Sarah Chapman

The Bodylift

1-Pack

£32.00

Sarah Chapman's Bodylift body massage tool is inspired by the unique Facialift face tool.

The Bodylift massager, with its 12 unique rolling heads and 72 massaging nodules helps encourage the lymphatic system to drain toxins and reduce puffiness from the body improving the appearance of the skin. The nodules massage deeply to ease muscle tension and stimulate circulation to help sculpt, smooth, tone and define.

Use with Overnight Body Treatment for silky smooth skin.

Tips for use:

  • Push and roll The Bodylift allowing the wishbone to seperate.
  • Good for upper arms, thighs, buttocks and calves.
  • To clean: Wash in warm soapy water.



Product Code: SRH0024

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