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Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Salonpas Review and Giveaway



SALONPAS® brand patches were first introduced in 1934, and their outright efficacy propelled our company to the position of market leadership that we currently hold today. SALONPAS® was developed through the application of Asahi Mankinko, the prototype therapeutic patch we introduced back in 1903. The original product gained quick acceptance and was considered cutting edge technology in its day. Thanks to sustained research and input from everyday users, our products continue to evolve. Moreover, our company has expanded the culture and use of patch treatment. Hisamitsu continues to develop and refine therapeutic patches that are safe and easy to use.

I received a selection of Salonpas products at no cost in exchange for my honest review.


My Review

Pain is something I am intimately familiar with. I have Fibro, Arthritis and a few other issues to boot. I am always looking for easier and more natural ways to get some relief. I really don't like to take a lot of medication because I have chemical sensitivities and I hate the side effects. I was sent a variety of the Salonpas products to try. I received 2 different types of patches, the gel and the spray pain reliever. My main pain issue is my back. These patches from Salonpas were great. I was able to put them on, they last several hours, and I really did get a bit of relief. They didn't irritate my skin like some products do, and they stayed where I put them. The gel and the spray were great too because I could target a specific area and get almost immediate relief. No skin irritation occurred with any of the products, and I have pretty sensitive skin. These products are a great alternative to excessive Tylenol and Motrin or other medications that can have side effects like drowsiness and upset stomach.





Salonpas is giving away $100 worth of products to one lucky winner!

37 comments:

  1. I usually just suffer through it or take over the counter medicines like ibuprofen. I'm allergic to other pain meds.

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  2. I typically just deal with my pain. Havdnt found anything that works great.

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  3. For pain relief for my back and neck, I do use heating pads and different types of pain gels and Advil.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  4. I use ibuprofin and a heating pad for my lower back pain. It works OK but not when I need to be up and walking around.

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  5. Currently use a heating pad and way to many pills.

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  6. The "thera" line, ice and head pads
    tvollowitz at aol dot com

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  7. i have a heating pad i use for my back

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  8. I use Excedrin or ibuprofen right now.

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  9. I mostly just use acetaminophen and ibuprofen for pain. Occasionally, we'll use ice packs or heating pad.

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  10. I use Tylenol and hot and ice packs

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  11. i actually use salonpas. every day. at work.

    danielle marie xdanimarie(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  12. i have a heating pad, for my back

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  13. I currently use hot compresses and otc pain relievers for pain relief.

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  14. I use Real Time gel and Tylenol arthritis pain tablets. And a heating pad.
    Thanks for the contest.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  15. We currently use Aleve and either a heating pad or an ice pack depending on the pain.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

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  16. I use prescription pills and muscle relaxers, not that they appear to be helping.

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  17. I use Advil and a heating pad!
    ptavernie at yahoo dot com

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  18. we use Tylenol and Advil. sometime we use heating pad.

    leevimommy2014(at)gmail(dot)com

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  19. I use advil, ben gay, arnicare, and heat wraps

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  20. I use Icy Hot or BioFreeze along with ibuprofen.

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  21. I use heat wraps, Motrin, Ben Gay and a heating pad.
    Laurie Emerson
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

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  22. As a marathon runner I often use a shower massage after training sessions and a heating pad . I'd love to try this product line. Rene Chartier (medicus0911)

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