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Pernaton Gel Review and Giveaway

Pernaton Gel Review and Giveaway

There is nothng worse than being in pain.  Whether it is a muscle ache or just general aches and pains, it makes us miserable. If you suffer pain my Pernaton Gel Review and Giveaway will be of great interest to you.

I was recently asked if I would like to review Pernaton Gel which is a specially formulated gel to aid connetive tissue and joint care.

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Having a child with a chronic illness, also means she suffers with muscle pains, especially in her legs.  A lot of things we have tried over the years have not helped.  So wanted to try this on her to see if it gives her any relief from the daily pain she suffers.

Unfortunately, we have not been able to try this out on her yet, so can not comment if it is any good or has helped with her pain.

I can however, talk about my Mum.  She slipped getting out of the shower, which worried us a bit as she cut her head and had a huge lump, but also bruised and hurt her shouders and lower back.  She could hardly move.

I mentioned that I had a cream to try which is for pain, which I was going to try on C, did she want to give it a go.  I rubbed it on her affected areas and she said it was cooling and a little tingly, but she was amazed at how well it helped ease the pain.

She has found that when she uses it the pain is far less than if she does not use it, which you can see for yourself as she moves around. So definitely a winner in the StressedMum household.

What is Pernaton?

Pernaton is a gel specially formulated to aid connective tissue and joint care,

  • Contains Green Lipped Mussel Extract
  • Added mentol and other essential oils to help improve joint mobility
  • Quickly absorbed creating and instant cooling effect
  • Parabens Free, tried and tested formula

*Not suitable for small children or those with a shellfish allergy

The Giveaway

If you would like to try this amazing cream for yourself or a loved one, why not enter my giveaway where you can win 2 x 125ml tubes on Pernaton.  See below on how to enter

Pernaton Gel Giveaway

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Pernaton Gel Review and Giveaway

Pernaton Gel Review and Giveaway

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Comments (133)

  • Peter Watson 2 months ago Reply

    Don’t fight your body.If it tells you to rest,then rest.

    Danika Lloyd 2 months ago Reply

    Know your body and be kind to yourself

    Margaret GALLAGHER 2 months ago

    Heat and pressure- works winders

    paula cheadle 2 months ago Reply

    Have a nice warm bath

  • Dale Dow 2 months ago Reply

    I only wish I had a top tip. Sometimes a warm bath can help

  • Iain maciver 2 months ago Reply

    a long soak in the bath

  • Alice Dixon 2 months ago Reply

    A good rest with a hot water bottle

  • Annabel Greaves 2 months ago Reply

    I find a walk in the air can help

  • laura stewart 2 months ago Reply

    pain killer and plenty of rest

  • Keith Hunt 2 months ago Reply

    Hot Water Bottle

  • cat 2 months ago Reply

    try meditation, pain is in the mind distractions are best.

  • fiona waterworth 2 months ago Reply

    A really good heatpad helps me

  • Gentle exercise releases endorphins which will make you feel happier

  • Solange 2 months ago Reply

    Heat pads or ice packs.

  • Tamara Payne 2 months ago Reply

    massage and pain killers

  • Sheena Batey 2 months ago Reply

    A hot water bottle

  • Helen Irene Lear 2 months ago Reply

    Be honest about your pain and listen to your body

  • Louise Heaton 2 months ago Reply

    Lavender for migraines and salt baths for soaking away aches and pains

    Sandra Fortune 2 months ago Reply

    I can only think deep heat and massage helps apart from pain killers. Though my sister in law has sciatica and has been having acupuncture which has been working well

  • Emma Morgan 2 months ago Reply

    Heat, I swear by a hot water bottle for most of my aches & pains

  • Nageena Ahmed 2 months ago Reply

    Do some meditation and deep breathing to help you relax.

  • Vivien Taylor 2 months ago Reply

    A Hot bath with a big scoop of epsom Salts or Magnesium Salts

  • Amanda Baggott 2 months ago Reply

    I find a relaxing bath usually helps

  • Emily Hutchinson 2 months ago Reply

    Don’t ignore it and overdo things

  • Claire V 2 months ago Reply

    Deep slow breathing to get through waves of pain

  • Tracy Newton 2 months ago Reply

    My advice to others is rest when your body is telling you to. Although I am very busy semi single mam. I don’t practice what I preach.

  • stuart hargreaves 2 months ago Reply

    A good soak in a hot bath and then apply a decent deep pain relieving gel

  • Pauline Hill 2 months ago Reply

    a long long soak ina hot bubbly bath

  • Alice Gilkes 2 months ago Reply

    To rest the area and use a hot water bottle.

  • Maria Gellar 2 months ago Reply

    Sleep is so restorative.

  • Jo m welsh 2 months ago Reply

    A good quality rest with a heat pad

  • Mel Turner 2 months ago Reply

    A soak in a warm bath

  • Rose H 2 months ago Reply

    Top tip for pain relief is to go lie down and close your eyes. Don’t feel guilty about taking time out of your day and just relax and focus on the now. Along with lavender and Pernaton!

