Despite all of the scientific research and the associated case studies that have been done regarding Ionic Foot Detox Baths, there are still too many misguided people out there who believe that Ionic Foot Detoxification doesn’t work. Unfortunately, this is true of any science-related breakthrough and it’s something we must continue to address until the public at large is properly educated about the benefits of negative ions to overall health and how Ionic Foot Detox Baths bring these benefits to your home or day spa.
The Water Color, the Array, and the Research
There is a lot of research out there that helps prove that Ionic Detox Foot Baths do work. We’ve posted quite a bit of it here. There’s also this entry, which explains what each of the colors of the water mean. Keep in mind that the water will change color regardless of if your feet are in the water or not.
Measuring Health Benefits Yourself
There are different ways of measuring health improvements with Ionic Foot Detox such as heavy metal or pH testing; the best way for an individual to document improvement from detox foot spas is by measuring the level of free radical activity in the body before and after a series of treatments. This is done with free radical test kits.