Fancy footwork with Retivive

An aide to diabetic footcare, Actegy’s Revitive circulation booster has made its market debut in the UK. Designed to help people with circulation disorders, the device uses electrical stimulation to significantly increase the blood flow in the feet and legs. The idea is to improve leg health and help alleviate the symptoms of poor circulation by stimulating the foot and leg muscles to increase blood flow and reduce pain and swelling in the lower legs and feet. An ongoing advertising campaign features Sir Steve Redgrave, who’s a well-known diabetic. It retails at around £220 but is available with£50 off at the moment from

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