Topical Pain Relief Cream for Muscle and Joint Discomfort: Alternative to Pills

Topical Creams

When your joints are painful or your muscles ache, topical pain killers -- those you apply to your skin -- may offer relief. 

When to try them:
 When you want an alternative to pills.

How they work: When applied to the skin, topical creams cause nerve endings to feel either heat or cold, which dulls pain. Ingredients to look for: cooling camphor; salicylate, the compound in aspirin; or capsicum, capsaicin, a heat-stimulating substance found in hot peppers (Recommended: MuscleMagic Pain Relief Cream, $24.99 | 4 oz bottle).

Good to know: Some topical creams with capsicum can cause redness, momentarily. Wash your hands after applying, and—common sense—don’t get them in your eyes!
You'll find many products for topical pain relief at your local drugstore. Here is a popular option and what you need to know if you'd like to give it a try.

This deep heat topical pain cream can help with many different kinds of aches and pains including:
  • Sore Muscles
  • Sprains & Strains
  • Joint Stiffness
  • Back Pain
  • Neck Pain
  • Knee Pain
  • Herniated Discs
  • Arthritis 

Users love it since it is non-greasy and does not have a strong smell like other pain relief creams are known to have. In fact, with MuscleMagic:
Every individual found they got relief from joint and muscle pain in a matter of minutes
Joints become more limber and more flexible than before applying the cream 
Users regain mobility to move more freely

MuscleMagic Pain Relief is an alternative pain relief to ingestibles (pills) or those other topical pain relievers like Icy Hot or Bengay for sore muscles and joints BUT it is NOT a miracle cream. It provides temporary relief for muscle and joint discomfort but not meant to cure any condition. You will love this patent pending formula as it combines 6 of the most potent natural pain relief ingredients all into one!
Here’s a list of all the different ailments and conditions it can help with when it comes to aches and pains:

Gouty arthritis

Repetitive Strains


Rheumatoid Arthritis

General Body Aches And Pains:
Driving for too Long

Pain from Long Flights

Athletic Injuries or Soreness


Tennis Elbow

Golfer’s Elbow

Poor Circulation

Morning Stiffness

Body Stiffness

Arm & Hand:
Finger Pain
Hand Pain

Hand Numbness

Carpal Tunnel

Arm Pain
Head & Neck:
Stiff Neck
Neck Pain



Shoulder Pain &
Rotator Cuff Pain
Leg Pain
Nerve Pain

Shin Splints

Locked Knees

Pulled Hamstring

Patellar Tendonitis
Sprained Ankle
Achilles Tendonitis

Foot Pain

Heel Spurs
Back Pain:
Hip Pain
Lower Back Pain
Sciatic Pain

Herniated Disc
Joint Inflammation
Joint Pain & Stiffness
Joint Mobility
Other Conditions:
Muscle Soreness
Pulled Muscles

Muscle Stiffness



Sprains and Strains
Muscle Spasms