Natural Pain Relief Body Rub
CryoDerm cryotherapy products provide fast-acting, deep penetrating, long-lasting pain-relieving cold therapy that is clinically proven.
Use CryoDerm® for soft tissue injuries, muscle strains, sprained ligaments, neurological conditions, arthritic bone, and joint conditions, tendonitis, neuritis, bursitis, neuropathy, neuromas, and plantar fascistic.
The secret of this pain reliever is it's deep-penetrating, long-lasting cold sensation, and natural ingredients such as arnica (to reduce swelling), Boswellia (for anti-inflammatory and anti-arthritic actions), eucalyptus (for its warming properties and anti-bacterial nature), ilex (to loosen joints and reduce swelling), menthol (to activate peripheral cold receptors), MSM (an essential healthy tissue found in joints), peppermint oil (for its anesthetic properties, purified water and SD-Alcohol 39-C (an all-natural distilled grain alcohol for external use only). CryoDerm® Gel can be used in place of massage creams and oils for myofascial release, trigger point therapy, transverse friction and deep tissue.
CryoDerm is 100% colorless, dye-free, paraben-free and gluten-free.
If you prefer a warming lotion, try Cryoderm Heat here!
CryoDerm Cold Therapy products contain Purified Water, SD Alcohol 39-C, Arnica, Boswellia, Eucalyptus Oil, ILEX, Menthol, Peppermint Oil, and Dimethyl Sulfone.
CryoDerm cryotherapy products provide fast-acting, deep penetrating, long-lasting pain-relieving cold therapy that is clinically proven. Use CryoDerm® for soft tissue injuries, muscle strains, sprained ligaments, neurological conditions, arthritic bone, and joint conditions, tendonitis, neuritis, bursitis, neuropathy, neuromas, and plantar fasciitis.
CryoDerm offers a cold sensation to counteract feelings of pain. The ingredients used in the product activate The Gate Control Theory, in which CryoDerm’s cold signal beats the pain signal to the brain. Without the feeling of pain, the muscles can release their contraction, allowing blood and oxygen to flow back into the injured area. With oxygen, energy production through the Krebs Cycle can continue, and the venous and lymphatic drainage systems can work to remove metabolic waste buildup. Without the buildup of metabolic waste, the feelings of pain decrease, and the cycle has been broken!
When we are injured, a pain signal is sent to the brain to communicate the injury. This pain signal causes the muscles in the area of injury to involuntarily contract and remain contracted as a guarding mechanism. This sustained contraction causes an ischemic condition (decreased blood flow and oxygen supply) as well as decreased lymphatic drainage.
The lack of oxygen in the area means that energy production using oxygen (Krebs Cycle) cannot be completed. This causes a buildup of metabolic waste products including lactic acid. The buildup of waste products creates more pain signals and cramping, which begins the cycle again.