The Miller & Moore Luxury Footspa Set is my first foot spa set type thing so I have nothing else to compare it to. But let’s get this straight – it isn’t exactly luxury…it’s a good and sizeable foot soaker with mild vibrations for a product under $20. However, if I had to fork out the original price of $40, I would not be that impressed.
Did you get this for Christmas? Have you used footspas before?