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freemexy Aug 15 '19

11 best self-massage tools that will help relieve muscle ache from home

The art of self-massage can be traced back many centuries and comes with a plethora of health benefits, from increased mental alertness and reduced stress, to better sleep and improved circulation.

Though it’s good to treat yourself to a professional massage every now and then, using a self-massage tool from the comfort of your own home will save you money.There are a range of tools on the market, manual and electric, designed to treat different parts of the body, from the head to the feet.We tested these devices on men and women aged 30 to 70 and the results showed significant improvement in muscle tension, skin appearance and overall relaxation.solar body Slimming Massager

You can trust our independent reviews. We may earn commission from some of the retailers, but we never allow this to influence selections, which are formed from real-world testing and expert advice. This revenue helps to fund journalism across The Independent.This product is inspired by the ancient Chinese massage technique Gua Sha. The stainless steel tool is said to boost circulation by up to 400 per cent. Clothed or unclothed, just eight strokes in each area (chest, shoulders, neck, ankle) causes blood to come rushing to the surface of the skin, creating redness.

The escaping heat helps to soothe the area in question and, especially on a shoulder knot, feels wonderful. If you’re prone to tension, just a few strokes every evening will keep muscle pain under control. For really sensitive skin, we recommend using Hayo’u​’s beauty restorer as jade stone is gentler on the skin and can also be used on the face.
This facial roller from US skincare company Herbivore uses jade ethically sourced in India. The two rollers, one large, one small, are particularly soothing on the eyes. After using for 10 minutes, puffiness diminished and skin appears brighter. We found it works even better if you put in the fridge so it’s extra cold. Used dry or with an oil, this is ideal for when your face muscles feel tight or when skin needs a brightening boost.

This vegan beauty product will change your hair routine for the better. Made by Tropic Skincare, the brainchild of Apprentice star Susan Ma, the scalp massager can be used when hair is wet or dry. Its pointed nodules are soft and have an immediate therapeutic quality when moved over the scalp, and glides easiest when using with conditioner in the shower. After a few washes you will notice an improvement in hair quality and after a couple of months we noticed hair growth sped up as massage stimulates follicles.

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