FootActive UK

Step into 2020 wearing brand new orthotic footwear!

2020 is a very exciting year for FootActive! We are delighted to launch our new brand “ZULLAZ”.  Under the name Zullaz we are introducing a new range of footwear, all of which will feature FootActive arch support technology.   DUE IN LATE JANUARY/MID FEBRUARY – ZULLAZ ORTHOTIC SLIPPERS First up are Zullaz slippers, some of which will be arriving any...

MSAADA

What is Mssada? FootActive has for many years supported Msaada, a small charity dedicated to supporting the widows, and their dependants, of the 2004 Rwanda genocide during which almost one million people were slaughtered in 100 days.  The Msaada mantra is “helping people to help themselves” and so it does not give money but instead it gives selected widows the...

FootActive survey November 2020 prize draw terms and conditions

FootActive survey November 2020 prize draw terms and conditions 1. No purchase is necessary to enter the prize draw.   2. This competition is open to UK residents aged 18 years or over, with the exception of employees of the Promoter, their families, agents and anyone else connected with this promotion.  3. To enter simply complete the survey (https://us7.list-manage.com/survey?u=5b7e464f1eca0655066e90859&id=83f9271348) , and...

Going skiing over Christmas?

Feeling ready to hit the slopes? The snow has already started falling in Europe, especially across the Alps, and a number of resorts are already open for the skiing season.  If you’re going skiing soon, read on for some helpful tips about how to best prepare, and how to ensure your ski boots are as comfortable as possible.   Before...

Baby it’s cold outside!

Baby it’s cold outside! So here comes the cold snap and on go our hats and gloves, and up goes the central heating. Extremes of temperature and moisture during the day along with long hot baths and showers to warm us up can all irritate and dry out our skin.  Our natural protective barriers are attacked, stripping the skin of natural...

The future of First Aid

Honey can heal? Winnie-The-Pooh's over-obsession with honey has put the beloved bear in a number of sticky situations. Fearlessly climbing a tree to reach a pot of gold is nothing out of the ordinary. When scaling these trees and undoubtedly gathering a few cuts, would Winnie sacrifice a blob of honey for an innovative way of healing?   Pooh obviously...

Blood Pressure and Your Foot Health

Your level of blood pressure will determine whether all the areas of your body is receiving the quantity of blood required for energy and movement. This is because red blood cells carry oxygen through the veins and arteries. Blood pressure is caused by the contraction of your heart muscle that pumps the blood. Thus, high blood pressure means that the...

How To Get Rid Of Foot Odour

Smelly and stinky feet often attract all the wrong attention. Many people try to ignore the smell because it’s simply not nice, but it is important that it is addressed properly. Your stinky feet can be a key indication that your foot health or general hygiene is not quite up to scratch. You could be doing everything you need to...

How To Treat Athlete’s Foot At Home

Athlete’s Foot can be a continuous battle. It most frequently occurs in men, those who wear tight fitting shoes and socks or spend time barefoot in public spaces. If Athlete’s Foot is not attended to properly it can cause problems for other areas, including hands, nails and the groin. Fortunately, the infection can be completely combated at home, and most...

Flat Feet In Children – Should You Treat It?

It’s a little-known fact that babies are often born with naturally flat feet, which can often remain that way far into their toddler years and in some cases, into their childhood. When we’re born, our bones are still in the midst of growing and solidifying and in the early years, they remain flexible to an extent, particularly in our feet...

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