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What is the BioEnergiser D-Tox Spa System all about?
BioEnergiser is basically a plastic foot spa or footbath bowl similar to the bowls you often see being used in salons. What makes the BioEnergiser D-Tox Spa System different, however, is that it claims to rebalance the ions in your body and clear your self of toxins. This is achieved through the use of a low sodium salt solution that I will discuss further later.
How can the BioEnergiser D-Tox Spa System help you?
Other than being able to provide a relaxing experience, the BioEnergiser D-Tox Spa System filters your body of toxins and is said to help alleviate the symptoms of the following health conditions:
- Leg swelling
- Excessive sweating
- Toxins in lymphatic glands
It also has the following effects:
- Renewed energy levels
- General feeling of well-being
- Increased blood circulation
What is included in the BioEnergiser D-Tox Spa System?
- D-Tox Spa Bowl and Array
- Timer and Control Unit
- 30 Bowl Liners
- 100g Low Sodium Salt
- Measuring Spoon
- Nylon Storage Bags
- Instructional DVD and Manual
How to use the BioEnergiser D-Tox Spa System
- Place a liner in the bowl. This is the plastic you will see included in the package.
- Fill the bowl with warm water up to 2 centimeters from the top of the array when this is immersed in the water. The array is the black cylindrical object in the package.
- Add 0.3 g or ½ oz of low sodium salt with the supplied measuring spoon. Make sure that the salt is completely dissolved before treatment begins.
- Set the timer/control unit to 30 minutes.
- Place the array in the center of the bowl.
- Connect the array to the timer/control unit.
- Connect the power supply to the timer/control unit.
- Plug the power supply into a suitable power socket outlet.
- Gently place your feet in the warm water. Make sure that the water level is just below the top of the last coil on the array.
- Push the start button and enjoy.
As you go with your treatment, you will notice that the water will change its color. This is said to be due to the reaction between the salt solution and the array. The floating debris that you will also notice afterwards is said to be due to the release of deposits from your lymph glands and pores.
How much does the BioEnergiser D-Tox Spa System cost?
The whole system costs $99.96. You can pay it in one go but you also have the option to pay it in 3 installments of $33.32 each. The shipping and handling costs an additional $19.95.
Also take note that you have 30 bowl liners for 30 treatments whereas the array will only work for up to 20-30 treatments. When you run out of supplies for your spa system, a BioEnergiser Consumable Kit can be bought from the official website. This kit costs $59.99 and includes the following:
- 30 bowl liners
- 100g low sodium salt
- Measuring spoon
Is the BioEnergiser D-Tox Spa System worth it?
The BioEnergiser foot spa system sure is an expensive package. However, most users are already contented with the price considering the even more expensive treatment at actual spas. Besides, you will be getting up to 30 rounds of relaxing foot spa with the BioEnergiser system.
Now, does it really work? Many actual users of the product say that they have indeed felt an improvement in their general well being after using the system. Of course, foot spas in general often leave people relaxed and with increased energy levels so there is nothing new with this feedback from BioEnergiser users. What is interesting, though, is that users who have the health problems mentioned above do attest to having their symptoms alleviated. One user who is suffering from eczema said that she feels that the BioEnergizer really seems to help. Another user suffering from joint pain shared that the system helped with her condition.
Not all people are happy with the product, however. Yet another user believes that $99.96 is quite an expensive price to pay for simply watching water oxidize (she is referring to the change in color). She tried running the system without putting her feet in it and yet the color still changed and there was still some sludge left after 30 minutes. Also, the warmth of the water will not last for the whole 30 minutes either. You start out with a nice warm footbath and end up with a cold foamy and sludgy water. So, does this machine really work or do the positive results merely stem from a placebo effect? I, personally, lean towards the latter.
But hey, on the brighter side, the BioEnergiser D-Tox Spa System has still left many users happy after their treatment. So, if you have the money to spare and if you would like to have a relaxing footbath every once in a while, you may want to try the system out for yourself.