What is the difference between the BioFreeze Gel Tube, Gel Tube with Applicator Tip, Roll-On, Spray, and Wipe?

Q: What is the difference between the BioFreeze Gel Tube, Gel Tube with Applicator Tip, Roll-On, Spray, and Wipe?

A: It just depends on the application you intend to use it for.

– The 4 fl oz Biofreeze gel tube is particularly well-suited for hands-on massage applications of larger muscle areas.

– The 3 fl oz Biofreeze roll-on is a hands-free application with the added benefit of the roller ball that can be used to massage painful muscles and stimulate trigger points in the affected area.

– The 4 fl oz Biofreeze gel tube with hands-free applicator allows the user to apply the gel either hands-free or hands-on. The delicate sponge applicator is perfect for even application of Biofreeze on sore joint, especially smaller joints like the knuckles.

– The 2 fl oz & 4 fl oz Biofreeze Spray is hands-free application designed for hard to reach areas and is particularly beneficial for conditions involving muscle strains of the lower back or of the upper back or neck.

-The Biofreeze maximum strength wipe is the strongest Biofreeze available. The single-use disposable wipe is strong enough for the deepest pain, yet small enough to fit in your pocket.

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