Best Massage Products to Relax at Home

Massage Products

Introduction

With a world of potential stress placed on us because of this pandemic, getting a massage right now sounds truly lovely. Migraines, anxiety, and tension headaches are the worst—and it’s not always feasible to go out and have someone give you a massage. Fortunately, with our collection of the best massage tools on the market, you can turn your home into a spa and get the relief you need in the comfort of your bed.

The world of massage tools is vast and wide. From simple place-massagers to in-desk cubes that work like mini massagers for the back while you work, we’ve handpicked our top picks that will suit people of all ages, genders, and budgets.

Massage Tools:

  1. A back and neck massager

The Back & Neck Massager features four bands at varying levels of tension that move independently to target any tight spots. Its ergonomic, cushioned form makes it easy to hold and use in multiple positions and locations, not just back and neck. And with a convenient carrying handle, the Back & Neck Massager can take a tag-along to almost anywhere.

  1. Headscratcher

The Head scratcher is a fantastic product! It works just like a handheld massager but without the hassle of cords, plugs, and batteries. It's great for everyone, including athletes trying to recover from their most recent grueling workout. You can feel it working, and it is very relaxing. It's also great for physical therapy after an injury!

  1. Massage oil

Add some luxury to your massage with this premium, oil-based lotion. This oil goes on clear, not greasy. It’s light and doesn’t leave your skin feeling heavy or greasy. It is very relaxing; once you rub it in, you don’t even feel it. Recommended using before bedtime or after exercising.

  1. Foam roller

For years, fitness experts have recommended the foam roller to increase circulation, improve joint mobility, and stretch out muscle knots, but it’s hard to use until now. A foam Roller offers a patented design that helps relieve muscle and joint pain, improving mobility and flexibility. The high-density foam roller is the perfect size to target all major parts of the body, including big muscle groups like shoulders, back, legs, calves, and arms.

  1. Acupressure rings

Designed to help relieve headaches, stress, and even nausea (believe it or not), the spiky acupressure ring is quite simple. It contains a bunch of little spikes that roll over your fingers. This acupressure trick works because of something called "reflexology" — the theory that if you manipulate specific parts of your body, you'll affect other parts in surprising ways.

  1. Mechanical muscle massager

A massage stick that looks sort of like a baseball bat with little balls on end. You hit yourself (with it) to make muscle soreness and tension go away or at least be dramatically reduced. It’s become prevalent among runners—athletes who usually have sore muscles after strenuous workouts—for that reason.

  1. Electric handheld massage tool

Get ready for a change in your quality of life with these electric handheld muscle massagers. They provide pain relief, relaxes muscles, and decreases recovery time because it applies vibration therapy while stretching tendons. It uses Electro-Myo-Therapy (EMT) technology to safely and gently relieve your pain by applying a tingling and vibrating sensation. With a push of a button, you can turn any part of your body into a vibrating massage tool.

  1. Non-elecric foot massager

The acupressure Foot Roller is an easy-to-use self-massaging tool that relieves tension and stress in the feet after a long day on your feet. With just one minute of use, you feel refreshed, restored, and recharged for the next activity. It's simple massage therapy built for feet. The roller will roll out the tension in the toes, feet, and calves. Once you have experienced the pleasure of using this product, you will never want to be without it. Its "tacker" action will keep your toes and feet relaxed and comfortable all day long. It is the ideal treatment for sore, aching feet after standing for long periods.

  1. Massage table

Whether you plan on using the Massage Table at home or want a portable table to carry to your spa treatments, this portable massage table is up for the task. The lightweight yet durable design makes it easy to move about and set up, and the padded legs provide extra comfort for the therapist while reducing fatigue.

  1. Manual massage ball

For over 15 years, the original massage ball has been helping people worldwide relieve chronic pain and tension. This all-natural muscle-soothing product can be used to help encourage blood circulation and relieve stress. A massage ball is highly versatile and can be applied using various techniques to target specific body areas. The gentle, deep-tissue kneading motion of the massage ball provides a focused yet soft release for sore muscles, tight joints, stiff necks, and more.