HOPE COMES WITH 8 NATURAL INGREDIENTS TO RECOVER FROM PAIN!
The ArthritisHope Pain Relief Cream penetrates through the skin to target arthritis in your joints, bringing a fast relieving sensation.
It can be used for any type of pain:
o Menthol 3.7% (Active Ingredient) - Considered a natural local anesthetic that provides deep penetrating pain relief and cools the skin.
o Arnica Montana Extract - Powerful anti-inflammatory component that increases circulation and speeds recovery. Arnica Montana or Mountain Daisy is a flower that has been used for centuries as a natural pain reliever and today is the most popular homeopathic medicine to treat pain.
o Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) - Promotes or increases the nerve functions.
o MSM (methylsulfonylmethane) - Especially popular as part of an arthritis diet and supplementation plan to treat arthritis or osteoarthritis/degenerative joint disease since it helps form connective tissue and repair joints, tendons and ligaments.
o Ilex Leaf extract - Natural caffeine that increases circulation in the joints it is also a great skin conditioner.
o Tea Tree Oil - Has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties that penetrate the skin and naturally accelerates healing by desensitizing irritated nerve endings.
o Vitamin E - Anti-inflammatory, Enhances Blood Circulation, Skin Hydrating
o Aloe - Anti-inflammatory, Softens and Hydrates Skin
-The cream was designed to use daily from 3-4 times daily to recover from pain. As your symptoms improve, you can reduce the frequency of applications.
-Apply and massage the cream onto affected areas
-Wash your hands before and after you apply the cream
-Never touch your eyes or mucous membranes when you have arthritis cream on your hands
-If irritation occurs or if notice your skin is sensitive to the product, stop using the cream
This cream will help to relieve joint pain when applied to the skin. It can provide short-term but effective relief. Our cream tends to work best on joints that are close to the surface of the skin, such as the joints in the hands or knees.
If you have questions or concerns, talk to your doctor.