Types of Massage gun We Made

Mini Massage Gun

Percussion Deep Tissues Muscle Massager Gun with 6 Speeds, Type-C Charging, 45DB Ultra Quiet

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Mini Massage Gun with Heat and Cold Attachments

This Handheld Muscle Massager ComesProvides Targeted Relief for Neck and Back. Enjoy Active Heat Therapy. Eligible for FSA or HSA Coverage

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Portable Massage Gun

With 13 attachments and 6-speed options, this handheld electric massager offers tailored therapy in sleek black.

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Angle-Adjustable Massage Gun with Heat and Cold

Targeted Therapy and Recovery, Comprehensive Pain Relief, Enhanced Heating Technology

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Deep Tissue Massage Gun

9 Attachments, Quiet Motor, Ergonomic Grip, 5-Speed Lightweight Percussion Massager, Full Body Muscle Recovery & Pain Relief

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Peanut Massage Ball with Ultra Strong Vibration

Electric Rechargeable Therapy Roller in 5 Vibrating Speed, Trigger Point Massager for Back Neck Foot Muscle Pain & Myofascial Release

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Jastar is a trusted paper box manufacturer with years of experience in creating high-quality packaging solutions for various industries. It specializes in manufacturing high-quality custom paper boxes to cover various needs of customers. Here are your custom selections:

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Massage Gun FAQs

Massage guns offer a range of benefits, including muscle relaxation, improved blood circulation, reduced muscle soreness, and quicker recovery times after workouts. They can also help alleviate chronic pain and tension by targeting deep tissue areas.

The frequency of use depends on individual needs and activity levels. For general muscle maintenance, using a massage gun 3-4 times a week for about 10-15 minutes per session is typically sufficient. Athletes or those with intense workout regimens might use it more frequently, even daily, on specific muscle groups post-exercise.

Massage guns can be used on most muscle groups, including the back, shoulders, legs, and arms. However, it’s important to avoid bony areas and sensitive regions such as the spine, neck, and joints. Always use caution and start with the lowest intensity setting.

Key features to consider include the device’s power (measured in RPM or percussions per minute), battery life, noise level, ergonomic design, weight, and the variety of attachments provided. Adjustable speed settings and the availability of different head attachments for targeted therapy are also important factors.

Yes, we offer different thickness options for our paper boxes based on the level of protection required for the product. Customers can choose the appropriate thickness level based on their specific needs.

While massage guns can benefit a wide range of people, they might not be suitable for everyone. Individuals with certain medical conditions, such as deep vein thrombosis, recent surgeries, or severe osteoporosis, should consult a healthcare professional before using a massage gun. Pregnant women should also seek medical advice before use.

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