A pain-relieving, muscle-relaxing must-have for those who have sore muscles almost every day


Introducing our best ever
pain-relief formula
Soothe

Soothe helps your body recover sooner and let you wake up with a fresh start the following morning!

Why do we need to use pain creams as we age?

Our body’s ability to recover from fatigue and pain at 25 is not the same as the one we have at 45 and up. That’s just the reality of aging.[1] Our once efficient bodies now start requiring more fuel, more nutrients, and more sleep to get back to 100%, and it’s not something all of us can afford to give especially if we’re working a 9 to 5.

As we age, the signs of fatigue and weariness start to appear:

  • Sore arms and feet
  • Muscle cramps
  • Increased tendency for bruising and injury
  • Chronic pain in the neck, shoulder, and back areas[2]
  • Frequent headaches[3]
  • Waking up tired and sore

Basically, the older we get, the less effective our body’s recovery processes become. This isn’t anecdotal, but an actual fact of life.

But, can any pain cream work on our sore muscles and tired feet? Absolutely not. In fact, some of the more popular creams on the market are just out there to cash in on the “hype” around those who are constantly pained and tired, and their customers end up with nothing but an expensive bottle of cheap ingredients that barely work if at all.

We know for a fact what it’s like to be left disappointed by a popular pain cream, so we put our heads together and decided to make our own!

The best Pain Cream for your sore body


So, what makes Soothe the best among the competition? The answer is simple: Our formula is based on what works according to the latest studies. Our ingredients are not just your typical pain cream ingredients; they’re among the best based on what recent research states.

There are just too many pain creams on the market that are either rehashed versions of older, outdated formulas or products that try too hard to innovate with ingredients that are either poorly researched or just unheard of.

We care about our customers, so we made sure to make sure that our product is not just perfect for those with regular body pains and aches, but also comes with a formula based on recent literature.

Here are some of the key ingredients found in Soothe:


Why our customers switched to
Soothe


  • Rosemary and Menthol:

    A study on 105 patients with varying severity of pain showed significant improvements after applying a rosemary and menthol based cream. The scientists concluded that these two ingredients in cream form can help alleviate both severity and frequency of muscle pain.[4]

    Menthol also has that soothing and cooling effect that helps clear the sinuses, which could be the cause of headaches.[5]

  • Eucalyptus and Mint:

    Studies show that a cream using both eucalyptus and mint as the key ingredients can increase blood flow, skin warmth, and can last up to 45 minutes upon application.[6]

    Eucalyptus also has antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties, which means it can both help detox the skin as well as provide relief with regards to joint pain.[7]

  • Kisameet Clay:

    This is the ingredient that rounds up the entire formula and what we believe separates us from the competition. Kisameet clay has been cited for its bacterial diversity.[8]

    You may ask “What has bacteria have to do with the benefits of Soothe?”

    Soothe by itself is an effective pain-cream, but it also offers more than just regular soothing and warmth. The addition of Kisameet Clay allows it to have some antimicrobial property[9], which is great for skin health and “detox” purposes[10].

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FREE BONUS EBOOK

Our exclusive customers-only Cooking For Pain-Free Living Cookbook contains some of the best recipes for those who want to lower inflammation, increase muscle recovery, and improve symptoms of joint pains through diet and healthy eating.

In this ebook, you will find:

  • Quick and easy anti-inflammatory recipes
  • A variety of options for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks in-between
  • Recipes that make use of everyday ingredients you can find in the produce section

Our exclusive customers-only Cooking For Pain-Free Living Cookbook contains some of the best recipes for those who want to lower inflammation, increase muscle recovery, and improve symptoms of joint pains through diet and healthy eating.

In this ebook, you will find:

  • Quick and easy anti-inflammatory recipes
  • A variety of options for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks in-between
  • Recipes that make use of everyday ingredients you can find in the produce section

And so much more!

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Frequently Asked Questions


Q: What are the ingredients in Soothe?

[Supplement Facts]

Q: Who is the Soothe supplement designed for?

Our Soothe was designed for those who often find themselves worn out with a lot of aches and muscle pain. The ingredients found in Soothe were all included with pain relief and relaxation in mind. Athletes, professionals in the field, or cubicle workers will find Soothe to be an integral part of their daily self-care routine, especially when they’re in need of muscle pain relief.

Q: Is Soothe safe for my skin?

The ingredients used in Soothe are all sourced naturally to lower the risks of allergies and irritations. However, each person’s skin is different and you may have an allergic response to one or two of the ingredients used in Soothe. If you notice symptoms of allergies or effects that aren’t expected of a pain cream, immediately stop using and seek medical attention.

Q: How do I take Soothe?

Suggested Use: Apply thinly and evenly to affected areas up to 3 or 4 times per day. Rub and/or massage into skin until the preparation disappears. For external use only.

Pregnant or nursing mothers, children under 18, and individuals with a known medical condition should consult a physician before using this. Breastfeeding women: Do not apply on or near the nipple.

Q: Do you have a money-back guarantee for Soothe?

