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Benefits of toe separators and toe stretchers

Gia’s beauty and wellness’ toe separators and toe stretchers : For foot pain relief

Wondering what are the benefits of toe separators, toe stretchers, toe spreaders and toe spacers? Yes! That’s four different names but they are for the same purpose, and let’s add toe dividers on the list:)

About the product

Our foot care gel set is made of durable soft and safe medical-grade materials to the highest quality. It’s very comfortable to wear these because it is manufactured carefully to follow the anatomical contours of the feet plus it is of soft gel type. It is easy to clean and dry. BPA free.

Gia’s beauty and wellness toe separators and toe stretchers is for both men and women. It is multipurpose that you can also use as toe dividers while putting on your favorite toe nail polish.

The wonders of these foot care products

Toe stretchers and toe separators literally stretches your toes to loosen tight muscles thus giving those muscle toes, joints and tendons a little work out. Exercising and stretching muscle toes are often neglected thus this toe stretcher comes into the rescue. If you are suffering from the following conditions then you will benefit from these comfortable elastic gel foot care.

Toe separators and toe stretchers are a non-invasive way to help reduce and or correct toe medical conditions. It also helps to alleviate pain and discomfort on your feet. But before anything else always ask your medical doctor for advice prior to using such.

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A bunion is a bony bump that forms on the joint at the base of your big toe. It forms when your big toe pushes against your next toe, forcing the joint of your big toe to get bigger and stick out. The skin over the bunion might be red and sore.

Wearing tight, narrow shoes might cause bunions or make them worse. Bunions also can develop as a result of an inherited structural defect, stress on your foot or a medical condition, such as arthritis.

Smaller bunions (bunionettes) can develop on the joint of your little toe. (Definition from www.mayoclinic.org)

Hallux valgus is often referred to as bunion.

Overlapping toes can be a result of wearing tight foot wears and squeezing the toes causing it to overlap.

You can use toe separators and toe stretchers even without the medical conditions mentioned above. Simply use it to relax those muscles and joints on your toes after a tiring day.

Give your toes the care and pamper they need with these inexpensive comfortable gel foot tool.

When to use, it?

You can wear it anytime you want to. Like use it while having yoga or meditation, while watching, sitting on your couch reading your books, and or after a long day wearing tight shoes or high heels. Basically it’s up to the user when to use it. It depends on your own time and comfort.

How long can I use, it?

For first time users, give it a try for 10-15 minutes. Then you can gradually use it longer. In this way you are giving your toes time to adjust and get used to it.

Where to buy? BUY NOW

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Quality and your comfort is our priority; no hard uncomfortable painful plastic materials

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18 Comments

  1. I’ve never heard of toe stretchers…or bunionettes! That made me laugh. Mini bunions. Which are actually not funny at all. :(These stretchers actually look quite comfy, especially since I stand on my feet all day with my toes crammed into non slip shoes. I actually think these would be a great idea for me and the ladies in my family as well, since having bunions runs in my family. Thanks for the review and link!

    1. admin says:

      Hi Jennifer. Now you have read something new:). I am personally using this product so I am recommending that you give it a tr especially that bunions run in your family.

      Regards,
      Gillian
      gillian@giasbeautyandwellness.com

  2. Jayne Claire says:

    It is good to know the health benefits of the product aside from the obvious relaxation effect of it. Will definitely give it a try. A good Christmas present as well to friends and family. Thanks for the input.

    1. admin says:

      Hi Jayne Claire, Yes, you said it right! It’s a good Christmas present so don’t forget to click the button!:)

      Regards,
      Gillian
      gillian@giasbeautyandwellness.com

  3. Suzie says:

    Hi Gillian,
    This article is an eyeopener, or should I say toe-opener! Thanks for the information it’s always good to learn about what is new on the market within the beauty industry.

    1. admin says:

      Welcome Suzie:)

  4. Courtney Vanover says:

    Oh my gosh I’ve never even heard of these! They remind me of what you put your toes in while you paint them. But I’ve never heard about “stretching” them… it does make sense that it would be like a mini workout though. Love the idea! Thanks for sharing!

    1. admin says:

      Welcome Courtney:)

  5. I’ve never heard of these objects before, and by reading this article, it helped me see how creative some entrepreneurs can be. Thanks for the review, I may give it a try 😉

    1. admin says:

      Hi, Am happy that I’m introducing soemthing new to you through my product:). Click the link and buy one for you, you will surely love it.

      Regards,
      Gillian
      gillian@giasbeautyandwellness.com

  6. These look good.. I have to confess that I have never thought about using them for anything other than when doing a pedicure. It sounds like a good idea to give your toes a little stretch.. I will certainly recommend to my mum, and maybe get some too! Many thanks 😉

    1. admin says:

      Hi Joanne, Thank you.

      Regards,
      Gillian
      gillian@giasbeautyandwellness.com

  7. Andrea says:

    I like that these are made of gel…. from the pictures, they look pretty flexible! I had bunion surgery about 14 years ago, and I wish I had tried to deal with them in a little more natural way – like working with the muscles. As a yoga teacher now, I see many people with trouble spreading out their toes, and these separators would be a great way for people to passively stretch and gain more toe flexibility!

    1. admin says:

      Hi Andrea, Sad to hear that you have to go through surgery but it’s good you’re over with your bunion. My yoga teacher recommends this one actually because it helps a lot in dealing with toe problems.

      Regards,
      Gillian
      gillian@giasbeautyandwellness.com

  8. Lee Ann says:

    Thank you for this great information. I am really glad I came upon this information. I have never really thought about toe stretches, It isn’t really a part of our body that we think about often.
    I do like the information about bunions, which is what brought me here. I don’t have bunions (yet) but my son does.
    I know women would be more about taking care of their feet, but what about men? Are these only made for ladies or do they actually have them for men too?
    Thank you for the information you have provided. You have given me more than what I came here for.
    Thank you
    Lee Ann

    1. admin says:

      Hi Lee Ann, These products are for both men and women. And the size fits both. Try to click on the link or the buy now button that will lead you to the product and you will see more photos of the product. It is unisex.

      Regards,
      Gillian
      gillian@giasbeautyandwellness.com

  9. Thanks for the great information. I’ve never thought of exercising my toes, lol. But it sounds like it would feel good. And they double as toe separators for applying nail polish. It’s a win-win!
    I have small bunions so I’m very fortunate. If I had my way, I’d live in flip-flops all my life. But living in Canada forces me in boots for our long winter. I think these toe separators are just what I need.
    Cheers,
    Suzanne

    1. admin says:

      Hello Suzanne, Do try Gia’s toe separator and stretcher set for your bunion, it will help relieve the pain after a long day of totally wrapped feet due to the weather.

      Regards,
      Gillian
      gillian@giasbeautyandwellness

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