ICE Muscle Soak
Another interesting product up for review today. This time it's the Fight Soap Ice Muscle Soak. Great for bath time, so grab your rubber ducky and join us as we do some relaxing and reviewing. Read on Gear Junkies!
Ingredients and Use
Fight Soap Ice Muscle Soak is meant to be used in the same way Epsom salt. You poor some into a hot bath wait a few mins and then jump in. The Ice Muscle Soak sea salt crystals are rich in magnesium, sodium, calcium, and potassium, all great things that your body can use after a rough day of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu or other training.
When I first opened the package of the Ice Muscle Soak the scent was really strong, but in a good way. The smell itself was not too feminine for me, but others may have a different opinion on how manly their bathtub additives should be. The aroma was a bit addictive and I found myself smelling the packaging every time I walked past the table. The downside to all this is when I actually put the crystals into the hot water the smell was not even close to as strong. I'm not sure if it's possible, but it would be great if the smell after adding it to the water was stronger.
After singing a few songs, rubba-dub-dubbing and all that, it was time to get out of the bath and face the world again. The muscle soak left my skin feeling soft and I'm happy to say that it did not dry it out at all. I can't say for sure that it did or didn't help with muscle soreness though. I was indeed relaxed after the hot bath, but baths are known to do that.
I would say if you find yourself having enough time to relax and enjoy a hot bath do it! It's good for your body and mental health. If you happen to have a pack of Fight Soap Ice Muscle Soak kicking around, dump that in there too. You normally get about two soaks per pack and they are priced currently at $4.50 per pack before shipping. I would say because of the cost it's not something that I could afford to use everyday, but then again I don't find myself taking baths everyday either.