Frequently Asked Questions
If symptoms persist for more than 7 days or clear up and occur again within a few days you should stop use and consult with your doctor.
A topical over-the-counter (OTC) pain reliever is applied at the site of discomfort to provide targeted temporary relief of minor pain.
Women who are pregnant, or think they may be pregnant, should check with their healthcare provider before using Icy Hot products.
All Icy Hot pain relief products can be used for children over the age of 12 years old. For children younger than 12 years old, parents should ask a doctor.
Icy Hot pain relief products should not be used at the same time as other topical pain analgesics.
Icy Hot pain relief patches are designed to work on muscle aches, strains, sprains, simple backache, and bruises.
Icy Hot pain relief is available in creams, rubs, sprays, gels, balms, roll-ons, sticks and patches.
Icy Hot pain relief patches should not be used more than once
Only one Icy Hot product should be used at a time.
Patches are safe to wear under clothing. Please refer to the package for complete directions and use only as directed.
Yes, Icy Hot Pain Relief products can be used before, during, and after physical activity. Please refer to the package for complete directions and use only as directed.
No, you should not use a heating pad while using Icy Hot products.
Icy Hot products should be used prior to their expiration date.
For individual product information please see our products page.
Please refer to the product use directions for specific instructions on how often to safely apply Icy Hot products.
Yes, please refer to the package for expiration dates.