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MCP Smart Infrared Vacuum Cavitation CuppingDevice

MCP Smart Infrared Vacuum Cavitation CuppingDevice

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Let’s make your body and skin tight and firmer with the help of our MCP Smart Infrared Vacuum Cavitation CuppingDevice

“My physical therapist uses a cupping device on me and moves it around to break up fascial adhesions. It really makes a difference, so I decided to get one for myself and this really makes such a transformation because it helps to make my thighs and legs firmer and tighter. This device seemed like the perfect solution. It is flashlight shaped but a bit fatter and a bit shorter than your typical flashlight. The "on" button is at the end and is a toggle switch. When you toggle it on, it pretty quickly starts sucking your flesh into the device and does not stop until you toggle it off. It takes fractions of a second to go from "weak connection" to "my organs are now in this machine"—Sheila Hermes—48, Dahlonega, Georgia
Benefits of Cupping for an Ankle Injury - Treading Lightly
“At first, I wasn't completely sold on this device. I was going to massage therapy and my tried-and-true therapist had already begun using dynamic cupping on an absolutely dreadful tight left leg. I bought this to use in the downtime and had to overcome the pain I was already experiencing to get the most benefit from this device. This is something I now use on a daily basis and I fully believe that it has really helped my tight muscles and leg cramping. The red-light therapy and heat are bonuses. I have seen some people say they can do it but I really found trying to move it around when it's on is just too painful. I highly recommend this product to anyone with muscle aches and pains in need of a gentle alternative to massage.”—Cora Robertson—36, Evansville, Indiana


Cupping is an ancient healing therapy that some people use to ease the pain. A provider places cups on your back, stomach, arms, legs, or other parts of your body. Inside the cup, a vacuum or suction force pulls the skin upward. Cupping is a form of traditional Chinese and Middle Eastern medicine. People have practiced cupping therapy for thousands of years.

Cupping Therapy: What You Should Know


Microcurrent therapy is the procedure that involves sending electrical currents of very small value into your skin. This low-level current helps in lifting and toning the system of muscles present in the treated area. The procedure is non-invasive and virtually pain-free, and one session can be completed within a short period.

Research suggests that microcurrent stimulation has several benefits, including promoting wound healing, reducing inflammation, boosting circulation, and improving muscle function. Additionally, unlike other more invasive procedures, microcurrent facials involve no incisions or anesthesia.


Experts are still exploring how cupping eases pain and disease symptoms. There isn’t a lot of research on the therapy.

Suction from cupping draws fluid into the treated area. This suction force expands and breaks open tiny blood vessels (capillaries) under the skin. Your body treats the cupping area like an injury. It sends more blood to the area to stimulate the natural healing process. Some people theorize that cupping clears the pores and releases toxins.

Microparticle clearance theory: An update to the potential mechanisms of  action of cupping therapy - ScienceDirect

What does the color after cupping mean?

The red marks are a result of the blood being pulled into that area. The darker the mark, the more stagnant fluids (toxins, blood, and ly67475(mph) were dredged up during treatment. The marks last anywhere from a few hours to several days. The more often you receive cupping for the same issue, the lighter the marks will be.

Benefits of Cupping & How it Improve your life - Precious Foot Reflexology


Cupping Therapy: Uses, Benefits, and More

The therapy of cupping has been used in China for thousands of years. At first, it was applied using cattle horns or cross sections of bamboo. To create negative pressure inside the horn or bamboo these ancient ‘cups’ were boiled in water or fire was ignited to expel the air and suck the cups onto the skin. These cups were used mostly to draw out pus and blood in the treatment of boils. Cupping was originally used as an auxiliary method in traditional Chinese surgery. Later it was found to be useful in treating other diseases and developed into a special therapeutic method.

Cupping Therapy - Toticell

Is it scientifically proven?

There is a growing body of research digging into how and why cupping may work. A 2018 review of studies noted that cupping therapy has reported benefits for a variety of conditions that can be categorized as either localized or systematic diseases. Cupping is thought to alleviate symptoms by promoting peripheral (close to the skin) blood circulation and improving immunity.

According to the 2018 review, the effects of cupping therapy include:

  • promoting the skin’s blood flow
  • changing the skin’s biomechanical properties
  • increasing pain thresholds
  • improving local anaerobic (without oxygen) metabolism
  • reducing inflammation
  • boosting cellular immunity


  • Body cupping set for cellulite in the body, legs, back, and arms.
  • Through the negative pressure stimulate deep muscles to relieve pain 
  • Promote blood circulation
  • The strength is just right and will not harm your skin
  • Cupping promotes the discharge of impurities
  • Unblock the meridians, relieve pain and eliminate physical fatigue.
  • Relax muscle fascia, promote lym67475(phatic drainage and detoxification
  • Adjustable suction cupping
  • Detoxifies and nourishes your skin, firming skin
  • Deeply nourish the skin, accelerate cell renewal

Package : 1 x MCP Smart Infrared Vacuum Cavitation CuppingDevice
Additional : 1 x Ginger Essential Oil (10ml)
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