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In today’s toxic environment, dangerous chemicals and substances are everywhere. The chemicals are evident not only in the air that we breathe, but also in the water that we drink as well as the food that we consume. Facts such as these allow you to fully understand the hazardous world that we live in today, and highlight the importance of removing all the dangerous toxins within your body. This process of detoxifying the body is called detoxification, and until recently, dieting has always been the most popular form of detoxification. Exercise is also a good form of detox, as sweating helps the body get rid of unwanted substances within the body. Recently however, the continuous of dangerous toxins within the body has introduced another new detoxification product, the ionic foot bath. This is a relatively easier solution for those who do not want to go through the difficulties of dieting or working out, and is claimed to be as effective. The ionic foot bath, also known as the ionic detox foot bath functions by first immersing both feet into a suspension of tepid saline water. Next electrodes are submerged into the water without making contact with your feet. A small current is then run through the circuit, to ionically’ draw the unwanted toxins out from your body and deposit the toxins in the saline water. The saline water would then become coloured due to the supposedly drawn toxins colouring it. In return, the detox process helps as your immune system is enhanced, any lingering pain is taken away especially from joints and bones, and blood flow is improved within the body. It is also claimed that you would experience increased energy levels after the ionic foot bath treatment. The ionic foot bath has its own share of drawbacks as well. For one, it is not cheap when compared to more cost-effective solutions such as the Suresafe detox foot patches. The cost of every single ionic foot bath could be five to ten times the cost of every Suresafe detox foot patch. And the ionic foot bath is also an unproven technology. The legitimacy of this treatment is doubtful as testimonials from previous users vary greatly. Over the years plenty of new companies have jumped onto the bandwagon of ionic foot bath solutions, and have changed the whole perspective of the industry. As of now, it is almost impossible to differentiate authentic ionic foot bath solutions that work effectively from imitations that do not function as promised. There are plenty of scams as well as MLMs in this industry currently, thus it is safest to stick to tried-and-tested detox solutions such as the Suresafe detox foot patches compared to unproven new products. Having spoken to several massage therapists, most of them advise against spending hundred of dollars to detoxify your body with an unproven or controversial foot bath such as the ionic foot bath. The therapists instead recommend more cost-effective answers to body detoxification such as the highly-effective Suresafe foot pads that work better and cost much less.