Massage Cream - 500ml
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- Brand: MipMed
- Product Code: MM-CM500
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Non-greasy, hypoallergenic massage cream with good gliding power, easily absorbed by the skin. It does not stain the clothing. It can be appli.. See More
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Non-greasy, hypoallergenic massage cream with good gliding power, easily absorbed by the skin.
- It does not stain the clothing.
- It can be applied to oily and damp skin.
- Allows for a long and comfortable massage without having to use a lot of massage cream.
- It is a neutral cream, that is, it can be used on all skin types and can serve as a base to add essences or concentrates to the cream.
Constitution: It has coconut derivatives and castor oil and sweet almond oil, leaving the skin smooth and soft.
How to use: Apply to the area of the body to be massaged, with gentle movements, until completely absorbed.
Precautions: Keep out of the reach of children. Do not ingest. If in contact with eyes, wash immediately with plenty of water.
Ingredients: Aqua, paranum liquuidum, glycerin, prunus amydalus dulcis oil, peg-40 hydrogenated castor oil, cetearyl alcohol, phenoxyethanol, decylene glycol, caprylyl glyciol, sodium cetearyl sulfate, dimethicone, caprylic/capric triglyceride, acrylates/C10-30 alkyl acrylate crosspolymer, triethanolamine, parfum, benzyl salicylate, linalool, hexyl cinnamal, hydroxycitronellal.
National production: a quality product produced in Portugal.
We have been working with healthcare professionals for many years. We decided to create products in the sports area, to add to the various products developed by our Mipmed brand.
We always work in partnership with our customers and employees, to serve them and to receive feedback to improve every day, always with the desire for excellence.
This set of massage creams was developed in collaboration with physiotherapists and masseurs.
If you haven't already, leave us feedback on these four developed products!
You can purchase the pack of four massage treatments at a discount!! Enjoy!
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Are there differences in the definition of massage and massage therapy?
Massage therapist is a modern term, which refers to a person who uses various types of massage.
There are hundreds of massage techniques and similar treatments. Some more mystical, others more scientific. Between them:
- Swedish massage - The same technique as classical massage. It treats muscle pain, stretches the shortened musculature and increases blood circulation. It is the most popular Western massage in the world! Widely used for athletes, such as relaxation and spine pain treatments. In general, the Swedish masseuse studies traditional anatomy and physiology.
- Trigger Points - Disables sensitive points in the musculature that can produce pain that radiates away from the point of origin.
- Sports massage - Helps to eliminate metabolic waste from the body after physical activity or helps to stimulate the muscles before physical activity. Sports massage increases the elasticity of muscles and stimulates blood flow to increase the cleansing of tired muscles. Very suitable for amateur people, professionals and / or practitioners of any physical activity.
- Myofascial release - Technique widely used with sports massage. The method consists of freeing the fascia between muscle bundles, to allow more flexibility, relieve pain and define the musculature.
- Relaxing massage - Reduces the stress caused by everyday life. It provides total relaxation of the body, giving a feeling of lightness and well-being. Relaxing massage is widely used in SPAs, inns and hotels. There are several relaxing massage techniques, although most are from Swedish massage.
- Lymphatic Drainage - This massage helps in the elimination of liquid that for some reason is retained in the body. It is derived from Swedish massage, but more specifically applied to fluid retention.
- Massage for pregnant women - Increases blood circulation and relaxes the muscles providing greater mobility to the baby. Helps reduce back pain in late pregnancy. It releases hormones that provide well-being (mainly oxytocin), which harmonize the relationship between mother and child.
- Suction cups - Using cups, a vacuum is created with suction or fire to lift the skin and muscles.
- Lotorp Method - Improve and increase breathing capacity through stretching and chest massage. After treatment, the patient does breathing exercises at home.
- Acupressure - A massage done with pressure of the fingers, following the acupuncture map. Does not use needles.
