Biofreeze Spray: The twelve player on the team


As the 2014 FIFA Soccer World Cup is soon coming to an end, we have seen many matches and tough men fighting for a spot on the final rounds to get that golden trophy. Part of that toughness display are the series of injuries seen on every game and how the Biofreeze spray is the twelve player on the team.

Let’s be honest, most of those “injuries” are just for buying time, which is why you see how the player miraculously gets on his feet again with no need of medication. However there are the honest cases in which the team’s doctor is called to tend for the injured player, they do a quick check up and suddenly decide the best way to provide relief for that acute pain is a topical analgesic like Biofreeze Spray. This spray is solely recommended for shin or feet injuries, which makes it ideal for situations like this in which the player needs that temporary comfort while the match finishes and his doctor can have a closer look. The player gets back on his feet and as he walks off the pain he can easily get back to the game.


To name just a few, here are some of the features you can find on the Biofreeze spray:

  • Works from any angle, even upside down.
  • It is free of paraben and propylene glycol.
  • It is colorless.
  • 10% menthol.
  • Works better than ice.

The effect that Biofreeze has in the pain area is called “Gate Control Theory of Pain”. Basically how it works is, that Biofreeze penetrates the skin and reaches the nerve cells that are sending the pain message to the brain. Once reached, Biofreeze blocks the pain message proving fast relief on the area.

Biofreeze comes in other different  presentations like gel, roll-on and with the hands-free applicator. All thought to cover the variety of angles and surfaces of the skin. The Biofreeze spray is a reliable alternative to help you manage one of those sudden soccer pains.

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