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Friday, August 23, 2013

Zim's Max Freeze Review and Giveaway


Zim's® started over 60 years ago with the creation of Zim's Crack Creme® by a pharmacist in Austintown, Ohio.
Today, the Zim's® brand has expanded to over 25 products ranging from lotions and cremes to pain relief gels and diabetic care items. The Zim's Max-Freeze® brand provides an affordable topical pain relief gel that emphasizes the use of natural ingredients such as Ilex Flower and Aloe Vera.

I got 2 products from Zim's to try in exchange for my honest opinion

My Review

If you follow my blog regularly you know I have Fibromyalgia and Arthritis. I still have 2 little boys and a house to take care of though, so I can't always let it slow me down when I need to get things done. I've tried a lot of different products out there to help with pain and muscle soreness and so on. A LOT. Every once in awhile I find a product that actually helps and makes some difference. Thankfully Zim's seems to be one of the ones that works. I will tell you that this does have some smell to it, but it's not nearly as awful as some other products I've tried. It's a menthol smell and I happen to love the smell of menthol. Now nothing will make me feel completely better. I get by by getting enough relief to be able to do what I need to. When I have good days I try to do fun stuff with my boys. This product, Zim's Max Freeze, has helped me have some better days lately. It works really well to relieve some of my muscle soreness in my back and legs. My husband works a hard physical labor job and he's been using the Zim's on his shoulder that bothers him and he says it works great and gives him relief. We are very happy with Zim's and would definitely purchase it again!

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10 comments:

  1. I would use this for my back and ankles.

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  2. I would use it for my wrists. I think I am developing carpel tunnel from all of the typing I do everyday.

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  3. My hands always get sore! I need this!

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  4. that sounds like it would be great for my wrists. Oh the carpel tunnel is getting to me.

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  5. I could use this for my lower back, it hurts quite often

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  6. I have been using a product that my acupuncture gave to me Zheng Gu Shui which has really helped my pain, which you can buy over the internet. Also try Devil's claw, a natural supplement

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  7. My husband could use it for his back :)

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