Choosing an electric acupoint stimulator

15 Dec 2015
Choosing an electric acupoint stimulator

  Stimulators are longterm investments, and they can be relatively costly. At Lierre, we’ve kept budget limitations in mind, and decided on three excellent but quite different models. What’s the difference? Here are some of the factors think about before making a decision! Year of release How old is the device you’re planning to buy? Though all our models are recent, it is more generally important to be careful when purchasing electric stimulators: older models can be more erratic with their electric charge, and seriously injure patients. Acupoint locators To an outsider, acupoint locators might look suspiciously like magic wands; however, the way they work is rather simple. The electric.

Why choose a massage oil, gel, lotion or cream, and what’s the difference?

15 Dec 2015
Why choose a massage oil, gel, lotion or cream, and what’s the difference?

Why choose a massage oil, gel, lotion or cream, and what’s the difference? Massage Oils Massage oils tend to be the most popular option for massage therapists, and they come from a variety of sources and have different characteristics. They can be neutral or pleasantly scented, and they can also be combined with other ingredients for a more personalised massage. L’Herbier’s Lavandine Oil, for example, showcases lavender’s lovely scent and therapeutic properties, and Bon Vital’s very light smelling coconut oil can be a great carrier base for essential oils. Different pure oils also serve different purposes, and have different health benefits. Coconut oil is now experiencing a great surge in public interest, and it can seemingly.