Ice or heat? Neither is very convenient if you’re on the move. Treat sore muscles with pain-relieving gels, balms, sprays, creams and liniments that you can use anywhere.
- Penetrates quickly to relieve muscle tension and soreness
- Temporary relief from minor arthritis
- Clean-squeeze dispensing
- Eco-friendly formula and packaging
Active Ingredients: Menthol 1.25% w/w, Methyl salicylate 10.0% w/w.
Inactive Ingredients: Glyceryl stearate (emulsifier), oleoresin capsicum (red pepper extract, provides heat), phenoxyethanol (preservative), stearic acid (emulsifier), stearyl alcohol (emulsifier), tropolone (preservative), water.
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T: a few months ago
I've tried many warming balms. This is by far the best one I've tried. It really warms better than the others! The added benefit is that it doesn't smell bad at time of application and it doesn't smell at all hours later. Some warming balms smell bad later in the day, which is annoying. Make sure to wash hands well after application; otherwise, you can unintentionally put it in your eye or something and that's uncomfortable!
Chanelle: about a year ago
Being that this is the first muscle relief/warming balm I've ever tried, I can't compare it to other brands, but I am happy with this product and it certainly does what it says. I suffer from rock hard, very tense shoulders and neck. I rub this stuff on at the end of the day and it really does relax my muscles and take the edge off. That being said, I am not sure if it is just my sensitive skin but the heat is INTENSE and took some getting used to. I love it now though!