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When you go through life as hard as you do, it's normal to develop some aches and pains. And, while regular trips to a masseuse can help soothe your muscles, they're not cheap. That's where an at-home massager comes into play.
These devices will knead out kinks and knots in sore muscles to help you get on with your day. Sounds like something you can use in your life? Heads up: Just for today, Amazon has slashed prices more than 30 percent on all Snailax at-home massagers. There's a massive range of massagers to choose from, including ones for your back, feet and neck. These are just a few of the sweet muscle-soothing deals you can score right now.
Kick back and let the Snailax Memory Foam Massage Seat Cushion relax your tired muscles. The cushion has six massage motors to relieve muscle soreness, tension and stress, right from your chair. Choose between zones like your upper back, lower back, hips or thighs, or everything at once, depending on your needs. Four vibration intensities and two heat levels let you choose the mode that's best for you. A built-in timer lets you select whether you want a 15-, 30- or 60-minute massage. The whole thing is wrapped in super-soft fabric, while a non-slip bottom and elastic straps help keep it firmly in place.
"I am now sitting down and in ABSOLUTE HEAVEN. I have serious pain in my lower back and hips and MAN! This is such an awesome item!" a fan wrote in the reviews. "My back actually feels better after 15 minutes of use."
Your tired feet will get some serious relief with the Snailax Shiatsu Foot Massager. This handy device uses flexible shiatsu massage nodes and heat to deliver a deep tissue massage all over your feet. Two heating options let you add warmth to the mix, while three massage modes and three levels of intensity make sure you get the comfort you need. Just use your toes to push the buttons, and you're good to go. The massager is swathed in a soft cloth cover that's easy to remove and clean — a nice perk, especially if you're sharing it with your family.
"Feels amazing, like you're walking on solid clouds," a satisfied user said. Another fan swears the massager is better than the competition. "The controls are easy to use and provide a choice of speed, direction and heat to give a customized massage," they said. "The three rotating discs per side also provide more of the foot getting massaged than most units with only two discs per side."
Shop it: Snailax Shiatsu Foot Massager, $35 (was $44), amazon.com
Wrap yourself in a little piece of massage heaven with the Snailax Cordless Neck and Back Massager. This massager has a Shiatsu massage roller with eight massage nodes tucked under the leather cover that offers two different levels of intensity. The massager also offers infrared heat to deliver a warming massage. It's all powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery and does not need to plug in during use that gives you at least 70 minutes of massage at once. The unique shape of this massager lets you contour it to your body for that just-right fit.
"Massage out the knots for this win!" a fan wrote. "I have used it every day since getting and one of the coolest thing is that it is portable AND can be used to massage other parts of your body. Have low back issues? Move it down. Have tension in your shoulder blades? Move it there." Others praise the massager for its quality. "This massager looks and feels like it’s well made," a satisfied customer said. "Very easy to operate. Heat function feels amazing and the shiatsu rollers really get in there and knead the muscles."
Shop it: Snailax Cordless Neck and Back Massager, $48 (was $63), amazon.com
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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