Monday, March 2, 2015

Zim's Max Freeze Review + Giveaway

When my muscles are hurting I don't like to take Advil or Aleve unless I have to. So when I was able to review MaxFreeze I was super excited. It's an topical cream and not a pill. I have used similar creams so I was very excited to see how this one works.

Zim's is a white cream that goes on very smooth and absorbs in a mater of seconds. So there is no mess. There was a nice cooling sensation for only a few minutes after I applied the cream. That worried me because how will it work if not cooling me. But then I noticed my neck wasn't hurting anymore.  So it gave me complete relief in minutes. My relief was long lasting because it was gone for the rest of the night.

It is completely odorless, yes no odor i was so happy when I noticed that.  I hate smelling like BenGay or other rubs. So I could wear this to the gym and no body would ever notice.

I got the squeeze tube but Max Freeze comes in a roll on and a spray as well.  Zims has a lots of other awesome products as well if you should check them out.

Now you have the chance to win a Max Freeze of your own, isn't that awesome! You know I have to give you the rules so here there go:

Entries will be accepted from  3/2/15 - 03/17/15 at midnight

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I received this product complimentary in exchange for my honest opinion but the opinion expressed is all mine. Regardless I only recommend products I feel are good for my readers.


  1. I tend to massage my neck and shoulders a lot when they are sore. I also have a TENS unit which helps too.

  2. I like a nice hot bubble bath with epson salt and if I can get a massage from my husband that helps too. If really bad I use icyhot or something along those lines.

  3. I usually soak my sore muscles in a warm epsom salt bath. I have used BenGay on really sore muscles.

  4. I try to get a massage or take a nice warm shower.

  5. I do a little stretching, it's simple to do and it works pretty well :-)

  6. I usually relax my sore aching muscles by taking a nice hot shower!

  7. I use a muscle relaxer to relax my muscles.

  8. I usually try ice or a heating pad

  9. I usually put something on them and use a heating pad

  10. I usually relax my sore muscles by soaking in a warm tub for about half an hour.
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