To Bruise or Not To Bruise

How many times have you banged some part of your body and thought begrudgingly that tomorrow there would be a mark? And how many times have you looked at some part of your body and wondered where that bruise came from? I know that I have been in both those situations. Not anymore.

Nikken is a well-established company that has been helping the world with magnets since the mid seventies. They have introduced a new product that not only works wonders but it is also completely affordable. The Nikken Power Patch is a revolutionary product that has many applications. Many people know of the effects that magnets have on things like muscle aches but I came across a new use. I had been using the Power Patches on my neck and shoulders and have friends who have had good results using them when their head hurt, so I knew they worked.

One afternoon I was sprinting across the garage and caught my leg on the handlebar of a bicycle. As soon as I did it, I had the thought “that’s going to leave a bruise”. Then I had another thought: Nikken Power Patch. I immediately went inside and stuck one right on the spot where my leg banged into the handlebar and left it there for the remainder of the day. The next morning I removed the Power Patch and guess what? No bruise. The area was not even tender to the touch. I was impressed. Now, anytime I bang an elbow or a shin, I head straight to my magnets. I have also had good luck in speeding the healing of small cuts and scratches with the Power Patches after the skin closed.

I’ll tell you another really cool thing about magnets. They work great for kids as well as adults. Anytime our kids fall down or get a bump, they ask for a magnet. And at only $49 for a box of 30 PowerPatch magnets, you can have some for the whole family.

Michelle Woodworth
Magnet User

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2 Responses to To Bruise or Not To Bruise

  1. paintedlady says:

    That's great to know. I've used them for achy muscles and headaches, but now I'll have to try them for bruises. Thanks for sharing.

    Annette

  2. paintedlady says:

    That's great to know. I've used them for achy muscles and headaches, but now I'll have to try them for bruises. Thanks for sharing.

    Annette

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