Product is of good quality & packaged well.
Although on the expensive side when compared to like products l have purchased.
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Inspired by Chinese medicine, using the Hayo'u Bamboo Tapper is a simple and effective way to support and maintain your health. The massage therapy, called Pai sha, involves tapping firmly all over your body. By incorporating this into your daily routine, you will encourage and boost the flow of blood around your body. By using the tapper for just 1 minute a day, the technique will invigorate your skin and body, releasing any tensions and even supporting lymphatic drainage.
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How to use
Arms & Legs
Tap down the inside of your arms and then repeat upwards on the outside of the arms. Then pat down the outside of your legs and in an upwards on the inside of the legs. Tap gently onto the feet and then finish on the soles.
Tap in a circular motion around your abdomen and then tap the thymus, in Chinese medicine this ritual supports the vital organs.
Gently tap on your soft joints, these are the inside of the elbows, armpits, back of the knees, inside of your hip joints and each side of your pubic bone. Drink water after tapping to encourage the disposal of toxins.
Note: Please take care when using this product. We cannot be held responsible for any injuries arising from improper use. This information is not a substitute for medical advice or treatment for specific medical or skincare conditions. If you are under the age of 16 or over the age of 60, we do not recommend using the Hayo'u Method rituals or products until you have consulted with a medical practitioner. At no point should treatment feel painful. Should you experience any pain during the use of any of our products, you should cease use immediately. Do not use the Body Tapper Bamboo over broken skin, broken veins or thread veins, moles, cuts or bruises. Individual results may vary depending on age, skin type and medical history.