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Tuesday, January 17

Stop pain in it's tracks with Salonpas


I've used Salonpas products in the past, but it's been awhile. And now after receiving an assortment of their current products I'm asking myself "Why?". They are amazing and work so fast when I'm having my lower back pain. I had forgotten just how good they were until I put my first pain relief patch on and felt the almost instantaneous relief. By putting the medicine right at the site of pain, bypassing the stomach and liver, Salonpas can use less medicine to deliver an effective dose. For me that's a big deal because I'm not big on using pain medicines as it is. Salonpas is actually the only FDA-Approved OTC Patch on the market. Which to me says something about them and the quality of their products. I also like that they last so long, many times pain relief products say they have extended relief but wear off after 4-6 hours causing you to need to take more. I just don't want to be "drugged up" so to speak on pain meds all day long for relief. Not when I can apply a Salonpas patch right to the problem area and get the relief quickly and for an extended period of time.

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Topical pain relief patches are now the fastest growing method for pain relief in the USA. Patches are applied right at the site of pain, so they don’t have to travel through your stomach and get processed by your liver before they start to work. They come in a variety of forms and sizes, so regardless of where your body pain is, there are products that are designed to fit. There’s no need to worry about incorrect dosing or side effects; it’s an effective and safe plan for pain management.

Salonpas® is the #1 brand of patches in the world, and the largest marketers of pain relief patches in the USA. Hisamitsu has the only OTC pain patch on the market that has gone through the FDA’s new drug application process, so it’s been tested and approved for sale using the same methodology required of a prescription drug. And the Salonpas® Pain Relief Patch and Arthritis Patch are the only products in their class that can claim up to 12 hours of relief for mild to moderate pain!

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161 comments:

  1. I use OTC medications when I have pain

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  2. I use a heating pad thats it

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  3. I've used the Solanpas original patches, but would love to try their other products.

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  4. I take Advil and use the heating pad.

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  5. I take Excedrin and use a heating pad

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  6. If I am having a bad day I take a pain pill cover up and try to relax in to sleep.

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  7. My family helps me with back massages and that's about all I do but I could use more help. I have a hard job and my back hurts a lot.

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  8. heating pad and motrin. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  9. I just take Walmart brand pain relief. Thank you for the entry.

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  10. Tracy ShaferJanuary 17, 2017

    I use Salonpas back patches.

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  11. Usually take motrin for pain.

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  12. I usually just take some Ibuprofen.

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  13. I use Salonpas and heating pad.

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  14. We use a cold pack or a heating pad now. These Salonpas would be wonderful for body aches and pains.

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  15. I take lots of Aleve and using a heating pad.

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  16. I take motrin and use a heating pad.

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  17. Right now I rely on pain meds for my arthritis and osteoarthritis. Would love to be able to try the Salonpas product line.Sheila

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  18. We occasionally use Salonpas patches and we also use a spray.

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  19. I take Aleve and use a microwave heat pad for pain.

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  20. I broke my pelvis 6years ago and I have rheumatoid arthritis. I still have issues from the pelvis break. Most of the time I use OTC pain relievers and hot showers. I have tried muscle rub as well.

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  21. I try to take it easier, when in pain, and sometimes a heated rice bag.

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  22. I mostly take Ibuprofen for pain relief

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  23. I take Advil and use the heating pad for pain.

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  24. Occasionally I'll need to take an Advil.

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  25. I usually take Advil and use Salonpas
    Thank You

    Fiona N

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  26. I take advil and take a lot of hot baths or use heating pad

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  27. Right now I go and get a cortisone shot every 4 months.

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  28. I use ibuprofen and/or a heating pad.

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  29. I either suffer through it or use a heating pad.

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  30. I tend to ice, take ibuprofin and maybe use freeze away. This sounds so much better though!

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  31. I use Aspercream with Lidocaine, and of course Salonpas!!

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  32. We have a few SalonPas patches left. We also use motrin, aleve and a heating pad.

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  33. I 'd love to try this for my lower back. Right now I use anti-inflammatories and a heating pad.

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  34. My husband needs this; he takes a lot of Aleve for his back pain.

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  35. My pain medication and ben gay and ice packs then heat rotate every 20 minutes

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  36. I take medicine.

    mia2009(at)comcast(dot)net

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  37. melissaandkeith millerJanuary 18, 2017

    Heating pad and aleeve.

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  38. Cassandra HuberJanuary 18, 2017

    I have psoriatic arthritis and nothing has been helping, not even prescription medications. Aleve quells the fevers and inflammation and icy hot relaxes the pain for now.

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  39. I usually take pain killers.

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  40. I use my heating pad. (jozywails@gmail.com)

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  41. I usually take Advil for aches

    tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

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  42. I am using medications and some kind of a patch right now but not this brand. I would love to give it a try and see how it works.

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  43. Right now, I typically take Motrin for pain relief.

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  44. I sometimes use Ben Gay when I am going through a day of aces and pains. Would love to give this product a try.

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  45. I usually take advil for everything but would love to try the pads!

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  46. I use Ibuprofen and a store brand pain cream.

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  47. The chiropractor really helps me, but really need something to ease the discomfort when I can't get there!

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  48. I usually take a couple of aleves and jump into a hot shower and try to sleep when i can.
    @tisonlyme143

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  49. I take tylenol and use a heating pad!

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  50. I use a heating pad or soak in the tub.

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  51. I usually don't take anything, only in extreme pain do I take generic acetaminophin.

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  52. I take Tylenol and massage.

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  53. I use Icy Hot and take motrin

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  54. I take ibuprofen for pain and heat packs.

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  55. Warm bath and heating pad.

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  56. Right now I use Advil, ice and spinal injections. Even with all of that I still have back pain and am willing to try other means to control it until I hit on the right combo for me.

