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ICE Spray

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An effective cooling spray that works to deliver cold therapy to the affected or swollen area which helps minimise damage by decreasing blood flow. It brings temporary relief to Sports related Muscular Pain including Sprains or Strains (Elbows and Ankles) using after exercise or activity. It can be used daily (as necessary) so you can get back in the game.

  • Everyday Pain Relief for

     Back Pain
     Joint Pain or Stiffness
     Knocks or Bumps
     Muscular Aches or Pain
     Neck Pain
     Shoulder Pain
    Sports related Muscular Pain
     Sprains or Strains (including Elbows or Ankles)

    CONVENIENT - easy and mess-free spray application
    EFFECTIVE - temporary pain relief
    TARGETED - spray direct to painful area
    EVERYDAY- use 2-3 times daily (as required) 

  • Shake can well before use.
    Point the nozzle towards area to be treated.
    Protect the face when spraying around neck and shoulders to avoid inhalation.
    Holding can approximately 15cm away from the skin, spray in short bursts.

    Massage is not required.

    Wash hands immediately after use.
    Repeat 2-3 times daily as necessary.

    Store below 30°C.
    Avoid direct sunlight.

  • For external use only.
    Keep out of reach of children.
    Not suitable for children 5 years and under.
    Do not use in conjunction with heat pads.
    Do not use on skin that is sensitive, irritated or broken including abrasions.
    Avoid contact with eyes or mucous membranes.

    Asthmatics should use the product with caution as vapours may cause an asthmatic attack.

    If symptoms persist or if any irritation occurs, stop use and consult your health professional.

    For accidental ingestion or overuse, contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre:
    131 126 (Australia)
    0800 764 766 (New Zealand)
    Intentional misuse by deliberately concentrating and inhaling contents can be harmful or fatal.

    Do not puncture or incinerate can even when empty.
    Keep in a cool place out of direct sunlight.

  • Does ICE Spray provide fast pain relief?

    Whether you are a serious sports person or not, the potential for accident or injury is present, and a swift response will make the difference for better recovery time-frames. The cooling spray doesn’t stain clothes, is non-greasy and can be used both during and after exercise.

    Can ICE Spray help reduce swelling?

    If you have twisted an ankle on an uneven surface or experienced tennis elbow, suffering knocks or bumps to the joints can result in swelling. ICE Spray has been specially formulated to combat swelling and can efficiently provide cooling relief to these types of injuries.

    Can ICE Spray help with sports injuries?

    No serious sports person or fitness buff will leave home without handy first aid and pain relief remedial products in their kit bag. ICE Spray works by delivering a burst of cooling for pain relief. It reduces swelling and blocks pain signals to the brain, allowing you to focus on your sporting prowess without unwanted distraction.

    What injuries can ICE Spray be used with?

    All Deep Heat pain relief products have broad ranging applications along with specialised use for targeting specific pain and associated pain symptoms. ICE Spray is no exception. Utilising Cold Therapy techniques, the physical and psychological benefits are noticed almost immediately when applied to sporting injuries involving swelling or inflammation, allowing you to get back in the game.

    Why is ICE Spray used in sports?

    Sports professionals don’t get where they are without intense practice, training and listening to advice from their coaches and trainers. Satisfactory warm-up and cool-down techniques are an integral feature of training for enhancing movement, flexibility and strength. When pain exists or injury strikes immediate application of ICE Spray is the targeted, everyday, efficient pain relief solution sports people need for relieving both pain and swelling.