First off I am not a big fan of Suzanne Sommers who is their ambassador for the product and I am posting this for informational purposes. The patches use a new technology and they are not transdermal, so there is nothing going into the body but rather it works on the same techniques that acupuncture uses.
Their sales are multi level marketing so just throwing this in as information. I did look at the website and they have videos showing many pro athletes using the patches and they are not a fountain of youth, but rather make you feel better. One video shows a man who was on pain killers for over 42 years as a Vet wounded in action and now is off of all of them, so again this is worth a post for information purposes and the video included here is from PBS and their exploration of the product and what it does. The product site states that it is made in FDA approved factories and facilities and they conduct their own clinical trials to show that it is legitimate. You can also connect here to see the current athletes using the product and their endorsements. There are several patches and the one for pain is called IceWave. Again, I have not used the product or know much more than what I have posted here but I have experienced acupuncture that works so if they are using electromagnetic energy that can touch and react with the same areas then perhaps there’s something to it and the fact that PBS gave it some time was kind of interesting. BD
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