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Perfecta Products Revamps Zim’s Max-Freeze

June 21, 2013

OTC cream now without coloring, sulfates or parabens.

Just in time for summer’s heat, Zim’s Max-Freeze brings a cooling element to the season. According to its manufacturer, Perfecta Products, Zim’s Max-Freeze no longer contains ingredients such as parabens, sulfates or coloring.
 
“Our customers are asking us to provide them with a product for temporary pain relief that lives up to our brand promise – safety, efficacy and naturally-based products that really work,” said Perfecta Products, Inc. Director of Marketing & Sales Mark Smith. “We are listening. Whether after a long workout, run or just everyday aches and pains, the cooling relief of Zim’s Max- Freeze is the go-to option to relieve minor pain. Zim’s Max-Freeze is popular with men and women of all ages, including athletes, runners and individuals in need of temporary pain relief.”
 
Zim’s Max-Freeze can be purchased nationally at Wal-Mart, Walgreens, CVS, Rite Aid, Amazon.com, drugstore.com and many other national and regional health and food stores.

More info: www.zimsusa.com
 
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