My tube of Arnicare Gel arrived early August and since that time I have had ample opportunity to use the gel and feel if it really works for pain. I have applied it to bruises, potential bruises, my aching muscles and an injury to the muscles in my foot about a week after I received the gel to sample. I found that Arnicare Gel really is easy to apply. It really is not greasy or sticky and it really does quickly absorbs into my skin.
The cooling affect for fast pain relief does happen too, though I didn’t feel it to the degree that I expected as I have felt from other pain medications. The difference between Arnicare and most other pain medications I have used in the past is that Arnicare is made with natural ingredients. Arnicare’s single active ingredient is Arnica Montana. Apparently Arnica Montana is a popular homeopathic ingredient too. When my mom stopped by to visit me when I hurt my foot she saw the active ingredient in the pain medication and let me know Arnica is good stuff.
Arnicare also works naturally with the human body. “There is no risk of overdose, no contraindications, no drug interactions, and no side effects when used as directed” (Communications Specialist, H.R). In addition, Arnicare does not contain artificial colors or perfumes and is paraben-free.
More information can be found at www.arnicare.com, facebook.com/arnicareusa, or twitter.com/ArnicareUSA.
The giveaway: One lucky winner will receive one tube of the 2.6 oz. Arnicare Gel. To Enter: Leave me a comment telling me what pains ale you. You can get extra entries for liking Arnicare on Facebook and also for following them on Twitter. As usual you can also get extra entries for following GGG through GFC, Subscribing via email, liking us on Facebook and following via Twitter. Be sure to let me know what you are following.
This giveaway will end on October 7, 2012. I will choose the winner using Random.org. Please leave a valid email address if it is not visible in your profile. The giveaway is open to US residents only.