Kinoki Foot Pads – Cleansing Detox Foot Pads

K1Facing up to the challenges of modern life can take its toll on our bodies, as we all know. It’s hard to keep up the pace with all the daily pressures our busy schedules throw our way and also strive to keep a healthy balance for our bodies and general well-being. How can one also have this quick-paced and demanding life-style and also eat whole foods free of harmful substances, exercise, get enough sleep – and at the right hours – and so on? We’re not saying it’s impossible, but it’s fair to say that for many it is quite a challenge. This is why a lot of people find products that help with this most useful – the market for goods advertised to keep you healthy is ever growing and innovative. Even more, some products are specifically targeted to address people’s desire to exorcise their unhealthy life-style effects out of their bodies by making them eliminate the toxins and so on. Kinoki Foot Pads is another product designed to join the health and detox craze, advertised to soak up the toxins out of your body through the soles of your feet, while you sleep.

In theory it sounds wonderful, doesn’t it? What could be more convenient than a product you just stick to your feet and that will draw out impurities and toxins from all over your body by morning? In case you have already stumbled upon the Kinoki Foot Pads and feel tempted to make a purchase, today we’ll share our review of it so you can decide if it’s worth the money.


K2The product comes in a pack of 10 self-adhesive strips meant to be placed on your soles overnight. Kinoki Foot Pads sure pack a persuasive pitch, especially since they offer quite a visible piece of evidence to attest their effectiveness: apparently, the pads turn from white to black overnight, as they get soaked up with toxins. The blacker the pads are in the morning, the more toxins you have disposed of with their help, the producers say. The toxins supposedly drawn out are anything from heavy metals to “metabolic wastes” from the body and the blood stream.

After finishing them, buying large combo packs of refills is apparently an easy to access option. You can find the product in various size packs on Amazon.

Reasons to Buy the Kinoki Foot Pads

If the product really drew out toxins, it would surely be a dream that has come true. One would just keep using them every night – especially given their quite low price range – and goodbye consequences of one’s life-style, right? At least that’s what the pads promise to do: get you rid of the toxins in your body night after night, as simply as putting them on and discarding them in the morning. Other promised effects include supporting normal blood circulation, improving sleep quality, relieving the burden of the immune system and so on. Unfortunately, the product is definitely a complete sham, as the next section will detail.

Customer Issues and Concerns

K3As experts attested, the Kinoki Foot Pads failed all lab tests as they actually turn black in contact with any kind of moisture, as toxin-free as it might be. Sorry to burst your bubble on this one in case you were inclined to be a believer or a buyer of these As Seen On TV pads. We do agree that if the stuff was for real, it would have been great.

Other drawbacks beyond the sheer uselessness of the product is the fact that some have complained about the pads being uncomfortable to sleep with, some reported annoying cases of the pads coming off during the night on their own, and everyone says that they smell just awful.

The Verdict

To say that this product isn’t all that it’s cracked up to be would be a serious understatement. The product is a scam and does not work at all. However, the only positive aspect we were able to find is that for some users the placebo effect was strong enough to make them report good results – like feeling better or less tired, recovering from minor injury faster etcetera. We can’t recommend you to buy the pads just for that, of course, but, if you’re usually a fan of healthcare and detox products and you don’t mind that they’re almost surely ineffective, you could give it a go. At least the Kinoki Foot Pads can’t hurt, and some users reported the placebo to be reason enough to continue their use.