Rated 4 out of
Easy way to fit in a facial massageIm not sure why people keep reviewing this as a back massager. This is a facial massage tool and is described as such. It's a nice product for simple facial massage, which is a great treat for your skin. Decent quality and value. Works with any facial oil, cream or even while cleansing. It is a bit cumbersome though. They should make it lighter weight.
Date published: 2016-10-16
Rated 5 out of
A Fantastic Massager!I purchased this product to be able to massage my back and legs easily whenever I need to. This product is fantastic! I love it!
Date published: 2013-12-09
Rated 5 out of
UsefulI exercise 4~5 times a week, I do massage after exercise. My hands are really tried from massage. With this twin ball massager, it's easy to massage my legs and It makes my legs really relaxed.
Date published: 2013-03-06
Rated 2 out of
Twin Ball Massager...Just Meh.I have a really bad back due to multiple back surgeries, & get terrible muscle spasms in my shoulder/upper back area. Usually, I have my poor husband massage the area by rolling tennis or golf balls on the knots, using tons of pressure..,for a long time.. Bless his heart, he's willing. but rarely gets the right area, & tires quickly, because I need strong pressure.
I bought this in hopes that I would be able to use it on my own, at the pressure I prefer. Sadly, my high hopes were dashed when I opened iI the box. I knew right then that it wouldn't work for me'
1. The handle is much too short to effectively use it on yourself, & your back, it's roughly 6''.
2. Rolling it up & down, while using even the slightest pressure, is just awkward & difficult, at best. Warning for long-haired users-pull your hair up or it will get tangled up in the roller. Ouch! Also, you can't really just do it over clothing for a few minutes, as it gets caught up in your shirt , too.
3. Even when another person is using the roller on you, I never felt like it could achieve good pressure.
1. It's attractive, sturdy and made out of rich looking dark wood. You could make a nice gift by adding it to one of the Body Shops great massage oils, and perhaps another spa or aromatherapy product like a relaxing bath salt, body butter or one of the other massagers.
It just didn't do it for me..so, if you have similar needs and are looking for a product to help, you should pass on this massager. I'm still looking, and using the good old tennis & golf balls, plus my dear husband. :-) Good luck!