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Sculpting Self-Care: Mastering the Art of At-Home Body Cup Massage

Using an at-home body cup for self-massage or other wellness purposes can be beneficial for improving circulation, reducing muscle tension, and promoting relaxation. Here's a general guide on how to Daily Habits' Body Cup:

Step 1: Apply Oil 

Our cup needs to be used with an oil or lotion for it to glide properly across the skin. This is key for the cupping session to work smoothly. We love pairing our Body Cup with our Blossom Body Oil Our body oil provides a rich dose of antioxidants to nourish, hydrate, protect and brighten the skin. 

Step 2: Create Suction

Squeeze the body cup to expel the air, then place it on the desired area of your body. Release your grip to create suction. The cup should stick to your skin. You may feel a gentle pulling sensation as the cup adheres to your body.

Step 3: Move the Cup 

Once the cup is in place, you can start moving it around. There are different techniques you can use:

  • Gliding: Gently slide the cup along your skin in straight lines or circular motions. Keep the cup in constant motion to prevent bruising.
  • Stationary: Leave the cup in one spot for a few seconds to several minutes, depending on your comfort level. This can help release tension in a specific area.
  • Pulsing: Slightly release the suction by pressing down on the cup's edge, then quickly reapply the suction. This can create a pulsing sensation and help stimulate blood flow.

Step 4: Be Mindful of Sensation

You should feel a gentle pulling and stretching sensation, but using excessive suction or applying too much pressure can cause discomfort or bruising. It's important to listen to your body and adjust the pressure accordingly.

Step 5: Duration and Frequency

Start with shorter sessions, around 5-10 minutes, and gradually increase the time as you become more comfortable. You can use the cup a few times a week, but avoid using it on the same area every day to prevent overstimulation.

Step 6: Post-Session Care

After your cupping session, gently remove the cup by pressing down on the skin to release the suction. Wipe off any excess oil or sweat and apply a moisturizer if desired. If you have any discomfort, redness, or bruising, give your skin some time to recover before your next session.

Remember, if you're new to cupping, it's a good idea to start with caution and consult with a healthcare professional if you have any underlying medical conditions or concerns.

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