- Anma - Traditional Chinese massage for energy balance. It is done with the patient seated, without oils.
- Anti-cellulite massage - A massage using specific creams to remove cellulite. Stimulates the lymphatic system.
- Anti - stress massage - Uses slips to reduce day - to - day stress. It mainly stimulates the release of oxytocin and other anti-stress hormones.
- Ayurvedic - Indian massage that includes mental, psychological and physical treatments. It is usually made on the floor with tatami (it is a woven straw fabric, used as a carpet or covering on traditional Japanese flooring.). Treatment changes depending on Doshas: Vata, Pitta and Kapha.
- Bambuterapia - Massage using bamboo. To increase lymphatic circulation and to shape the body. Also used to save the masseuse's hands, in strong maneuvers and for sliding movements over clothing.
- Bowen Method - Relaxing massage, done with great sensitivity and affection to stimulate the parasympathetic division of the nervous system.
- Do-In - Japanese massage that uses the meridian points to balance the body's energies. Well known for also being a self-massage.
- Kobido - Increases the elasticity of the facial skin, reduces dark circles and puffiness on the face. Helps in the elimination of dead cells and in the cleansing of the pores of the face in order to rejuvenate.
- Kinesiology - These are tests applied to muscles to locate the person's weakness and strength points. Each muscle represents an organ.
- Lian Gong - Prevents problems arising from poor posture, has exercises for joints, tendons, as well as movements to strengthen the heart and lungs. Indicated for insomnia, menstrual cramps, RSI and nervousness, among others.
- Modeling massage - Combats cellulite and sagging, eliminates localized fats shaping the body.
- Moxibustion - Used to prevent and treat imbalances such as respiratory diseases, impotence, depression, menstrual cramps and sciatic nerve pain, among others.
- Neuromuscular massage - Massage in which pressure is applied to painful points found in skeletal muscles, much like trigger points.
- Hot Stones - Application of hot stones to stimulate muscles, especially on the back. Widely used in SPAs for relaxation on cold days.
- Four Hands - Massage performed by two people, often a man and a woman. Any technique can be used.
- Quick Massage - Quick massage of 15 to 30 minutes in a chair, without oil and directly on people's clothes. Very common in ‘malls’, airports or offices. Quick massage has its origin in Shiatsu.
- Chiropractic - Works the neuromuscular system with the help of movements of skeletal structures. Spinal manipulation is the most used technique to achieve relief, although there are other joints that the chiropractor uses.
- Reflexology - Pressures on the feet or hands to stimulate and balance people's energy. Each point has a corresponding organ.
- Reiki - Energy therapy that balances energies without touching. It is possible to apply from a distance.
- Rolfing - Improves body posture through deep massages in connective tissues and muscles.
- RPG - It means global postural reeducation. This technique aims to reorganize the posture to combat pain and discomfort.
- Sei Tai - Japanese chiropractic, realignment of bone structure, joints, muscles and tendons.
- Shantala - Indian massage for babies with benefits in increasing circulation and relaxing at the same time, which helps in growth and aids in the development of movements.
- Shiatsu - It means massage with fingers and is a combination of Chinese acupuncture with massage on the muscles. Does not use needles. It is a massage well known in the world due to Japanese immigration.
- Thai - Massage with many stretches derived from yoga. Usually applied on a mat with a hand and foot massage.
- Tantric massage - Sensual massage to increase sexual stimulation. Very suitable for people with sexual problems such as impotence and / or disorders in libido.
- Tui-Na - Chinese massage that means taking, holding and kneading. The technique balances the body's energy flows.
As you can see, there are several massage techniques for different purposes. So, what is massage therapy? In fact, there is no clear and exact answer, but there is a tendency to understand massage therapy as a set of techniques, while massage is a specific technique. Thus, it is understood that the massage therapist uses more than one technique in its treatment and the massage therapist uses only one.
(in: https://www.cursos Massagem.com.br/o-que-e- Massagem.php)