What can I use as a toe separator?

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asked Feb 4, 2022 in Other-Style & Beauty by 30QuoVadis (1,370 points)
What can I use as a toe separator?

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answered Feb 11, 2022 by layla (53,300 points)
You can use paper towels or pieces of foam to use as a toe separator.

Rip off two paper towels.

Twist the first one into a long tube and weave it back and forth between your toes to separate them a little bit more.

Then do the same thing with the second paper towel for your other foot.

The benefits of toe separators are they work to release pressure and realign the toes where needed.

The benefits extend past the toes and to the rest of the foot as well.

Toe separators also known as toe spacers are made from silicon or gel material.

The Toe Separators conform to your toes to separate them so they do not overlap.

Toe Separators also work to release pressure and realign the toes where needed.

Good toe spacers like Correct Toes can actually change the way your feet are physically structured.

But that doesn't necessarily mean you'll get picture-perfect baby toes after using them.

Research suggests that bunion correctors aren't effective at realigning your big toe or at getting rid of bunions.

But they may help provide some temporary pain relief, while you wear them.

You should wear the toe separators for only about 10 minutes at a time at first, then you can gradually lengthen the amount of wearing time.

Most customers find that an hour of wearing time per day will impact their tendon and muscle flexibility.

Other people choose to only wear toe separators overnight.

Wearing any toe separator may be painful in people with arthritis or other foot problems, such as severe hammertoe, physicians say.

Correct Toes are specifically designed spacers that go between each toe to keep them from overlapping or pressing against one another.

They're kind of like those foam toe spacers you get when you have a pedicure, but are designed to heal and be worn throughout the day.

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