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Biofreeze Pain Relief - Pump, 32oz - Lifeline Corporation
Biofreeze Pain Relief - Pump, 32oz - Lifeline Corporation
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Biofreeze Pain Relief - Pump 32oz

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    COOL SOOTHING RELIEF is the only natural pain relieving analgesic with ILEX, a herbal extract from a South American holly shrub. The ILEX works to extend the properties of the three analgesics contained in BIOFREEZE. The result is a deep, long lasting pain relief period and acceleration of the basic healing process through relaxation of stiff, aching muscles. 


    • Applies easier and penetrates quickly
    • Enhanced and more natural formula
    • Colorless (dye-free) options
    • Proprietary herbal blend
    • Effective skin conditioners
    • Greaseless and non-staining with vanishing scent
    • Manufactured in the US
    • Not tested on animals

    What is cryotherapy? 
    Cryotherapy is also called “cold therapy”. It includes using low temperatures to relieve pain, soreness, and swelling after injury or surgery. Examples of cryotherapy include ice packs, ice baths, and Biofreeze (which creates a cold sensation).

    What is a topical analgesic?
    “Topical” means applied on the skin (unlike oral pain medication), while “analgesic” means used for pain relief. All forms of Biofreeze are topical analgesics.

    What is Biofreeze?
    Biofreeze is a topical analgesic. The gel, spray, patch, roll-on, and cream can be applied to your skin providing cool relief and reducing your muscle and joint pain. The active ingredient in Biofreeze is menthol.

    When was Biofreeze invented?
    Biofreeze was invented in 1991 by a scientist who was looking for a way to relieve his grandmother’s arthritis pain. Over time, different forms of Biofreeze were created and a Classic and Professional line were developed.