Nature’s Sleep Slippers Pamper Your Feet Affordably

Every mom, whether she has a new baby or kids in their teens, needs a little pampering. Unfortunately, it is often hard to find the time to indulge yourself, even if it’s just for a few minutes.

And a trip to the spa for a bit of relaxation, even if you do have the time, can be pretty pricey, too.

Would you be surprised to learn that a pair of really cozy slippers can make you feel pampered with no extra time needed? Well, the slippers I received from Nature’s Sleep can do just that.

Memory foam slippers give your feet that extra, luxurious cushion that makes you relax. When I received my pair of open toe terry slippers with memory foam from Nature’s Sleep, I was surprised at how good they made my feet feel.

In fact, my feet felt so good, I found myself often leaving the house with them still on! Yes, I did realize my mistake and change into my shoes before going to the store. Okay, sometimes my kids noticed before I did, but at least I changed.

But as soon as I got home, off went the shoes and on went the slippers. I think my next pair will be the closed toe slippers, but I really love the ones I have. I wear them constantly.

These slippers really are a great way to pamper your feet at the end of a long day (or all day long, as in my case), but they are also reasonably priced at only $25. The closed toe version is only $30.

However, if you use the coupon code BEARS50, you can get them for 50% off! How’s that for a bargain?

If you’d like to try a memory foam mattress from Nature’s Sleep, visit their Facebook page and enter the sweepstakes to win one. Just think – you could pamper your body as much as your feet. Because if the mattresses feel even half as good as the slippers, they have to be amazing. And when you sleep better, you feel better.

Hmm… maybe I need to start thinking about a new mattress…

Have you tried Nature’s Sleep products? How did you like them?

Disclaimer: Nature’s Sleep provided me with a pair of memory foam slippers to try for this review, however, all opinions are my own.

Image credit: Nature’s Sleep

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