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Bought a 32 oz bottle 9 years ago, still seems to be working fine.

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Anyone know how many months/years of expiration dates these sprays comes with? Need to see if they are good to stock it up.
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Anyone know how many months/years of expiration dates these sprays comes with? Need to see if they are good to stock it up.
Bought a 32 oz bottle 9 years ago, still seems to be working fine.
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Now HSA/FSA eligible
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We found the gel to be more effective. Only benefit of the roll on is you eliminate the dangers of touching private areas without getting ALl the gel off your fingers....not pleasant.
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Out of stock
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thanks OP.

The 3 pack (first link listed) is coming up as $25.64 for me, what am i missing?
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thats the lowest price from amazon according to the camel.

ETA, it won't let me add the roll on to cart.

$25.64 now
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We found the gel to be more effective. Only benefit of the roll on is you eliminate the dangers of touching private areas without getting ALl the gel off your fingers....not pleasant.
We found the gel more effective as well.
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Thanks op, and also thanks to the one recommending the gel- I got that!
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roll-on dead
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There are two gels, which is better?
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Not as good of a deal as the other 16oz deal but still cheaper by ounce than the 3 pack gel.
$21.60/12oz= $1.80 ounce
$22.36/16oz = $1.40ounce
$26.90/16 oz professional = $1.68 ounce


I picked up the "professional" version. Appears 1% more active ingredient

Biofreeze Professional Pain Relief Gel, 16 oz. Pump, Green https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01H2ZK...yFbE9BJRJD
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Anyone know how many months/years of expiration dates these sprays comes with? Need to see if they are good to stock it up.
FYI, "Biofreeze has a shelf life of 2 years for the cream and patch versions and 3 years for the gel, roll-on, and spray versions." (https://www.performancehealth.com...lief-faq). So, in case you want to stock up, ensure to apply them GENEROUSLY when using Big Grin
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