Monday, December 5, 2011

BENGAY Cold Therapy Review

Do you suffer from aches and pains, especially from sore muscles? I know the older I get the more I feel it. When my back is achy, BENGAY is a great way to soothe those sore muscles quickly. And now they have a new Cold Therapy to help get those stubborn kinks out of your sore muscles.

BENGAY COLD THERAPYScientifically formulated gel that brings the powerful relief of cold therapy directly to alleviate pain
Product Benefits:Provides a fast-acting blast of cold and deep penetrating, long-lasting relief.
A vanishing scent that starts to disappear in minutes, making it preferable for daytime use.
Only brand to use PRO-COOL technology.
Same technology used by chiropractors and physical therapists. 
BENGAY Cold Therapy:
Available at food, drug and mass retailers nationwide.
Suggested retail price: $8.49 - $9.99, 4 oz. tube

Matt always likes the cooling stuff they put on his back with ultrasound at the chiropractors office. The new BENGAY Cold Therapy is similar to that. It's supposed to be the same technology that chiropractors use. Now you can get it at home without an appointment.

Matt recently used the BENGAY Cold Therapy. I helped him put it on his lower back. The gel is nice. I like the texture better than regular BENGAY. It rubbed in really easily and the strong menthol smell didn't linger long. Matt said he didn't feel the cooling effect last long, though, compared to regular BENGAY. He'd prefer dealing with the smell and using the regular. But I think this is a good option for daytime use, you know, when you don't want to smell like BENGAY all day long. Since the BENGAY Cold Therapy rubs in so well, you won't get that lingering smell.

The price might seem a little high at around $9 per bottle, but compared to similar products on the market I think it's reasonable. When you hurt and need something like this, the price doesn't really matter so much anyway. At least that's usually how it works with me. Ha!

You can find BENGAY Cold Therapy in stores all over the US. Plus they have a link to order from their website. And Amazon does carry it too. I think you'll find this a great product to keep on hand in your house for those aches and pains.

*Disclaimer: I received this product to review. All opinions are my own.*