Arctic Spray was created over 15 years ago when talented actress and dancer Cyd Charisse was in search of a way to relieve her mother’s painful arthritis. Cyd experimented with every product on the market – Icy Hot, Flex All, Mineral Ice, Ben Gay – to no avail. Determined to find help for her ailing mother, Cyd petitioned a known chemist to develop a formula more powerful than anything on the market and thus, Arctic Spray was born!

Cyd was ecstatic with the results, as Arctic Spray Liquid Ice brought the relief she long desired for her mother. For Cyd, years of dancing had left her with daily aches and pains as well, and Arctic Spray provided fast, effective relief of her minor aches and pains.Ms. Charisse was eager to share her discovery with friends and colleagues, including Gerald Oppenheimer, a dedicated
philanthropist and noted entrepreneur. Gerald had dozens of friends and colleagues that suffered constant pain from arthritis and other ailments, so he decided to give Arctic Spray a try.  Gerald was so impressed with the affects of Arctic Spray on colleagues, he bought the formula!In just two years the number of loyal customers grew dramatically and today thousands of people worldwide have enjoyed the swift, soothing pain relief of Arctic Spray.

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