Mentholatum Deep Heat Spray Reviews
Description:Dosage Form: Spray / Symptomatic relief of muscular pain, bursitis and tendinitis including rheumatic pain, strains, fibrositis, lumbago and sciatica. 150ml.
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by - written on 24/09/09 (Very useful, 368 readings)
When I was younger, Deep Heat spray was a foul smelling "something" that my Mum used to spray onto my Dad's legs after he had been out playing football! The name, Deep Heat, scared me somewhat as a child and I didn't dare mess about with it as a result. It's only been recently, in the last few weeks that I have tried this product, and it was reluctantly that I agreed to use it (due to my childhood memories sticking in my mind) to help the lower back pain I have been experiencing lately. The Deep Heat spray I have used was the 150g aerosol can which retails at around £2.69. You can also buy the Deep Heat brand product in a patch or as a rub. There are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/07/13 (Very useful, 86 readings)
I have a recurring bad back. I fell down the stairs almost two years ago now and it has never been quite the same since. I have the occasional twinge (I love how we naturally tend to use the word twinge when we actually mean agonising spasm) doing the most insignificant of things sometimes - like lifting the vacuum cleaner or reaching into a cupboard. The 'twinges' come unexpectedly and it is then that I reach for Deep Heat - widely available from most chemists and supermarkets for around £3 for 150ml. My husband swears by it. He used to play a lot of sports and found it helped him with muscular aches and strains. It contains methyl nicrotinate, 2-hydroxyethyl ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/06/13 (Very useful, 19 readings)
= Mentholatum Deep Heat Spray = In the batch of the lovely Snow, I went a gliding, I would like to say gentle like a swan, but more like a beached whale, nothing broken, as I was in the back garden and must have had a Guardian Angel as when I fell, my bum landed on the garden seat, but I strained the muscles in my leg. =So Deep Heat to the rescue= I have previously used deep heat on my shoulder after an injury and I found that it worked perfectly, so when Mr Thrifty went out to the supermarket next day, the found deep Heat added to the list. =Price and Availability= A 150ml can cost £3, but can be as in the £3 to £4 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/05/12 (Very useful, 333 readings)
A couple of weeks ago, I was suffering quite badly with neck and shoulder pain which was probably due to sleeping in an unfamiliar and more uncomfortable bed than my own for a long period of time. Being a runner, my boyfriend is used to having all kinds of aches and pains so he advised me to use this spray to help get rid of the pain. Although I didn't buy this myself, after looking around on the internet, it seems that a 150ml can will set you back around £3. Deep Heat claims to give fast acting relief from rheumatic pain as well as muscular aches and pains. In order to use this product, you need to spray between 2 and 3 sprays onto the area which is causing ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/11/11 (Very useful, 59 readings)
=== The product === This is a heat spray designed for treating rheumatic pain, muscular aches and strains. === The packaging === This comes provided in a red spray can. There is a plastic flip top lid and generally this comes in a 150ml can size. The packaging stands out, to me, because of being red and I find it very simple to hunt this down if I am perusing the supermarket aisles looking for it. The packaging is effective and the aerosol spray style button is simple to press down and releases a decent spray. === How to use === All you need to do is shake this and then spray it on to the required area. This is ... Read the complete review
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