ACE Products Review And Giveaway

Ace Brand Products

Once I thought my body was impervious to physical suffering and the ravages of age. ?Time proved that accident, illness, and the aging process disrupt general well-being. Oh, to again be free of ?time’s aches and pains!

I never was the athletic sort. ?A dip in the pool, volleyball, and bowling were the extent of my own recreational and competitive activities. ?Still I learned to appreciate and encourage physical fitness, swimming, the gym, running, hiking, and the list goes on…. Exercise is a good way to get and stay healthy. ?I encourage my now adult kids as well as their own kids to workout and stay fit.

Athletics and the practice of any sport–competitive swimming, bowling, cross country, track, soccer, basketball even cheer leading–can make the body’s tendons and muscles sore. ?The best way to avoid discomfort is to avoid the torment of healing.

Why not?remain injury-free? ?Make Ace Sports Tape, Braces, and Supports?work?for you. ?Tape and strengthen those joints so prone to strain then, if?you oops, treat them with Ace Bandages and NEW multi-use Hot and Cold?Compresses.

I have a long time work-related injury. ?A specialist medically prescribed Tens machine ?to help alleviate its tender, throbbing torment. ?The therapist suggested it be bandaged on and used with ice to maximize electrical nerve stimulation.

The Reusable Advanced Multipurpose Hot & Cold Compress in its own soft elastic pouch coupled with an Ace Velcro Closure Elastic Bandage 3″ wide Antimicrobial make it stay where it is put. ?No more slipping and sliding, no more applying then reapplying, no more aggravation, I can be mobile during the treatment not fixed or flat on my back.

Reality Check: ?My injury affects the flexibility and stability of the rest of my body. ?I trust 3M products for quality, support, and comfort enough that I decided to ?try Ace Knee Stabilizer for the long haul on my “good” knee. ?Preventing more pain and injury is a good thing, don’t you think?

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US addresses only please. This contest will end on Monday 08/01/10 at 11:59 pm est. If you?ve entered any of my giveaways before then you know that only comments containing all of the requested information will be eligible for entry. The winner must contact me to confirm they wish to receive the prize within two days of my email notifying them they?ve won. Good luck to everyone!

The product(s) featured in this review was provided free of cost to me for the sole purpose of product testing and review. This review has not been monetarily compensated and is based on the views and opinions of my family and/or self. Please note that the opinions reflected in this post have not been influenced by the sponsor in any way.


70 thoughts on “ACE Products Review And Giveaway

  1. I don’t have a first aid kit in the house (my husband has one in his van), but I have just about everything that would be in a first aid kit in my medicine cabinet.
    jackievillano at gmail dot com

  2. Yup, we have one at home. I think all that I have ever used in it is band-aids.

  3. Yes we have several, I keep one in each car, home and one in our backpacks for hiking. Bandaids and the Sea Band and the first aid ointment are the only things I had to use this summer for home, on hiking I am always pulling out the mole skin for the blisters.

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  5. We have at least five first aid kits. We have used them a few times usually for getting out bandages and ointment. The kids did a project where we put together little mini kits so that we could easily carry them in backpacks.

    danellejohns at gmail dot com

  6. I don’t have a kit per se, but I have lots of first aid items. And yes, I do use them!

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