Zostrix Maximum Strength Natural Foot Pain Relief Cream, Capsaicin Pain Reliever Cream, Odor Free, 2 oz Tube

Unleash a force of nature on pain. Original Strength Zostrix(R) uses the natural power and heat of the chili pepper to relieve even your toughest muscle and joint pains. It works by blocking your body’s pain messenger, Substance P. Found in the nerve cells, Substance P is responsible for transmitting pain signals to your brain. Zostrix(R) blocks it, and the pain.

Product Features

  • Natural pain relief cream
  • Blocks your body’s pain messenger
  • Odor free cream
  • Warm, penetrating relief from chili peppers
  • Capsaicin 0.1% topical analgesic

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3 Responses to Zostrix Maximum Strength Natural Foot Pain Relief Cream, Capsaicin Pain Reliever Cream, Odor Free, 2 oz Tube

  1. Anonymous says:

    Fantastic relief for Diabetic nerve Pain!!!!! I have used Zostrix the last 4 years for diabetic nerve pain. I use it at bedtime when my toes get ” crazy” with the pain and spasms. This cream is FANTASTIC. It works GREAT! Apply it with gloves, about $4.00 per 50-100 aye drugstore , same as Dr.s use. HELLO this is the ingredient in HOT PEPPERS. Any fool will realize that if you slice JALAPINO peppers barehanded and rub your EYES it’s going to sting. DUH.I wash my hands and NO Problem.PLEASE do not listen to this Nonsense…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Use some type of covering on your hands for best safety. If you use bare hands Have to be careful with it, but it always works. Use some type of covering on your hands for best safety. If you use bare hands, it takes awhile to get the Capsaisin out of the skin. Do Not get it even near your eyes or sensitive areas. Understand this ingredient is the same as used in Pepper Spray & even lower amounts Will affect these areas! If you can’t read or understand the instructions & warnings, you’ve got no business using it. Most other user’s giving a good rating understood…

  3. Anonymous says:

    I have mild neuropathy in my feet. Often, …