New Product! Collapsible Foot Spa

NAIPO is excited to announce our latest product, a follow-up to our hugely popular Foot Spa Bath Massager from earlier this year. In January, we launched an innovative new foot spa that allowed consumers from all around the world to experience the luxury of a spa day from the comfort of their own homes. Now that lifestyle has gotten even easier and more convenient with the new collapsible design. 

Like the original Foot Spa Bath Massager, the collapsible version offers a relaxing bubble and vibration massage to those who use it. Gone are the days when those with ailing feet were forced to fill a bowl with hot water and submerge one’s feet in them, hoping not to get burned in the process. Instead of filling the foot bath with scorching hot water, a smart temperature regulator maintains the perfect heat for feet, ensuring it will keep warm long after the water would otherwise revert to room temperature. Eliminating a further concern, the new collapsible foot bath is operated by remote control, so you do not have to worry about water damage to the system’s electrical functions. 

Although this new device collapses and therefore takes up less space than other foot baths, when in use it is actually larger than other models currently on the market. It can contain up to 5 liters of water; with an internal area of 30 cm x 25 cm (approximately 12 in x 10 in), it can comfortably fit feet up to European size 44 (US size 11). 

With its soothing vibration massage, this machine promotes holistic care that will not only alleviate foot pain but also relieve stress and ease discomfort throughout the entire body. It will also provide peace of mind when not in use, since it can easily be stored without taking up too much of precious space in the home. Equipped with a handle, it offers maximum portability. 

For the better part of a decade, NAIPO has operated on the guiding principle that self-care is not just a solitary endeavor. In fact, properly understood, the ideal of “Self-Care” is actually “Family-Care,” since products designed to promote health and well-being should be shared among the different generations in the family. “Finding Well-being” involves improving the lives of all of the people in our family—grandparents, parents and children alike.