Brick-and-mortar national retailers that sell Flexall products include Walgreens and CVS, while online sellers Amazon.com and Drugstore.com also sell this muscle relaxant, as of April 2015. Patients spread the analgesic cream onto the skin to temporarily relieve pain caused by strains, sprains, arthritis or backaches, according to Drugs.com.
Walgreens and CVS also sell these products online for delivery to stores or to a customer's home. Amazon.com has an official Flexall section with dozens of products, and Drugstore.com allows users to see all Flexall products for sale on its website. Walgreens.com lets customers automatically repurchase certain items after a certain number of days, while each e-commerce website features shipping discounts for large orders. The retail price ranges from $7 to $9, as of April 2015, depending on the dosage amount and package size.
Flex-All 454 Maximum Strength contains the active ingredient methyl salicylate, notes Drugs.com. The topical cream also goes by the brand names Arthricare Cream, Bengay Ultra, Exocaine Plus, Icy Hot and Thera-Gesic. The topical cream temporarily alleviates muscle and joint pain for patients older than 12 years. Breastfeeding mothers should not apply this cream to areas that may come in contact with an infant. Patients should ask a doctor or pharmacist before taking this medication if someone has an allergy to aspirin or salicylates.