When you are suffering from pain, you may not know how to use a beauty sponge, according to a new study.
The study by researchers at the University of Florida Medical Center looked at over 1,200 patients who were referred for a cosmetic surgery.
The researchers found that over half of the patients with pain said they did not know their body had a pain relief method.
“We thought there must be something out there that can relieve pain, but we didn’t have any data on it,” said Dr. Mary Ellen Stottlemyre, the study’s lead author.
The results of the study are published in the journal Pain.
Stottlemare said the study showed that the patients may not have known they were suffering from a problem.
It also found that patients who did not have a pain reliever were also more likely to report having pain relief with the beauty sponge.
“It could be that people just don’t know what they’re dealing with,” she said.
Pain relief with beauty spongs has become increasingly popular in the past few years.
There are several brands available, ranging from $10-$25, and some even come with a 30-day trial of a treatment.
Stottilemare is not sure how common these treatments are in patients, but she believes it’s not a major problem.
She also thinks there is a stigma attached to using a beauty sponge to relieve pain.
“They may think, ‘I have a headache, I’ve had a headache,'” she said, “but they don’t really know if it’s a headache or not.
I think a lot of people just assume that it’s just a bad thing.”
Stottilere also said it may not be a bad idea to give your body a break.
The researchers said they hope to find a way to get more people using beauty spoons to relieve their pain.