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Jan 2, 2024, 7:25:35 AMJan 2
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Hi ,

Did you know that our bodies are full of toxins which can cause headaches, exhaustion, insomnia or even back pain? Luckily, these toxins can be easily eliminated. Now you can improve your health by basically doing nothing. The only thing you'll need is Nuubu detox foot patches.
 

 


According to ancient Japanese medicinal knowledge, our human body has over 360 acupuncture points. And more than 60 of the acupuncture points are found on the soles of the foot. Amazing right?

Because our feet are the reflective zones of our internal organs, we offer you a solution for a home spa just for your feet. The herb mix draws out toxins from the feet in a safe and non-invasive way. You only need to put them on before you sleep and voila!

The next morning, you will feel more relaxed and detoxed. Want to try them out? Order now with a special,email only deal - 70% discount!
 

 






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