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This In-Home Massage App Made a Fan Out of Paris Hilton

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In addition to Soothe, Zeel is another on-demand massage app for people who simply can't be bothered with visiting spas and spots to work their knots out. But what sets Zeel apart is that they can deliver treatments (Swedish, deep tissue prenatal, couples) to your home or hotel in as little as an hour. Oh, and Paris Hilton is a big fan.

Over the holidays the teacup pup-obsessed heiress Instagrammed her love for the app, claiming that "they have the best masseuses." Said massage therapists are fully licensed and thoroughly trained by the Zeel team to ensure that you're satisfied whenever you book with them: seven days a week, 365 days a year, as early as 8am and as late as 10:30pm.

Zeel launched in LA last August and just launched in Palm Springs today (need a pre-Coachella rubdown)? Download the app for iPhone or Android and use code RACKEDPALM25 to score $25 off your first Zeel massage in Palm Springs or LA!
· Zeel [Official Site]
· SoCal's Soothe is the Uber for Massages [Racked]
· LA's Best Massage Spots for Budget-Friendly Rubdowns [Racked]