Australian Dream Review: Does it Relieve Pain?


Australian Dream

Australian Dream is an arthritis pain relieving cream.

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Claims & Features

  • No odor, burning, or grease residue
  • No side effects
  • Absorbs easily
  • Powerful relief

Cost & Availability

You can find Australian Dream in stores or online for around $17-$30.

Australian Dream Commercial

The TV commercial below has been airing as of November 2015.

Australian Dream Reviews

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Most consumers first heard of Australian Dream via television and radio commercials featuring Chuck Woolery pitching the product. This arthritis pain relief cream has been advertised for years, and continues to been seen on television spots throughout the U.S.

As with other pain relief creams, you simply rub a small amount on the affected area and relief should occur within minutes. The active ingredient is Histamine Dihydrochloride 0.025%, an external analgesic. Oddly, it also contains Glucosamine sulfate, Chondroitin sulfate, and Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM), which are known to help arthritis pain when taken orally, not necessarily when applied topically. It has been suggested that Australian Dreams works by increasing blood flow to the area, which produces warmth and masks the pain.

No topical cream is an end-all solution to arthritis (or any) pain. Most customers, however, have expressed satisfaction that Australian Dream works at least minimally and at least for a short period of time. How much relief and for how long seems to vary wildly. We’ve had reports of it lasting anywhere from minutes to hours. It would appear that results are quite subjective based on individual anatomy and physiology.

As of this writing, here is how Australian Dream measures up at various retailers:

  • At Walgreens it has a 3.3 star rating.
  • CVS customers give it a 4 star mark
  • At Walmart it ranks at 3.5 stars
  • Amazon customers give it 3.9 stars

Australian Dream has a rather generous “empty jar” return policy, which most customers have reported as being on the level. If you aren’t satisfied with the product, you can return the empty jar with you sales receipt to Australian Dream Refunds PO Box 609 Campton, KY 41301.

Another odd item to note is that Australian Dream isn’t sold in Australia.

Similar Products

Topical pain relief creams are ubiquitous. Such brands as Icy Hot, Ben Gay, Aspercreme, etc., have been advertised for years. You may be interested in our reviews of Blue Emu or Penetrex. There are also dozens of other pain relief creams at Amazon you can peruse.

Epic Conclusion

Australian Dream is one of many topical pain relief creams on the market. It would appear that a majority of consumers feel that it provides at least some relief. You can find the product in stores, and the company offers a generous “empty jar” return policy if you’re not satisfied. Worth considering if you’re in the market for a topical pain relief cream.

If you’ve used Australian Dream, please give it a star rating and comment below.