- Published on Friday, 30 August 2013 15:19
Handheld massagers that target the face and eyes are gaining traction. Latest designs come in new colors and patterns.
- Wider selection, new designs: China makers of portable handheld massagers are releasing new variants of the traditional stool-shaped models. These have 3D lines or patterns, or animal, cartoon and plant prints. Besides bright colors, companies are adopting contrasting, metal or matte hues to boost product appeal.
- Beauty massagers on the rise: Typically smaller than items for the whole body, these items have heads and vibration frequencies that suit the face and eyes. They can remove dry skin calluses, wrinkles and dark circles under the eyes. Some suppliers are offering this product with three or four interchangeable heads that massage the cheek, make the face slimmer and get rid of blackheads.
- Added value: Several designs utilize bristles to stimulate various areas on the head and scalp. Bigger massage heads with more nodes are adopted as well.
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