Disclosure: As a member of the Chronic Illness Bloggers network, I received a tube of Aromalief Hemp Pain Relief Cream in exchange for this review. Although I was given the product free of charge, all opinions in this review are my own and are in no way influenced by the company. This post doesn’t contain affiliate links.
Aromalief is a women-owned company based in Florida that makes cruelty free vegan pain relief cream that combines anti-inflammatory nutrients with the benefits of aromatherapy to help your body feel better.
Is Aromarelief Safe?
Aromalief is made in an FDA registered facility and each ingredient has a Safety Data Sheet and Certificate of Analysis. They do their own testing for piece of mind.
The company buys only high quality ingredients from reputable suppliers that provide written letters from the ingredient manufacturer that the product does not contain any animal ingredients and that they do not test it on animals.
About the Ingredients
As I’m making my transition to more natural products, I make it a point to read all the ingredients and get more information about them. The Aromalief Pain Relief Cream contains:
Hemp Seed Oil – full of Omega 3s and Omega 6s that help reduce inflammation in the body.
Side note: If you’re concerned about the “hemp”, Aromalief ensures that their hemp is completely legal and non hallucinogenic.
Glucosamine – is a joint lubricant to help your joints move smoothly.
Chondroitin – reduces inflammation and helps repair micro-tears in the tendons and ligaments.
Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) – helps reduce joint & muscle pain and lower inflammation particularly in people that suffer from arthritis.
Lavender essential oil – relaxes and relieves stress.
Menthol – soothes
Aloe Vera – protects the skin and replenish moisture.
For a full list of ingredients, you can check out the Aromalief website. I personally love the transparency in posting their ingredients for all to see.
What pain does Aromalief treat?
The pain relief cream is meant to treat the body and mind to include: muscles, joints, nerves, and chronic pains as well as stress, anxiety, and sadness.
The cream is marketed to relieve pain due to arthritis, back pain, herniated discs, carpal tunnel, tennis elbow, just to name a few.
But you’re welcome to try Aromalief on any pain you’re having to see if it works. Nothing to lose right?
How to Use Aromalief Cream
The directions on the tube say to gently massage the cream over the areas you’re experiencing pain until fully absorbed by the skin 2-3 times per day.
You can also have someone else massage it into your skin as well.
My Review of Aromalief
The Scent: The cream has a subtle lavender and menthol scent. If y’all know anything about me, y’all know I love lavender. This was right up my alley. Maybe I have a heightened sense of smell but I could definitely smell the “hemp”. It wasn’t overpowering but it was noticeable.
The application: The cream came out the tube with ease. I did’nt have to exert any real effort for it to come out with I appreciated.
The cream absorbed into the skin quickly and effortlessly. There was no greasy or sticky residue left on my hands.
I have slightly sensitive skin and the cream didn’t cause any sensitivity.
Effectiveness: I felt a nice cooling sensation on the areas I applied the cream to that lasted about 30 seconds. Within minutes I felt less pain.
I used the cream on my legs after my runs, my hips, and my lower back. I even tried some on hippie bae’s feet when he complained about them hurting. All areas had the same experience – cooling sensation then relief.
However, I think the relief lasted maybe 4 hours max. So I had to reapply multiple times a day (sometimes 4/5 times) when I was having a bad pain day. It’s not a deal-breaker just something to be aware of.
How Much Does Aromarelief Cost?
At the time of this review, a 4oz tube costs $38; a 2pk costs $68 and a 4pk costs $129. The more you buy at once, the more you save.
There is also a subscription service that I find to be very convenient and you can save an additional 10% when you subscribe.
Best of all there is a 100% money back guarantee if the cream doesn’t offer pain relief.
I have no other pain relief creams to compare it to in terms of pricing or performance and whether you’re getting a bang for your buck.
However, I’ve been using the cream consistently for the past few weeks and I still have cream left. I’m not sure how long the tube will last me.
But I think it depends on personal use.
However, I’m definitely considering ordering a couple of tubes just to keep in the tuck. I don’t suffer from chronic pain but it does hit from time to time. Or maybe I can try it the next time I have a migraine to see if it helps.
Where can I order Aromalief?
Have I piqued your interest? If you want to try Aromalief for yourself, you can head on over to their website.