Irr Machine BD
Philips infrared light massager has been proven to effectively relieve muscular pains and stiff joints. This massager machine soothing warmth created by infrared light penetrates deep into the skin and stimulates blood circulation. As muscles are warmed they automatically loosen up and relax, reducing stiffness and helping your joint’s flexibility.
Philips infrared lamp gives pain relief for muscles and joints. Its 100 Watt infrared warmth is comfortable and penetrates deep into skin, improving blood circulation thereby giving relief for focused areas of 20×30 cm, Irr Machine BD.
Infrared light has been proven to effectively relieve aches and pains caused by muscular pains and stiff joints. The comfortable warmth created by infrared light penetrates deep into your skin, stimulates blood circulation and warms your muscles. As your muscles are soothed, they automatically loosen up and relax. Because it makes the tissue more pliable, warmth also reduces stiffness and makes joints more flexible.
The infrared heat lamp is ideal for colds and muscle tension. Irr Machine BD, It has a continuously adjustable shade, a timer with automatic switch-off and individually adjustable treatment time.
- Soothing heat
- For colds and muscle tension
- Continuously adjustable shade from 0 to 50 degrees
- Ceramic glass plate
- 100% UV blocker
- Individually adjustable treatment time with display
- Timer with automatic switch-off after set time expires
- Active ventilation
- Overheating protection
- Cord winder
- Medical device
The infrared lamp has a 3-level electronic timer and automatic switch-off.
- Soothing heat
- With 3-level electronic timer
- Switch-off function
- 5 angle settings
- Pressed glass bulb
- Treatment time display in 5 minute intervals
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