Hi everyone, today I wanted to provide you with a review for another product I have found influential in controlling the pain and swelling of arthritis.
Pain relieving cream
I have used this product almost daily for 2 years now and have found it to be another excellent tool in combating pain and inflammation.
I do a lot of self-massage on the joint and have found this cream great to work with, it doesn’t instantly soak into the skin. It remains on the surface meaning you don’t have to use as much when massaging.
The cream has quite a strong menthol type smell that I personally quite like but I do appreciate that may not be to everyone’s taste.
You can experience a slight tingling sensation when applying the cream but it has never caused me any adverse effects. I have found it soothing and cooling and effective in reducing swelling, in turn reducing joint pain.
I usually use it in the morning and evening when massaging the joint.
This product at the minute averages 4.1 out of 5 from 115 reviews.
- Clinically proven to reduce joint swelling.
- Inexpensive when compared with other similar creams.
- All natural ingredients.
- Improves circulation.
- Does not quickly absorb into the skin, meaning a little can go a long way when massaging.
- Although it seems to have worked for the majority there is still some who have not found it useful.
- It does claim to improve circulation, I do think that is maybe more down to the rubbing action when applying the cream.
As stated above this is not something that has worked for everyone, though we do not know how often these consumers used the cream. I do think regular continued use is the way to go, I do believe massaging the joint whilst you apply it can bring greater pain relief.
This product gets the thumbs up from me as it has become so important in my daily schedule. I will leave you to decide if it is for you, but I would personally say at the price it is buying one tub and using it daily to see if you get any benefit is worth a try.
I do believe it will help as it has done for the majority of customers, but if you are of the minority that gets no relief then you haven’t broken the bank to find out.
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