I was watching a soccer match between PSG and Barcelona when Xavi got injured. Then I see a referee calling in a medical team and I instantly knew what I'm going to write about.
So I researched everything about this Secret magic soccer spray that has "the ultimate healing powers" to heal and wrote this article about it. So, first of all, let me answer your question.
What is a magic soccer spray?
Magic soccer spray is a topical skin coolant that usually contains ethyl chloride. This soccer spray can cool and numb the skin temporarily, and that way ease the pain of the minor injury. However, after applying this soccer spay, nothing is being healed or magically cured.
Magic soccer spray is useless when it comes to major injuries though.
It is really only cooling the skin. It has no real effect on the injuries - and the player will need sooner or later proper care off the field.
But as I said already, this magic soccer spray can ease the pain of a minor injury, since the cold is great for easing the pain and inflammation.
Although, some people call it magic spray because a player gets up really quickly after the treatment.
Honestly, there are really two explanations for that:
As a former soccer player, I can say that mostly it's one of these things.
What about the effectiveness of this magic spray?
Soccer magic spray works mostly for minor injuries. However, it has no real use when it comes to more serious injuries. This spray works well as a quick treatment on the pitch - and usually works for easing a small pain due to the fact, that cold helps to fight inflammation.
So there you go. It's a really simple answer, and really don't need more to it.
It is also recommended, that you should spray through some kind of cloth like a sock, shorts or jersey. Never directly on the skin.
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These cold sprays are great for minor soccer injuries. They will help to cool your skin (cold reduces inflammation) and will also numb the pain.
It's really great to have this in your backpack if you have a few bucks to spend.
Magis spray cools the temperature of your skin down, and that way helps to fight the inflammation of the minor injury. It also helps to numb the pain, which is player experiencing. It is considered as a fast minimal treatment. If the injury is serious, the magic spray won't be very efficient.
This coolant spray relies on temporary relief from the pain on the soccer field.
Because as discussed, it's not really efficient for major injuries.
Also, one thing we didn't discuss is the "placebo" effect. As a former soccer player, I've been sprayed many many times - even at times it wasn't needed (I was buying time - I think everybody did it at least once in their career).
Getting sprayed with this coolant can is really satisfying because you feel the cold and it kinda numbs the pain. It's like a placebo - where you start to actually believe that it does something more than just cooling.
So as you can see, there is nothing magical about soccer coolant spray. I wish there was a spray that could heal you within a minute - but I guess we need to wait for such technology.
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