10/20/14



In September, I told you about my personal challenge in fitness. I have kept up or tried to keep up with it as best as I have been able to. I admit I have missed a day or two here and there because the kids have been sick and so have I. It's hard to do squats when you're already lacking energy and sweating bullets. No fun. 


On the good days when I finally get back on my feet or after a rest day getting back into the exercise and the after affect can be a little hard. Muscles ache and burn that didn't before! It doesn't last more than a few hours to a day but it can be uncomfortable. 

What I find helps besides a rest day, ice or a long hot bath (the latter not being doable when you have three kids running around) is using muscle rubs or sprays. I have told you before how Deep Relief works to ease muscle tension and aches. Now there is a new member of the Deep Relief family giving you a quick way to get back to moving and doing whatever it is that you do. 


New Deep Relief Ice Cold Spray is similar to the Deep Relief Heat Spray except that it works to reduce pain from sore muscles and inflamation. It's easy to get quick relief by spraying it on the aread that hurts. Within a few minutes you feel a cooling sensation which will subside and your pain should be less. Just remember, like any spray always make sure to use in a ventilated area and not around children. 

Yet another option brought to you by Deep Relief! If you'd like to take a look at other products in the Deep Relief line, I have a review of that!

For more information about Deep Relief Ice Cold Spray please visit the official website here! Follow @mydeeprelief on twitter and like Deep Relief on Facebook for the latest updates!

Win it!


In celebration of new Deep Relief Ice Cold Spray, Mentholatum Company of Canada would like to give one AME reader the chance to win a Deep Relief Ice Cold prize pack which includes a variety of Dep Relief products including new Ice Cold Spray, a tote and a yoga mat! ($75 value)




Enter by filling out the giveaway ballot below!


Open to Canadian residents 18+ (excluding Quebec). Mandatory entry must be done for extras to count. One entry per household. Entrants are required to use a valid email address upon entering. Winners are required to fill out a prize claim form and answer a skill testing question to qualify.

By entering AME giveaways the entrant understands that his or her information will be shared with representatives of Mentholatum Company of Canada should his or her name be drawn winner for prizing purposes only. Privacy is important on AME. Click here for giveaway terms and conditions on AME.

GOOD LUCK


Posted on behalf of Mentholatum Company of Canada. Complimentary product provided. Opinions and comments on this blog are those of the author. 


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25 comments:

  1. I have tried their cooling gel and it really works!

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  2. I have not tried their products. I use a gel ice pack.
    My rafflecopter name is Julie G.

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  3. I haven't tried it but would REALLY like to. My go to right now is prescription medication.

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  4. I have not tried deep relief yet. Usually with aches and pains, I turn to an ice pack.

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  5. I have tried the heat spray. And does it work. When i usually have aches and pains I take tylenol and use a heating pad.

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  6. No, I haven't, my heating pad is what I turn to for aches and pains.

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  7. I have tried deep relief and I am a regular user when I have aches and pains, it is fantastic !

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  8. I have tried it on my sore muscles :)
    Marla

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  9. I have not tried it, My husband uses Tiger Balm but would love to try these products!

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  10. I haven't tried it and my go to is making my hubby give me massages!

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  11. I have not tried it. I usually use a heating pad to help

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  12. I have not tried Deep Relief. My go to is OTC pain meds.

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  13. No I have not tried it yet. Usually my go to is Advil and the heating pad. (Judy Cowan)

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  14. I have tried it before and it became my go-to remedy for sore muscles. Victoria Ess

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  15. Have never tried it before. My go to remedy is a hot bath, heating pads and Advil.

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  16. I have tried it before and its one of my go-tos next to a hot bath

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  17. I haven't tried Deep Relief, and right now my go-to for muscle pain relief is a hot bath, massage, and Advil.

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  18. I haven't tried it before. we have something my dad gave me one time. it is a roll on cold rub. not sure the name of it.

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  19. I use Deep Relief all the time. It's so relaxing when it heats up. I use it most often on my lower back. I'm expecting my first little bundle of joy and there's not much more I can do :)

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  20. I have used Deep Relief and it works. I have used it on my shoulder and my knee
    Florence C

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  21. I have not tried Deep Relief, usually use arnica cream.

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  22. I have tried deep relief before but not these products, this would be great for our achy muscles

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