5 personal massagers to soothe your muscles at home

Sitting through traffic, long days at the office, a really tough workout — there’s any number of reasons (aside from daily wear and tear) why you might have sore muscles. Self-care is important and as nice as massages can be, it’s probably rare from a time and cost perspective that you can incorporate massages into your regular routine. That’s why personal massagers are amazing: they help maintain your overall comfort and health, and you can enjoy an at-home massage whenever you want — check out our top five picks.

This Professional Massager is perfect for some heavy duty muscle relief. It delivers a relief-inducing combination of frequency, amplitude, and torque to relieve soreness — and you can choose between six modes to customize your massage.

Aculief Wearable Acupressure™: 2-Pack

Sometimes pain relief can be as simple as slipping one of these Aculief Wearable Acupressure clips over your hand. It uses the concepts behind acupressure to apply gentle pressure to the LI4 acupressure point. Wear it and you’ll get natural headache relief, tension relief and even improve your natural energy.

Buy it here: Usually, this Aculief Wearable Acupressure™: 2-Pack is $34.99, but you can get it now for $21.99.

Hammer NRG Deep Tissue Body Massager

Get highly targeted pain relief with this Hammer NRG Deep Tissue Body Massager: it’s cordless, meaning you get some freedom and flexibility of movement. Soothe yourself from muscle spasms, tight joints and other aches with multiple types of attachment heads to deliver different massage styles. There’s even a facial massager built right into the handle to relax your delicate facial muscles.

Buy it here: Usually, this Hammer NRG Deep Tissue Body Massager is $599 — but you can get it here for $99.

Silver PCH 2 Pulse Massager with Neck Attachment

If you tend to get sore in lots of different places on your body (and want to enjoy relief all at once), you don’t have to soak in a salt bath: just use this Silver PCH 2 Pulse Massager with Neck Attachment instead. Stick the nodes wherever you want — your neck, biceps, calves, back and wherever else — and deliver a pulse massage to the spots that need it the most. It even fits in your pants pocket for easy travel.

Buy it here: Usually, this Silver PCH 2 Pulse Massager with Neck Attachment is $525, but you can get it here for $49.

Vortix Eye Massager v 2.0

If you suffer from tension headaches or just need to relax, you’ll love this Vortix Eye Massager v 2.0. It massages your eyelids and temples, with six settings to relieve eyes strained from staring at screens, reading and driving. It can also offer some much-needed relief from insomnia and headaches.

Buy it here: Usually, this Vortix Eye Massager v 2.0 is $445, but you can get it here for $119.99.

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