Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Salonpas for the after holiday pains

Disclaimer:  I was given products in this post for the purpose of review.  I was not paid to write this review.  All opinions are my own

For any of my readers who may not know this, I have hyper awareness anxiety.  Pretty much what it means is that if I don't take my pills I am on edge... ALL THE TIME!  I lived most of my life with it, but I had to start taking medication when I stopped sleeping.  I made peace with the fact I need to take medicine to be normal
I still have little "quirks" though, as my hubby likes to call them.  One of them is that when a holiday is over, it is over.  Wondering what that means...  When the kids go to sleep Christmas night I take down all the decorations, take down the tree and put away all the gifts.  If I tried to go to bed with all these things still up and out I wouldn't be able to sleep.  As my hubby would put it, one of my quirks.
It is pretty safe to say that after a day full of putting gifts under the tree, cooking, visiting family, opening gifts and then taking down Christmas I am pretty sore.  Normally a hot bath before bed helps, but I still have those little aches.  That is where Salonpas comes in!

A stocking stuffer from Santa that is filled with Salonpas will reduce pain and may help to keep the holiday cheer! New, cost-effective solutions for pain management awaits aching sufferers with the introduction of the Salonpas® Lidocaine Plus Pain Relieving Cream and the Salonpas® Lidocaine Plus Pain Relieving Liquid. “Hisamitsu’s goal is to provide strong, safe, long-lasting pain relief through the use of affordable topical medicines,” says John Incledon, President & CEO, Hisamitsu America based in Florham Park, New Jersey. “We do this by concentrating and specializing in creating new research-driven medicinal products and formulations based on topical drug delivery systems. We developed the Salonpas® Lidocaine Plus Pain Relieving Cream and the Lidocaine Plus Pain Relieving Liquid with two powerful anesthetics: 4% lidocaine which is the maximum strength lidocaine allowable without a prescription and 10% benzyl alcohol which is fast-acting.”

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