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Stop That Pain!!

As a crafter, have you ever gotten a sore shoulder from repetitive motions or an achy back from sitting for hours at an all-day scrapbook crop?  Yep, I am guilty!  Or maybe you suffer from arthritis, joint pain or other minor aches that make it impossible to enjoy your favorite activities and hobbies.  We have found an incredible topical pain reliever for you called Stopain!!


1 of every 5 people in the U.S. suffers from some type of arthritis and it affects 3 times as many women as men.  May is National Arthritis Awareness Month and Stopain is an Arthritis Foundation sponsor, donating a portion of the proceeds for every product sold in 2011 (with a minimum contribution of $25,000). We love this!


Stopain comes in four different formulations; Spray, Extra-Strength Spray, Roll-On, and Gel.  We were thrilled to be able to try the Extra-Strength Spray.  Seriously, if you have ever used a messy topical pain reliever a spray is very intriguing! 


Stopain Cold 4 oz. Spray Extra Strength Features:
*No Drip
*No Stain
*Non-Greasy
*Light Scent (We found this to be strong at first but disappears rather quickly.)
*Hands-Free Application
*Sprays at Any Angle
*Contains 8% Menthol (Recognized by the FDA as an analgesic!)
*Enhanced with Glucosamine and MSM (methyl sulfonyl methane) for joint health and mobility.

I suffer (suffer? sounds so horrible and old! hmmm..) from Thyroid Disease which gives me muscle and joint pain and my husband has a bad back with a herniated disk and a touch of arthritis.  Oh, the joys of advancing age!  We both found a pleasant temporary relief with Stopain.  We also both are quite crafty and creative people so it's great to have a quick solution to the aches and pains that stop us from working on our projects.  Stopain is available nationally in pharmacies, drug and discount stores as well as at www.stopain.com.

The giveaway portion of this post is now CLOSED.  Thanks to all who entered!!  Our winner is...
Comment #51 SummerSorbet!

Would you like to win your very own full-size bottle of Extra Strength Stopain Spray?  Just follow these rules to enter the giveaway.  Be sure to leave your email in your comments if it isn't in your profile so we can find you if you win.  Thanks!  Connecting with Stopain on Twitter and Facebook will also give you insider pain-fighting tips and information on more giveaways!!

MANDATORY ENTRY
*1) Leave a comment on this post and tell us why you'd like to win.  Easy!

EARN EXTRA ENTRIES, complete as many or as few as you like:
*2)  Like @Stopain on Twitter.  Leave a comment and include your twitter name. 
*3)  Follow @ArtsyChaos on Twitter.  Leave a comment and include your twitter name.
*4)  Like Stopain on Facebook.  Leave a comment with your facebook name (first name, last initial). 
*5)  Like the Artsy Chaos Facebook fan page.  Leave a comment and include your facebook name.
*6)  Follow Artsy Chaos with Google Friend Connect (in the right sidebar--->).  Let us know you follow.
*7)  Tweet this giveaway.  Leave the URL to your tweet!  You can tweet once daily if you'd like, just come back and leave a comment to let us know.  Or, if you'd prefer, share on facebook or another social networking site. Just leave the URL in a comment and let us know (once daily).

Sample tweet:
#WIN @Stopain Extra Strength Spray @ArtsyChaos Stop That Pain!! http://t.co/Kyybppx #giveaway #arthritis #backpain #painrelief
Giveaway ends May 25, 2011 at 11:59 pm MST.  Be sure to leave your email or  have it in your blogger profile so we can find you if you win.  Open to the US only, 18+.  Winner will be selected by a true random generator.  Winner must respond to winning email in 48  hours or a new winner will be selected.   No compensation was received for this article and all opinions are honest and unbiased.  Your experience may differ.  Thank you to Stopain and Robin Leedy & Associates for providing product(s) free of charge for review and the giveaway prize(s).

Comments

Terry said…
LOL.... I would love to win this. I was just sitting at the computer rubbing my neck and shoulders with one hand while using the mouse with the other.
Terry said…
I am following gfc

terrylee5151 at aol dot com
Terry said…
Follow Stopain on twitter as CandidaJourney

terrylee5151 at aol dot com
Terry said…
I follow you on twitter as CandidaJourney

terrylee5151 at aol dot com
Terry said…
I like stopain on fb

terrylee5151 at aol dot com
Terry said…
I like you on fb

terrylee5151 at aol dot com
Jennifer said…
I would like to win because my shoulders hurt me all the time.
sexyhots29@yahoo.com
Jennifer said…
I followed Stopain on twitter @zombiesugarpie
sexyhots29@yahoo.com
Jennifer said…
I follow Artsy Chaos on twitter @zombiesugarpie
sexyhots29@yahoo.com
Jennifer said…
I like Stopain on facebook Jennifer C.
sexyhots29@yahoo.com
Jennifer said…
I like Artsy Chaos on facebook Jennifer C.
sexyhots29@yahoo.com
Jennifer said…
I am a GFC follower: jennifer clay
sexyhots29@yahoo.com
Jennifer said…
tweeted
http://twitter.com/zombiesugarpie/status/69896387554312192

