Biofreeze® 4oz spray

Item #:BF-4OZ-S

Item #: BF-4OZ-S


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Biofreeze professional Formula is available exclusively to healthcare professionals such as physiotherapist, chiropractors and massage therapists. Biofreeze professional offers a stronger, “extra strength” option for your patients.

Biofreeze is the #1 analgesic in the healthcare market. Providing effective, long lasting pain relief made with high quality natural ingredients. Harnessing the natural power of Ilex, a unique South American herbal extract with astringent properties, Biofreeze promotes deep and long lasting pain relief. The formula also includes arnica, boswellia, aloe, calendula, green tea, burdock rook, & lemon balm but is completely paraben and dye free.

Biofreeze can be used in conjunction with other gels, lotions and oils. Healthcare professionals have reported great success using it with transmission gels during ultrasound and with massage oils for massage therapy treatments.


  • Fast & long lasting pain relief.
  • All Natural.
  • Easy application. Includes Ilex, Arncia, Poswellia, Aloe & Burdock Root.
  • Can be used on any part of the body.
  • Dye & paraben free.
  • Available in 4oz Tube, 3oz roll-on, 4oz spray.
  • Registered NPN with Health Canada
  • 5% menthol in Gel Formula. 10.5% Menthol in spray formula

How Biofreeze Works

Biofreeze contains menthol as its active ingredient, which has several effects on the body. When applied to the skin, menthol produces a cooling sensation that helps distract and soothe the underlying area of pain. This cooling effect activates specific nerve receptors in the skin called cold receptors or thermoreceptors.

When the cold receptors are stimulated by menthol, they send signals to the brain, competing with the pain signals being transmitted through the same nerve fibers. The brain can only process a limited amount of sensory information at a time, so when the cold signals from menthol reach the brain first, they effectively close the pain gate. As a result, the brain receives fewer pain signals and the perception of pain is diminished or temporarily alleviated.

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Is Biofreeze used by professional athletes ?
Many professional, college, and high school athletes and fitness enthusiasts use Biofreeze.
What is cryotherapy?
Cryotherapy is a therapeutic technique that involves exposing the body or specific body parts to extremely cold temperatures for a short period. The aim is to promote various health benefits, such as reducing inflammation, relieving pain, and enhancing recovery. Cryotherapy can be delivered through different methods, including whole-body cryotherapy chambers, localized cryotherapy devices, or ice packs. The intense cold triggers physiological responses in the body, constricting blood vessels and reducing tissue temperature. This process can potentially improve circulation, boost the immune system, and provide pain relief. Cryotherapy is commonly used in sports medicine, rehabilitation, and wellness settings.
How does Biofreeze work compared to ice?
Biofreeze and ice are both types of cryotherapy that can provide pain relief. However, Biofreeze has demonstrated its superiority in several aspects. By choosing Biofreeze, you can effectively reduce pain while minimizing the inconvenient side effects commonly associated with ice, such as stiffness, skin irritation, and numbness. Additionally, using Biofreeze doesn’t require you to remain inactive during application, allowing you to continue your activities while experiencing the therapeutic benefits.
What is a topical analgesic?
A topical analgesic is a type of pain-relieving medication that is applied directly to the skin. It is designed to alleviate pain and discomfort in the area where it is applied. Topical analgesics come in various forms, including gels, creams, sprays, patches, and ointments. These products typically contain active ingredients such as menthol, camphor, lidocaine, or capsaicin, which work by targeting pain receptors or interfering with pain signals in the affected area. Biofreeze is a well-known brand of topical analgesic that uses menthol as its active ingredient. When applied to the skin, Biofreeze provides a cooling sensation that helps to temporarily relieve minor aches and pains
Is Biofreeze used by medical professionals?
Indeed, Biofreeze holds the distinction of being the top choice among healthcare professionals for topical pain relief. Pharmacists, physical therapists, chiropractors, massage therapists, podiatrists, and athletic trainers consistently recommend Biofreeze as the number one clinically preferred option.
Does Biofreeze contain gluten, starch, aspirin, ibuprofen, or nut derivatives?
No, Biofreeze does not contain any of these ingredients.
Is Biofreeze tested on animals?
Biofreeze Gel, Roll-On, Spray and Cream are not tested on animals.
Does Biofreeze include NSAIDs, parabens, capsaicin, or salicylates?
Biofreeze does not include any NSAIDs (nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs), parabens (preservatives used in cosmetics), capsaicin (the active component of chili peppers), or silicates (chemicals found naturally in food and synthetically in medications, toothpastes, and food preservatives).
What should I do if I accidentally get Biofreeze in my eye?
Rinse your eye with cool water or take a shower with cool (not cold) shower water hitting your forehead and running down through your eyes for fifteen minutes. If a problem persists, seek medical help and be sure to take your Biofreeze with you for reference.
Can I use Biofreeze for headaches, open wounds, poison ivy, mosquito bites, or burns?
No, Biofreeze is not intended to be used for those purposes. Be sure to wash your hands after application. If Biofreeze gets in your eyes, it can cause harm.
What should I do if I get a rash or experience mild skin irritation from Biofreeze?
Stop using the product. Take a lukewarm bath and relax for twenty minutes. If the rash persists, contact your doctor.
Can I use Biofreeze with a heating pad or in a tanning bed or sauna?
No, never use Biofreeze in any of these situations. Biofreeze works by creating a cooling effect. Using it with a heating pad could cause serious injury.

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