About RUB•A535TM

Proudly manufactured in Montreal, Quebec, Canada for over 90 years, RUB·A535TM has been helping Canadians manage their pain. In 1919, RUB·A535TM was introduced under the name Antiphlogistine in the form of a poultice. Then in 1957, RUB·A535TM Regular Topical Analgesic cream was introduced. Over time, RUB·A535TM has become a trusted name in pain management, with an extensive product line ranging from wraps and patches to heating, cooling and dual action creams. Today, RUB·A535TM has Natural Source options like Arnica Gel-Cream, providing fast-penetrating relief of inflammation, bumps and bruises.

About Church & Dwight Canada

RUB·A535TM is manufactured by Church & Dwight Canada. For over 100 years Church & Dwight Canada has offered trusted solutions for the everyday needs of Canadians. Our reliable, effective brands can be found in every corner of the household; they include Gravol®, First Response®, Orajel®, Trojan®, Vitafusion® and L’il Critters®, Arm & Hammer®, OxiClean®, SpinbrushTM and many others. Church & Dwight Canada Corp. is a division of Church and Dwight Co. Ltd. a leading manufacturer and distributor of over-the-counter medicines, health and beauty products, household cleaners and animal nutrition products.

Church & Dwight Canada’s head office handles the marketing and distribution of its products in Canada and is located in Mississauga, Ontario. Quality control and assurance, as well as research and development are coordinated through our office and plant in Montreal. The Montreal plant contains a 155,000 square foot manufacturing site. It is equipped with a wide range of processing and packaging equipment used to manufacture Church & Dwight Canada’s OTC health care products, as well as some of our personal care and family planning products.

Pain relief proudly made in Canada.

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