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Walmart Adds Zim’s Max-Freeze Spray to Shelves

August 30, 2013

OTC arnica-fueled SKU expands its distribution.

Perfecta Products, Inc, billed as the arnica experts, reports that Zim’s Max-Freeze Continuous Spray has been added to Walmart shelves.
 
Zim’s Max-Freeze Continuous Spray provides a temporary cooling relief with a clear and stain-free formula. It may effectively relieve pain associated with sore muscles, sprains, back, shoulder and neck pain. It also may provide relief to ankle, knee, hip and elbow joints. Zim’s Max-Freeze Continuous Spray uses one-touch spray technology and has a 360 spray capability, providing convenience for consumers.  
 
Zim’s Max-Freeze Continuous Spray is available in a 4-oz. can. It joins Zim’s Max-Freeze Gel and Zim’s Max-Freeze Roll-On products in Walmart stores. These items can all be found in the topical analgesic section in Walmart stores across the nation. 
 
"We wanted to give an option to our customers for those hard to reach places,'' said Perfecta Products, Inc. Director of Marketing & Sales Mark Smith."Zim’s Max-Freeze Continuous Spray provides a fine mist formulation that goes on smooth and even. No need to worry about rubbing in the product!”
 
Zim’s Max-Freeze Continuous Spray key ingredients include organic Ilex, Aloe Vera and Arnica. Other effective ingredients are Vitamin E and Tea Tree Oil. Zim’s Max-Freeze Continuous Spray is not tested on animals and is proudly made in the USA.
 
The Zim’s line offers a number of different over-the-counter solutions for pain relief, skin and lip care. The Zim’s product line aims to expand consumers’ options for quality topical products.

More info: http://www.zimsusa.com
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