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22 Mar 2018

Elemental Herbology's Muscle Melt instantly soothes aching muscles

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Elemental Herbology's Muscle Melt instantly soothes aching muscles

The Muscle Melt was designed to soothe tired and aching muscles
Massage continues to be the best selling treatment in spas to this day. From improving posture to aiding sleep, reducing stress, anxiety and boosting your immune system, many people depend on regular massage treatments to combat specific issues and for overall wellbeing.

We find that many guests suffer from acute aches, pains and deep tension from various stresses and strains of everyday life. Whether these pains are a result of exercise, sitting at a computer for hours, stress or lack of sleep, it’s important to address these issues straight away.

Muscle Melt Balm has been created to instantly soothe tired and aching muscles, through increased circulation and supporting the healing process. Use the Muscle Melt Balm on specific areas alongside the chosen Five Element Oil during treatments such as shoulders or calves to give added value to the massage and show guest you’re going the extra mile by addressing specific concerns.

Muscle Melt Balm ingredients include:

• Ginger – Warms aching muscles and is an amazing natural pain killer.

• Ho Wood – Warming and stimulating to encourage circulation and relax muscles.

• Turmeric – Used for centuries but only recently recognised for its healing benefits in Western cultures. This natural anti-inflammatory stimulates circulation and supports the healing process.

• Capiscum – We use chilli as a natural warming ingredient for the muscles.

Available in professional and retail, this warming balm can be incorporated into any Elemental Herbology massage to target areas of concern. Muscle Melt Balm is a fabulous homecare product and enables therapists a strong retail opportunity that will extend the benefit of the treatment to the home, this will enhance the overall experience and encourage guests to return.

Muscle Melt Balm is for anyone that suffers from aches and tightness in the muscles and is a must-have for long hours at the computer, gym goers and those suffering with stress. This jar of natural ingredients will give targeted relief and is small enough to keep at your desk or in your bag for use anytime, day or night.

For more information on how to order and how Elemental Herbology can become the perfect spa partner, please call: +44 (0)20 8968 4477 or e-mail sales@elementalherbology.com or visit
www.elementalherbology.com for more information.




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Elemental Herbology

Dedicated to maintaining beautiful skin, Elemental Herbology helps restore equilibrium when environmental, lifestyle and hormonal fluctuations dramatically alter the natural mechanisms of your skin.

Elemental Herbology
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