Real Time Pain Relief Launches New MAXX Glide Made with Peppermint Oil and Low Menthol to Freeze Pain

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Real Time Pain Relief’s MAXX Glide for back pain, arthritic joints and more, uses just 1.5 percent menthol or less combined with natural peppermint oil to provide a natural freezing sensation that is the equivalent of products which are made with 3.5 to 10 percent menthol. New MAXX Glide gives users targeted, safe and fast-acting topical pain relief without the potential long-term health risks associated with high menthol-containing products.

MAXX Glide does not have the potential long-term health risks associated with higher menthol levels.

MAXX Glide generates the same feeling delivered by products containing 3.5 to 10 percent menthol by using a synergistic blend of only 1.5 percent menthol and peppermint oil.

“By pairing natural peppermint oil with a very low amount of menthol, the new MAXX Glide is able to tackle even the most severe pain,” said Real Time Pain Relief Co-Founder Ron Snodgrass.

Real Time Pain Relief(RTPR), makers since 1998 of the popular rub-on pain relief lotion and products which are safe for the whole family, today announced the launch of their newest topical pain relief product – MAXX Glide (MSRP $20). Easy to use in a 2.5 oz glide stick, MAXX Glide works in minutes and is not greasy or sticky and is quickly absorbed with a pleasant smell. It contains a powerful combination of effective ingredients, including a synergistic blend of just 1.5 percent menthol and peppermint oil. This innovative low menthol combination works to create a natural freezing sensation – generating the same feeling delivered by products containing 3.5 to 10 percent menthol – but without the potential long-term health risks associated with higher menthol levels.

“By pairing natural peppermint oil with a very low amount of menthol, the new MAXX Glide is able to tackle even the most severe pain,” said Real Time Pain Relief Co-Founder Ron Snodgrass. “After several years of research and development, we were able to create a low menthol freezing product consumers can use with confidence without the worry associated with using the other commonly available high menthol products for topical pain. From its amazing smell, easy application, non-greasy formula and relief in just minutes from severe pain, we’re sure consumers will be thrilled with the new MAXX Glide,” concluded Snodgrass.

MAXX Glide is made with the highest quality ingredients on the market to ensure the same safe, effective and fast-acting pain relief you expect from Real Time Pain Relief products. For almost two decades consumers have enjoyed using Real Time Pain Relief products, noting their pleasant smell and non-greasy application. Real Time Pain Relief products contain a proprietary blend of 19 natural and herbal ingredients, such as Aloe Vera, Arnica, Capsicum, Chondroitin, Emu Oil, Glucosamine, Menthol and MSM. Real Time Pain Relief products use a low level of menthol to avoid buildup of Substance P in joints and throughout the body.

Visit http://www.rtpr.com for more information or to buy Real Time Pain Relief’s new MAXX Glide.

About Real Time Pain Relief (RTPR)
Founded in 1998, Real Time Pain Relief (RTPR) is a family-owned and operated American company with all products made in the USA. The company’s topical pain relief lotion, known for being the best-smelling rub-on, provides natural pain relief to people with arthritis, back pain and muscle strains. Over the past 17 years, RTPR has introduced several new products to market based on the specific needs of their customers, including Real Time Sports Cream, Real Time Skin Rescue, Real Time Foot Cream, Real Time Hand Cream, convenient travel packs, a 100% vegan product Real Time Pain Relief SELECT, and most recently MAXX Glide. Real Time Pain Relief is an FDA registered OTC, pain relief product. Visit http://www.rtpr.com for more information about Real Time Pain Relief.

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