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Fast Freeze Spray


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Freeze pain from any angle with this accurate, quick drying spray.   Read More

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Penetrating and Fast Acting Pain Relief

Fast Freeze Spray provides topical pain relief for larger areas of aches or for reoccurring pain. Simply point and squeeze on the affected area, and then rub it in. The natural Fast Freeze formula will immediately treat sore muscles and joints by dulling the pain with a cooling sensation - easing your aches and soothing your muscles. Perfect if you need fast relief for muscle aches, joint pain, back aches or minor arthritis.

Fast Freeze Spray is used to alleviate the following:

  • Joint Pain
  • Muscle Pain
  • Simple Backache
  • Arthritis
  • Strains
  • Bruises
  • Sprains

Product Features... and the benefits you'll experience!

  • All Natural Formula
    Includes Menthol, Aloe, Vitamin E, and Ilex
  • Fast Acting Relief
    Invigorating cooling formula provides immediate relief for muscle aches and joint pain
  • Easy to Apply
    Spray on the affected area and simply rub in the solution
  • No Mess
    Invisible formula keeps skin and clothes clean

Available in 4 oz. - $11.99, 16oz. - $33.99

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A little better than the average product...

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This product works a little better than the average pain rub. I don't like the spray but can't find the rub locally. What's the point of spray application if you must still get it on your hands to rub it in? Plus, it disperses into the air no matter how carefully you spray it, I don't think I'll buy it again unless I find a rub-on option locally.
Posted on February 12, 2014