FlexiSEQ Max Strength Osteo Gel 50g
FlexiSEQ Max Strength Osteo Gel 50g
Find yourself stuck with osteoarthritis? Enjoy moving again with the proven pain relief that comes with the maximum strength formulation of this clinically tested and powerful yet drug-free gel.
- FlexiSEQ Max Strength Osteo 50g, a gel applied to the skin to help improve joint function
- Drug-free gel topically applied and formulated to help combat the joint pain caused by osteoarthritis
- Clinically proven to lessen joint pain and improve mobility within two to ten days of twice daily use
- Lubricates the cartilage in joints to relieve pain and stiffness, and improves impaired joint function associated with all stages of osteoarthritis
- Effectively relieves the pain and stiffness of osteoarthritic joints to keep you moving
- Handy 50g tube is ideal for when you're on the go
Aqua, Phosphatidylcholine, Alcohol, Glycerin, Carbomer, Polysorbate 80, Disodium phosphate, Sodium hydroxide, Benzyl alcohol, Methylparaben, Ethylparaben, Linalool, Disodium EDTA, Sodium phosphate, Sodium metabisulﬁte, BHT.
Usage and Instructions
FlexiSEQ is for external use only, take care to avoid contact with your eyes.
If this product gets into your eyes, immediately rinse them well with clean water.
Unless otherwise directed by your doctor, apply FlexiSEQ twice daily, in the morning and the evening, to the soft tissues around the affected joint.
Apply a quantity of gel appropriate to the size of the joint being treated. For a knee, shoulder, or hip, a line as long as your index finger. For an ankle, wrist, or the fingers of one hand, a line as long as half of your index finger.
Take care to personalise the dose for the particular joint you are treating, and to wash your hands after application.
It is important to allow the treated area to dry out before covering, or you will reduce the functionality of the product. Allow the FlexiSEQ gel to dry for at least 10 minutes, or until the skin is touch dry before covering the area. If the gel is taking longer than 10 minutes to dry, you have probably applied too much and you should try using a little less next time. If the gel is taking less than 10 minutes, you should apply a little more next time.
You can reduce the time it takes for FlexiSEQ to dry by warming the skin before applying the gel, or by using a hairdryer on a medium setting after applying the gel, which should reduce the drying time to about 2 minutes.
Twice-daily treatment with FlexiSEQ can provide pain relief after as little as 2 days. However, it may take up to several days of continuous use for the full effect to be seen.
Once opened, continue to store FlexiSEQ gel between 8°C and 25°C, and use the product within three months.
Keep out of the reach of children.
Do not use FlexiSEQ:
If you are allergic (hypersensitive) to any of the ingredients in FlexiSEQ.
On open wounds, broken or infected skin or mucous membranes (the lining of the openings of the body, such as the mouth, nose, or eyes).
If Pregnant or breastfeeding. FlexiSEQ has not been tested on pregnant women in clinical trials and therefore its use during pregnancy is not advised unless it has been deemed necessary by your doctor.
It is unknown whether FlexiSEQ may be harmful to your child if you are breastfeeding. Please ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice before using the product.
FlexiSEQ has not yet been tested on children. Use in these patients should be discussed with your doctor.
There have been no serious side effects reported, relating to Flexiseq.
In clinical trials, Flexiseq caused minor skin irritations, such as erythema, dry skin, and rash at the site of application. These were usually of mild to moderate intensity, transient, and fading away by itself. A treatment interruption was not necessary.
Side effects affecting the skin and subcutaneous tissue (the soft tissue beneath the skin at the site of application) could occur after approximately two weeks of treatment, but should disappear within a further few weeks if you continue to use the product.
In the event of serious side effects, or if you notice any side effects not listed in this leaflet, please tell your doctor or pharmacist.
There are no known interactions with medicines.