OK, now we've done it...
Out of all the pain relief creams we have tried, we finally found the one that works the best.
It's called Reliaderm, and it's available exclusively from your friends at Wisdom And Health.
Up to 3x the pain relieving power for better, faster pain relief
It's all in the formula.
Compared to other products, Reliaderm simply has more pain relieving power.
3x more Menthol than BioFreeze...
Nearly 2x more Methyl Salicylate than Bengay...
And, the warming power of capsaicin, which is not in Bengay nor Icy Hot nor BioFreeze.
But you're probably wondering:
"Is Reliaderm right for my kind of pain?"
Reliaderm is perfect for all kinds of muscle and joint pain, such as:
Lower back pain
Why bother with a prescription pain relief cream when you can use Reliaderm?
You can't beat a roll on pain reliever
Unlike some of these other products, Reliaderm comes in a handy roll on.
So you can apply it right to the spot where it hurts without touching the product...and without wasting product that stays behind on your hand!
So you can use it sparingly because a little goes a long way!
Wisdom And Health has negotiated a special price from the manufacturer, so you save money
So here's the deal...
For a limited time, you can get Reliaderm for the low price of only $19.99.
But once we sell out, that price will go up.
Grab a 3 ounce bottle of Reliaderm and roll that pain away...today!
And, by the way...
Here's a video that describes Reliaderm in all its pain relieving glory!
What's Wrong With Prescription Topical Pain Relievers?
There are three major problems with prescription topical pain relievers.
Note that they typically contain diclofenac, a powerful anti-inflammatory that's also available as an oral and injectable form (by prescription only, of course).
So the first problem is that topical prescription pain relievers like diclofenac have some major side effects.
Don't take our word for it.
Read the label!
Second, diclofenac is difficult to get through the skin.
So these topical diclofenac creams don't work well because very little drug is actually penetrating the skin and getting to the muscle or joint where it hurts.
No penetration = no efficacy
Third, it can take days for pain relief to begin.
This is because of the skin penetration problem mentioned previously.
Eventually, if you use these presciption products long enough, you'll build up enough in your skin so that some starts to get through.
So it will likely work, but it will be slow.
And who wants a slow pain reliever, anyway?
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I use Reliaderm for muscle pain?
Absolutely! You'll love the combination of roll on massage with the pain relief from Reliaderm.
How fast will it work?
That's hard to judge, since it depends so much on your particular pain and medical condition.
We generally recommend trying it for a week or so.
If it reduces you pain to the point where you are taking fewer pain pills, then it's working. Stick with it!
Can I use Reliaderm if I am allergic to aspirin?
Methyl salicylate is chemically related to aspirin. So it is possible that if you are allergic to one, you may also be allergic to the other. We recommend talking to your doctor or pharmacist about this.
Will Reliaderm reduce inflammation?
Methyl salicylate is an excellent reducer of inflammation. So it's a great option for swollen, painful knees, ankles, and elbows. So if you want to reduce inflammantion and pain, Reliaderm is definitely a better option than BioFreeze and similar products.
Warning: If you have a sensitivity to aspirin, please consult with your physician before using this product.
Other Ingredients: Acrylates Copolymer, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf (Aloe Vera Gel) Juice, Aqua (Deionized Water), Cetyl Alcohol, Ethylhexylglycerin, Helianthus Annulus (Sunflower) Oil, Isopropyl Microstate, Phenoxyethanol, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Stearic Acid, Triethanolamine.
Manufactured by ICON Health Services, Norwalk, CT.
Posted by Wild Bill on Jan 9th 2016
Handy roll-on application, heats up quick, relief in approx. 10 minutes after application. Where has this been hiding?
Instant Pain Relief
Posted by Unknown on Jun 23rd 2015
I used Reliaderm for my lower back, and the pain subsided right away. It's more effective and more comfortable than wearing a patch. It dries quickly and is very easy to apply. I highly recommend it!