JOINTEze Penetrating Pain Relief Patches can be used for the symptomatic relief of localised pain and inflammation in muscles and joints.
Each sleeve contains 6 self-adhesive patches that can assist in:
- Easing pain in swollen, stiff joints and muscles.
- Soothing tired, aching and stressed muscles.
- Reducing inflammation.
- Increasing the flow of blood to the painful area and so helps speed up the recovery process.
This medicine has not been evaluated by the Medicines Control Council.
This medicine is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Each JointEze Penetrating Pain Relief Patch contains:
Active ingredients per 100g of paste
Dimethyl Sulfone (MSM)
Directions for use:
Adults and children above 12 years of age:
- Clean the affected area and dry thoroughly.
- Remove one patch from the pouch and peel off the clear film from the back of the patch.
- Firmly place the adhesive side of the patch onto the skin.
- If required a bandage may be applied on top of the patch to ensure patch is securely held in position.
- Patches can be replaced every 12 hours.
- Do not exceed the recommended daily dosage.
- Efficacy of support may vary between users.
- Seek medical advice if symptoms persist.
Side effects and special precautions:
- This product is well tolerated and side effects appear to be minimal and of a non-serious nature.
- On application and immediately thereafter a slight warming sensation will be experienced on the skin, which is normal.
- There might be sensitivity to some of the ingredients such as rash, itching or excessive skin irritation. If in doubt consult your medical practitioner.
- Whilst a mild warming sensation will be experienced, if this becomes excessive, discontinue use immediately.
- Do not apply near the eye area and avoid contact with mucous membranes.
- For external use only.
- Do not apply to open wounds.
- Do not use after date of expiry.
- KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
- Do not use if known hypersensitivity or allergy exists towards any of the ingredients.
- Pregnancy and lactation: Safety has not been established.
- Porphyria: Safety has not been established.