Does the cold affect your joints?

Now we are entering the frosty season, I am sure that there are a lot of people, like me, who feel the cold, especially in my joints.   No matter how many jumpers I put on, how thick my socks are or how hot the heating is, my elbows and joints still ache.

I am not in the minority.  One in five people who suffer with joint issues, have their problems increase in the colder weather.

So when I was offered the chance to write a review about a new product I jumped at it.  I have finger joints that become quite sore when my hands get cold so thought this product would be an ideal cream to try.

Have you heard of two traditional Christmas spices, Boswellia and Commiphora?   No?  I am sure you have heard of these by their more common names of Frankincense and Myrhh.

These spices are found in India and have been combined to create a cream that is highly effective in helping ease muscle and joint pain.

Created by the Skin shop,  this silky cream contains the oils of Boswellia and Commiphora.    These spices were highly valued in the ancient world, due to their healing qualities and have been used for thousands of years.

The cream is a natural and reliable way to energise joints and muscles when needed.  Just rub into the parts of your body when required.

I will also be asking my daughter to try this as she has severe Fibromyalgia so may be a way of easing her joint pain.

I rubbed the cream onto my finger joints.  It has a very delicate smell and is really silky to rub in.  It absorbs well into the skin leaving no oily residue.

This cream works best after a warm bath and there are some instructions for when using for the first time.

It  contains no animal products and only natural or naturally derived ingredients

Since putting onto my hands and wrists, my joints, especially my fingers, are not feeling as solid and definitely more refreshed and energised.   I would totally recommend this product.

Selling at a RRP of £9.99  you can purchase Boswellia and Commiphora cream here

Boswelli and Commiphora Cream


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