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Premax Massage Lotion 1L

Premax Massage Lotion 1L

Premax Original 400g

Compliments deep tissue and myofascial massage techniques.
Availability: In stock

Premax Original Massage Cream

Premax Original Massage Cream has a firm resistance allowing the therapist to gain traction to the treated area. The cream is ideal for sports massage, deep tissue massage, myofascial techniques, acupressure, and frictions. It has a light refreshing scent of peppermint and lavender, and comes in a 400g screw top jar.

Premax Original Massage Cream is a versatile massage product which can be used by massage therapists, physiotherapists, osteopaths, chiropractors, sports trainers, beauty therapists, or at home. Sports Physiotherapist Randall Cooper has formulated all Premax Massage Creams.

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Premax Original Essential Ingredients:

  • Aloe Vera
  • Vitamin E
  • Olive oil
  • Shea butter
  • Cocoa butter
  • Patchouli oil
  • Ylang ylang oil
  • Beeswax
  • Lavender Oil
  • Peppermint Oil
  • Suitable for the following massage techniques:

  • Remedial massage
  • Swedish massage
  • Deep tissue massage
  • Neuromuscular massage
  • Sports Massage
  • Rolphing
  • Trigger point therapy
  • Myofascial release
  • How to use:

    1. Apply a liberal amount of cream to desired area and massage using desired technique.

    Remedial Massage

    Remedial massage is a technique which manipulates the soft tissue of the body for specific therapeutic effect. It is useful when the patient is suffering from a particular muscular tension or chronic pain. Remedial massage therapists will assess where you may need treatment and determine which muscle may be giving you trouble before utilising relevant massage techniques and lubricants to provide remedial treatment.

    Swedish Massage

    Swedish massage is the most common therapeutic massage system in the west and as the name implies, was devised in Sweden. This massage technique can be administered slow and gently or vigorously depending on the licensed practitioner and the requests of the client. In Swedish massage, the therapist will first lubricate the treatment area with a massage cream or oil and then proceed through a series of movements in order to warm up the muscles and relieve muscular tension. Swedish massage can be very effective in promoting relaxation.

    Deep Tissue Massage

    Deep tissue massage targets the deeper tissue structures of the muscle and fascia. Deep tissue massage utilises many of the same techniques as Swedish massage but it is administered with more pressure in order to access the deep connective tissues and thicker muscles. The purpose of deep tissue massage is to release tension and toxins held within muscle fibres. This massage technique is also useful to promote oxygen circulation and blood flow.

    Neuromuscular Massage

    Neuromuscular massage is commonly referred to as trigger point myotherapy. The technique can be effective in the treatment of lower back pain. The therapist will utilise various pressures with fingers, knuckles and elbows and press directly on the muscle spasms from 10-30 seconds to reduce muscle spasticity.