This Lil Piglet

Winter Weather Pain

There are so many exciting things to do this season – going to festivals and parades, creating snow angels and hitting the slopes. But as wonderful as the holidays are, they can certainly wear a person out – and all of this running about can lead to colds or muscle and joint pain.

But don’t let the charms of winter (snow, ice and cold) and winter weather pain slow you down!

winter weather pain

Whether it’s the result of a workout, wear on our bodies or other everyday winter activities, Rub A535™ Extra Strength provides quick and effective relief of muscle, joint, back and arthritic pain.  With only a small amount of cream, this non-greasy, non-staining formula starts to work on contact, delivering warm penetrating, targeted relief directly to the area you need it. With fast-acting relief, you’ll be able to combat common muscle aches, pains, or hurdles to a happy holiday! Because let’s face it, at one point or another this winter, you’ll be spending a few hours shoveling that soft yet heavy snow from your driveway, lugging 30 pounds of holiday gifts around the mall and performing acrobatics to retrieve gifts from clever hiding places.

With the colder weather and spending time outside enjoying all the fun that winter has to offer, sometimes a cold can sneak up on you when you least expect it! We all know when we have a cold coming on, you may have chills or feel a little achy, and all you’re thinking is “I don’t have time for this!” For comforting relief and to keep indigestion, upset stomach, fever and mild aches and pains at bay, take Gravol™ Multi-symptom™ as soon as it starts. This non-drowsy, naturally sourced, all-in-one product harnesses the power of ginger and willow bark to help get you back out the door and making snowmen or perhaps getting into a snowball fight… or two.

So what are you waiting for? Get out there and embrace the opportunities winter has to offer!

Disclosure- I am part of the Church & Dwight ambassador program. All opinions expressed are honest and my own. 

One comment on “Winter Weather Pain”

  1. that’s an awesome photo

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