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Nov 29th, 2012 by Jenna Goldberg | Be The First To Comment Christmas

Give your friends and family stocking stuffers that will not only boost their spirits but raise their health. ‘Tis the season for health and happiness at Visit the HealthyFeetStore Stocking Stuffer Page where you can find products for every stocking on your fireplace mantel – the athlete, fashionista, hunter and spa-lover, the eco-conscious, retiree and Yogi.

HealthyFeetStore carries quality, hard-to-find products for diabetics, including soft sheepskin slippers, diabetic socks and circulation-enhancing creams. Give the gift of foot health this holiday season with quality stocking stuffers for health, style, and comfort.

Perfect for The Retiree and crafted in the USA, men’s and women’s Sockwell Easy Does It socks are a relaxed fit to match their mindset. Designed with healthy features, these therapeutic socks provide a non-binding fit, cushioned sole, and breathable material- ideal for those with sensitive skin.  They're offered in various colors and styles for just about any occasion.

Pedi Couture Yoga Sport SandalsYour Yogi friend will love to stretch out wearing Pedi Couture Yoga Sport Sandals. Made with real Yoga mat material, these ultra comfortable sandals are also podiatrist-recommended to relieve pain from foot ailments.  Wearing Yoga sport sandals can help improve alignment, so the Yogi can achieve balance and improve posture.

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-inserts-maximum.html ” target=”_blank”>Runner’s Arch Supports from Archmolds make great stocking stuffers for The Athlete on your list. Stuffitts keep athletic shoes fresh and dry between workouts with a natural cedar scent. Athletes can upgrade their running and walking shoes with Archmolds Maximum Cushioning Rubber’s Arch Supports. These insoles are heat moldable to conform to the foot for a customized fit, offering excellent support. The cushioned insole will mold up to five different times, so they can be worn in various shoes.

stocking stuffers for spa lovers

Don’t forget about the Spa Lover, who enjoys being pampered and relaxed. The Gilden Tree Fish Terra Cotta Foot Scrubber and PediFix Tea Tree Foot Bath Crystals make awesome stocking stuffers their feet will love. The 100% natural Terra Cotta Foot Scrubbers cleanse and exfoliate feet for a soft and supple feel. Treat the Spa Lover to a tea tree foot bath that soothes aching feet for a therapeutic relaxation. One box contains six packets which can also be used for a full body soak to relieve joint stiffness and muscle aches.

Old Friend Camouflage Sheepsking SlipperThe Hunter on your list will love the camouflage style and comfort of sheepskin in Old Friend Camouflage Moc Men’s Sheepskin Slippers. Made with a breathable upper and sheepskin lining, these slippers are great for year-round wear, whether it’s hunting season or not.

stocking stuffers for fashionistasFinally, The Fashionista can keep feet healthy and in style with Dr.’s Remedy Enriched, Antifungal, Non-Toxic Nail Polish and Pedag Girl Halter Shoe Inserts. Dr.’s Remedy Nail Polishes offer a natural way to keep nails pretty in over 30 colors to choose from. Safe for children and pregnant women, this polish is free of harmful chemicals formaldehyde, toluene, and DBP. The Fashionista will also love upgrading her favorite high heels, sandals and slippers with Pedag Girl Halter Shoe Inserts, which keep the foot in place while adding extra cushion. This self adhesive leather pad prevents feet from sliding forward in the shoe for improved grip.


About Author 

Jenna Goldberg attended University of Hawai’i at Manoa and graduated from California State University Long Beach with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and English concentration. When she is not working in the office as's Web Content Writer and Digital Marketing Specialist you can find Jenna surfing or snowboarding. She also contributes to, The Inertia and SALTED Magazine and other surf and snowboard publications. You can find her on Google +.

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