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Icy Hot vs Salonpas

Icy Hot
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Salonpas
Other name: Ben Gay Ben Gay
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Satisfaction Score
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3.3
Moderately Satisfied
Satisfaction Score
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3.6
Moderately Satisfied
Helpfulness
for Back Pain
4.7
Concern level
1.7
Helpfulness
for Back Pain
4.8
Concern level
2.2
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Back Pain
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Method of use:
Ointment
Method of use:
Foam, Gel
Prescribing mode:
OTC
Prescribing mode:
OTC
IcyHot is a topical rubefacient heat rub meant for relieving pains such as arthritis, backache, muscle strains, sprains, bruises, and cramps. IcyHot, produced and marketed by Chattem, now a subsidiary of Sanofi-Aventis, is known for its dual action pain...
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Salonpas is a brand name of a line of over-the-counter (OTC) Transdermal analgesic patch manufactured by Hisamitsu Pharmaceutical Co., Inc. of Tosu City, Japan. Introduced to the Japanese market in 1934, Salonpas is now sold in approximately fifty countr...
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Addiction
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Diabetes
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Bloating
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Sneezing
1
Lack Of Sleep
1
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Burning
8
Tendonitis
5
Depression
3
Bruise
3
Nausea
3
Blisters
2
Tingling
1
Addiction
1
Withdrawal
1
Contractions
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IcyHot is a topical rubefacient heat rub meant for relieving pains such as arthritis, backache, muscle strains, sprains, bruises, and cramps. IcyHot, produced and marketed by Chattem, now a subsidiary of Sanofi-Aventis, is known for its dual action pain...
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About Salonpas
Salonpas is a brand name of a line of over-the-counter (OTC) Transdermal analgesic patch manufactured by Hisamitsu Pharmaceutical Co., Inc. of Tosu City, Japan. Introduced to the Japanese market in 1934, Salonpas is now sold in approximately fifty countr...
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through this site. They are stick ons that worked well...
" I was introduced to SalonPas through this site. They are stick ons that worked well on my hands, ...also really like the icy hot type roll on, especially for shoulders and neck. It seems to vary... "

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profin those salonpas work better than bengay or icy hot o...
| www.sherdog.net
" ...http://www.amazon.com/Salonpas-Pain-.../dp/B000GF38F8 and Ibuprofin those salonpas work better than... "

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past week. I have these Salonpas pain patches that work. If...
| forum.stresscenter.com
" ...also have costochondritis. Ironically I have been getting a lot of it the past week. I have these Salonpas pain patches that work. If it really hurts ...day last week I used Icy Hot rub. Most of the time... "

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Bengay and Icy Hot products for pain relief which are a lot...
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" Salonpas uses menthol and methyl salicylate for pain relief. Same ingredients that are used in Bengay and Icy Hot... "

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was some patches she bought at Walmart called SALONPAS...
| www.inspire.com
" ...that gave her some relief was some patches she bought at Walmart called SALONPAS. They helped her more than... "

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have you ever tried SALONPAS??? I found out about them...
| forums.womansday.com
" I read that you have a backache and are using icy hot at night. If you need something during the day, have you ever tried SALONPAS??? I found out about them on this board last... "

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using something called Salonpas...they're little squares...
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" ...the doctor because constant back pain can be a sign of premature labor. It's not usually, so don't panic, just check with him. Have you tried icy hot, or another muscle rub? I've been using... "

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at are painful or swollen. Salonpas patches are great t...
| www.livingwithfibro.org
" ...Michelle, I am sorry you are in so much pain. Have you found anything ...body from the pain. I also use ice packs to ice the areas that are painful or swollen. Salonpas patches are great too if you... "

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some icy hot then put on salonpas and had my fiancé make...
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" ...Getting up out of bed involves a lot of limping. I rub some icy hot then put on salonpas and had my fiancé make me a heat pack with rice but still... "

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d back problems and use the icy-hot type rubs as well as th...
| www.ibsgroup.org
" ...a great idea--i'll have to try it. i have arthritis and back problems and use the icy-hot type rubs as well as the salonpas patches (camphor/menthol) on sore achy areas. the patches are... "

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