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  57. I take ibuprofen and use a heating pad. I've started running/jogging, and my back is having problems keeping up sometimes.

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  58. I use Tylenol and a heating pad

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  59. I use the Salonpas pain relief patches..have never tried their other products

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  60. I usually just take some Ibuprofen.

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  61. I actually use Salonpas (usually the Spray), along with a natural pain reliever. I don't like taking the drugs that the doctors push so I stay away from all those chemicals.

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  62. I use Tylenol for headaches, Advil for lower back pain and a heating pad when things get real bad.

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  63. I use OTC pain reliever and hot baths

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  64. I take Tylenol for my aches and pain.

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  65. I take ibuprofen for my aches and pains (and I have many..lol)

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  66. I usually take Neproxin (generic Aleve) for body pain.

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  67. I use Salonpas, heating pad, pain meds, hot shower.

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  68. get a massage

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  69. I use the Salonpas pain patches when i have severe pain in my back and they are awesome. Shelia Hall sheliarha64(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  70. I usually take ibuprofen and use a heating pack

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  71. Usually just a heating pack!

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  72. I take over the counter pain killers and have a massage.

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  73. I use a hot pack and tylenol.

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  74. I use a heating pad or soak in a hot tub

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  75. I use back patches from CVS and take pain reliever.

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  76. Lots of stretching and either Advil or Tylenol

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  77. I take headache meds, occasionally a shower or some icy hot depending on the severity of the pain. FYI DO NOT shower then apply icy hot!! I felt like my skin was melting off.

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  78. A pain reliever and a heating pad.

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  79. This would be for my husband, he usually just deals with it and relaxes and gets off her feet after working on concrete floors all day. mindy_delisi@hotmail.com

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  80. I mainly use Advil and a heating pad and occasionally use a prescription anti-inflamitory.

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  81. I use organic turmeric.

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  82. Aspirin and heating pad. Would love to try salonpas!

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  83. I take meds, use ice packs to help me sleep and icy hot non-stop!

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  84. I use ibuprofen, or heating pads right now for pain.

    ellen beck on form

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  85. a heating pad and ibuprofen

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  86. Ibuprofen usually but I have used Salonpas in the past when the pain is really bad. Karen D

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  87. If I am having a bad day I take a pain pill cover up.

    agnesye@hotmail.com

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  88. i use a pain pill and heating pad

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  89. My son uses a heating pad for back pain.

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  90. Now I use pain relievers like Naprosyn and a heating pad to reduce my pain.

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  91. I just tough it out and use a heating pad. I don't like to take pain relievers, so these would be a great option!
    addictedtorodeo at gmail dot com
    Ashley C

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  92. I use Tylenol and ice packs to help relieve pain.

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  93. I use Salonpas patches.

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  94. I usually take ibuprofin.
    Thank you for the giveaway.
    Happy New Years!

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  95. I take advil and use topicals like bengay

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  96. I will use the heating pad for pain

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  97. I normally take a hot bath and some tylenol. It always does the job.

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  98. Right now we do heat and ice along with OTC medication.

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  99. I use over the counter generic Tylenol or Excedrin.

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  100. I primarily use a hot water bottle, then OTC aspirin or Motrin if still indicated. unfortunately a water bottle requires one to be in a stationary location... not easy with an almost three year old running around.

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  101. I use a heating pad for lower back pain

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  102. I use over-the-counter medication, Icy Hot roller, Thermacare Heat Wraps and a Copper Fit Sleeve for an old elbow injury. Thanks for the giveaway! :)

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  103. I take pain reliever and stretch.

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  104. I use Tylenol or Aleve for minor pain. We also use Salonpas on our backs.

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  105. I take hot baths in peppermint bath salt

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  106. I use a heating pad and take Tylenol.

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  107. I take medicine and get lots of rest. Brittney House

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  108. I take Tylenol occasionally.

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  109. I use motrin or ibuprofen for pain.

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  110. I use hot compresses and Advil.

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  111. I usually take motrin for pain. Occasionnally I use the tylenol pain strips that heat up.

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  112. I usually take some Advil and a nice warm bath to help with pain.

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  113. Currently, I take over the counter pain relievers for occasional pain.

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  114. i normally take aspirin for pain relief from time to time.

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  115. We love Ben Gay and the cheaper generic phamacy versions of it. Thanks and God bless! ILuvTheEucharist (at) aol.com

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  116. I use Aspercreme and a heating pad, and rest my hands when they start to hurt.

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  117. A couple ibuprofen does the job for me.

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  118. I take medicine right now for pain relieve

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  119. I take a pill that has aspirin, acetaminophen and caffeine.It works well for me Rosanne rosans4@comcast.net

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  120. I mostly use heating pads.

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  121. I currently use Tylenol and icy hot.

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  122. I take Advil most often or sometimes Tylenol I'd like to try this thanks for the chance!

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  123. I take Motrin and use heating pad.

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  124. I use Ben Gay and a heating pad.
    Laurie Emerson

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  125. I use arthritis cream or a heating pad.

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  126. Sometimes I use a heating pad.

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  127. I dont know what to use now

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  128. Right now I am using Advil and icy hot for my pain now!

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  129. I drink a bottle of wine lol..

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  130. I use ibuprofen, but I like Bridgett's idea lol

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  131. I pretty much just lay down and relax for my lower back or lay back on exercise for my sore knee.

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  132. I really don't do anything for pain, I've lived with arthritis pain in my knees & ankles for years. If it gets really bad I hunt up the tylenol.

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  133. I am pain meds and I also use heat and ice to help with the pain.

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  134. I use ben gay, heating pads, and a tens unit.

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  135. We use over the counter medicines and heating pads or soaks.

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