Deep Heat’s new Odourless Single Patch offers soothing relief for longer
Issued by Armstrong Communication & PR - Aug 11th 2017, 10:29
Mentholatum has improved the formulation of Deep Heat’s Odourless Single Patch to offer longer lasting, safe and odourless warming therapy for up to 12 hours, ensuring soothing relief from minor muscular aches, pains and stiffness of muscles and joints.
Non-staining and easy to use, the air activated heating patch is comfortable to wear and is applied directly to the skin for deep, penetrating and relaxing warmth. As it is also odourless, it is worn unnoticed under clothing. The new longer lasting formulation also has an improved adhesive, ensuring that the patch, which comprises a non-woven fabric with a breathable film, stays in place even when perspiring.
Along with the new formulation, the pack was redesigned by PMAC in Cape Town. Deep Heat’s Odourless Single Patch is displayed in a counter shipper of 12 single units and there are 96 units in a case.
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