sexyhots29@yahoo.com
BeautyToLove said…
--I would like to win because I suffer from bad shoulder and neck pain. I think this would work great for it! :)
aliaskys (at) yahoo . com
Thank You!! :)
BeautyToLove said…
I Follow @Stopain on Twitter
***Twitter Name: BeautyToLove
aliaskys (at) yahoo . com
Thank You!! :)
BeautyToLove said…
I Follow You on Twitter
***Twitter Name: BeautyToLove
aliaskys (at) yahoo . com
Thank You!! :)
BeautyToLove said…
I Like Stopain on Facebook
**FB Name: Francine E.
aliaskys (at) yahoo . com
Thank You!! :)
BeautyToLove said…
I Like Your Facebook Fan Page
**FB Name: Francine E.
aliaskys (at) yahoo . com
Thank You!! :)
BeautyToLove said…
I Follow you via Google Friend Connect
***GFC Name: Beauty To Love
aliaskys (at) yahoo . com
Thank You!! :)
Gia_Pet said…
I would love to win this for my husband; he suffers from constant pain in hid back and knees from old football injuries!
Julie said…
My husband could sure this-he has trouble with his neck,back and knees
paining him
thanks
aunteegem@yahoo.com
Julie said…
like u on fb Julie S Laws
aunteegem@yahoo.comj
I would like to win this to give to my MIL who suffers from bad arthritis.

thepricklypinecone(at)gmail.com
I like stopain on FB

thepricklypinecone(at)gmail.com
Diana said…
I would love to try on all the little aches and pains of getting old
hrddiana556@gmail.com
Diana said…
I follow on GFC
hrddiana556@gmail.com
Diana said…
I follow Stop pain on twitter
hrddiana556@gmail.com
Diana said…
I follow Artsy Chaos on twitter
hrddiana556@gmail.com
Diana said…
I follow Artsy Chaos on FB
hrddiana556@gmail.com
Baby Mama said…
I would love this for my back pain
sarahlovesvegas@hotmail
Baby Mama said…
Like you on fb
sarah hinhart
sarahlovesvegas@hotmail
The Teacher said…
I would like it for my back pain.
jessicajhennings@gmail.com
The Teacher said…
Follow Stopain.com Twitter
jessicajhennings@gmail.com
The Teacher said…
Follow Wendy Artsy Chaos
@ArtsyChaos Twitter
The Teacher said…
Follow Stopain FB
jessicajhennings@gmail.com
The Teacher said…
Like Artsy Chaos FB
jessicajhennings@gmail.com
The Teacher said…
GFC
jessicajhennings@gmail.com
The Teacher said…
I tweeted about it
jessicajhennings@gmail.com
Bonnie said…
I would like to win Stopain for my husband. He has had shoulder pain for months and nothing seems to help
bepoia(at)hotmail(dot)com
Bonnie said…
I follow GFC
Bonnie P
bepoia(at)hotmail(dot)com
Alicia C. said…
LOL - If I start listing all of the aches and pains this would be used on, I'm going to sound like my grandmother after you ask, "So, how are you doing today?" Let's just say there are very few body parts this WOULDN'T be used on!
ohmiss14 at yahoo dot com ☮
Alicia C. said…
I'm a GFC follower!
ohmiss14 at yahoo dot com ☮
Alicia C. said…
I follow Stopain on Twitter
amccrenshaw
ohmiss14 at yahoo dot com ☮
Alicia C. said…
I like Stopain on FB
alicia c.
ohmiss14 at yahoo dot com ☮
Alicia C. said…
I like you on FB
alicia c
ohmiss14 at yahoo dot com ☮
Alicia C. said…
I follow you on Twitter
amccrenshaw
ohmiss14 at yahoo dot com ☮
SummerSorbet said…
I would love to win this because I have arthritis in my knees and some days they hurt so bad I can't hardly walk.
~Darlene Arnold
snacee@scottsboro.org
SummerSorbet said…
I am following Stop Pain on twitter. User name is Summersorbet123.
~Darlene Arnold
snacee@scottsboro.org
SummerSorbet said…
I am following Artsy Chaos on twitter. Twitter name is Summersorbet123
~Darlene Arnold
snacee@scottsboro.org
SummerSorbet said…
I like Stopain on Facebook.
~Darlene Arnold
snacee@scottsboro.org
SummerSorbet said…
I like Artsy Chaos on facebook.
~Darlene Arnold
snacee@scottsboro.org
SummerSorbet said…
I am following Artsy Chaos via Google Friend Connect.
~Darlene Arnold
snacee@scottsboro.org
Susan said…
I would like to win this as I suffer from chronic pain in my back & legs!
sbuttercup@roadrunner.com
Susan said…
follow Stopain on twitter
sbuttercup@roadrunner.com
Susan said…
follow you on twitter
@Susanbryant1972
sbuttercup@roadrunner.com
Susan said…
like Stopain on FB!
sbuttercup@roadrunner.com
Susan said…
like you on FB
sbuttercup@roadrunner.com

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