The new Biofreeze Professional is based on the original Biofreeze formula and has optimized key ingredients based on scientific research to provide a longer-lasting experience, according to the brand's proponent, Performance Health. It also has a smoother application with fast absorption for relief from backaches, arthritis, sore muscles and joints, sprains, strains and bruises.
Biofreeze Professional is a safe and effective alternative to other pain relievers because it is non-systemic, non-narcotic, contains no NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs), salicylates or addictive substances.
Biofreeze Professional contains United States Pharmacopeia (USP) grade menthol to provide pain relief that works and is still free of parabens and propylene glycol, Performance Health said. There are a variety of application and size options – tubes, pumps, roll-ons, sprays and sample sizes – that can be used in clinic or by the patient at home.
Key Features of Biofreeze Professional:
• lasts longer*
• smoother consistency*
• easier to apply*
• penetrates quickly
• features a proprietary herbal blend
• Ffree of parabens and propylene glycol
• available in colorless (dye-free) options
• not tested on animals
• made in the U.S.A.
*gel and roll-on formulas – as compared to regular Biofreeze.
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