Relaxed from head to toe: Find the right massager for you
Who doesn’t enjoy a massage? If nobody’s around to give you one or you don’t want the hassle of making an appointment, massagers are a great way to make sure your tensions get the attention they need. Read on to find out which massager is for you.
There are as many types of massagers are there are needs for one. This makes it difficult to keep an overview. To give you a head start, we’ve put together a list of which massagers work for which aches, pains and strains.
Eye massager: encouraged blood circulation and relaxed eyes
Working at a computer requires a lot of effort from your eye muscles and may cause eye strain. Naipo’s eye massager, which features an integrated heat function, relieves headache, encourages blood flow and relaxes your eyes.
Neck massager: soothing muscle pain with Shiatsu
Stress can lead to tense muscles. Featuring eight deep-kneading Shiatsu massage nodes and built-in heat function, the wireless MGS-321 neck massager sooths aching muscles in your neck, back and shoulders.
Eight deep-kneading shiatsu massage nodes and warmth deliver an incredibly comfortable massage for your neck, shoulders and back. With adjustable intensity and self-changing massage direction. Cordless and rechargeable.
Leg massager: portable massager for jetsetters
This model is also based on Shiatsu massage and comes with a heat function. Thanks to its compact size, it’s portable and allows you to use it anytime and anywhere. It sooths sore muscles on your stomach, back, buttocks, thighs and calves.
Allrounder: home accessory that doubles as massager
Simple and stylish: If you appreciate minimalistic design and are looking for a Shiatsu massager to relax any part of your body, this massage cushion is for you. It even looks pretty on your office chair, sofa or armchair.
Tapping massager: relieves pain and helps against fatigue
Beurer’s infrared tapping massager comes with two massage attachments and penetrates the deeper layers of muscle. With rhythmic tapping movements, it creates a feeling of deep relaxation and helps against fatigue.
For a thorough and relaxing head massage.
Fasciae massager: regenerates muscles after sport
After a hard and long workout session, Beurer’s vibration massager rejuvenates and regenerates the muscle fasciae tissue, increases circulation and boosts mobility.
MG 850 Fascia-ReleaZer
Several world-class athletes such as Justin Gatlin or the Canadian Aaron Brown use the Beurer Fascia-ReleaZer to prepare the muscle fascial tissue for ausnhame performances.
Back massager: unwind from a stressful day
With 3D rotation kneading massage rollers and optional heat function, Naipo’s massage set cushion loosens your neck, shoulder and back. It also features vibration massage.
Home spa: relaxing bath spa
Medisana’s bath spa brings your wellness oasis easily and conveniently into your home. It promotes the sense of well-being after a hard day and provides deep relaxation. The individually adjustable bubble bath function eases tense muscles. The heating function can be switched on separately and the integrated fragrance dispenser helps you recharge your batteries even more.
With this bubble bath you can bring your wellness oasis home easily and comfortably. The application promotes well-being after a strenuous day and provides deep relaxation. The individually adjustable bubble function loosens tense muscles and the switchable heating as well as the integrated fragrance carrier bring you additional relaxation.
Foot reflex massager: gentle and effective
The vibration and bubble massage foot bath has a positive effect on various aches and pains. It features soothing water heating at 5 levels and integrated magnetic field therapy that supports your blood circulation. Removable massage roller attachments for foot reflex zone massage are included.
Rated GOOD by "Haus & Garten" test. This relaxing footbath is perfect after a long day – relax your feet in this vibrating and bubble massage bath.
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