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    Joint Force Spray


    I've been using Joint Force for about 6-8 weeks now every day, twice a day after showers.

    Lately i've noticed that upon spraying I get a burning sensation on the spot - has anyone else experienced this?

    Also It is starting to itch in the areas sprayed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozc View Post
    I've been using Joint Force for about 6-8 weeks now every day, twice a day after showers.

    Lately i've noticed that upon spraying I get a burning sensation on the spot - has anyone else experienced this?

    Also It is starting to itch in the areas sprayed.
    Never has happened to me. Maybe after the application dries start using moisturizer... I dunno though.
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    moisturise after the spray has dried?

    I use it on my chest/sternum area, what do you use it for?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ozc View Post
    moisturise after the spray has dried?

    I use it on my chest/sternum area, what do you use it for?
    I use to use it on my knee. I haven't had my knee problem in awhile though. Its almost like it helped heal it, but who knows for sure what happened.
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    never had that issue
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    Quote Originally Posted by ozc View Post
    moisturise after the spray has dried?

    I use it on my chest/sternum area, what do you use it for?
    Are you having joint pain in your sternum? Try rotating the site of application.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prld2gr8ns View Post
    Are you having joint pain in your sternum? Try rotating the site of application.
    Yep I've got localised inflammation in my manubriosternal joint - joint pain is worst in the morning or if i slouch or put pressure on the joint.

    Joint force spray has helped to a extent. However after 8 weeks of application it feels like a burning sensation on application.

    What do you mean by rotating the site of application?
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    Ok. Rotating the site of application just means changing where you apply it too for a few days then going back to applying it directly. The lotion recommendation is also another good idea.
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