What is this?
Kinesiological teip & ndash; This is an elastic patch used to prevent and prevent injuries of varying severity, relieve inflammation, bruising, muscle fatigue, pain syndrome, and also for joint fixation.
Kinesio-teip was invented by the Japanese doctor Kenzo Kase in 1973 and was first used in 1988 at the Olympic Games in Seoul.
Since then, kinesiot-teips have been used not only by professional sportsmen, but also by amateurs, and have become widespread in everyday life, not related to sports.
- Universal and easy to use
- Support and fixation of joints
- Stress Relief in Muscles
- Help with dislocations, sprains and bruises
- Fixes the injured part of the body
- Improves microcirculation and lymphatic drainage
- Reduces edema and pressure on pain receptors
- Accelerates the recovery of muscle tissue
- Has many applications
- Can be used for a long time
- Approximately 30 uses of one tape
- Easily fixed directly to the skin
- Does not cause allergies
- Resistant to moisture, can be used in water
- Bright colors of tapes make the tap from a regular patch into a modern accessory
- Aesthetic and easy to hide under clothes
How it works
Kinesio-teip Kinexib is made from high-quality 100% cotton and covered with hypoallergenic glue, which is activated at body temperature. The cotton base does not interfere with the evaporation and respiration of the skin, and glue on the acrylic base allows you to use teip 24 hours a day 7 days a week (unlike traditional fixators that can traverse the injured area, so they must be periodically removed). With kinesio-teip, the movements become smoother. They can also be used in water sports.