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Cold Sprays & Gels

Cold Sprays & Gels are commonly used by physios and physiotherapists in the acute treatment of sports injuries. Most cold sprays and freeze sprays have ethyl chloride as their active ingredient, which gives a rapid intense cold sensation and produces a short-acting reduction in skin temperature. This is a very effective pain killing treatment that provides a distracting stimulus to the brain so pain signals are effectively filtered out.

Cold Sprays & Gels for Sports Injuries

First up is Deep Freeze Cold Spray, a more convenient and longer lasting alternative to ice packs. Ideal for use in sport. Works rapidly like ice, delivering an instant burst of cooling pain relief to the affected or swollen area. Can be used during or immediately after exercise. It is especially good for: Rheumatic pain, Sciatica, Lumbago, Fibrositis, Cramp, Bruises, Strains & Sprains. To learn more about the Deep Freeze Cold Spray, click here!

Next is a cryo-effect recovery gel with an instant cooling effect that optimises blood flow after sports to relieve pain and promote muscle relaxation. The synergy between its natural products, organic silica and essential oils provides a relaxing, relieving and repairing effect. To enjoy the benefits of the recovery gel, apply it locally and quickly to the area of the body affected by the injury. Learn more about Sidas Recovery Cryo Gel by clicking here!

Finally, a cold gel that is a unique formula designed for the efficient relief of joint and muscle pain, this fast-acting gel is readily absorbed deep into the skin cooling the affected area and distracting the brain from the source of the problem. The anti-inflammatory and analgesic qualities of this gel will provide all the associated benefits of a gentle muscle massage.Try the Ultimate Performance Anti-Inflammatory Cold Gel now!

If you can't find what you're looking for here, head on back up to our main Hot & Cold Therapy section.

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