Roll on Relief Sport Edition
Contains: Essential oils of Ginger, Rosemary, Peppermint, and Lavender, with Arnica and Menthol in a gel base.
Best used for:
To relieve sports injuries, aching and stiff muscles, arthritic pains, bruises and stiff muscles. Ginger warms, peppermint cools, Rosemary stimulates circulation and Lavender relaxes, Arnica extract helps for bruising and inflammation while Menthol adds to the cooling effect contrasting the warming of Ginger and Rosemary.
This unique roll-on has a dual purpose - to apply therapeutic essential oils and massage the affected area. Roll on to muscular area, applying pressure with the roller ball while the gel is dispensed for about twenty seconds. Shortly after application tingling will begin as the essential oils act, and thereafter relief. The roller ball application is best used for self-massage and deep muscle penetration. This application is also useful for when massaging someone else if you do not have the required strength in your hands. Can be used repeatedly in acute situations, or as needed.
Watch: Co-Founder Clive gives a run down of the Aromatic Apothecary pain relief products including the Sports Roll On Relief
Michelle - "I recently started training for the Argus and needed to get my fitness up pretty quickly. I take my Sports Roll On Relief on rides with me incase I cramp up and I am so glad I do. Last weekend I had a sore knee after quite a long ride and used the roll on. It was great as the roller ball really helped massage the area and in no time I was back on the road with minimal pain. I also use it on my thighs after a ride and feel no cramping or pain the next day. Thanks for an awesome product"
Greg – "I am an avid cyclist and have just completed my first Wine2Whales. Since the race, I have been getting pins and needless on the ball of my foot. It is quite painful sometimes and nothing I do seems to help. My girlfriend introduced me to your Sports Roll On Relief and it has been a lifesaver. The roller ball massages my feet and I can feel the pins and needle feeling going away."