What Is Head Massager Tingler
Have you ever tried the head massage tingler? If you did then you know all you need to know about it, besides the fact that it gives you a unique, thrilling sensation, as nothing else. It produces a long lasting relaxation, and it melts away stubborn headaches.
Is that simple, just rubbing a few wires on your head would produce these great sensations. How does it work? I try an explanation, but to be honest, I don't have any idea.
If you haven't tried the massage tingler yet, well it's time to do it now.
How Does the Massage Tingler work?
Does anybody really knows how the head massager works?
Here a few examples of what other Internet sources say about the head massager - tingler:
"This strange looking copper tool gently massages millions of nerve endings in your head and neck, and affects acupressure points."
How can you massage nerve endings?
"The makers of The Tingler say that it massages millions of nerve endings in your scalp, affecting acupressure points and giving you goose bumps that produce painkilling, stress-relieving, brain-awakening endorphins."
"The Head Tingler gently stimulates the millions of nerve endings on your scalp and neck, as well as acupressure points, helping to relieve stress!"
A more honest description, but still, acupressure points? Nah...
"The Tingler massages millions of nerve endings in your scalp and produces stress relieving, brain awakening, endorphin."
Again the nerve endings massage... And the brain-awakening endorphin...
"You'll feel as happy as Buddha, and there's no risk of going blind. Fan's swear by its stress-relieving abilities, claiming it even cures headaches."
I actually love this one
"Spider-Shaped Device that taps into your body's electrical fields."
Can we use it to jump start a car?
"The Tingler has exceptional healing properties, eliminating stress and tension. It is made from copper which acts as a conductor tapping into your electrical fields."
A little more creativity, please.
I know that this isn't probably the most interesting subject for a profit driven corporation to research on. But nobody cares to find out how a dozen of wires can generate such strong sensations?
Where to Buy a Head Massager Spider
What Do I think about Head Massager?
A Personal View about the Tingler
Where does the tingling come from?
I think that the tingling effect is produced by electric currents that discharge into our body, through the scalp. Nothing new until now.
Where does the electricity come from? From heaven?
The electricity is static electricity produced by the wires when rubbed against the skull.
Update: It looks like static electricity is not the source of the energy discharge. I have confirmation that it works on bald people too. On bald skulls the produced static electricity is very little compared to hairy skulls. So, it must be from heaven, LOL... Now I am completely disoriented, I don't have any logical explanation. Any comments from a scientist?
Why doesn't this work on other body areas?
Where did you try it? Be honest! It works on the skull only, maybe because of the lower skin resistance on this body area.
Does it Work on Bald People?
You tell me! I don't have any bald close friend to test it. This would give us a better understanding. I suspect that the results will be less spectacular with bald people, because the hair produces more static electricity than the skin, when it's rubbed.
Update: As you can see on the comments area, it does work on bald people.
My opinion is based on observation and common sense, and It might be very close to the real truth.
Do you have a funny story about the tingler? Many people report very weird sensations when they try it for the first time. For many it is just pure relaxation.
Tell us what do you think about the Head Massager Tingler?
Have you ever used it? If you haven't, would you buy one to try it?
A Colorful Head Massager
Kids Love the Tingler
Watch this baby getting a "massage" with the tingler. A strong sensation for the young guy, but he likes it anyway and he asks for more.
I remember my daughter being a toddler, used to lick 9 volts batteries. She would make, funny faces but she wouldn't give up her new toy.
I am sure, many of us have similar stories with tingling.
How does the tingler work? - How Do You Think the Head Massager Works?
How does the head massager works? It captures the cosmic energy or some kind of electric field?
I thought about a few explanations for the unique sensation given by the spider head massager. However, none of my explanation have any scientific basis, so I'll skip quack based opinions for now.
What is your opinion on this?
Or maybe someone did some research... Naah, too cheap of a device. Who would spend money on research, when the sales margin is so low.
Other Names for the The Tingler
One simple device and so many names.
Because the tingler didn't really have an international marketing campaign, there isn't an established name for it. People have been called it many names. Here are a few of them:
- Head Massager Spider
- Head scratcher massager
- Octopus massager
- The tingler
- Spider head massage device
- head tingler
- Head and scalp massager
- head massage tingler
My opinion on the tingler is based on my own observation and common sense, this means that I could be totally wrong.
