Friday, October 28, 2011

#Tiger_Balm_US Neck and Shoulder Rub #Giveaway -3 winners US 11/11

Have you heard of Tiger Balm? What about Tiger Balm's Neck and Shoulder Rub? No? Check out the review and then head on down to enter and win your own.
Buy ItTiger Balm products are available at your local stores. This particular product retails for $7-8 depending on the store for a 1.76 Oz tube. Get a $1 coupon.

Win It: 3 Whirlwind of Surprises' reader will win a full size Neck and Shoulder Rub for themselves. Win a trip for two to Maui, an Apple iPad, or one of three iPod nanos by entering the Tiger Balm Sweepstakes. The entry form can be found after liking their facebook page. Tiger Balm also does a weekly drawing where one randomly chosen Facebook fan wins a gift pack filled with about $50 worth of Tiger Balm products. Open to US. Good luck!

I am making use of Rafflecopter, a new beta software, for this giveaway so please enter on the Rafflecopter form below. If you encounter any problems or have any comments about this new method of entry, please leave a comment below. If the form will not let you add your daily tweet, please fill out mandatory entry again with DO NOT COUNT in the extra info box. It will then let you complete the daily tweet. Give it a minute to load and if you don't see the widget after that, please hit refresh.

Disclaimer: The product/s mentioned above have been provided for the purposes of this review. No other form of compensation was received. Opinions expressed belong to Whirlwind of Surprises and are NOT influenced in any way. Please view my full disclosure.

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Marthalynn said...[Reply]

I have a lot of issues with shoulder/neck tension. Unfortunately, I take an OTC anti-inflammatory to deal with it. I would much rather use something I could apply topically, but haven't yet found anything that works. I will definitely try out Tiger Balm to see if that does the trick.

BethElderton said...[Reply]

I have pain that stems from an old injury. What's more, due to kidney issues I am unable to use any of the over-the-counter NSAIDs. That leaves hot soaks, cold packs, and products like Tiger Balm.
bethelderton59 at gmail dot com

Donna said...[Reply]

I do suffer from chronic pain and have for years. I see a pain specialist every 3 months. I also use a TENS unit, Heating pad, frozen peas, warm baths to try to help. It makes me feel so isolated at times because I am not able to do what normal people my age do.

Heather! said...[Reply]

My pain isn't chronic, really, but my poor hubby suffers terribly with lower back, hip and foot pain. We've tried so many ways to alleviate his pain, but so far the doctors can't figure out what's going on, and any relief he gets is VERY temporary. Still looking for the help he needs!

h4schaffer at gmail dot com

slehan said...[Reply]

I have RA and it's mostly controlled very nicely by good drugs and swimming in a warm water pool 3 times a week.
Thanks for the contest.

Suz said...[Reply]

I suffer from chronic pain in my arm and hand. Most of the time, I treat it with ice & heat and when it's too much, I'll take a pain pill. This product would be a nice alternative to taking pills!

susanw28 (at) mindspring (dot) com

LexiKeely said...[Reply]

I don't suffer from chronic pain but my husband does and usually he treats it with heat or ice or taking medicine for it. I've been trying to find anything to help him!

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