A neutral professional cream for all sorts of professional massage.
Easily washable, very economical in use for all skin types.
Particularly oil-rich lotion, with high lubricant and dispersion properties, specially developed for extended massages such as sports massages.
Without parabens and formaldehyde (releasers).
Songbird Fascial Release Wax provides the right amount of grip into the connective tissue, allowing the therapist to manipulate it in a wide variety of ways; lengthening, differentiating and mobilising.
Deep heat rub: is a non greasy pain relieving cream to be applied to the skin. The penetrating warmth helps stimulate circulation, relax stiffness and reoxygenate tense, painful tissues.
Its counterirritant action makes it effective in the treatment of muscular pains and stiffness including rheumatic pain, backache, fibrositis, lumbago and sciatica.
Deep heat spray: is a pain relieving, warming spray to be used on the skin. It is recommended for the relief of pain in muscles, tendons, joints or bones, lower back and thigh pain, sprains or strains.
For the relief of pain and inflammation associated with backache, muscular pain, sprains, strains, sports injuries and neuralgia.
Cold relief rub or hot inhaler vapour with menthol, camphor and eucalyptus to calm coughs, ease sore throats, relieve nose congestion and catarrh.
Smelling salts with ammonia liquor and eucalyptus oil, a traditional inhalation remedy to relieve catarrh and head colds.
Massage lotions, oils and balms for sport pysiotherapy massages:
Sport Massage is an essential part of sports medicine and is widely used in the treatment of sports injuries.
Massage Oils – widely used as it is not easily absorbed into the skin and is particularly useful on hairy skin.
Massage Milks – a non greasy alternative to massage oil which is more easily absorbed into the skin and especially useful to treating patients with allergies, especially nut allergies.
Massage Waxes - the wax melts at a similar temperature to chocolate. Some massage therapists prefer to use wax rather than oils and milks as they can then add their own essential oils and the slight resistance the wax gives means that greater pressure can be applied to muscles without slipping.
Arnica gels and lotions – these are widely used by professional athletes for the treatment of strain, sprains and bruises.
Vaseline or WSP (White Soft Paraffin) – widely used in sport medicine to protect delicate areas and is also often used as a first aid treatment to stem bleeding.
Heat Balms and Warming Lotions – these are used by physiotherapists and massage therapists to warm up muscles prior to sport.