Acticare

Acticare

A proprietary electrostimulation device in which electrodes are placed at the top and bottom of the vertebral column.

There is little peer-reviewed data to suggest electrostimulation is particularly effective
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A friend recommended a gadget called Acticare TSE, which transmits short bursts of high-voltage radio-frequency energy to suppress pain signals.
HOW TO GET IT: Acticare TSE costs pounds 199.99 but you can get your money back after 28 days if you're not satisfied.
JM ActiCare INCI: silver chloride, titanium dioxide, diethylhexyl sodium sulfosuccinate, propylene glycol
HOW TO GET IT: Acticare TSE costs EUR305 but you can get your money back after 28 days if you're not satisfied.
Acticare TSE passes electronic pulses through your skin to the spinal cord, stimulating production of feelgood chemicals and blocking pain.
JM Acticare INCI name: diethylhexyl sodium sulfosuccinate, titanium dioxide, silver chloride and propylene glycol.