Even though this is a rare case, if for whatever reason you are not satisfied with this product, you will have a 100% money back guarantee for the next 60 days. We will even let you keep the product. Simply contact our customer service team and they will process your refund so long as it’s within the 60-day purchase period.

Q: How long will this offer last?

The sheer popularity of Soothe means we’re not sure if we can keep our supplies stocked for new customers. So, if you’re seeing this now, it means we still have some left. However, if you click away or hesitate purchasing today, we can’t guarantee you’ll get our product. We therefore recommend you avail of our limited time offer right now before you miss out on a life-changing product.



Resources: +
  1. Kaye, A. D., Baluch, A., & Scott, J. T. (2010). Pain management in the elderly population: a review. The Ochsner Journal, 10(3), 179–187.

    Bradford, E. M., Hartzell, M., Asih, S., Hulla, R., Gatchell, R. J., Robeck, I. (2015). Pain management in the elderly: Treatment considerations. Practical Pain Management. Retrieved September 10, 2021, from https://www.practicalpainmanagement.com/treatments/pain-management-elderly-treatment-considerations

  2. Edeer, A. O., Tuna, H. (2011). Management of chronic musculoskeletal pain in the elderly: Dilemma and remedies. Pain in Perspective. doi:10.5772/50780 https://www.intechopen.com/chapters/40386
  3. Ravindran, M. K., Zheng, Y., Timbol, C., Merck, S. J., & Baraniuk, J. N. (2011). Migraine headaches in chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS): comparison of two prospective cross-sectional studies. BMC neurology, 11, 30. https://doi.org/10.1186/1471-2377-11-30

    Seo, J. G., & Park, S. P. (2018). Significance of fatigue in patients with migraine. Journal of clinical neuroscience : official journal of the Neurosurgical Society of Australasia, 50, 69–73. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jocn.2018.01.032

  4. Keshavarzian, S., Shahgholian, N. (2017). Comparison of the effect of topical application of rosemary and menthol for musculoskeletal pain in hemodialysis patients. Iranian Journal of Nursing and Midwifery Research, 22(6), 436–441. https://doi.org/10.4103/ijnmr.IJNMR_163_16
  5. Babar, A., Naser, A. A. W., Saiba, S., Aftab, A., Shah, A. K., Firoz, A. (2015). Essential oils used in aromatherapy: A systemic review. Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Biomedicine, 5(8), 601-611. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apjtb.2015.05.007

    Borhani Haghighi, A., Motazedian, S., Rezaii, R., Mohammadi, F., Salarian, L., Pourmokhtari, M., Khodaei, S., Vossoughi, M., & Miri, R. (2010). Cutaneous application of menthol 10% solution as an abortive treatment of migraine without aura: A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, crossed-over study. International Journal of Clinical Practice, 64(4), 451–456. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1742-1241.2009.02215.x

  6. Hong, C. Z., & Shellock, F. G. (1991). Effects of a topically applied counterirritant (Eucalyptamint) on cutaneous blood flow and on skin and muscle temperatures. A placebo-controlled study. American journal of physical medicine & rehabilitation, 70(1), 29–33. https://doi.org/10.1097/00002060-199102000-00006
  7. Sadlon, A. E., & Lamson, D. W. (2010). Immune-modifying and antimicrobial effects of Eucalyptus oil and simple inhalation devices. Alternative medicine review : a journal of clinical therapeutic, 15(1), 33–47.
  8. ASM JournalsmBioVol. 8, No. 3Kisameet Glacial Clay: an Unexpected Source of Bacterial Diversity

    Authors: Sarah L. Svensson, Shekooh Behroozian, Wanjing Xu, Michael G. Surette, Loretta Li, and Julian Davies

    Thus, KC harbors a surprising number of different bacterial species, with a large contribution from Proteobacteria.

    KC harbors rich bacterial diversity that is dominated by Betaproteobacteria.

    https://journals.asm.org/doi/full/10.1128/mBio.00590-17

  9. mBio. 2016 Jan-Feb; 7(1): e01842-15.
    Published online 2016 Jan 26. doi: 10.1128/mBio.01842-15
    PMCID: PMC4742703
    PMID: 26814180

    Shekooh Behroozian, Sarah L. Svensson,* and Julian Davies authorKisameet Clay Exhibits Potent Antibacterial Activity against the ESKAPE Pathogens

    Conclusion: In addition to its antibacterial activity, KC has an antifungal property. It also effectively disperses biofilms of S. aureus and P. aeruginosa and prevents their formation (Behroozian et al., unpublished). Moreover, aqueous extracts of KC (without mineral particles) demonstrate the same broad-spectrum antibacterial activity, suggesting that the active component(s) can be extracted and used in defined preparations.

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4742703/

  10. KC is relatively rich in iron (22), and therefore, pH-dependent metal ion toxicity, as described for other clays (13, 14), may underlie some of its activity (Behroozian et al., unpublished). https://journals.asm.org/doi/10.1128/mBio.00590-17