8/31/16

Zim's Max-Freeze Patches - Review

Disclosure: I received product at no charge in exchange for my honest review.
I don't like pain. Since moving to Hawaii, I've been much more active and I'm finding that I am using muscles I haven't used in years. We went snorkeling in Hanauma Bay and my calves hurt for days afterward. Even swimming in our condo pool for a couple of hours made my shoulders ache. I've been so thankful to have these Zim's Max-Freeze Patches!
Zim's Max-Freeze Patches come in three sizes - medium, large, and extra large - so you can choose the size you need for the area of pain and soreness. Each one comes individually wrapped so you can toss one in your gym bag before you even leave the house. The individually wrapped packages come in a tube so they don't take up much room in your medicine cabinet either.
Zim's Max-Freeze Patches contain lidocaine and menthol to provide targeted pain relief that will stick with you. Just peel the backing off the patch and apply it right where you need relief. The outer side is a soft flexible fabric that even bends when you do. The patches have a very light scent that isn't overpowering. The patches also contain aloe vera, arnica, ilex, vitamin E, and tea tree oil.
Zim's Max-Freeze Patches work great on my aches and pains! The best part for me is the ease of application. The peel and stick application is much less of a hassle than rubbing on lotions or potions, and no more sticky hands. Plus, they don't contain parabens, sulfates or coloring, and they are made in the USA!
Visit www.zimsusa.com to learn more and to order Zim's Max-Freeze Patches!

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1 comment:

  1. Arnica is great for healing. So smart to have that in the patches as well. Thanks for the review I will have to go pick some up.

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