Menthol/m-salicylate 10-15% Top Cream

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Sonja Says:


Do you know where we can get this cream? I have back pain caused by arthritis and spurs in the spine. I also have knee pain from replaced knee surgery several years ago.



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Verwon Says:

This combination is actually available in several of the Icy Hot products, which are available over the counter in most stores as both this name brand and as generic formulations.

Have you tried it, yet?

Their website, icyhot.com even has a $2 off coupon that you can print to try their product Icy Hot Advanced.

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Bill Says:

if you are a Veteran.. you can get it at the VA .. they use a brand name called...
THERA-GESIC Pain Relieving Cream

or at most drug store's by the same brand name for around $4/$5 .... a 3oz tube



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Bond Says:

Google reliaderm cream and you will find the cream you are looking for.

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