  • Marycarol 2 months ago Reply

    A nice warm relaxing bath

  • Sarah Rees 2 months ago Reply

    I dont really have one, but when I am in pain I just sleep

  • Sean Eccles 2 months ago Reply

    Relax in the bath and just because your having a day in not so much pain don’t over do it

  • isabelle smith 2 months ago Reply

    a meditation session

  • Geri Gregg 2 months ago Reply

    Hot water bottle, medication and rest

  • clair downham 2 months ago Reply

    dont do too much

  • Debbie W 2 months ago Reply

    I love a hot water bottle. My kids have them too. It isn’t just a pain relief- it relaxes you too, which makes you feel better.

  • Natalie Burgess 2 months ago Reply

    Medication and a long soak in the bath xx

  • Maggie 2 months ago Reply

    I find heat packs can help

  • Jade Jones 2 months ago Reply

    As an ehlers danlos syndrome patient Pain is one of the biggest complications i face every day. My biggest tip is to pace yourself. The more you do i find the more pain it causes

    admin 2 months ago Reply

    Do sorry you suffer pacing is the key

  • Justine Meyer 2 months ago Reply

    I am still looking for the answer after 20 plus years

  • Sharon Wilkes 2 months ago Reply

    Nice warm soak in bath. a massage. Hot water bottle.

  • Sarah Birkett 2 months ago Reply

    SOMETIMES just a hotwater bottle is enough to relax your muscles

  • Lisa Parker 2 months ago Reply

    A hot bath or a hot water bottle.

  • Ruth Harwood 2 months ago Reply

    I use a lot of painkillers, but that wouldn’t be something I’d recommend as I’m addicted, but Ibuprofen gel is good for pain x

  • Claire Woods 2 months ago Reply

    Distraction. Keep busy so you are not thinking about the pain.

  • christine Goody 2 months ago Reply

    A good soak in the bath with Epsom Salts is my go to relief. It really is so soothing. Please try it… I get 10kg from an online retailer.

  • Felicity Mc 2 months ago Reply

    Tiger balm is another natural product that works like magic.

  • Paul Bingham 2 months ago Reply

    Long hot bath

  • Angela Treadway 2 months ago Reply

    try to take painkillers as soon as you have signs that your gonna be in pain x

  • Lorna Ledger 2 months ago Reply

    I have a hand held massage tool , it really is great, It was £30 but well worth it

  • Lisa Wilkinson 2 months ago Reply

    If I hurt myself then I take Ibuprofen as soon as I can and apply heat to the affected area.

  • Jodie Green 2 months ago Reply

    Painkillers, pain relief gel and rest

  • leanne weir 2 months ago Reply

    I favour hot and cold packs over tablets

  • Carolyn E 2 months ago Reply

    Go to bed with a hot water bottle, a drink and a magazine

  • Charlotte G 2 months ago Reply

    A hot water bottle or ice pack, depending on what hurts

  • Amy Bondoc 2 months ago Reply

    make sure you dont overdo it reast you need to!

  • Christina Palmer 2 months ago Reply

    A nice long soak in the bath with some relaxing music.

  • Lynn Neal 2 months ago Reply

    wallking around and a hot water bottle

  • zoe brown 2 months ago Reply

    microwave heat bags

  • Patricia Avery 2 months ago Reply

    I find distraction helps me a lot. Reading or exercise takes my mind off the pain 🙂

  • Nadia Josephine 2 months ago Reply

    I love to have a long soak in a hot bath with salts to help my muscles.

  • Angela Kelly 2 months ago Reply

    Lying down and sleeping is the only thing that helps my lower back and leg pain.

  • Karen Stirling 2 months ago Reply

    A tepid bath with salts.

  • Mel Pennie 2 months ago Reply

    A warm bath, plenty of rest and depending on where the pain is a massage can be helpful!

  • Jessica Powell 2 months ago Reply

    I swear by those sticky heat pads these days.

  • Carole Nott 2 months ago Reply

    Depending upon where the pain is located, painkillers are a good start following by heat compresses

  • Eileen Tingle 2 months ago Reply

    I know this may sound a bit corny but deep, steady breathing can control all sorts of stress and pain.

  • Janine Phillips 2 months ago Reply

    I usually use a hot water bottle x

  • Joanna Nichol 2 months ago Reply

    Deep breathing as a distraction technique

  • Joanna B 2 months ago Reply

    A warm bath for aching muscles. Quiet time in a darkened room for a headache.

  • Samantha Mytton 2 months ago Reply

    A heat pad, really helps me out.

  • Man Tat Chung 2 months ago Reply

    Heat packs really help me

  • Mark Mccaffery 2 months ago Reply

    Small repetitive tasks to take your mind off it.

  • Sarah Mccaffery 2 months ago Reply

    Some gentle stretching and a massage.

  • Mandy Doherty 2 months ago Reply

    Heat packs or ice are what I use

  • Margaret Mccaffery 2 months ago Reply

    Have a short nap to take the mind off things.

  • Troy Easton 2 months ago Reply

    I am using baths for soaking my aches and pains.

  • Katharine Phillips 2 months ago Reply

    I often find a hot water bottle very comforting for back and shoulder pain and occasionally I may use a painkiller to speed the process though prefer to do things as naturally as possible.

