Freeze it Advanced Therapy Pain Relief Gel,360 Degree Continuous Spray
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  • I've taken some prescription medications as well, such as muscle relaxers, and those have worked, but I don't really like the idea of being dependant on medications to treat a problem I'm likely to have for as long as I'm working
  • I thought the spray was nice was nice, because it's often times hard to reach my back by myself and my husband doesn't always appreciate being asked to rub smelly creams in
  • The bottle says it's a vanishing scent , and I was happy to see that it really was
  • And I found it didn't make my clothes feel or smell icky either
  • Nice to carry with me, very convenient, and no mess


    • by Anasuya
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      Even as I sit here and type this, I do so in pain. I’ve had constant back pain for about the past year and a half. It started shortly after I began working at a new job after a seven year haitus raising my kids. I was always used to desk jobs, and suddenly I’m in a retail environment when I’m on my feet all day. It’s not the being-on-my-feet part that has done me in, but the up and down ladders carrying (awkwardly I might add) several heavy boxes, lifting them over my head higher than my 5 foot 2 inch stature can reach. I managed to over-extend my shoulder and pinch a nerve in my back, that little can help me with aside from physical therapy which I really can’t afford. I’ve been treating the pain with any variety of hot/cold packs, creams and patches, along with over-the-counter anti-inflammatory

      medications. I’ve taken some prescription medications as well, such as muscle relaxers, and those have worked, but I don’t really like the idea of being dependant on medications to treat a problem I’m likely to have for as long as I’m working.

      One product I’ve recently tried was the Freeze it Advanced Therapy Pain Relief Gel with a 360 Degree Continuous Spray. I thought the spray was nice was nice, because it’s often times hard to reach my back by myself and my husband doesn’t always appreciate being asked to rub smelly creams in. This spray does have a menthol-like scent to it, but I actually found that it went away fairly quickly. The bottle says it’s a “vanishing scent”, and I was happy to see that it really was. I didn’t smell like a medicine cabinet for the rest of the day, and that’s important to me when I have ...


      • to apply this stuff and then head to work. I certainly don’t want to be frightening off the customers because of my pain relieving sprays and creams. Mostly, I’ve had to wait until I’m home to use these kinds of products, but the spray and vanishing scent made it easy enough for me to use by myself, even in the middle of the day at work. And I found it didn’t make my clothes feel or smell icky either. I hated getting cream on my shirt when applying, but the spray really takes care of that, because it doesn’t glop on.

        It’s greaseless, too, so no stains, but all these positives might have something to do with the $15 price tag. Yes, that’s expensive, but I found it really lasted a long time too. I had the one bottle for at least three weeks, and I was using almost daily, and

        sometimes several times a day, when the pain flared up the worst. I was going through tubes of pain cream every week, so when you consider it that way, the price was actually worth it. Now as to wether or not it worked…. it did! I love the pain products with menthol in it, because you can really feel it going to work. And I didn’t have to rub it in. You can spray it directly to the area and wait for it to dry, and it starts working within seconds. Ultimately, I thought it was worth every last penny of the cost, and I definitely plan to buy this product again in the future. Nice to carry with me, very convenient, and no mess… and it works! It did start to wear off within two hours, but that’s still pretty typical for a cream too. With all the other perks, it was still worth it.




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