Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Camellia ® Warm Therapy Natural Pain Relieving Gel Review + Giveaway

I have had arthritis for years.  I was badly frostbitten as a child and so my hands and feet always act up and ache.  As I've gotten older, it's gotten worse.  Not only do I have to do with those aches, but not I get bad aches in my hips.  Aging gracefully? Probably not.

Thankfully I have found Camellia. I've tried all of those other brands and while they do give you some relief, I hate the greasy feel of them and the relief is short-lived. It's either freeze it or burn it, in my opinion.  Camellia has a light minty fragrance and comes in a large white tub.  The gel is more of a whipped cream  and it's just a nice white color.  When I first applied it, I was very generous.  It usually takes alot to get in deep.  At first, my skin tingled and I knew the camphor and aloe were cooling down my skin, but then in a few moments, a gradual heat rose, the soothing warmth of capsaicin and it was comforting and I felt my muscles begin to relax.  With that, the pain began to fade. 

It's non-greasy, absorbs fast and doesn't smell up the room like those other products.  I've learned since my first use that I don't need to be so liberal with the cream.  A little bit actually goes a long way, which in my opinion, makes this a very economical pain relieving gel.  

A bonus is knowing that this is made animal free, chemical free and is 100% natural.  I'm a big fan of this gel and I can't hype it up enough! Forget those other greasy smell brands that don't last long and drink up your money.  If you have arthritis, back pain, or any other joint pain, definitely pick up a jar of Camellia! My nightstand won't be without it again!!  Now, I just need to get some in a travel size for my purse.

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