Saturday, June 27, 2015

Real Time Pain Relief - Review and Giveaway

I received products for review.  The opinions within this post are of my own and I was not influenced in any way.  Please do your own research before purchasing products or using services.  Your opinions and results may differ.
My mother, bless her heart, has had a horrible year with health issues.  She was diagnosed with lung cancer in September, has been hospitalized several times, and recently learned that the cancer has spread to her spinal area.  It's a never ending battle. 
 
Mom lives with me and every day she bring out her pill box of "Skittles" and takes her daily prescriptions.  Although she pretty much has to have all those pills, she tries to go other routes at times to alleviate pain.  She doesn't want to have to pop a pill every time she is in pain.
 
Since receiving products from Real Time Pain Relief, my mother has been using them often.  Although her pain is never completely gone, she is very impressed with how Real Time Pain Relief helps alleviate the aches and pains.

Real Time Pain Relief is a family-owned and operated American company with all products made in the USA. The company’s topical pain relief lotion, known for being the best-smelling rub-on, provides natural pain relief to people with arthritis, back pain and muscle strains. Over the past 17 years, RTPR has introduced several new products to market based on the specific needs of their customers, including Real Time Active, Real Time Skin Rescue, Real Time Foot Cream, Real Time Hand Cream and convenient travel packs. Real Time Pain Relief is an FDA registered OTC, pain relief product. It contains a proprietary blend of 19 natural and herbal ingredients, such as Aloe Vera, Arnica, Capsicum, Chondroitin, Emu Oil, Glucosamine, Menthol and MSM. The lotion uses a low level of Menthol – only 1.25% – to avoid buildup of Substance P in joints and throughout the body.

We received both a tube and a roll-on of Real Time Pain Relief.  My husband mostly uses the tube for his feet and knees.  My mother uses it on her stomach.  It is not greasy and doesn't require a lot for application.  The roll-on is mainly used by my mother.  She likes it because her grandkids can roll the healing properties on her back without having to actually touch it themselves.  It's like getting a therapeutic massage.  Like I said, the aches and pains aren't completely alleviated.  But we like that the ingredients aren't harmful and we haven't seen any side effects from them.  We also like that the products provide a form of relief.

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One person will win a 3oz Pain Relief SELECT Roll-On and a 4 oz Squeeze Tube of Real Time Pain Relief. (Total ARV $40).

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22 comments:

Suburban prep said...

I have fibromyalgia and trigger point pain.

Heather! said...

How timely; I have had back spasms the last three days that are killing me! Muscle relaxers put me to sleep and ibuprofen doesn't quite cut it. I'd love to try something topical.

j1man1r66 said...

I generally suffer from elbow and ankle joint pain!
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Michele P. said...

arm pain mostly, I have had 5 surgeries on my right arm and I use it for work and at home.

JaimeLovesStuff said...

I am so sorry your mother has been battling lung cancer. I am glad she is able to live with you! I lost my mother to small cell lung cancer in 2006- it was just terrible seeing her go through it. I hate cancer. :(

I have a lot of shoulder pain, so I will have to look for this!

DEBIJOT said...

I occasionally suffer from back and knee pain.

Maryann D. said...

I suffer from neck and back pain often.
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heymissvirginia said...

I hurt my shoulder years ago and am alway in pain from it. I also have lower back pain.
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VickeC said...

i have pain in all my joints,,but mostly my left knee and right shoulder

wen budro said...

I suffer from aches and pains in my joints, neck and shoulders, and my lower back sometimes.

bison61 said...

I suffer from pain in my knees

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finallystayathomemomma.com said...

I have shoulder pain and knee pain.

Melissa Storms said...

I have lower back and hip pain. I think it would help with the hip pain because it is not the joint it is nerves and the skin feels like it is burning, so a topical may help.

alissa apel said...

Sinus pressure. My husband has back problems.

Xty C said...

I suffer from lower back pain

Jerry Marquardt said...

My hip suffers major pain from an auto accident I had in the past.

Renee said...

Knee, foot, wrist, hand--you name it, it hurts :) Lots of folks in my family have arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis, so I am just thankful that my pains come and go and don't generally last a long time. I could be much much worse off!

Ken Ohl said...

knee, wrist and back. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

Nancy said...

Sometimes my knees ache.

Nancy
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Leela said...

Chronic pain.

Sue Hull said...

I have chronic pain in my back,legs,muscles and bones at times.I can't take anything for pain because I'm allergic to narcotics.I need to find something to just take the edge off.Has your mom ever tried Gabapentin? It's for neuropathy,which I'm sure your mom suffers from.Thank you for the chance :)

lilyk said...

neck pain and back pain