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Deep Heat Muscle Rescue: Review

Deep Heat Muscle Rescue

Deep Heat Muscle Rescue

My Fibromyalgia means I suffer with aches and pains, which sometimes I just wish I could relevate for a moment or two, so when I was approached by Deep Heat asking if I would like to try out there Muscle Rescue I of course said yes.

As a teen I remember putting deep heat on (yes a friend covered what the bottle was and squeezed it into my hand and told me to try out this great new moisturiser – I never trusted them again) not an experience I relish remembering but I thought it might give you all a giggle (just think of me hopping around going owch owch owch), it did leave me apprehensive about trying these, but I kept reminding myself I'm not a teen putting it on completely healthy muscle and I wasn't using the original deep heat.

These new products have been made to help relieve the stresses daily life puts onto your muscles; the warming sensation provides relief through the warm winter month while the beautiful aromas the products give off means it helps to relax not only the body but also the mind.

Deep Heat Muscle Rescue Neck and Shoulder Cream

This warming cream contains a mix of vanilla and rosemary, to help give a soothing warming sensation – the ingredients are naturally active and the sponge applicator included helps make application easy and mess free. It provides a warming sensation so you do need to apply lightly until you work out just the right amount don't just blob on, rub in and hope. I like it be just tepid while my Mum likes it to be quite a bit hotter as she finds it warms her up from top to toe. The size (50g) means it is great to pop into your handbag to help you relax on the go where ever you might be.

The Deep Heat Muscle Rescue Neck and Shoulder Cream is available from Tesco with an RRP of £5.99 (50g)

Deep Heat Muscle Rescue Bath Soak

What's better than jumping into a nice warm bath at the end of a long hard day, with the muscle rescue bath soak you can add in some extra relief with key ingredients such as electrolyte minerals and essential oils of rosemary, patchouli and orange this soak helps hydrate the body and prevent cramp. It also happens to offer a great aroma and a fantastic amount of bubbles that you splish and splash in.

The Deep Heat Muscle Rescue Bath Soak is available from Tesco with an RRP of: £5.49 (200ml)

I've really enjoyed using both of these products and for muscle relief they are really do work, I shall definitely be buying more once these two run out.

Do you suffer with muscle tension; do you think these might help you?

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This article has 15 comments

  1. Rachel

    One product I am unable to use, always causes a reaction to my skin 🙁 xx

    http://beautyqueenuk.blogspot.co.uk/

  2. Emilee

    I have Fibro, too, and this looks amazing! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Angela

    I have spinal disease and a host of other back problems but deep heat has never helped me. The best thing for me is Bio Freeze which i discovered in America when i was a massage therapist. It is a cold therapy not hot like deep heat and for nerve pain ice/cold therapy is much better. For my lower back pain i do however use a heated wheat pad and that gives some relief but creams like deep heat don’t funnily enough, they do make my skin red and sore too. You should try the bio freeze sometime and see if cold therapy gives you any relief hon
    Angela xx

    http://british-bargains-and-beauty.blogspot.co.uk

  4. Dee

    I suffer with a bad back from time to time.You wouldnt think so as i have a memory foam mattress but theyre not all they are cracked up to be. They are comfy but they make you really hot and if i sleep twisted thats it sore back. Might try a cream as ive tried the sprays but no good for me.

    • Sarah-Louise Bailey

      I was wondering if memory foam would make you hot – my other half keeps saying he would like to get one but I’ve always worried about over heating so I’ll have to mention that too him and suggest we look into something else instead thank you x

  5. Shelley Jessup

    I have never thought about using deep heat products, gods knows why not! The bath soak sounds like a good starting point for me & when I next go to Tescos for my fortnightly shop this will be added into my trolley – Thank You

    • Sarah-Louise Bailey

      I hope it helps a bit – would be lovely to know what you do think of it 🙂 x

      • Angela

        They are famous for makingy ou hot but the better ones have special covers on and with them it doesn’t happen. I had an ordinary cheap on and with the cover on it even that didn’t make us hot, and i am always hot lol I now have a terpur pedic and it has a stay cool cover on and it never makes us uncomforably hot. Maybe try and byt on eof the covers if your mattress didn’t have one. I hardly sleep anyway but on a regular mattress i just can’t sleep any more, they hurt me now i am used to the tepur pedic (no idea how to spell that ) one. I couldn’t afford to buy one but my sister just bought the new version last year and i asked for her old one which was still perfectxx

        • Sarah-Louise Bailey

          I would love to feel comfortable at night mattress’ are such a pain I’m going to go and lie in loads before I buy a new bed. The shops will think I’m moving in lol x

          • Angela

            Yes I think you have to spend a bit of time trying mattress’s out. Even when you like one you need to spend more than a couple of minutes on them, the sales people understand though. Nothing worse than a mattress that isn’t comfy x

  6. Vix

    The bath stuff doesn’t smell like normal Deep Heat then? I use their patches which I love and I used to use the spray back in 2007 but it just made me itch! Have seen the bubble bath about but I don’t want to smell like medicated stinkyness! Have they remedied it with this then?

    • Sarah-Louise Bailey

      No it doesn’t smell clinical at all – it’s actually a really pleasant scent, you don’t smell it much once it’s been mixed in with the bath but I did squirt some onto my finger just to give it a good old sniff. It’s mainly the essential oils you can smell rosemary, patchouli and orange 🙂 x

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