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Vivomed Methyl Salicylate Liniment (Wintergreen) £8.58
Now in stock, the new Vivomed Methyl Salicylate Liniment (Wintergreen).
Used as a pre-match warm up massage balm.
500ml - Wintergreen 25% v/v
This is the old fashioned sports warm up massage liniment, the smell instantly reminds you of sports changing rooms!
The new Vivomed Methyl Salicylate Liniment (Wintergreen) is a traditional pre match warm up massage liniment.
Wintergreen Liniment has been used for years to warm up muscles and can also be used as as a natural solution to acute and chronic pain. It is used by both sports people and general public for quick and lasting relief from pain due to sprains and strains, arthritis and other causes.
There are 12 reviews with an average rating of 4.91
moz from United KingdomOwner27 June 2013 19:33
I was really happy to find this product for sale here. I used to apply liniment before every game of rugby and, touch wood, never had a strain so I swear by it. Now I'm a 'veteran' I'm getting into cycling again and this is excellent to ease aching legs. (Especially as I've always been to lazy to warm down properly)
Fast delivery and good communications. I will use this company again.
Michael from United Kingdom Owner09 August 2016 23:10
Good reliable product, good reliable company, Parcel force delivery is left wanting badly, no notification of delivery, Didnt deliver on the chosen day, had to phone Vivomed company who were very helpful.
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