This large cupping set is made from the highest quality, medical-grade and platinum cured silicone on the market in a 60 hardness! Some people call these mushroom cups, accordion cups, pancake cups...we call them the Base Cups as they are the most popular silicone cupping massage cups used around the world. The large cupping cups are perfect for cupping massage at home or in your clinic.

 

This product listing is for a set of 2 of the Large Base cups only.

 

These cups are made from a medium hard, custom blended silicone compound created specifically for Global Cupping. Coming in at a 60 hardness level, this silicone cupping set provides a medium level of suction, making them perfect for both dynamic / massage cupping treatments using a gliding/sliding technique as well as for static / stationary techniques. The 60 hardness level makes these cups perfect for professionals to use when incorporating a combination of massage cupping and stationary cupping and they also work incredibly well for cupping therapy at home!

 

The medium silicone level means that there will be a mid-level amount of suction, making them versatile for both your movement / massage based cupping techniques and your static / stationary techniques.

 

  • When the Large silicone cups are your 'go to' during treatment - no need to buy a whole set!
  • There are 2 of the Large Base Cups as part of this 'set'.
  • These cups are easier to control when using them for sliding/gliding dynamically as well as for static/stationary applications.

 

This item is for a set of 2 Large cups only. Each cup measures 3.5" x 4.5"

 

Silicone Hardness - These 2x Large cups are a 60 degree hardness silicone. For a lower level of suction, check out our Large Base Cup in the 55 hardness level!

 

Large Base Cup - 60 Hardness

SKU: Base-2LgCups-60
$14.99Price
  • The Large Base Cup - 60 degree hardness works especially well for stationary/static techniques as well as gliding/sliding techniques.

     

    To use, place the cup on the skin by squeezing or pressing on the cup to create the negative pressure required to create the seal - using a massage lotion or oil will assist in creating a proper seal.

     

    Once the cup is sealed to the skin, you can slide it back and forth (gliding/sliding technique) or leave it in place for several minutes to provide deep stimulation to the underlying tissue (stationary/static technique).