If you don't agree with my opinions, contradict me.
Well, contradict me even if you agree with me, or just say something...
Do You Have A Story about the Head Massager?
swetha on January 26, 2016:
i'm not getting goosebumps...is that a problem??
lesliesinclair on October 07, 2013:
Well, it sounds like fun, since goosebumps are a tickle.
TapIn2U on July 22, 2013:
I have two at home and my dog loves it, too! Fantastic lens! Sundae ;-)
Maribel Taleghani Asl from Philippines on March 15, 2013:
Gadgets like this looks simple but are great at relieving stress.
L Olson from Northern Arizona on March 08, 2013:
That sounds like a great thing to have!
Ninche on February 26, 2013:
I own one & love it!
chickie99 on February 13, 2013:
i bought one of those in las vegas and love it!!
Dominique84 on February 07, 2013:
I love this baby!! Only thing, you got to get someone else to do it for you
Rosetta Slone from Under a coconut tree on January 14, 2013:
I remember when it first came out in Australia years ago. I used it and loved it (and he name it was sold under isn't too far from the truth! :)
MissJumpingCastle on December 22, 2012:
This looks great...I think I would love to have one.
anonymous on December 20, 2012:
I just love these they feel so good.
johnsja on December 11, 2012:
I think I would love this.
MrsNagrom on December 07, 2012:
As a Massage Therapist, I'm also looking for new ways to market alternative health treatments to my clients. In regards to this product, I've always wanted to learn more about it & now, I'm very interested in investing. Thank you for creating this Lens!
myspace9 on November 19, 2012:
I have this head massager tingler at home, but did only two-three timese. It's good.
ismeedee on November 13, 2012:
ooo my husband would appreciate this!!!
Howcanigetagirl on October 31, 2012:
OMG I didn't know this thing existed.... guess what's on my christmas list! lol
AbhishekKhandel on October 24, 2012:
I haven't yet tried this gadget, but I will as soon as I get the chance. It looks interesting, as well as relaxing :)Thanks for a great lens!
seegreen on September 23, 2012:
These gadgets are wonderful. I've never thought about why, I just know I love the feeling on my scalp when I use one.
anonymous on September 22, 2012:
This looks amazing, can you do it yourself or you need someone to do the massaging.
Peggy Hazelwood from Desert Southwest, U.S.A. on September 19, 2012:
I have used one of these and it feels great! I might just have to get one of my very own!
Skin-Health on August 11, 2012:
I bought a spider massager from this page and brought it to a party. It is crazy, I was in the spotlight for a couple of hours.
Andrej977 LM on August 03, 2012:
We have one! I don't know where we got it, but it is give me very good feeling!!Nice lens!!!
Little Linda Pinda from Florida on July 05, 2012:
My dad had one of these. It felt really good.
playercoach on June 29, 2012:
I NEED one of these!! I enjoyed your lens here, by the way. Nice job.
John Tannahill from Somewhere in England on June 29, 2012:
Somebody gave me one of these and I use it quite a bit. Very good.
julieannbrady on June 27, 2012:
Ah, I think ... nothing better than having my head massaged by a tingler by an Eastern European comrade! Love the stimulation!
glutenallergy on June 06, 2012:
My mother-in-law gave me one of these. They truly feel wonderful!
CanHealthInsure on March 14, 2012:
These head massagers make great tools for massaging those millions of nerve endings in your head and neck.
Wedding Mom on February 06, 2012:
Nice lens! Amazingly i have had this massage and i loved it! It was so relaxing and i would have it again.
Dorian Bodnariuc (author) from Ottawa, Ontario Canada on August 26, 2011:
@lbrummer: The tingler is nothing like a massage, is way different. You get the relaxation but only after the tingling. You should try it.
Loraine Brummer from Hartington, Nebraska on August 26, 2011:
I hadn't heard about the head massager until your lens. If it feels as good as it does when the beautician washes my hair, I think I'll have to try one. Just thinking about a head massage makes me want to take a nap-----now that's stress relief.