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New 2014 Model Cell Spa Chi Ionic Ion Detox Foot Bath Aqua Spa Cleanse Machine

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  • Professional detoxification system with multi detox function
  • Helps with total body purification
  • Detoxification effects better

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New Chi Ionic Ion Detox Foot Bath Aqua Spa Cleanse Machine is a professional detoxification system which helps with total body purification. Ions are molecules that in most cases carry either a positive or negative charge. When the machine is turned on ions are created in the water. When the unit is set to positive, the current is directed to the positive pole, which produces more negative ions in the water inducing a positive polarity that generates a negative ion flow which raises blood pH from acidic toward alkaline in scientific studies.

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  • Item Weight: 18 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 18 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000QRKVNI
  • UPC: 896981002009
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (115 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,894 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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The written instructions that come from the manufacturer are pitiful.
Dan_inBigD
Overall, though, I have had success with using the Cell Spa Chi Ionic Ion Detox Foot Bath Aqua Spa Cleanse machine, and it seems to be working well.
Carla
2nd is doing a great job for me very satisfied with the service and the product.
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242 of 249 people found the following review helpful By Rixter on May 29, 2009
Education is the key. Ionic cell treatments should never be taken lightly. These are are not simple "Plug-n-Play" devices. Precise electrolyte solution is necessary....Cleansing is necessary.... Adding Celtic salts is a safer healthier alternative because of the broader amounts of natural electrolytes. Start off slow, and build from there. Don't jump in with "Both Feet" so to speak.If you get a huge amount of discolored material in the first 5 minutes cut it shorter than 30 minutes for the first treatment. If your wrist itches or burns under the wrist-band move it around or change wrists. My wife and I have had great results. Before starting these treatments I had severe foot pain, redness, diabetic neuropathy, faciaitis, & arthritis. My legs were covered with liver spots like some of my 75 year old patients with vascular problems, and I walked like one of them. After a few treatments, almost no foot pain, liver spots gone and my feet are pink and healthy looking. Before my first treatmwent I was having severe allergies. The cleared up immediately. Coincidence? Maybe....but I'll take what I can get.
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143 of 154 people found the following review helpful By Michael on July 4, 2010
I first learned of ion cleansing from my Doctor. Before having an ion cleanse session he took me through a process of detoxification using herbs, some accupuncture, and modifications to my diet. This behind me, I proceeded with four or five ion cleanse sessions over a period of roughly 2 years. In line with a desire to improve overall health and wellness, I decided to include periodic ion cleanses to my regime. A friend suggested the ION CELL SPA, Chi Ionic Detox Foot Bath Aqua Spa Cleanse Machine. I read mixed reviews regarding ion cleanse machines in general and went ahead and purchased it. Megawholesalers shipped my Ion Cleanse the day after I ordered it(faster than expected). The new machine arrived in perfect working order. I used it and noticed results right away with the first 30 minute session. Then I thought, if once a week is good, then three days in a row should be great. Right? WRONG! Made me wonder about people on the internet writing that Ion Cleanse machines do nothing. If it does nothing, then how could overuse cause a reaction? Well, the next day I was fine. A month later, I was with two scientists and two nutritionists. I brought up the Ion Cleanse. They raved about it. I asked why overuse caused a reaction. In short, they had explained it is healthy to use, but overuse depleats the body of necessary ions. So, I was to enjoy it, but not daily. I am glad I purchased mine and plan to use it 2x a week for a few months, then once a month, changing the electrodes after 20-25 sessions. I was pleasantly surprised with this whole experience.
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94 of 106 people found the following review helpful By jonny_ether on November 13, 2010
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I learned about the detox foot spa concept from a friend of mine - a new-agey type and believer in the concept. I had been experiencing steady weight gain (particularly in the belly), along with fatigue and depression. Noticing that these treatments ran from 30-60 dollars in spas, I decided to go ahead and buy this unit for a seemingly reasonable 150.

I have used this unit about four times a week for almost a month now. Doing this scientifically, with no other notable changes to my lifestyle, I have noticed a modest but consistent decrease in my belly size - I no longer feel uncomfortably heavy, just on the higher range of comfortable.

It is possible that some of the weight lost is simply water weight; I do notice that the water level rises slightly during usage. But I can tell the difference between water weight and fat, and there has certainly been fat lost as well.

I am inclined to believe that this machine is working for two reasons: First, I have been taught that one of the main functions of fat in the body is to provide a place to store toxins. Therefore, if the level of toxicity in the body decreases, the body is free to release some of the fat. I have seen that happen. Secondly, in the waste water left over after usage, I observe not only brown flecks (which I believe are primarily the result of electrolysis, as the skeptics insist) but something more: foaminess and strings of mucus. If it were only brown flecks, I would be skeptical myself, but I recognize the foaminess and mucus as being distinctly organic, and I am positive that they have come from my own body. I sometimes see such things in my own bowel movements.

I would like to suggest that perhaps BOTH the skeptics and the believers are right to some extent.
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31 of 33 people found the following review helpful By stacy wright on December 24, 2013
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I first experienced the use of the machine on a demo from a sales rep. After seeing the toxic waste of multiple individuals I decided to buy one, as well, did some friends of mine. I continued to use the machine for over 2 years and found out that it had helped me drastically. Not only did it reduce my pain, but, also start to heal and restore my liver, itching is a side effect of to much bile production and with having my gallbladder removed. I found I continued to have a greater increase in puritis, aka, itch (that is caused from inflammation and bile salt production from my bad liver and no gallbladder ) after using the machine it removed a lot of the bile, in which my body was holding. As well as it reduced the itching(puritis) .

I however, regret to report after a divorce I lost my machine to my ex. Again, the itching has returned and my pain has gotten worse, as well as my liver is reported as depleting, upon a biopsy the physician stated my liver looked as if it was ground hamburger.

With that said, I am ordering the same machine again and I can not wait for the device to arrive and relieve me of some of these uncomfortable side effects I am once again experiencing. If you think this machine does not work you are sadly mistaken I am a true witness, I never write or rate a marketed product unless I have used and see great results. And I am in no way getting any kind of reward or revenue for promoting this machine. I just know that using it has helped me. Take warning do not use it daily cause it does remove sodium from you body, which potassium follows sodium, so in a unprofessional manor be sure to have labs drawn and speak with your doctor. I personal found that 2x a week made me feel better and I was less bloated and tired.
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