Liberty Lotion; Limitless

I have been given this Limitless Lotion as part of a product review through the Chronic Illness Bloggers network. Although the product was a gift, all opinions in this review remain my own and I was in no way influenced by the company.

I love to try new products especially ones that are so easy to use.

Limitless Lotion is a water-based product and has no gels or petroleum ingredients.
The ingredients include: Distilled Water, Emulsifying Wax, Stearic Acid, Willow Bark Extract, Glycerin, Boswellia, Argan Oil, Flax Seed Oil, Colloidal Silver, Citric Acid, Benzyl Alcohol, Bergamot Oil, Lavender Oil, Arnica Montana (5x).

Just like the name the uses are limitless. Customers have used it on Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, Muscle Pain, Headaches, Scrapes, Stings, Bites, Bruises, Rashes, Cramps, Sciatica, Chronic Injury-Related Pain, Rosacea, Eczema, Psoriasis, Joint Pain and more!

MADE IN THE USA
“From the very start, it has been a guiding principle for us at Liberty Lotion to procure our ingredients from the very best sources available. Part of this ideal is our insistence on buying American, whether it’s bottles, active ingredients, labels or packing material. It is our firm belief that it is our roots in industry, and especially small business, that makes our country great, and we are committed to contributing to the American economy by relying on our excellent domestic manufacturers and suppliers to fill the needs of our growing business. This is why we are proud to say, for all of our products, that they are made right here in the USA.”

Limitless Lotion, from Liberty Lotion, is NOT a CBD-based lotion. Liberty Lotion makes a variety of CBD-based products including tinctures (internal) and topicals. But, Limitless Lotion is different. Limitless lotion is a pain-relief lotion that while it doesn’t contain CBD oil is a Cannabimimetic; meaning it contains compounds that mimic the effect of CBD. Specifically, Limitless Lotion contains Boswellia Serrata extract. Boswellia respectively contains a compound called Incensole Acetate which mimics the effects of CBD.”

I have tried several CBD-based lotions. Libery Lotion did not work as quickly as others but the more often I used it the more I noticed it help to relieve my overall aches. I have begun trying to use it at the onset of a headache. I have noticed that it has helped alleviate the temple and neck pain.

The lotion quickly absorbs into my skin without leaving any greasy feeling and I really like the mild smell. I did find that I needed to use more than their instructions of using one pump per 2×2 square of skin.

They offer a great loyalty reward program. When you sign up for Liberty Rewards, every $1 you spend at libertylotion.com accrues 3x Liberty Rewards. You can also earn rewards for: signing up for a new account, registering your date of birth, referring friends, and liking and sharing our pages on social media.

I plan on continuing to use Limitless Liberty Lotion without any of my other lotions to continue to test the product. In addition, I have had my daughter begin to use it for bruises and sore muscles.

They offer a FREE TRIAL SIZE

Read more about Liberty Lotion at their website libertylotion.com and follow them on Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/libertylotion/

Take my clothes – please …. Living with Fibromyalgia and Allodynia

Imagine your worst sunburn. How did it feel when you had to put on your shirt? or have someone touch you?

It is something that I experience every day.

What causes me to feel like my nerves are trying to jump out of my skin?

Allodynia is believed to be a hypersensitivity to stimuli that would normally not cause pain. The pain can be provoked by a light touch to the skin, pressure from clothing, showering, combing or brushing your hair. Even a light breeze blowing across your skin can feel like agony. Allodynia is considered to be the result of a process called central sensitization. The pain comes from a malfunction of specialized nerves, called nociceptors. These nociceptors sense information about things like temperature and painful stimuli right at the skin.. Any sensation felt by the skin becomes painful. Two types of allodynia are tactile allodynia, which is pain caused by touch and mechanical allodynia, which is caused by movement across the skin.

The warmer I am the more my skin stings and burns, then anything touching my skin or a light breeze can send me in a frenzy,

Not only is my skin painful to the touch but my clothes cause daily pain.

I choose what I wear every day based on the level of the feeling. Clothing can cause pain all over your body. Most days my arms, hands and thighs are only affected. Today, my entire body feels like I am being attacked by pins and needles.

Other times I describe areas as feeling numb or tingly.

Most days at work you will find me wearing short loose sleeve shirts or tank top style blouses. They type of fabric plays a big part. I am more likely to look at the style of the blouse. The least amount of clothing and lightest touching is the best.

I have had to change the style of socks and shoes that I wear. If I have to wear socks I wear the shortest softest lightest ones I can find.

Everyday the minute I get home from work the shoes and socks are the first to go. I have a very loose soft pair of slippers that I put on then I change out of my work clothes and put on crop length loose pj bottoms and a very loose short sleeve top. On weekends I have light weight crop workout pants, a soft loose sports bra and a shirt that barely touches my skin at all.

Don’t even get me started on clothing tags.