Review: Zim's Max-Freeze Gel and Maximum Heat Gel
You may have noticed Zim's natural products at stores like Wal-Mart, CVS, Target, Walgreens, Kroger, and more. Their products caught my attention because they say that they are good for people that are seeking natural products as a healthy alternative and that want temporary pain relief. I go running or use an exercise bike every day which is great for my health, but I occasionally overdo my exercise and later regret it when I end up with aches and pains. Zim's naturally-based products are great for me! There are two that I have tried:
- Zim's Max-Freeze Gel - this provides a cooling sensation for temporary relief to aching muscles and joints by using a topical analgesic formula. Some of the naturally-based ingredients that they use in this formulation are aloe, arnica, Vitamin E, and tea tree oil. My husband and I both tried this out and like the cooling sensation. It felt really good on my legs and I am relieved that I had this. (I rode my bike for 2 hours yesterday which was a bit much, but thank goodness for this gel!)
- Zim's Maximum Heat Gel is targeted to arthritis, stiffness, backache, strains, and sprains. The heat-based formula includes ingredients like aloe, arnica, Vitamin E, and tea tree oil. They recommend a small patch test to make sure that your skin is compatible with capsaicin. My husband and I tried it without any problem.
Do you have a go-to product for aching muscles and joints or stiffness, backaches, strains, or sprains?
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