Pain Pudding

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Pain Pudding


Natural pain relief that really works

PAIN PUDDING is the amazing NEW pain cream product. Using only the finest all natural ingredients it is super fast acting to bring you complete pain relief satisfaction. 

PAIN PUDDING is used daily by physical and health care professionals, pro athletes and people just like you. Come see what everyone is talking about and find out why PAIN PUDDING is quickly becoming the most talked about pain relief solution around.

  • It's 100% All Natural
  • No Animal Testing
  • It's Vegan
  • It's Proudly Made in the USA
  • It's Non-Greasy
  • It Smells Great
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Menthol: It's this stuff inside peppermint and other mint oils that gives peppermint that kind of cooling feeling. Like when you breathe in while you are sucking on a mint candy and it feels cold. Some people and companies pull it out of the mint oils and use it to make things like candy, chest rub and cigarettes smell and taste "minty." (PAIN PUDDING doesn't support smoking or suggest the tasting of chest rub.)

Camphor: It's this stuff found inside the wood of this tree called a camphor tree. It's kind of waxy and sort of solid. It has a unique smell that's sort of like rosemary, jasmine and feet (but not in a bad way). It has a slightly cooling feeling when used on the skin and is used in many skin products for skin-conditioning. It also has antiseptic and anesthetic properties and is used in all sorts of cool stuff like moth balls, embalming fluid, fireworks and cosmetics. (Disclaimer: PAIN PUDDING will not repel moths, stop zombie decomposition or cause spontaneous combustion.)

Capsaicin: This is the stuff that makes chili peppers and hot sauce so spicy. It will also numb your tongue, so it is smart to cook with a lot of peppers if you're not very good at cooking. It makes the area feel warm when you rub it on your skin and it can be very effective at relieving aches and pains. (Bonus Points against muscle and joint pain from sports or arthritis. Negative Points against eyes and other sensitive areas you might accidentally rub or scratch...)

Aloe Vera Extract: From the leaves of one or more of species of the aloe plant. Uses include treating burns and mild abrasions and are historically a strong skin-conditioning agent.

Carbomer: It is a polymer of acrylic acid. Used to control the viscosity.

Decyl Polyglucose: Derived from corn and fats of coconut and palm kernel oils. It is used as a surfactant.

Vegetable Glycerin: A Polyhydric alcohol used as a humectant and skin-conditioning agent.

Grapefruit Seed Extract: An organic anti-microbial and fungicidal agent that is non-corrosive and non-irritant to the skin.

Green Tea Extract: Biological additive used as an anti-irritant. Rich in vitamin 'C' and fluoride, acting as a mild antibacterial agent.

Orange Peel Extract: An extract from the rinds of oranges citrus sinensis with the properties of an anti-inflammatory biological additive.

Queen of the Prairie Extract: Biological antiseptic containing high levels of salicylic acid.

Rose water: An aqueous solution of the odoriferous species of flowers of rosa centifolia.

Silica: An inorganic oxide working as an opacifying agent.

Sodium Hydroxymethyl: Sodium salt of the substituted amino acid for a preservative and neutralizer.

Deionized water: Purified water to control viscosity.

Witch hazel: An astringent obtained from hamamelis virginiana.

Yucca Extract: A biological skin-conditioning agent derived from a select group of cactus in the Yucca family that is used to treat burns and mild abrasions by working as an anti-inflammatory agent and reducing erythema.