Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Salonpas to the Rescue for Mother’s Day - Review and Giveaway


For mom’s who are suffering from pain, a Mothers’ day gift filled with Salonpas® will reduce pain and be appreciated by Mom!  I invite you to consider including the Salonpas suite of products in your Mother’s Day gifts.  

The developer of the first and only FDA-approved OTC topical pain reliever, Salonpas products are used by virtually anyone who is suffering from mild to moderate pain – even celebrities.  Without entering the pay-for-play celebrity branding world, Salonpas products have been independently touted by Kris Jenner, Al Roker, Kristin Chenoweth, Angie Harmon, Erika Jayne, Nicole Eggert, and Lena Dunham to name a few!



Salonpas offers a full product suite that includes Salonpas HOT, Salonpas Lidocaine Plus Pain Relieving Liquid, Salonpas Lidocaine Plus Pain Relieving Cream, Salonpas Lidocaine Pain Relieving Gel-Patch, Salonpas® Pain Relieving Patch, Salonpas  DEEP Relieving Gel, Salonpas Pain Relief Patch Large, Salonpas  Pain Relieving Gel-Patch Hot, and Salonpas Pain Relieving Jet Spray.

By putting the medicine right at the site of pain, bypassing the stomach and liver, Salonpas can use less medicine to deliver an effective dose. Try it and see for yourself that Salonpas offers powerful relief when and where you need it.

I'm no stranger to Salonpas.  I've received and used it in the past, especially on my mother when she was alive and living with me.  She suffered with pain, and Salonpas helped ease that.  As much as I hate to admit it, I'm not getting any younger.  And with the rise in age comes the rise in aches and pains.  I don't have any chronic health problems but do suffer from joint and muscle pain from time to time.  Even more, my husband is on his feet all day and works hard as a custodian in the church.  I'm not saying we're a bunch of living fossils but we have our fair share of hurts between us.

Salonpas is a leader in external analgesic products, and I like it as much now as I have in the past.   The company name Salonpas comes from its active ingredient, Methyl Salicylate.  Methyl Salicylate passes through the skin and goes directly to the site of your pain, right where it hurts.  Their products are intended to provide symptomatic relief of conditions where pain is present.  Gels, patches, and sprays are formulated to administer pain alleviation.  I'm a fan of the entire line but my favorite is the Salonpas DEEP Relieving Gel.  It feels good when it's being applied and makes my body instantly feel better.

As with any other pain relief products, there's precautions to follow.  It's important to read and follow directions for each product.  Salonpas does not take the place of the importance of seeing a doctor but their products can and do provide temporary relief for aches and pains.  I, along with others in my household, have benefited and felt the relief.  Salonpas is an alternative for pain sufferers who prefer to avoid the use of oral OTC pain relief medication labeled for only minor aches and pains. Unlike an oral medication, the active ingredients in Salonpas® is absorbed through the skin and go directly to the pain site.

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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.
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35 comments:

Maryann D. said...

I generally suffer from herniated disks in my back and neck and rheumatoid arthritis.
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Suburban prep said...

I have had Fibromyalgia for over 25 yrs and I have a the after of DVT so I wear a compression garment. I tend to have muscles that do not know how to relax as much as I try.
My back and my neck and down my legs.

kellyr78 said...

I usually get neck or lower back pain.

nickieisis3 said...

I usually have lower back pain

An Apel a Day said...

I don't suffer from many. Just internal: Asthma. But my husband has a sore back, and crazy his elbows hurt a lot. It's probably working on big heavy sculpture. My Mom had Polio a few years before they got a vaccine, so she could use this as well. Lots of pain in her legs and back.

Mya Murphy said...

I have severe epilepsy caused by several brain aneurysms. I am prone to falls, and I can honestly say according to how I fall, where I fall..it just depends on where the pain will be.

Kim Avery said...

The majority of my pain is my neck and shoulders.

Lisa Williams said...

it depends on the day,I have lower back pain,pain in my shoulders and neck.

jerseygirl137 said...

I mainly suffer from lower back and hip pain. This sure would be a big help.

jjmon2012 said...

It would be easier to say where there is no pain :-)

knees, back, neck, hips :-)

Rusthawk said...

Lower back and shoulders, and love SalonPas!

aperry said...

Lower back and shoulder.

Jessy Yarrell said...

I suffer from foot and knee pain.

Steph said...

I do a lot of boxing and interval training so most of my aches are sports related. Shoulders, knees, lower back etc.

Pam said...

Shoulders, neck and upper back - ouch!

Shelly Peterson said...

I get a lot of neck and back pain

Jessica Peeling said...

In my legs from walking and my neck from being at the computer at work

bison61 said...

I get pain in my back and knees

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latanya t said...

back aches

Charmz Accio said...

Getting up there in age and muscles hurt from my arms to my shoulders.

Shelly Leatham said...

Let's see...I have aches in my legs, knees, ankles, back, neck and shoulders. I could certainly put these to good use!

Renee said...

Knees sometimes and hands/wrists--Salonpas works great on both areas though! And they smell strong but I love the smell.

DEBIJOT said...

I have lower back pains. These products should help.

Unknown said...

I have lower back pains.

Jessica To said...

I struggle with back pain.

Stephanie said...

i get back pain

Stephanie said...

i tweeted: https://twitter.com/misssteph84xxx/status/1253943495578079233

katy said...

I have pain in my lower back from years ago when I tripped over my cat and ended up on the tile floor in the bathroom.

MichelleCat said...

From my wrists to knees, groin and back. Every day is an adventure. Fan of Salonpas, love their products!

macatoa said...

Almost three times,I have upper back pain, in my knees and wristle. It seems to me that i attract the pain when outside is cloudy and rainy weather.

Dawn Ballo said...

I have constant shoulder pain and upper back pain.

Kathy Eyre said...

My lower back and left knee are the two worst!

Kayla klontz said...

I suffer from lower leg, knee, and back problems.

starzine said...

I would say the shoulder area.

ae minx said...

I work in healtcare so we move around a lot and do a lot of physical labor. My shoulders and lower back seem to feel the brunt of the aches and pains.