*NEW* MendMeShop Ultrasound Lotion
Infused with Aloe Vera
Expiration Date Of Approximately 2 Years - Stays Fresh At Room TemperatureToday we have some great news - MendMeShop has a new Ultrasound Lotion we developed and are now shipping!
After months of developing a new formula and waiting for preliminary tests to come back, I can honestly say our new Ultrasound Lotion is a winner! We have been receiving calls and emails on a daily basis from people looking for an alternative to the standard ultrasound gels on the market - and these calls prompted us to work on this exciting new formula.
As an added bonus, we are offering a very special savings for those who take advantage of of this Introductory Sale (available for only a limited time). More on that below. Let us first provide an overview on this exciting new conductive lotion.
Our New Ultrasound Lotion Contains An Important Healing Ingredient: Aloe Vera
Aloe Vera been shown in research to provide anti-inflammatory benefits while providing a soothing effect to sore and damaged tissues. In addition, the phonophoresis effect of combining therapeutic ultrasound with an aloe infused conductive lotion can help reduce edema (swelling) and promote healing & strengthening of injured tissues (muscle, tendons, ligaments, and more).
The science behind the MendMeShop Ultrasound Lotion is what makes this product unique. Its ability to effectively penetrate deep into the body is the result of an intense effort to combine key ingredients using a precise formula. Not only do the ingredients need a proven efficacy, but they also have to have the right molecular size to permeate the skin. As well, the medicinal molecule can't react with the ultrasound gel. It must also be able to survive the thermal and vibrational effects of the ultrasound wave. The delivery of medicinal properties via ultrasound is truly a science unto its own.
Made in Canada at an FDA registered AND Health Canada approved manufacturing facility, you can be assured that our Aloe Infused Ultrasound Lotion is safe and effective. Expect the same high quality that MendMeShop customers have been accustomed to since 2005.
We've kept out all the bad ingredients (paraben, colorants, industrial dyes), and we can honestly say - it was a challenge to develop! Our decision NOT to use the standard industrial aloe additive but to use REAL Aloe Vera is a decision made for this reason: MendMeShop is about Real Solutions for Real People.
Why an Ultrasound Lotion and Not a Gel?
To begin, our lotion is not messy and sticky like some gels are. Plus, some gels become runny after exposure to different temperatures and the closer they get to the expiration date, the more the texture can change in the gel. An Ultrasound lotion has more consistency in texture.
With an ultrasound lotion, it is easier to apply and allows one to achieve more even coverage. Best of all - you can massage the excess lotion into your skin after a treatment. The Aloe Vera has a very soothing and calming effect! You do not need to wipe the excess lotion off the body like you do when using a traditional ultrasound gel.
But most importantly, the soundwave conductivity results between ultrasound lotion and ultrasound gel are very similar. You will retain all the benefits of ultrasound treatments using an ultrasound lotion.
There is a reason why high-end therapy clinics choose to use an ultrasound lotion instead of a gel - because their clients insist on nothing but the best. And the best is what we want to provide to our customers.
Each bottle is a standard 8 ounce size containing enough ultrasound lotion for approximately 45 applications. This is definitely a good time to stock up on ultrasound gel ahead of the summer injury season.
You may order online (on this very page) or by calling us toll free 1-866-237-9608 to place an order over the phone. We are available on weekdays between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm Eastern Time.
All orders are sent Priority Mail, with delivery within 2 or 3 business days.
Conditions That Benefit From Treatment With Aloe Infused Ultrasound Lotion
post-injury conditions (dislocations, distortions of joints, inflammation of muscles, tendons, etc)
pain in rheumatic diseases
low-back pain of neurological origin (i.e. root pain, discopathies, sciatica)
Bursitis and similar inflammatory ailments
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Foot/Toe Sprains/Achilles Sprains and Strains
Ankle/Knee/Calf/Neck Sprains and Strains
Hip Sprains, Thigh Sprains/Strains
Post - Exercise Recovery (when the workout goes a bit too far)
Plantar Fascitis & Heel Spurs
Rotator Cuff Injuries: Supraspinatus / Infraspinatus / etc.
Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome
Tendonitis (acute or chronic)
Tennis Elbow, Golfers Elbow,
Upper and Lower Back Strains
Wrist/Hand/Elbow/Shoulder Sprains and Strain
- Injuries where excess Scar Tissue has developed