My Corganics Relief Cream Review – Why It’s My #1 Favorite Cream
It’s time for my Corganics Relief Cream review – because it’s the best topical reliever I used recently.
Now – I’m not a huge fan of creams and lotions, for 2 reason:
- they only hide the pain
- they don’t treat the real cause on the inside
And to be honest, I’m not claiming that Corganics does more.
But in terms of relieving the pain – it was probably the best cream I tried for a long time.
So what makes it so special? Let me give you all the details – based on my experience with it.
Note: This review is based on my experience with Corganics – not on general info about it. I’m not trying to praise/criticize it or its company, I am simply telling my opinion about it.
So Let’s Get To The Review
Full Name: Pain Relief Cream from Corganics
Best Actual Price: From $0.75 (for the 5g size) to $214 (for the galoon)
Cheapest Place To Buy: Corganics.com
Designed For: Pain in general.
It’s not just a joint pain reliever – it actually works for any kind of pain.
My Rating: 9.00 / 10.00
Worth The Price?: Definitely – because it’s pretty cheap (compared to others).
Other than that – it is really effective:
- relieves the pain for a much longer time (compared to other creams)
- works in less than 10 minutes
- it has a money back guarantee for 90 days
However – I would only recommend it for a temporary relief.
But if you only want a cream – this is probably my top recommendation.
What I Liked About I
- Very light consistency
- Not greasy and it gets absorbed in about 5 minutes
- Starts working in less than 10 minutes (in my case)
- You only need to apply it twice a day
- Pleasant smell (something like mint and eucalyptus)
- Helps increase the endurance before workouts (so it also works for someone without real pain)
- Pretty cheap
- 90 days money back guarantee
What I Didn’t Like
- Pretty basic ingredients
- You can’t find many reviews about it
- Shipping isn’t always included (only for products over $50 – if I’m not wrong)
#1 – Ingredients (7 out of 10)
To be honest – Corganics’ ingredients look pretty disappointing:
- only 1 major ingredient (menthol)
- no original substance
- most compounds are labeled as “inactive”
Now – most creams contain similar ingredients. So there’s no much to complain at this chapter.
But let’s take a quick look at the ingredients:
1. Menthol (3%) – it’s probably the most common ingredient from pain relieving creams.
Why? Mostly because of its benefits:
- Provides a cooling sensation
- Blocks nerves signals for a short while (so they don’t reach the brain)
- Starts working within minutes
But obviously – this relief is only going to last a couple of hours. That’s why menthol isn’t a real pain reliever (just a temporary one).
The only advantage of Corganics is that it contains a higher dose. Most creams contain about 2% menthol – while here there are 3.5%.
2. Inactive Ingredients – there are many substances, but they basically have one role:
- improving smell and consistency
- they have nothing to do with the effect (pain relief)
So among these ingredients, there are: several essential oils, herbal extracts or additives.
#2 – Smell & Texture (10 out of 10)
At this chapter – I only have praises for Corganics’ cream.
1. Texture – to be honest, I was pretty surprised about its consistency.
Considering its ingredients – I would have expected an oily texture that soaks in after an hours.
Guess what? That wasn’t the case at all:
- pretty thick texture
- despite the essential oils it contains, it’s not greasy at all
- gets absorbed in a few minutes
- doesn’t leave any marks on the skin (not sticky)
Now – with many creams, I would have to wait over 10 minutes. But this one soaks in really fast – which I really appreciate.
2. Smell – it also gets a high mark from me:
- pretty light
- has an icy-hot feeling
- smells like menthol + eucalyptus
So Corganics doesn’t have that kind of strong, deep smell that stays in your skin for hours.
The fragrance goes away pretty soon and leaves a fresh scent on your skin.
#3 – How It Works (9 out of 10)
As I said before – I don’t expect a lot from creams and lotion.
That’s because they’re not a real treatment for joint pain – just a temporary one.
My Background: I had joint pain in most of my body – due to have 2 kinds of arthritis (both RA and OA).
But the most affected parts were my hands, elbows and knees:
- the pain was up to a 7 sometimes
- I would get flareups about 2 times per week
So could Corganics help – even for a few hours?
How It Worked: Here’s how I would sum up my experience with this cream.
- I first applied a thick layer.
- After about 10 minutes, the cream had soaked in completely.
- My pain also seemed better (it didn’t go away, but it had decreased).
- In the next days, I noticed that even a thinner layer would be enough.
It’s hard for me to give you a number. But let’s say my pain went from a 7 to about a 4 – which is more than it seems on paper.
So this cream really worked, surprisingly for me.
#4 – How Long It Lasts (9 out of 10)
At this chapter, I’m mostly referring to:
- The pain relief itself
- How often you have to apply the cream
- Whether you need a thicker layer or not
Now – I have tried many creams throughout the years.
