How It Works

How a Detox Foot Bath Works?

This ionic Detox Foot Bath system stimulates the body’s cells energy & creates an osmosis process moving cellular waste from the body. Each foot bath will help the body with cellular cleansing and toxin release from the lymph, liver, skin, joints and other body systems and organs. 

The process produces two reactions: 


The Optimum Detox Foot Bath generates negative oxygen ions absorbed by the body’s cells, boosting the cell’s energy and increasing cellular waste removal. This helps the body restore its normal balance and promotes healing and repair. A healthy human cell has a charge approximately 70 – 90 millivolts or .7 – .9 volts, just less than a volt. A cell operates optimally within this range of voltage. Cells that are injured or stressed will measure as low as .1  -.2 volts, resulting in both poor waste discharge and poor nutritional absorption. Build up of positive (unhealthy) ions from poor diets, stress and toxic environment will lower a cell’s voltage.

This Detox Footbath generates ions that are 35 times more powerful than other detox foot bath systems. The body absorbs the negative oxygen ions generated from    the footbath, negating the positive ions (free radicals). The cells are stimulated & energized by the highly charged ions releasing cellular waste & strengthening the cells. The body then begins to function at its normal energy levels.


The Optimum Focus Detox Foot Bath uses a similar process that is medically approved called Peritoneal Dialysis which uses osmosis to move cellular waste from the body.

The foot bath creates an ionic osmosis process where water is broken down into highly charged negative (healthy) ions. These ions flow through your body penetrating the cells and oxygenating and energizing them to perform their proper functions and release waste. The negative (healthy) ions also neutralize free radicals (positive/unhealthy ions). The waste is transported via the vascular system where some of the waste is moved out through the feet since the footbath water is much denser than the body’s water. Protein & other types of molecules that are too large to pass through the feet membrane pores will not be removed. The body will only release what is small enough and ready to be released. Any residual waste will be removed through the body’s natural elimination system. Most elimination occurs up to 3-4 days after the treatment. Using the infrared sauna is a great way to continue removing these residual toxins in between foot baths. It’s also important to drink lots of water before, during and after a treatment to continue to flush out toxins from the body. 

Each foot bath treatment can affect the body in different ways as it moves towards a healthy balance. Each person is unique and will react differently to others. Once the body’s energy field is stimulated, the cells release their toxins into the lymphatic system and any cellular waste that is not pulled out during the 35 minute process, will continue to move out thru the lymphatic system. Examples of potential reactions are stronger urine smell or color, and/or increased bowel movement which can last from 3 to 5 days after having one treatment.


Himalayan Salt is added to the footbath water to act as the electrolyte for the process to create the denser saline solution needed for the osmosis process. The Himalayan Crystal Salt has a balanced crystalline structure, which is easier for the  body to metabolize and the 84 trace minerals provide the electrolytes needed for the current to move through the water.

When the Himalayan Salt is added to the footbath water, the Na (sodium) & the Cl (chloride) immediately break up to form negative ions and positive ions. The Optimizer is designed to maximize the  production of negative ions which will be bound with a positive or a less negatively charged element. The Optimizer array creates a hydrogen and oxygen stream in the water. This process and the added salt makes the footbath water denser, accelerating  the osmosis process.

The Array (Electrode) has cathode and anode plates. The cathode plates are where the electrons from the power source (current) move into the solution. The negatively charged cathode attracts the negative ions in the footbath electrolyte solution. The positively charged anode is the surface where the reactant that is being oxidized deposits the electrons it loses. The anode attracts the positively charged ions in the footbath electrolyte solutions.