Dr. Patkar's Vinegar Detox Foot Patch 10 patches - Easy to apply and remove
Dr. Patkar's Vinegar Detox Foot Patch 10 patches - Easy to apply and remove
Dr. Patkar's Vinegar Detox Foot Patch 10 patches - Easy to apply and remove
Dr. Patkar's Vinegar Detox Foot Patch 10 patches - Easy to apply and remove

Dr. Patkar's Vinegar Detox Foot Patch 10 patches - Easy to apply and remove

  • Cleansing Detox Foot Patch
  • 100% Natural
  • Absorbs impurities
  • 10 Patches
  • Easy to apply and remove

 

One of the best ways to help your body get rid of the many toxins that it has stored up inside it is to use a method of detoxification. There are many methods of detoxification, of which the detox diet is the most common of all. However, the detox diet can be very rough on many people, and it is good to look into other ways to get rid of all of the toxins that you have stored inside your body without subjecting yourself to one of the many rigorous detox diets currently popular.

How does the Detox Foot Pad work?

The feet pads contain water, as well as a number of other elements to help remove the toxins form the body. All of the impurities in the body are drawn down through the nerve endings in the feet, nerve endings that run from all of the organs in the body. These foot pads work to restore proper circulation to the body, as well as promoting the proper functioning of the different body processes.

The good thing about using the foot pads is that all of the ingredients and materials used to make the foot pads are completely natural.

There are no synthetic or artificial ingredients in the foot pads, and all of the materials used are totally, 100% natural.

Available @ Major Online Stores and Organic Food Stores

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