Biofreeze Extra Large Pain Relief Patch, Variety Pack, 4 pc

SKU# 28462

Biofreeze Extra Large Pain Relief Patch, Variety Pack, 4 pc

SKU# 28462
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Biofreeze Extra Large Pain Relief Patch, Variety Pack, 4 pc
$13.99
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This product is FSA eligible

Biofreeze contains a unique cooling menthol formula that is backed by science and research-proven to deliver fast-acting, long-lasting and deep, penetrating pain relief for sore muscles, backaches, sore joints, and arthritis. Take your health to the next level with guaranteed FSA eligible Over-the-Counter Meds.

Individually wrapped patches are made of flexible fabric for superior performance and comfort, providing targeted, mess-free application that penetrates quickly for up to 8 hours of pain relief.

Biofreeze is made with USP grade ingredients and completely free of NSAIDs, parabens, and propylene glycol. Our proprietary formula is made with U.S. Pharmacopeia-grade ingredients.

Adults and children 12 years of age and older: 

  • Clean and dry affected area
  • Partially peel back protective film and apply exposed patch to site of pain
  • Carefully remove remaining film while pressing path to skin and leave in place for up to 8 hours
  • Use on affected areas not more than 4 times daily
  • Wash hands with cool water after use

Children under 12 years of age: Consult physician

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