Footsie Bath Foot Spa [Product Review]

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Footsie Footbath Small IntroTraditional foot spas have some issues, namely the fact that they can be difficult to clean and that they are difficult to carry around and set up.

The Footsie Bath seeks to address these issues.

The Footsie Bath does all the same things that a regular foot spa does, but it lacks a lot of the hassle associated with other, more traditional foot spas.

In this review, we are going to take a look at the Footsie Bath and tell you how it addresses those issues, and whether it is worth your money.

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Footsie Bath Product Description

The Footsie Bath looks quite a bit different than other foot spas. Other foot spas tend to have relatively wide, but shallow basins. Other foot spas also tend to have basins with clearly marked space for each foot. The Footsie’s basin resembles a bucket. There is no clearly defined space for each foot and the basin itself is deeper than most other foot spa basins.

The basin comes with several knobs on the side that you can use to control things like the temperature of the water and the vibration levels.

Another big difference that you will notice right away is that the Footsie Bath makes use of liners. See, with other foot spas, you just stick your feet in the basin and turn on the machine. But with this product, you put a liner in first. This is for sanitary purposes (we will talk more about this later in the review).

How It Works

If you have used a foot spa before, then you will be familiar with how the Footsie Bath works. But, there are a few key differences. With a regular foot bath, you put the water into the basin and turn on the machine. With the Footsie, you need to first put a liner into the tray, then put the tray into the basin. After the liner is secure, you can start filling up the basin with water. After the basin is full, the Footsie starts to work like any other foot spa. You can use the knobs on the bottom to change things like temperature and vibration level to your liking.


  • 2 separate knobs that let you quickly change the temperature and the vibration levels on the fly.
  • Advanced heating element allows the Footsie Bath to easily heat water to temperatures exceeding 110 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • The Footsie comes with 10 disposable liners.
  • Comes with retractable cord for easier storage.

Benefits of Using the Footsie Bath

Let’s start off by talking about the disposable liners since that is what makes the Footsie Bath so unique. Now, having to take liners in and out every time you want to use the foot bath may seem like a hassle, but it ends up not being a big deal. Plus, there are some neat advantages to using liners. For starters, it is a lot more sanitary. If you have multiple people in your house who want to use the foot bath, then you have to clean it in between uses. But, because of the liners, you simply have to pop out the current liner and pop in a new one. Also, if you want to put bath salts or oils into the foot bath, then you don’t have to worry about cleaning that out when you are done soaking your feet. The Footsie manufacturers were nice enough to include a pack of 10 liners with the actual product, so you can get a nice number of uses out of the product before having to buy replacement liners.

The actual bath itself works quite nicely. It heats up really fast and it stays heated for the entire soak session. A lot of foot spas have this issue where they cannot maintain a consistent heat level throughout the entire session, but that is not the case with the Footsie. The Footsie can easily reach its maximum temperature and stay at that level until you are done soaking your feet.

Downsides of Using this Foot Spa

Overall, the Footsie is a great machine and we would wholeheartedly recommend it, but there is one issue that we feel needs to be discussed. Eventually you will have to buy replacement liners. The replacement liners are not that expensive, but it is another cost that needs to be accounted for.

Customer Reviews

In terms of customer reviews, the Footsie Bath has not sold as many units as some other foot spas on Amazon. At the time of this post, the Footsie has 120 reviews, compared to other models which often have over 500. That being said, the 120 reviews are generally very positive. In general, customers praise how mobile it is and how easy it is to use. They also praise how well it performs.

Who Should Buy This Foot Bath?

As with all foot spas, anyone who suffers from foot pain (either due to their work or due to some medical condition) can benefit from regularly soaking their feet in the Footsie. Because the Footsie is extremely mobile and you do not need to clean it in between uses, it is perfect for anyone who runs a spa or a foot care business. All you need to do after you are finished with a customer is take out the liner and put in a new one and it is ready to go. With other foot spas, you would have to completely scrub out the basin to make sure it is clean for the next customer.


Overall, we feel that the Footsie Bath is a great machine and would make the perfect additional to any professional salon based on it’s sanitary features and consistent functionality. It also works well as a shared foot spa for home use. Check it out using the link below.

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