We Got You Discounts On Massagers And Memory Foam Seat Cushions
If you’re like me, you often experience aches and pains. It comes with getting old, I guess. Whatever the reason, I often find that my neck hurts. And my back. And other parts of my body as well. For most of my life, I have found very few ways to alleviate this, so instead I’ve resorted to taking a bunch of Ibuprofen. But then I found another way.
Naipo is a company that makes massagers – incredibly useful tools that relieve problem areas of discomfort. And the Daily Dealer got our readers exclusive codes for two different Naipo massagers so you can get them at discounted prices. PLUS half off a memory foam seat cushion that will provide you tailbone and lumbar support. Any or all of these make great Christmas gifts for the stressed out people in your life.
The first massager is handheld and cordless. It can be used to massage literally any part of your body, . It features a deep kneading so you can actually relax all areas of your body, including your feet, back, neck, shoulder and legs. Seriously, anywhere. It is 28 percent off with the code K87OYXH4.
Naipo Cordless Percussion Massager on sale for $25.99 with code K87OYXH4
The second massager is designed for your neck and shoulders. It uses 6 massager nodes to relieve aches, knots and muscle tension like a real masseuse would. And its ergonomic U-design makes it a perfect fit to the shape of your body. It is 23 percent off with the code NAMBQMPS.
Naipo Shiatsu Neck and Shoulder Massager on sale for $29.99 with code NAMBQMPS
And the memory foam seat cushion might be the jewel of the bunch. (The fact that it is on sale for just $10 with this code definitely helps). It will reduce lower back aches and alleviate tailbone pressure and pain. It also promotes proper spinal alignment and blood circulation.
Naipo Seat Cushion with Ergonomic Memory Foam and Breathable Mesh Cover on sale for $9.99 with code 2XRJGCS8
Who couldn’t use a little stress relief this time of year?
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