Review of Aromalief Lavender Hemp Pain Relief Cream

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Aromalief Hemp Pain Relief Cream Sensitive - 4oz

I’m reviewing Aromalief Hemp Pain Relief, Hemp 1000MG as a member of Chronic Illness Bloggers

I was thrilled to find the product is cruelty-free, vegan, PETA approved, and in a relaxing Lavender scent. I have not tried Hemp cream products before because of the smell and was eager to see how well the cream worked.

This post may contain affiliate links in which I earn a small commission. They don’t cost you extra to use and help fund my coffee habit. 

Here’s some information about Aromalief

What about the safety of the product?

Aromalief is made in an FDA registered facility and each ingredient has a Safety Data Sheet and Certificate of Analysis. We buy only high-quality ingredients from reputable suppliers and do our own internal testing for everyone’s peace of mind.

How do you make sure Aromalief is Vegan and Cruelty-free?

Every ingredient that we source comes with a written letter from the ingredient manufacturer that the product does not contain any animal ingredients and that they do not test it on animals. The manufacturing line also has a strict vegan-only policy. Aromalief is proud to have PETA’s Vegan & Cruelty-free designation.

What type of pain is Aromalief good for?

Pains of the body and the soul. This includes muscle, joint, nerve, and chronic pains PLUS stress, anxiety, and sadness. Our ingredients are the best in the market to help relieve pain due to arthritis, back pain, herniated discs, carpal tunnel, tennis elbow, and more. If your type of pain isn’t listed here, we still encourage you to try it. If it doesn’t help you, then simply return it. Have a little faith and try Aromalief.

Aromalief Hemp Pain Relief Cream Sensitive - 4oz

Aromalief

The cream has a subtle lavender and menthol scent, not overpowering. I have slightly sensitive skin and the cream didn’t cause any sensitivity. There are other scents available that I have not tried. I love this one and keep buying this scent, I need to give another scent a try.  

It rubs in quickly, no greasy fingers on the keypad. It has a warming sensation that eases inflammation. I focused on three areas, the neuropathy in my feet, sore shoulder muscles, and arthritis in hands.

Right away I noticed a difference in my feet, they could touch each other without pain. It lasted long enough for me to go to sleep. My shoulders are always tense and I have a problem relaxing at night. I used the cream on my worst shoulder and it did warm up the muscles helping me to relax and sleep.

The thing I love the most about the cream is how well it worked on arthritis in my fingers, I also noticed neuropathy relief in hands. The fact that the cream dries enough to get right back on the computer is a huge bonus.

I have already bought six tubes to make part of my daily self-care routine. Aromalief is a great everyday hand cream too. There are several scents to try, it’s made in The USA and is women-owned. Let’s support our women-owned business when possible. 

Aromalief Hemp Pain Relief Cream Sensitive - 4oz

Aromalief

A special thank you to Annabel at Aromalief and Chronic Illness Bloggers.

In Health,

Melinda

 

26 comments

  1. Great post, Melinda and I’m happy to read that you’ve found something that works for you. I’ve nominated you for a blogger award and I hope you’ll accept and participate. I think the awards are a great way of finding out a bit more about favourite bloggers and introduce them to fellow bloggers. The post will be published at 3pm GMT, Caz

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    1. Thank you for the kind words on Aromalief, it’s a great product, I use it every day. It does wonders on my feet and knees. My hands really enjoy how it feels after a long day of blogging. Thank you for the award, I can’t participate at this time but truly appreciate your nomination. I know another blogger that goes by Caz, what a small world. 🙂

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          1. Go to my home page and scroll down the right side a bit, you’ll see a badge for Chronic Illness Bloggers. You would make a great addition to the team. If you’re interested let me know and I’ll let Jenna Farmer know you’re applying. Not that I have any weight but she’ll at least know I sent you. It would be great exposure for you and many of the people in the group have large followings and work full time on their blog so there is a lot of good SEO information shared. I’m not trying to make a living from my blog so I don’t get too involved with that stuff. I do write a few things to get paid but not much. 🙂

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          2. Thank you for this info, I’ll take a look and it sounds great.

            Just dropped by and have signed myself up, just have to wait until they accept. 🙂 It does look like a great platform.

            I’m not interested in making money on my blog either. I’ve got enough to deal with already lol, i.e. Transverse Myelitis and mental illness.

            Thank you once again 🙂 Caz x

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    1. Glad you lied, hope you try if you have pain problems. I’ve been very impressed. I just bought four more bottles while on sale earlier in the month. Keep an eye open for sales, there are pretty regular. It’s worth the money. Have a great day and thanks for commenting. 🙂

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