Can anyone recommend something for tired feet?

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  1. minniemouseuk

    minniemouseuk Minnie Mouse wannabee

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    Hello,

    I sometimes suffer with my feet on holiday, especially towards the end!

    Can anyone recommend something that I could take with me on a plane?

    Last time, I tried to purchase something in the All Star Movies shop, but they didn't have anything, which surprised me as I'm sure they'd sell well! ;)

    Thanks!
     
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  3. Netty

    Netty <font color=deeppink>A six foot palm from Wal-Mart

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    jns <font color=cc3366>Tries hard to get the jelly off

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    selmuir WooHoo

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    Well when were on holiday we go with my nana so we need to take one day rest and then the other day a park/waterpark so here feet can relax for one day
     
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    I Love Clinique water therapy foot soothing cream. A bit too big to take in your hand luggage but a good excuse to treat yourself in the duty free!!!;)
     
  7. minniemouseuk

    minniemouseuk Minnie Mouse wannabee

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    Thanks for all your comments. I'll definately try those :cool1:
     
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    Netty <font color=deeppink>A six foot palm from Wal-Mart

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    also in superdrug
     
  9. tennisfan

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    I'm not sure what the showers are like out in WDW, but in a lot of the DLRP hotels have very powerful showers. What I find is turn the shower to the coldest setting and stick your feet under it for a couple of minutes. Its not that comfortable, try to tolerate it. I swear by it. My sister didn't believe me until I told her and she tried it.

    It helps reduce the swelling in muscles, which is why athletes have ice baths after training.
     
  10. minniemouseuk

    minniemouseuk Minnie Mouse wannabee

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    I'm definately going to try that. Thanks alot.
     

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