Saturday, February 21, 2015

Zim's Max Freeze cools and relieves muscles with natural ingredients + Giveaway #MaxFreeze


Always check with your physician before starting any new topical product and specifically Zim's Max Freeze. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Consult your healthcare professional prior to use if you are pregnant, nursing, taking any medication or have a medical condition. Keep out of reach of children.
I work out hard 4-5 times a week with fitness camp/Cross-Fit type of regimens. I have been working out for years but that certainly doesn't exempt me from injuries or soreness. In fact, I get sore a few times a month depending on my workouts and schedule. It happens and the only alternative is to be a couch potato which I would never accept tee hee. My own momma still works out hard in her 80's so I have no plans to stop since she looks and feels fantastic. On the other hand, who wants to pop pills for a little lot of soreness here and there? A much better solution is to try a natural topical remedy like Zim's Max-Freeze. This is a portable option that provides a wonderful cooling sensation plus you get the added benefit of a topical analgesic formula. It gives me the temporary relief I need to relieve my sore muscles.

This would also be a great option for anyone with sore muscles or joints. I always tell all my friends though that you should check with your personal health care provider for any medical conditions before treating it on your own. Make sure that it is a good option for you. I do like that Zim’s Max-Freeze is formulated with naturally-based ingredients including aloe, arnica, Vitamin E and tea tree oil. Arnica is a natural ingredient that I count on personally for support with sore muscles. You can choose the formulation that works best for you too since it is available in gel, roll-on and spray formulations.

Zim's Max Freeze is a great for many personal needs including:
  • Sore Muscles & Muscle Sprains
  • Back, Shoulder, Neck Pain
  • Painful Ankle, Knee, Hip & Elbow Joints
  • Muscular Strains

You can pick up this Zim's Max Freeze online or in your local stores like Target or Rite Aid for easy shopping anytime. Meanwhile, don't forget to enter to win your own Zim's Max Freeze and let me know how it works for you. a Rafflecopter giveaway

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3 comments:

sweepmom said...

My husband and I are trying some new workouts which inevitably leave us sore. I would love to see if these products help provide relief.

Rebecca Moore said...

With a competitive cheerleader this would be a wonderful thing to have...

Laurie Murley said...

I have tried this before and really like this product

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