Thursday, March 10, 2011

Tiger Balm Review and Giveaway!


Let's face it, we are all stressed. No matter who you are, a working mom, stay at home mom, college student, it doesn't matter. We are all stressed beyond belief. 

Today I am going to tell you about a product that might relieve the stress just a little bit... 
Tiger Balm Neck and Shoulder Rub is a massage on the go!

It is specially formulated to relieve neck and shoulder pains.

Don't worry about a greasy residue, because there's not one!

Tiger Balm Neck and Shoulder Rub comes in a pleasant, soothing scent.

The tube is a convienient size, perfect to slip into your purse, diaper bag or glove box, but still big enough that you won't lose it!

Neck and Shoulder rub isn't the only product that Tiger Balm makes. In fact, it's just one of many!!

Tiger Balm makes products for all sorts of discomforts, such as headaches, colds, back pain, joint pain, muscle aches and strains and much much more!

If you would like to try Tiger Balm, you can get a $1.00 off coupon by requesting one on their website, or via their Facebook page.

While you are on their Facebook page, be sure to check this out, and win a Tiger Balm gift pack worth approx $50.00!!

That's not all!

THREE lucky Flip Out Mama readers will win a full size bottle of Tiger Balm Neck and Shoulder Rub!!!

To win, simply leave a comment telling me:

What makes you stressed? (ahh, the answers are endless!)

Contest will end on 3/20/2011 at approx 10pm est. Winners will be chosen via random.org and will have 48 hours to respond to email notification or an alternate winner will be chosen. Sponsor is responsible for prize fulfillment. I am not responsible for prizes that are lost, damaged or otherwise not received.

Disclosure: I received a sample product in order to conduct this review. Although a sample product was received, all opinions are my own, and no monetary compensation was given! Now enter the giveaway!

19 comments:

  1. I get stressed when my kids are sick or have doctor appointments. My kids are my life and I hate to see them go through tough times.
    dianek712@yahoo.com

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  2. hmmm lets see where to begin im always stressed out about money, bills,everything i could go on forever lol i need this so bad lol dcmnjc@yahoo.com

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  3. Kay (kaybaker@roadrunner.com)March 10, 2011 at 11:11 PM

    Is this a trick question? It reminds me of a contest I won when I was about 17 yrs old. The local rock radio station sponsored a contest and the winners got to go to a roller coaster preview party at Kings Island (they had just unveiled The Beast). They said to send a postcard and tell them, "what brings out the beast" in you? My mind went straight to the gutter naturally, and I scribbled on a card, "what brings out the beast in me? Ted Nugent - wearing only a loin cloth!" - - As I dropped it in the mailbox, I smiled at myself, as I thought this was a perfect and creative answer and surely I would win the Kings Island tickets. Fast forward 2 days: The radio station starts reading answers on the air that other people submitted, and they were all very innocent and lame, things like "Traffic on Nicholasville Rd at 5:00 o'clock" - - or "My kids, when they start screaming" - - it quickly dawned on me that I had interpreted this question much differently than others!! I wanted to go get my post card back because now I was totally embarrassed! The following day they read mine. Friends all over town heard it. They called. They laughed. And thank goodness, I set a trend. Other people started to send in answers that were somewhat naughty, thank God. I won the tickets. Had a great time.

    What was your question? Stress. Lost my job a year and a half ago. Unemployment is about to run out. That stresses me.

    P.S. I remember Tiger Balm from the old days, around the same time as my Kings Island trip to ride The Beast. I would love to win.

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  4. Things that make me stressed:
    - not enough time to get everything done at work
    - bills
    - my mother-in-law
    - and the list could to on and on! :)
    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  5. I got accused of "threat of violence" Company was going to fire me. Wife is on disability, and my insurance is all that keeps her out of the long term care home. I filed a grievance and was not terminated. the stress of that 8 weeks in "active suspension" nearly killed me. Major stress was not letting wife know that I was so scared about losing job. we had just bought a new house so all these things piling up... I could not sleep and had serious digestion problems. Then add on the holidays and in-laws visiting. I survived this hell and am back on track, but we are 1 paycheck away from homeless. Yeah I got stress

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  6. Having to look for a job now that I am a mom to a 3 month old.
    yummyfaerie at hotmail dot com

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  7. What makes me stressed is parents who put themselves far before their children

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  8. My work and my kids they both stress me out
    cookster77@aol.com

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  9. Day to day life is stressful.

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  10. Public speaking always stresses me out. I shake all over.

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  11. I work in an elementary school. Need I say more
    crazyred61 at yahoo dot com

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  12. The idiots on my hour long comute to work each day stress me out. And then again on the way home.

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  13. i get stressed from bills and deadlines.
    johnwaynetexas @ gmail dot com

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  14. I get stressed driving on the Michigan Roads in the winter...

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  15. Right now I am stressed out about everything it seems. Work, bills, hubby out of work, mother with breast cancer. It takes all I have to get out of bed and go to work. I think this is really more depression than stress.

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  16. I get stressed from teaching a preschool class of thirteen 3 and 4 year olds!

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  17. Traveling, though I love it, makes me stressed. Even leisure travel! And all the usual stuff - traffic, finances, fighting with my darling husband... and routine stuff like daily meals. When I was single I'd just crack open a can of Spaghettios, but my guy likes to eat! We share the responsibility but end up eating out way too often, which just adds to financial stress. Thankfully I have lots of non-stressful things in my life, too - a bathtub, four cats, and regular naps. :)

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  18. I need to get a job, but the thought of resumes and interviews really stresses me out

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  19. I get stressed when I haven't had enough sleep.
    Thanks for the contest.

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