Relaxology Eyezone Massager (Pinhole Glasses) – Accupressure Technology
Relaxology Eyezone Massager Glasses May Help Support:
- Sore & Tired Eyes
- Eye Problems And Eye Pressure
- Onset Vision Loss
- Migraines And Tension Headaches
- Sinus Pressure, Pain, And Congestion
- And Much More…
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Relaxology Eyezone Massager
Massage away your sore eyes, migraines and sinus problems in just minutes with NEW ‘acupressure’ technology…
Soothe tired eyes from computer work, driving and studying in just 2-3 minutes a day…
Helps stimulate blood flow to the eyes, relieving eye problems and eye tension.
With the potential to also….
Help prevent bags and wrinkles forming around your eyes…
Clear nasal passages to relieve sinus pain and congestion…
Help delay the onset of age-related vision problems…
Spending hours in front of a computer screen or watching TV can leave your eyes feeling sore and heavy. But did you know there’s a revolutionary way to relieve this soreness in minutes? And that regular use of this technique can be used to bring additional results, which may include:
Relief from persistent sinusitis and other sinus complaints!
Helps prevent the onset of migraines and tension headaches!
Can significantly improve your vision – helping prevent nearsightedness!
Helps prevent eye bags and wrinkles around the eye!
Can delay the coming of presbyopia – age related vision loss caused by the loss of elasticity in the eye muscle!
Relief from nasal congestion and discomfort caused by colds and hayfever!
Helps people who have difficulty sleeping by reducing tension and fatigue!
Plus many more dramatic health benefits…
The Relaxology Eyezone Massager is a lightweight device you place over your eyes that massages away tension, pain, and soreness in 2 –3 minutes a day. All you have to do is sit back and enjoy the relaxing and therapeutic effects.
In fact, the effects could leave you shocked. In just a few minutes you can instantly relieve the soreness you experience from:
- Watching TV or playing video games for long periods of time
- Doing a job sat in front of a computer (VDU fatigue)
- Studying for exams or reading – especially in poor light
- Driving long distances