Topical pain relievers are applied directly to your skin surface to help relieve aches, pain or inflammation.
Biotemper Topical Pain Relievers can easily suppress and relieve the muscle soreness and joints pain.
BioTemper pain reliever provides quick pain relief from carpal tunnel pain by using scientific principles of cryotherapy and pain gate theory.
The wide array of natural pain relief ingredients present in BioTemper pain reliever such as menthol, camphor and arnica flower tincture provide sweet relief from nagging knee pain.
One of the biggest challenges of arthritis pain is the effect it has on quality of your life. BioTemper helps you get relief from arthritis pain and reduce the joint inflammation. It greatly helps people with arthritis to maintain their independence and perform their routine task at home.
Applying topical analgesic such as BioTemper instead of opioids proves to be a safe, non-invasive and drug-free pain management technique for adults and children alike.
BioTemper acts like a powerful stiff neck medication and is often recommend by physical therapists to treat neck and shoulder pain.
BioTemper is a topical analgesic containing menthol, which is both cooling and pain relieving for sore muscles and joints. BioTemper gets to the origin and point of the fibro pain in order to allow adequate blood flow and oxygen back into the affected area.
Scientific Solutions Global LLC Announces Partnership with Pharmapacks for Expansion of BioTemper into U.S. Market
Scientific Solutions Global LLC, the US-based market leader of OTC health products such as BioTemper pain reliever and Bare Urea Gel, today announced a partnership with Pharmapacks to provide convenient, reliable and fast shipping experience to the customers. Under the terms of the agreement, Pharmapacks will be the exclusive U.S. distributor for the BioTemper Pain [...]
Athletes that play a sport vigorously and exercise regularly accept the risk of accidental injuries. Though the sports related injury can affect any body part or joint, lower back injury is the most common. It is estimated that 5 to 10 percent of all athletic injuries are related to lower spine.