  • Helen Jones 2 months ago Reply

    Try and take your mind off the pain by meditating and resting

  • Lydia Graham 2 months ago Reply

    Try a hot water bottle before taking pain killers, it may just work

  • Susan Ocock 2 months ago Reply

    I try to find something that will keep me busy as a distraction or a warm bath for muscle pain

  • emma kinsey 2 months ago Reply

    hot radox bath

  • emma kinsey 2 months ago Reply

    hot radox bath and bath salts

  • janine atkin 2 months ago Reply

    ibuprofen and rest

  • Catherine Stewart 2 months ago Reply

    A hot water bottle really soothes my lower back pain

  • JULIE WARD 2 months ago Reply

    I’ve tried Voltarol for my shoulder, it did ease it

  • Sarah Parker 2 months ago Reply

    heat then cold 🙂

  • Chloe Cunningham 2 months ago Reply

    A nice hot bath

  • Natalee Gosiewski 2 months ago Reply

    i have been having lavender oil in my baths to help relax me when my back hurts

  • Anthea Holloway 2 months ago Reply

    A good night’s sleep is usually a very successful way to get pain relief.

  • Sophie D 2 months ago Reply

    I always use heat for pain relief

  • Dawn Hull 2 months ago Reply

    I find a microwave heat bag really helps with aches and cramps.

  • claire little 2 months ago Reply

    heat can help.

  • Janine H 2 months ago Reply

    I can’t seem to find anything to ease my constant pain so I’d love to give this a try

  • Jsy 2 months ago Reply

    Use a hot water bottle, great for aches and pains or a personal tens machine is also useful

  • Thomas Riley 2 months ago Reply

    great prize

  • Gaynor Vincent 2 months ago Reply

    I always take a shower to ease my aches and pains and keep moving!

  • Leslie Evans 2 months ago Reply

    Have an interesting hobby

  • Rachael Sexey 2 months ago Reply

    A nice warm bubble bath and arnica gel

  • Emily G 2 months ago Reply

    Long, warm bubble bath is always a good cure for aches and pains.

  • Nilza 2 months ago Reply

    I am doing Alexander technique which is helping a lot

  • Meryl Thomas 2 months ago Reply

    Usually a long soak in the bath

  • SUSAN Lesley HALL 2 months ago Reply

    My hubby has very bad joint pain but has started pilarties which seems to be helping

  • Laura Napier 2 months ago Reply

    For muscle and joint pain its always better to treat with heat – so a hot water bottle or a soak in a warm bath.

  • Carol Boffey 2 months ago Reply

    great giveaway

  • Vicky Allum 2 months ago Reply

    I had really bad back pain during pregnancy and found that a session swimming really did help me.

  • Kristine Bloomfield 2 months ago Reply

    Alternate with heat and cold packs

  • Rebecca Whatmore 2 months ago Reply

    Heat for muscular pain. Massages are also useful.

  • LEE HARDY 2 months ago Reply

    Sleep & rest

  • Steven Beasley 2 months ago Reply

    Have a nice warm shower

  • Georgie Wright 2 months ago Reply

    Various combinations of painkillers, tens machine, hot water bottle, ice pack, distractions! Sometimes they work, sometimes they don’t. I like to give this gel a try.

  • Elaine Stokes 2 months ago Reply

    hot bath, followed by rest

  • Jessica Hutton 2 months ago Reply

    I live with a severe chronic pain disease and take a lot of medication but I find if I keep moving it helps. Giving in to it allows your muscles to stiffen and makes the pain worse. Gentle walks and keeping warm helps the most.

  • Sue Carter 2 months ago Reply

    A hot shower and putting my feet up helps my arthritic knees a little. Love to try this cream though.

  • Victoria Prince 2 months ago Reply

    try and find something you can do that doesn’t aggravate the pain to take your mind off it and distract yourself!

  • Sheila Reeves 2 months ago Reply

    Soak in a bath – put some epsom salts in if you have them, really helps with relaxing

  • Simone Griffin 2 months ago Reply

    A hot water bottle and lots of rest

  • sharon martin 2 months ago Reply

    warm bath or hot water bottle

  • Emma 2 months ago Reply

    Nice warm bath or a wheat pack

  • Jocelynne Harrison 2 months ago Reply

    Heat packs that plug in. Mine really helps with my bad back

  • Adrian Bold 2 months ago Reply

    Lot’s of heat pads, baths and rests.

  • Tammy Neal 2 months ago Reply

    Hot soak in the bath x

  • Diane 2 months ago Reply

    An effective treatment for backache is paracetamol and codeine tablets combined.

  • min 2 months ago Reply

    A steamy hot bath 🙂

  • Sarah Roberts 2 months ago Reply

    l always find heat helps to a certain extent so a hot bath or hot water bottle is my first step, then cream or tablets depending on intensity of pain

  • Joy Winn 2 months ago Reply

    Painkillers & stretching exercises

  • tishist 2 months ago Reply

    A warm bath and rest can be helpful.

  • Darren Bourne 2 months ago Reply

    Heat can really help, from a hot water bottle for example.

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