This review is for the PainAway Essential Oils for Muscle Soreness & Pain Relief – FDA Approved, 100% Pure & Natural – Therapeutic Grade for Muscle and Joint Pain – 1.7 fl oz/ 50ml from Phytopia. This is an interesting concept. A year ago, I would have sworn that a product like this did not work. However, my eyes have opened to the powers of essential oils within the last 6 months.
I experience occasional muscle pain and soreness from working out, hormones and life! I prefer to avoid consuming any type of pharmaceutical relief if and when I identify a viable solution. I do use heat therapy, but that is not a feasible option when I am work, commuting and/or traveling.
The packaging on the PainAway Essential Oils is sublime. I felt as if I received a handcrafted gift. The bottle contains 1.69 ounces of product and is housed in an amber bottle. The PainAway Essential Oils smells of Citronella and Eucalyptus Essential Oils.
I apply the PainAway Essential Oils to the area where I experience muscle soreness and can see a difference in the level of my discomfort in less than a half-hour. I was surprised to find that the PainAway Essential Oils also works on headaches. I get sinus headaches pretty frequently this time of year. I also get an occasional stress headache. I like to sniff the PainAway Essential Oils and apply it to my neck and forehead. The scent dissipates when I apply it to my skin and it smells far better than any cream or ointment I ever used for relief of muscle pain.
I always encourage everyone to do their own research with essential oils. You should also do a ‘patch’ test to confirm the essential oils do not irritate your skin. You can purchase the PainAway Essential Oils on Amazon.com.
I received this item for free/discount to give an unbiased and honest review. I was not paid or compensated to review the product. My reviews are based upon my experience while using the product. My comments are based upon the overall product performance. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission 16 CFR Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsement and Testimonials in Advertising.