Foot Angel Reviews: Does it Work?


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Foot Angel is an As Seen on TV product which offers relief to heels and feet. Does it work? Be sure to read our Foot Angel reviews here.

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Foot Angel

This product is advertised as a compression foot sleeve which is said to offer relief and support to ankles, heels, and feet. It supposedly works by applying pressure to seven different zones on the foot.

The product can be found at, a website which was first registered in May 2014 to Ontel Products. This company has marketed several other high-profile As Seen on TV products in recent years, such as Pillow Pets, Slap Chop, Iron Gym, and Miracle Socks.

Cost and Availability

Foot Angel costs $12.99 plus $6.99 shipping for a total of $19.98. You can add a second Foot Angel for another $6.99 shipping. This would bring your total to $26.97, and keep in mind that the shipping is not refundable.

As of late 2015 Foot Angel is widely available in stores such as Walgreens or Kmart for about $13.

Foot Angel comes one per package, which means you must purchase two if you plan to use it on both feet.

Claims and Features

  • Relief for arch and heel pain, plantar fasciitis, ankle swelling
  • Toe-less design
  • Applies pressure to seven zones
  • Targeted compression to ball, arch, plantar fascia, ankle, and heel
  • Stimulates circulation
  • Discreet. Can be worn under regular socks, and with any types of shoe or boots
  • Available in white or black and in two sizes: Small/Medium or Large/Extra Large.
  • One design appropriate for both men and women
  • 30-day money back guarantee, less shipping.

Foot Angel Advertising

The television commercial below for Foot Angel originally ran in October 2014, and again in December 2014. It features an endorsement by Dr. Larry Schuster. It also features several testimonials, although it isn’t clear who these people are, or if they were paid for their remarks.

Transcript of the commercial above:

Oh no, do you suffer from aching feet and heel pain, plantar fasciitis, arch pain, ankle swelling? Relentless foot pain can ruin your life. Introducing Foot Angel, the revolutionary compression foot sleeve that helps relieve foot and ankle pain in several different zones.

Watch, just slip on Foot Angel for relief from tired achy feet and swollen ankles. Look, everyday activity can cause painful achy feet and swelling, but Foot Angel’s heavenly 7-zone design provides targeted compression to the ball, arch, plantar fascia, heel, and ankle for soothing relief.

Just like a therapeutic foot massage, Foot Angel’s targeted compression helps support your feet, stimulate circulation, and reduce swelling. Lightweight and comfortable, wear them discreetly under socks or hosiery, and with any shoe, sneakers, or boots.

Stepping out of bed in the morning can be excruciating, but sleep with Foot Angel and step out of bed with ease.

“I recommend Foot Angel because it does support relief for my patients suffering with foot and ankle pain.”

“The pain was so bad that I had to elevate it and put ice on it every night. With Foot Angel, I’m now able to walk comfortably and now I’m able to run again.”

“I’ve got chronic plantar fasciitis and it really messes with my golf game. Very painful. Foot Angel is like compression on your foot. It keeps everything in place and the pain just seems to disappear.”

Wear Foot Angel for any long distance travel to help circulation and reduce swelling. Foot Angel will gently sooth your foot pain so you can get back to the things you love. And they’re machine washable.

Call now and get Foot Angel for just $12.99, but wait. Call right now and we’ll double the offer, free. Just pay processing and handling. That’s two Foot Angels, a heavenly value, for just $12.99. Order now.


Foot Angel first hit the airwaves in late 2014 when it was test marketed prior to a full advertising campaign which was launched in 2015.Initial reviews for the product were highly negative, mostly because of slow shipping which is often associated with new and test-marketed products.

Once Foot Angel became widely available, focus of consumer reviews shifted to the merits of the product itself.

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It isn’t clear what advantage Foot Angel has over other compression socks, but there has been a rather vocal minority of users who have been unhappy with the product’s sizing. The primary complaint is that the size recommended by Foot Angel’s sizing chart tends to run small.

There does not appear to be a consensus if Foot Angel lives up to the advertising hype. Compression socks are known to provide a moderate amount of relief, and it is likely that some consumers will find some relief by wearing Foot Angel.

If you want to try Foot Angel, we recommend purchasing it locally to avoid shipping costs and delays, and to ascertain whether or not the sizing seems appropriate for you. It is easily found in stores such as Walmart or Walgreens.

Similar Products

Ontel Products has already advertised a pair of products which are similar to Foot Angel: Miracle Socks and Miracle Copper Socks. These products are also said to alleviate tired and achy feet, and can be found in stores.

You can find a number of compression foot sleeves for sale, typically ranging in cost from about $9 – $20. The current Amazon best seller in the category is the Sleeve Sports Plantar Fasciitis Foot Sleeve, which runs about $14 and holds a 4.5 star rating.

You can also find a variety of compression socks at retailers and shoe stores.

Epic Conclusion

Foot Angel is a compression sock which can be worn underneath regular socks. Reviews for this product are mixed, but sizing appears to be its biggest complaint. Those who find a proper fit should gain a moderate amount of relief.

If you’ve tried Foot Angel, please leave us a comment below.

This review has been updated since its original publication in December 2014.