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Bellabaci Body Cups
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Massage Arms, Shoulders, & More
Loved by wellness professionals and luxury spas worldwide, Bellabaci Massage Cups support your self-care regimen between professional cupping therapy appointments at the spa.
Excellent for targeting arms and shoulders, Bellabaci Body Cups for massage cupping are hand-squeezable and easy to use. Made from pliable, medical-grade silicone, they require no heat or pumps! And unlike glass, if you drop a Bellabaci silicone cup, it won't chip or break.
This set includes 2 Body Cups (1 soft, 1 hard).
Back of neck, arms, shoulders, soles of the feet Fluid retention, targeted pain relief, and cellulite
Pairs Well With
Bellabaci Genie Gels Bellabaci Kese Skin Buffer Mitt Bellabaci Sport Pre- and Post-Workout Lotions
What’s Difference Between Soft, Medium, & Hard Cups?
You’ll always want to start with soft cups to get your body used to massage cupping. Bellabaci cups are clear so you can see how much is being pulled into the cup. If you’re not sure whether your cup is soft or hard, give them a comparative squeeze.
Soft Cups pull 4 cm.
Medium Cups pull 7 cm.
Hard Cups pull 10 cm.
How to Use
Begin by applying a very light suction for about 8 minutes at a time. Increase suction gradually and apply a liberal amount of your favorite Bellabaci Genie to the area to facilitate smooth movement. Squeeze the cup in the middle, and then place the cup’s lips to the skin and release. Use straight, circular, or zigzag movements to massage the area. Use daily for 10 minutes for best results.
To ensure that your cups last a guaranteed 5 years, wash with disinfectant liquid soap after each use. If the cup is left to stand with oil on it, it will harden. So be sure to promptly wash it after the treatment.
Do not use any mineral oil or mineral oil containing product with your cups.
Also note seasonal changes in temperature. If it’s too hot or too cold, it will affect the pliability of the cups. They will become harder in the cold and softer in the heat. To make them more pliable, place the cups in hot water. To make them harder, place them in the fridge for a few minutes.