Embrocation Creme? Here is the scoop –
I know you read our article on embrocation by Jordan Rapp in the latest issue of Lava, right? If not you should. I started using embrocation four years ago after I realized my knees took forever to warm up. I tried knee warmers, tights (not a good look on a 250 lb man by the way) and knickers. Nothing worked until a friend recommended embro. Embrocation is the bee’s knees, and I have some recommendations of my own.
“Lotion for my legs? I’m not that type of guy,” I quipped, until I tried it. Now I just rub a dab of Medium Mad Alchemy on my knees and Boom goes the dynamite! My knees are happy. And there’s nothing better than happy knees—except maybe healthy lungs and strong legs. Embro works in cold temperatures, wet and rainy conditions, and even warm days. I won’t ride without it. The non-warming embro I use as a muscle rub.
One problem I noticed though, it took a long time for the embro to wear off. I’m talking 12-plus hours. Heck, sometimes I like the unforgiving heat, as the Hangar can get cold. A shower won’t help either—water only activates and intensifies the heat.
Until now. Mad Alchemy sells Unbrocation!
Or Post Ride Wash as they call it. I call it a savior. Unbrocation is a rinse that helps, as you might have guessed, remove the embrocation. As with all MA products, the rinse contains natural oils. Have I mentioned its scent? I want to drink this stuff. I won’t I assure you but it smalls of ginger and citrus. I dig it.
Unbrocation is available seperately for $7.95 or in a pack with a bottle of body wash and shower bag for $16.95. Worth its weight in gold if you ask me. And it’s easy enough. You just spray it on, scrub your ham hocks, and rinse. The accessory body wash included with the pack helps rinse off the rinse after you rinse. I’m getting loopy now. Time to sign off.
Read more: In The Hangar: Mad Alchemy Embrocation Cream : LAVA Magazine http://lavamagazine.com/gear/in-the-hangar-mad-alchemy-embrocation-cream/#ixzz1qVG1owvx
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