26 February 2015

..::Review + Giveaway::.. Zim's Max Freeze Gel

My Review of Zim's Max-Freeze Gel

What is it exactly?

     From the website. . .
"Zim's Max-Freeze  provides a cooling sensation and utilizes a topical analgesic formula to deliver temporary relief to aching muscles and joints. Zim’s Max-Freeze is formulated with naturally-based ingredients including aloe, arnica, Vitamin E and tea tree oil. Available in gel, roll-on and spray applications. "


I was sent a 4 oz tube of the Max-Freeze gel from Zim's to review.  

The price for this  tube is $9.99.  Shipping varies by your zip code.

Packaging & Presentation of Zim's Max-Freeze Gel

This tube of pain relief gel arrived to my house in perfect condition.  There were no rips, tears, leaks, nor defects during shipment.  The tube is pretty cool, and it definitely grabs my attention.  It is white with blue and green accents.  The tube measures 6.75" x 2.5" at its widest points.  There is a lot of information on the tube, so read it carefully.

The front of the tube labels the product and brand.  It explains what it is used for, and ingredients and features of the product.  There are NO parabens, synthetic fragrances, sulfates, paraffins, DEA, petrolatum, or mineral oil in this product.  Also, they do not test on animals!

The back of the tube is informative, too.  The drug facts, uses, warnings, directions, storage information, and inactive ingredients are listed here.  The company's contact information is printed towards the bottom.  This product is made in the USA.

There is a lot number and an expiration date stamped into this tube.  The lot number is on the front, and the expiration date is on the back.

The tube has a flip-top cap, and it has a larger (.40") opening for the gel to exit the tube.

There is also a foil safety seal, so make sure you peel this off before use!

My Personal Experience with Zim's Max-Freeze Gel

I was so looking forward to this review!  I'm not old, but I do suffer from some pretty terrible back pain.  It's mostly upper-back (caused by stress), but sometimes my mid-back aches, too.  I've used a lot of things in the past-- Icy Hot, Bengay, Mineral Ice, etc.  They all work pretty good, but what I love about this Max-Freeze gel is that it is natural!

First, I want to explain its consistency.  It's definitely a gel.  It is colorless, but has a strong menthol-like fragrance.  Luckily, this vanishes after awhile.  It's a very soft gel, and it spreads easily and coats well.

Next, after I squeezed some out of the tube, I put it on my back.  It doesn't instantly burn, but it cools, and works its way up to a gentle relief.  I'm a person that doesn't mind the menthol fragrance, but if you are-- it goes away.  I love how it feels on my back.

Pros of Zim's Max-Freeze Gel
  • Totally natural!
  • No animal testing.
  • The gel is very soft and spreads evenly and coats well.
  • The menthol fragrance vanishes.
  • Comes in (3) different application methods-- gel, spray, or roll-on.

Cons of Zim's Max-Freeze Gel
  • I have found no cons of this gel.

I was absolutely impressed with the turnout.  It's a very comfortable cream that relieves the pain, but it doesn't burn your skin off while it works.  It's a decent sized tube-- definitely competitive in relation to the other tubes on the market.  I love the fragrance, but I think next time I might get the roll-on.  I prefer this brand over any that I have used in the past.

Are you wanting to get your very own Zim's Max-Freeze Gel?  Enter the GIVEAWAY! 

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Open to US entrants only. 
$9.99 ARV
Giveaway will end 03-04-2015 at 2359. 
No purchase necessary. 
Winners will be announced 03-05-2015. 
The winner will be emailed and given 24 hours to respond. 
If no response, the next winner will be chosen.

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DISCLAIMER:  I received the product mentioned above complimentary for review and testing purposes. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.  All opinions stated above are solely mine, and have not been influenced in any way.  I am disclosing this information in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.

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