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 massage - (fly_nimue_fly)
 
09:05pm 23/05/2010
 
 
why should we look either forward or backward? posting in massage
hey all,

i'm about to have my own practice for the first time and am trying to find certain products for as cheap as possible :)

my favorite products are biotone particularly the one with arnica and biofreeze, ...does anyone have a good website they can recommend?

thanks!
 
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 manifestress
 
01:09am 24/05/2010 (UTC)
 
 
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http://www.Massagewarehouse.com

Have you tried Jojoba oil?

I really dislike Biofreeze - there are a lot of better choices - it gets too "gummy" to be really workable.
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 kushielsfire
 
01:25am 24/05/2010 (UTC)
 
 
Nicole: massage
I guess it's not really that cheap... but. I'm a runner and if you are too, they frequently give sample sizes of biofreeze in our race-day goody bags. if you're going to be running the race anyway, it's a great carry-over. LOL, if not than the $25 or more race entry fee wouldn't be that great!

Good luck though, and congrats on your own practice!
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 new_shit
 
10:48pm 26/05/2010 (UTC)
 
 
This is the new shit.
I haven't been able to find Biotone for what I want to pay. There are other brands of cream that are cheaper at massagewarehouse.com, but I buy grapeseed oil from Trader Joe's when I do my grocery shopping. It really like working with it, and a little goes a long way, moreso than with cream. It's not a bad idea to have some cream for the feet though.
 
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