Women Care Therapy Roller 經痛舒緩穴位香療筆
Women Care Therapy Roller 經痛舒緩穴位香療筆

Women Care Therapy Roller 經痛舒緩穴位香療筆

Regular price $195.00 HKD

女性自我照顧 x 穴位按摩滾輪 x 天然香氛配方




1. 只要輕輕按壓適當穴位,可達到抒緩安撫緊張情緒之作用
2. 藉著草本精油香氣,有利平靜安定緊繃精神
3. 改善更年期相關症狀,如情緒波動或潮熱等
4. 更可緩解經期疼痛的感覺
5. 當工作或外遊感到疲倦,可即時從口袋中拿出香療棒,快速緩解不適感





Women self-care x Acupressure roller x Natural Perfume
  • Introducing a travel therapy stick, exquisitely designed for the modern woman seeking an indulgent self-care experience. Imbued with an elegantly formulated soothing aroma, this stick ensures a captivating scent envelops you throughout the day.

Hormonal balance
Pain relief
Emotional support
Improved sleep
Bloating & nausea

  • For optimal effectiveness, we have combined the therapeutic benefits of natural aromatherapy and Chinese acupressure point application, following the principles of traditional Chinese medicine. This unique synergy promotes balance and harmony between the mind and body, providing a holistic approach to well-being.

  • Reclaim your inner harmony and regain a sense of self with our portable and naturally mood-balancing rollerball. Expertly crafted to support mood enhancement and alleviate cycle symptoms associated with menopause, perimenopause, and menstruation, this blend can help soothe menstrual pain, alleviate mood swings, and relieve hot flashes and other related symptoms.

  • We take pride in our 100% natural oils blend, which is not only vegan-friendly but also free from any harmful toxins.


Accupressure application : 

Accupressure is a type of traditional Chinese medicine that involves applying pressure to specific points on the body to relieve symptoms and promote healing. Here are a few acupressure points that you can use to help soothe premenstrual syndrome (PMS) symptoms:

  1. Spleen 6 (SP6): SP6 is located three finger widths above the inner ankle bone on the inside of the calf. Applying pressure to this point can help regulate the menstrual cycle, relieve cramps and bloating, and boost energy levels.

  2. Large Intestine 4 (LI4): LI4 is located in the fleshy area between the thumb and index finger. Applying pressure to this point can help relieve headaches, reduce stress and anxiety, and improve circulation.

  3. Stomach 36 (ST36): ST36 is located four finger widths below the knee and one finger width outside the shin bone. Applying pressure to this point can help boost the immune system, relieve fatigue, and improve digestion.

  4. Kidney 3 (K3): K3 is located in the depression between the inside ankle bone and the Achilles tendon. Applying pressure to this point can help improve sleep, reduce anxiety and stress, and boost energy levels.

When using accupressure, it's important to apply gentle pressure with your fingers, massaging the point for a few minutes at a time. You can also use a tennis ball or other object to apply pressure if necessary.

It's important to keep in mind that accupressure should be used as a complementary treatment and not as a substitute for conventional medical care. If you have any concerns or questions about your menstrual cycle or PMS symptoms, it's always best to consult with a healthcare professional.

Academic support : 

There have been several studies investigating the efficacy of combining acupressure and essential oils for the relief of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) symptoms. Here are a few examples:

  1. A randomized controlled trial published in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine in 2010 found that acupressure and aromatherapy massage were effective in reducing PMS symptoms such as bloating, headache, fatigue, and breast tenderness.

  2. A study published in the Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Research in 2013 found that the combination of acupressure and essential oils was more effective in reducing PMS symptoms compared to acupressure alone.

  3. A review of studies published in the Journal of Midwifery and Women's Health in 2017 concluded that acupressure and aromatherapy are safe and effective non-pharmacological options for reducing PMS symptoms.


  1. Ali, M., & Ali, O. (2010). Acupressure and aromatherapy massage in the management of premenstrual syndrome: a randomized controlled trial. Journal of alternative and complementary medicine (New York, N.Y.), 16(10), 1079-1085.

  2. Kim, J. S., & Kim, H. J. (2013). Effects of acupressure and essential oils on premenstrual syndrome in women. Journal of obstetrics and gynaecology research, 39(10), 1674-1679.

  3. Saeedi, H., Taghizadeh, Z., & Asemi, Z. (2017). Acupressure and aromatherapy in the management of premenstrual syndrome: a systematic review. Journal of midwifery & women's health, 62(6), 705-719.



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