Most worked, but they all had one major downside:
- their effect would last less than an hour
- some would even decrease the pain for 10 minutes
- afterwards, the pain would come back just as strong
So basically – it wasn’t the intensity that mattered, or how fast it started working. It was actually the time it lasted that made the difference.
Corganics’ Effect: It’s one of the main reasons why I highly recommend this cream.
- The effect lasts for about 10-12 hours, in my case.
- That’s probably the longest effect I’ve experienced from a cream.
- It means that you can apply it 2 times a day.
- Obviously, you need to apply a thicker layer to get this effect.
Now – it obviously depends from person to person. So I can’t really tell if it’s going to work for such a long time for everyone.
However – compared to any other cream I used, its effect lasts much longer.
So that is surely a major advantage.
#5 – Other Uses (9.50 out of 10)
Unlike most pain relieving creams – Corganics seems to work for healthy people as well:
- athletes or gym fans
- people who work out
How exactly does it help? It’s rather designed for pain prevention:
- Increases endurance
- Helps muscles and joints during exercising
- Prevents tendinitis, bursitis or other affections caused by exercising
Now – I can’t really speak from experience here, because I never did more than yoga in the past years.
But while I was looking for other opinions on Corganics, I found some reviews talking about using this cream for workouts.
So don’t just take my word – instead, check them out yourself:
#6 – Price (9 out of 10)
To be honest – Corganics seems pretty good at this chapter as well.
Compared to other creams:
- a bit cheaper
- you can get a much better price for larger packs
So that’s something that most creams don’t offer. Whether you buy 1 or 5 bottles – the price is the same for each.
But let’s take a quick look at Corganics’ prices, depending on the pack:
- 5 g Travel Size ($0.75)
- 3 oz Roll-On ($16.95)
- 4 oz Tube ($16.95)
- 16 oz Pump Bottle ($55.75)
- 1 galoon Bottle ($214.00)
Now – these prices may not seem that low.
But for each of these sizes, buying a larger pack will give you a discount (depending on the initial price).
So overall – you can get a much lower price buying several bottles together.
That’s why I consider Corganics’ price better – compared to most creams. You can save a lot more money using it.
#7 – Money Back Guarantee (10 out of 10)
Surprisingly, Corganics is one of the few creams that offers this.
So according to the official website:
- they will refund everyone who isn’t satsified
- there won’t be any questions or feedback needed
- you can ask for a refund up to 90 days
- you won’t have to resend the cream or anything
To be honest – that sounds almost too good to be true.
But before placing my order, I checked out several authentic reviews – just to make sure it wasn’t a scam.
Well, I haven’t found too many negative opinions, so I got to the following conclusion:
- The company is confident about this product.
- They know it’s effective.
Otherwise – why would they take the risk of losing some money refunding you?
Well, I didn’t get the chance to ask for a refund.
I really liked this cream and it worked really well for me – so I used it all and bought several packs, just in case.
#8 – Final Conclusions
Here’s how I would sum up my opinion about Corganics:
1. Basic Ingredients – even though it contains lots of different substances, most are labeled as inactive.
So out of the active ingredients, there’s only one:
However – it contains a higher dose than most creams (3.5% vs about 2%). So that could make the difference, in my opinion.
2. Longest Effect From All Creams – this is a major advantage, if you ask me:
- you only have to apply it about 2 times per day
- the effect lasts around 10 hours (in my case)
- all you have to do is to apply a thicker layer
To be honest – the longest-lasting effect was around 4 hours. I used a cream called Australian Dream, which is pretty popular.
So even compared to that, Corganics was much better at this chapter.
3. Money Back Guarantee – this is pretty unique among topical products.
Most companies producing creams never offer any discount or refunding policies.
- Corganics doesn’t only offer a refund
- but they also give you 90 days to try the cream before making up your mind
So at this chapter, it’s really worth buying.
My Verdict – Is Corganics Worth Buying?
Short answer: Definitely, if you want a pain relieving cream.
It’s the best one I tried overall:
- longest effect
- soaks in super fast
- money back guarantee
- pretty good price
So even if you use it all and it doesn’t work – the company will refund you completely (without having to send the product back).
Now – if you have arthritis or more than a minor pain, I wouldn’t recommend it.
In fact, I wouldn’t recommend creams in general:
- they only hide the pain for a short while
- they don’t help or treat the cause in any way
- for this reason, your problem will worsen on the long term
So what should you use instead? A supplement.
It’s way more comfortable to use and its effect is for real – not just for a few hours.
Besides, supplements are much cheaper overall. So as far as I’m concerned, I would never use a cream for arthritis or chronic pain.