Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Zim's Max Freeze Continuous Spray Review + Giveaway 3/27 US

I like to use topical pain relievers for my muscle ache and lower back pain before taking pain relievers because most of the time, they work to soothe my sore muscles after a workout. If, after a few days the pain is still there, that's the only time I take a pain reliever.

I've always used the cream based topical pain relievers and this is actually the first time I'm trying a spray type topical pain reliever. What's also nice is that according to ZimsUSA, the Zim's Max Freeze is formulated with naturally-based ingredients including aloe, arnica, Vitamin E and tea tree oil.

The Zim's Max Freeze is available in gel, roll-on and spray form. I chose the spray form to see how different it is from the cream-based topical pain reliever I'm using right now.
The Zim's Max Freeze Continuous Spray arrived in a white metal spray bottle with a continuous spray dispenser.

I tried spraying it and was a bit surprised at how fast it dispensed the formula. The Zim's Max Freeze has a cool, non-greasy and light feel which is very nice. There is a mild, not too overpowering menthol scent which vanishes after a couple of minutes. I'm not a fan of menthol scents but this smells better than other scented topical pain relievers.

The Zim's Max Freeze Continuous Spray also absorbs very quickly. I over-sprayed the first time I used it and in less than 2 minutes, the area where I sprayed the formula (my thighs which was a bit sore) was dry already. I neither have to spread the formula nor touch it because I was already able to spray the formula over the entire area on my thighs which is sore. After about 5 minutes, I felt a much cooling, menthol sensation on my skin which felt really nice because it masked the slight soreness of my thighs.

I love how easy this is to use and I love how effective it is. I like how I don't have to rub and massage the formula anymore on the sore part of my body. Just be careful the first time you spray it because since it's a continuous spray system, just a slight push on the dispenser will dispense a lot already

You can find out more about the Zim's Max Freeze Continuous Spray HERE.

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  1. The Zim's roll on caught my eye. I would use this on my shoulder that really bothers me.
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  2. I also want to try this product from their site; Heels & Feet Foot Cream

  3. The zim's vapor rub for when the kids get sick.