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Zim’s Max-Freeze Roll-On

When I recently received an opportunity to receive Zim’s Max-Freeze Roll-On for review, I immediately thought of my Mom.  My Mom recently joined the gym and hired a personal trainer… at the tender young age of 66! She’s amazing!

She also has arthritis in both of her knees.  She broke her left knee when I was a kid.  She was standing on a chair, painting the wall in the living room, when my brother came in the front door.  She turned quickly to see who was coming in the door, lost her balance and fell.  The fall literally shattered her kneecap (i.e. patella, the ball of the knee) into multiple pieces.

Back in the day, they didn’t do knee replacements.  So, the surgeon literally wired the pieces of her patella back together, put her in a cast, and sent her home.  He told her she’d walk with a limp for the rest of her life.  Much like the popularized tune by Sweet Brown, Mom told the doctor, “I’ve got six kids, ain’t nobody got time for that.”

After the swelling went down in her knee, Mom would literally slide her cast off her leg (do not try this at home) and exercise her leg in the bathtub.  She knew she wouldn’t be able to keep up with the six of us if she limped.  All these years later, she can still chase one of us down if need be. LOL.

All jokes aside, though, after years of compensating for the left knee, her right knee gives her fits. I knew that Mom’s chiropractor had given her a similar product to help her with her knee pain, so I thought she’d be happy to try out the Zim’s Max-Freeze.  When it came in, I called her to tell her I had gotten it for her. She was tickled pink.

Zim's Max-Freeze

When I took the Zim’s Max-Freeze to her, she beamed.  I mean, beamed!  She said, “I love this stuff.  I use Max-Freeze every day!  It’s the one thing that helps my knee, and I can get it over the counter!”

About Zim’s Max-Freeze

It may help relieve pain for the following:

  • Sore Muscles & Muscle Sprains
  • Back, Shoulder, Neck Pain
  • Painful Ankle, Knee, Hip & Elbow Joints
  • Muscular Strains Usage & IngredientsDirections: For adults and children 12 years and older. Apply and gently massage painful joints and/or muscles. Repeat as needed no more than 4 times a day. Wash hands after each use with cold water.

    Warnings: Use only as directed. See package labeling for indications and ingredients list.

I asked Mom if there was anything she would recommend to potential Max-Freeze users and she said, “Make sure you shake it, or else it won’t be as helpful.”

Zim’s Max-Freeze retails for $9.99 and is available on the Zim’s Website, at Walmart, Walgreens, on Amazon, and at other retailers nationwide.

Right now, you can get a $2 coupon for simply liking Zim’s USA on Facebook! Be sure to follow Zim’s USA on Twitter, as well, for other great deals and updates.

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About Virginia

Hi there! My name is Virginia, and I am the author/owner of That Bald Chick. I am a Christian, wife, mother of three, full time homemaker, homeschooler, and ministry volunteer in addition to being a blogger. In my free time *cough* I enjoy reading, writing, taking walks with my family, and listening to music.