Thermosage 7 in 1 Circulation Enhancing Massage


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Thermosage 7 in 1 Circulation Enhancing Massage
Relieve aching muscles, improve circulation and enhance performance!
Helps reduce muscle pain and stiffness and minimize the effects of post workout acid build-up
Promotes blood circulation, improves flexibility and energizes tired legs
Seven functions in one including: ActivAir controlled compression, massage, infra heat, Graphene heat plus Theralite red light, magnetic and cold pack therapies
Soft silky outer layer for added comfort
Dual position design for upper leg to ankle and lower leg/ankle/feet
86-131 degree F temperature range Additional Information
Weight3.60 BrandEvertone ConditionNew Model NumberBK3387 Dimensions22.4" x 14.4" x 14.5" UPC793310690657 ColorPurple
ActivAir controlled compression helps to speed up recovery and can help enhance circulation through your entire body. With the built-in pump, you are in complete control with customized pressure -The Air cells inflate and deflate around your muscles.
Thermosage’s proprietary Heat Therapy goes deep into the muscle tissue to target the sore areas, and at the same time helps flush out the lactic acid and get you revitalized, back in action and better than ever.
With infused Graphene, heat is conducted throughout to target the muscles to rejuvenate and restore so you can get back to your daily activities or your athletic lifestyle. Studies on Graphene tout it’s anti-microbial properties in addition to its extraordinary strength and electrical conductivity.
Red Light Therapy has a variety of benefits and can be part of an overall wellness practice while Magnetic Field Therapy helps balance magnetic energy.
Cold Therapy targets muscles to help relieve swelling and inflammation. Many doctors have long recommended using ice packs on injured and painful muscles.

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