Saturday, December 4, 2010

Electric Scalp Massager Review & Giveaway


When I was first asked to review this massager, I was way excited!! I love massages!! I have alot of stress in my life and anything that can help relieve some of that is welcome.  When I first received the product, the first thing that came to mind was alien.  It does look like something out of 2045 doesn't it? 

I inserted the batteries - great company to send those too in my opinion! - then I had to move the "tines" to where I wanted it.  You can form the tines to suit not only your head but other body parts too.  It's like an octopus shape.  Then, I pushed the button and the motor and vibrations came on.  Let me tell you, I tried it on my own head and I swear my toes curled up in bliss.  When I used it on hubby, he was in heaven.  It really takes the stress from you and it feels soo good!!

It increases your blood circulation, relaxes stressed muscles and helps relieve aches and pains.  I've used it on my knees (they always hurt) and hubby has used it on his elbows.  We've also used it without turning it on just as a gentle massager. 

It's made with pure copper and the legs have special tips.  The handle is very egonomical friendly.  You can also move the legs into like a "rake" to masage your massage or back.  It really does do a terrific job and I highly recommend it!!



GIVEAWAY
One Minding Spot reader will win their own Electric Scalp Massager!!

*all entries must be a separate comment*

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Visit Massage Table and comment on something you'd like or learned.

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52 comments:

  1. I learned that if your table is too soft, it's not as effective. These tables provide the right balance to work effectively!

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  2. I follow on Twitter. :)

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  4. Thanks for the chance at this much needed prize!

    I learned that a massage table can have too much padding - who knew?

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    Jules
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  5. I learned that the company is located in Great Barrington, MA

    Thank you for hosting this giveaway

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  6. I like your blog on facebook (Louis Here)

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  7. following you on twitter @left_the_stars

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  8. I learned that excessively padded massage tables absorb too much pressure, numbing the feedback the therapists receive and making it difficult for them to gauge how much force they are using, leading to pressure being over- or under-applied. I thought this was very interesting!
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  12. i posted the giveaway on FB
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  13. i posted the giveaway on FB
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  15. I like the portable massage chair.

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  16. I learned that 2-3 inches is usually appropiate. For foam on massage tables. Too much can be a bad thing when it comes to massage tables.
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  19. I learned that using the correct massage therapy equipment is essential to the comfort of patients and therapists. The ideal surface has enough padding to be comfortable for clients to rest on, but is still firm. katklaw777 at yahoo dot com

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  20. I like the Vortex portable massage chair Thanks
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  21. I can feel my migraines disappearing from just looking at this! I like the Avila II portable massage chair pkg, nothing beats a deep tissue massage.

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  22. I tweeted http://twitter.com/#!/micaela6955/status/12715474869559297

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  24. I would love to have one of their tables so we could give each other good massages. They tell you on their site how test to see if your table is to soft.
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  25. I follow you on twitter as @bmom76.
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  26. I tweeted as @bmom76
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  27. I have a friend who is a massage therapist, I will have to tell her about this, I think she needs a new table:)
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  30. I learned that tables can be too padded
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  33. posted on fb
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  34. I learned that it increases blood circulation! Cool.

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  35. I like Minding Spot on facebook (Amanda Hernandez)

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  36. I learned that a massage table can be too soft.

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  37. The Avila II is both compact and ergonomic... I've never had a massage in one of these chairs, but it sounds like it would be wonderful! I'm always so uptight! I could really use and love anything to help my muscles relax. Thanks for the great giveaway.

    Wendi
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  38. I'll have to admit when I first saw this product I was going to pass on this giveaway because it looked like something you'd find on an infomercial--cheap and flimsy. But after your review I'll have to admit I'm intrigued. And I learned from reading about the different massage tables that too much padding is not a good thing. Go figure!

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  39. I follow/like on Facebook. Another commenter was right... I'll bet this would be great for helping with migraine relief!

    Wendi
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  40. "Liked" your blog on FB (Laura Grassie Henderson).

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  41. Follow your blog on Twitter @MamaHendo3.

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  42. I tweeted here http://twitter.com/wbarker1/status/13427932559056897

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  46. Tweeted giveaway: http://twitter.com/#!/MamaHendo3/status/13427478009745408

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