Salonpas Pain Relieving Jet Spray
4.38 / 5 based on 53 Reviews
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When I had my back pain I bought a bunch of different muscle relief stuff. I used this on my mom and she said it was extremely cold. I used this too. I love sprays that spray well and evenly
I use the patches but I couldn't find them in the pharmacy that day so I tried this on my stiff neck it wasn't as effective as the patches but I did get some relief my husband also used it on his knee pain it didn't last as long as he would have liked but what does these days
I am a player and I run every day and occasionally I end up having muscle pain and this spray he was my savior it helps me he takes my pain instantly and I Super indicate it is the best spray for sore muscles I ever had
They didn't have the patches I usually use the day I went to the store, so figured I'd try this instead. It's an easy spray on, but BE PREPARED for an icy cold burst of air to hit you. It almost makes you flinch with how cold it goes on. But overall, it works just as well to relieve the pain.
This product works great for pain relief. It's good for strains, sprains, bruises, backaches and arthritis. Can apply to affected area 3-4 times a day. Don't use on open wounds
I have a very strong torn disc pain that this did not help much with at all but it did help with muscle pain but not a long time. was pricey for what you get
This feels great once applied. However, I don’t seem to get more then an hour worth of relief. I use it very frequently & find it expensive.
Please everyone try it for muscle ache! It's a Japanese product for kind of avoiding muscle pain. I played volleyball was a kid always use it. Even now!
The last few days my front of my knee has been in so much pain. I decided to use this product last night and wow what a difference. It worked wonders.
Works great! I love the spray. Easy to apply to any spot it's needed. Besides this brand and Bio Freeze they are the best brands
Q & A
Has anyone tried solanpas pain relief spray ? I have used the stick ons and those worked well, but wondering if the spray works the same? Let me know !
I just bought this product and it kinda works, but it works best when I mix it with tiger balm. Should I be mixing them ? Or should I just be more patient
Does anyone know the expiration for this product? I'd like to know how many months before I should dispose of the can and replace it.
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