These personal massagers will ease your aches and pains — and they're on sale for a limited time

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Skip the massage appointment and give yourself heated shiatsu relief with these massage devices. (Photo: Yahoo Lifestyle Shop)

Everyone likes to pretend that summer is the most relaxing time of year. But, truth be told, many of us are busy cramming in as much work and exercise as possible before we leave for a much-needed — and well-deserved — vacation (or staycation!).

You don't need me to tell you how stressful that can be — your own mind and body will let you know with aches and pains from your back to your feet.

The solution?

Treat yourself to some much-needed T.L.C. during this trying time with at-home massage sessions. Sure, you could book a spa day or two, but then you won't have money left for vacation. Instead, let one of these Shiatsu massagers do the trick.

And since they're all on sale, you'll still have plenty of spending money left over to indulge during your time off.

Belmint Heated Shiatsu Kneading Massager

Four different massage nodes will leave you feeling like a weight has been lifted. (Photo: Yahoo Lifestyle Shop)

If your muscle pain doesn't discriminate between body parts, do yourself a favor and grab one of these Belmint Heated Shiatsu Kneading Massagers. The U-shaped design lets you use it anywhere on your body, and with four Shiatsu-inspired massage nodes and a built-in heater, it's like treating yourself to a day at the spa any time you need it. Plus, at just 3.25 pounds, you can bring it with you wherever you want. Just beware of the jealous stares.

Shop it: Belmint Heated Shiatsu Kneading Massager, $45 (was $69.99), lifestyle.shop.yahoo.net

Belmint Heated Shiatsu Foot Massager

A built-in toe control panel makes operating this device easy. (Photo: Yahoo Lifestyle Shop)

With all the running around you're doing this summer, your feet can really take a beating — especially if you insist on wearing flip-flops 24/7. This compact foot massager will help those barking dogs get some relief.

Designed with powerful kneading Shiatsu massage nodes and a built-in heater, the five massage presets will help relieve chronic pain, muscle tension, plantar fasciitis, and more. Oh, and you don't even need to bend over to operate it. Your little piglets can push the buttons for you.

Shop it: Belmint Heated Shiatsu Foot Massager, $100 (originally $140), lifestyle.shop.yahoo.net

Belmint Heated Shiatsu Pillow Massager

This portable shiatsu massager targets areas in your neck prone to aches and pains. (Photo: Yahoo Lifestyle Shop)

Between hunching over your computer and staring at your phone, you probably suffer from what the internet likes to call "text neck." It's fine, we're not judging you. It happens to everyone these days — even children!

Fortunately, you can combat that pain and stiffness with this Belmint Heated Shiatsu Pillow Massager. It uses pressure techniques over acupuncture points to bring you the relief, relaxation, and comfort those aching muscles need.

Shop it: Belmint Heated Shiatsu Pillow Massager, $47 (was $60), lifestyle.shop.yahoo.net

Shiatsu Portable Back Massager with Heat

Get a full back massage right at work with this portable massager. (Photo: Yahoo Lifestyle Shop)

Boss getting you down? Working overtime? For the days when you need to chill out at your desk, look no further than this portable back massager.

It's not tethered to wires, so you can easily set it behind you in your office chair and alleviate the stress, soreness, stiffness, and pain those long work days cause. Oh, and don't forget to turn on the built-in heater for extra relaxation.

Shop it: Shiatsu Portable Back Massager with Heat, $50 (was $130), lifestyle.shop.yahoo.net

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