One of our most popular formats, the gel-dispensing tube is particularly well suited for hands- on massage application to both large & small muscle groups.
Available in a range of sizes, depending on usage need.
The massaging roll-on stimulates trigger points in smaller muscles & joints.
Provides zero-mess, hands-free application
Carry in your bag to combat pain on the go.
For people who struggle to apply topical pain relief to areas like the middle of the back
Delivers uncompromised relief even when sprayed upside down
Ideal for people with limited mobility, resulting from conditions such as arthritis.
Our trusted cold therapy formula works quickly to override pain by stimulating the cold receptors in the skin by evaporation.
Whether you want to support your clients in managing their pain safely, keep up with your grandchildren or make it through a full 90 minutes football match. Biofreeze cools the pain.
Biofreeze is scientifically proven to reduce the user’s symptoms of pain twice as much as those who don’t use it. Plus it doesn’t come with the same risks as an oral painkiller.
*CHRONIC PAIN AFFECTS BETWEEN ONE-THIRD & ONE-HALF OF THE POPULATION IN THE UK, CORRESPONDING TO JUST UNDER 28 MILLION ADULTS. THIS FIGURE IS LIKELY TO INCREASE IN LINE WITH AN AGING POPULATION.
BIOFREEZE PROVIDES: Targeted pain relief Free of NSAID‘s which carry greater risk Available without a prescription Application doesn‘t restrict movement
BIOFREEZE BLOCKS THE PAIN SIGNAL
BIOFREEZE IS KNOWN AS A TOPICAL ANALGESIC
A topical analgesic is a product applied to the skin to relieve pain. Ice is a traditional application, but Biofreeze gels, sprays and roll-on are all topical analgesics which provide cold therapy direct to the source of pain without the associated mess or inconvenience.
HOW DOES BIOFREEZE PAIN RELIEF WORK?
Our skin contains lots of receptors which pass information to our nerve cells. These nerve cells are responsible for regulating our perception of the pain and travel along the spinal cord towards the brain so that they can be processed. These signals are then interpreted by the brain and the body reacts to the stimuli in the form of pain.
However, there are means by which these pain signals can be superseded by cold sensations administered by topical analgesics like Biofreeze. This theory is described as ‘Gate Control’ which asserts that when the body is damaged, pain signals are not automatically able to reach the brain. Instead they have the pass through ‘gates’. Biofreeze prevents the pain signals from passing these gates and reaching the central nervous system for processing by the brain. Instead a cooling sensation is felt at the site of pain.
*Fayaz A, Croft P, Langford RM, et al. Prevalence of chronic pain in the UK: a systematic review and meta-analysis of population studies. BMJ Open 2016;6:e010364. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2015-010364