Rubz Foot Massage Ball
A Closer Look
From Our Customers
“I've been using the Rubz foot massage ball for a while now and I really love it! I bring it with me pretty much wherever I go, and I use it to target tender areas on the bottom of my foot. I highly recommend it!”
—C.J., San Antonio, TX
“The Rubz massage ball is the perfect little tool to help massage my sore and aching feet. It allows me to really get in there and apply focused pressure, but it's not at all uncomfortable. The projecting knobs are really thoughtfully designed. Thanks for offering this great product!”
—S.B., Brooklyn, NY
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A Tool to Help Relieve Foot Discomfort
This amazing little ball uses 172 stimulating knobs to help relieve foot discomfort and improve foot circulation. Simply roll the ball under your foot while seated or standing to massage away knots or trouble spots in your foot. With the Rubz Foot Massage Ball, you control the depth of the massage and the amount of pressure on your foot.
Packs Easily, Can Be Used Almost Anywhere
You can use this soothing massager almost anywhere, including in the home, at the office, or on a plane, and it easily fits in a purse or backpack, making it a great travel companion. Firm enough, yet not uncomfortably stiff, the Rubz Foot Massage Ball is sized such that it can work both the large and small areas of your feet and toes, and its unique studded design ensures that the ball doesn’t roll away from you during a massage session.
Works Great for a Variety of Foot Considerations
Those with plantar fascia pain (i.e., plantar fasciosis) may find this foot health tool particularly helpful, as may people who stand at work for long periods. This massage ball is also great for post-exercise foot soreness.
The Rubz Foot Massage Ball comes in one size and is slightly larger than a golf ball.
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