M&M Consumer Products, Inc., Unveils New Web Sites For Comfortable Life Products

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High quality Comfortable Life Products, all designed and manufactured in the United States, provide creative solutions to common health and beauty needs.

"If you sleep on your back, or if you watch TV or read in bed, you will be amazed at how much more comfortable you’ll be with the FOOTEEZ™ sleep aid in place," said inventor Melanie Stewart of M&M Consumer Products, Inc.

M&M Consumer Products, Inc., announces three new web sites featuring unique, innovative products designed to add comfort and convenience to everyday life.

The FOOTEEZ™ Sleep Aid System solves multiple sleep issues by simply raising bed covers off the feet, allowing feet and toes to move freely while staying warm under the covers.

Plantar fasciitis is one of the most common orthopedic complaints relating to the foot, causing irritation and swelling of the tissue on the bottom of the foot. A common symptom is pain or tenderness in the bottom of the heel. The heel pain is usually worse in the morning and may be exacerbated by the pressure of bed covers on the feet at night. Maintaining flexibility of the foot and ankle, including in the Achilles tendon and calf muscles, is recommended to alleviate plantar fasciitis pain, and may even help prevent this common condition.

The FOOTEEZ™ system is also recommended for anyone wearing a temporary foot cast or boot from a recent surgery. By preventing feet from becoming tangled in bed covers, the FOOTEEZ™ system results in better, more comfortable sleep. Sufferers of Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS), nighttime leg, foot or toe cramps, or simply overheated feet while sleeping are also now finding relief on a nightly basis using the FOOTEEZ™ system.

“Even people without foot issues are thrilled with this ingenious device,” said inventor Melanie Stewart of M&M Consumer Products, Inc. “If you sleep on your back, or if you watch TV or read in bed, you will be amazed at how much more comfortable you’ll be with the FOOTEEZ™ sleep aid in place,” she said.

Instability in the sacroiliac (SI) joints is a common cause of lower back pain. Yet SI Joint Dysfunction is often misdiagnosed as a herniated disc or other condition with similar symptoms. Many sufferers of SI joint dysfunction can be helped, and even completely cured, with a conservative treatment, avoiding invasive procedures such as injections or surgery.

The SASSI™ SI Joint Pain Alleviation System consists of Pilates-based movements designed to strengthen the core and stabilize the pelvis to alleviate SI joint pain. The SI joints, which connect the spine to the pelvis in the lower back, are weight-bearing joints that distribute weight from the spine to the lower extremities. SI joint dysfunction can have many causes, including trauma, arthritis, pregnancy, muscle imbalance, and over-pronation.

For those experiencing constant or intermittent lower back pain, especially if the pain is localized on one side, SI joint dysfunction is likely the cause. Other symptoms include discomfort when sitting, pain while climbing stairs or getting out of a car, hip pain and/or groin pain, radiating buttock pain, and pain in the back of the knee or back of the thigh.

cues™ -- clean under eye shields – is an award-winning makeup accessory for quick, flawless eye makeup application. Used by professional makeup artists to achieve the popular smokey eyes look, the product is now available for everyday home use. cues™ keep the under-eye area free of residual eye makeup, eliminating “raccoon eyes” that can result from excess eye shadow powder and smudged mascara.

cues™ also help protect the sensitive skin under the eyes during eye makeup application. cues™ are lightweight and hypo-allergenic, and are applied without glues or adhesives. Once eye makeup is on, cues™ are easily peeled off, leaving foundation in place, and leaving no residue on the skin.

To learn more, and for links to each product site, visit M&M Consumer Products at http://www.comfortablelifeproducts.com.


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