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Deep relief joint pain gel, DOC IBUPROFEN pain gel 5%

HERMES Arzneimittel GmbH

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DOC IBUPROFEN pain gel 5% Deep relief joint pain gel

Pack size:200 g Dosage form:gel

doc ® Ibuprofen pain gel

Active ingredient:

Areas of application:
For the sole or supporting external treatment of swelling or inflammation of the soft tissues near the joints (e.g. bursa, tendons, tendon sheaths, ligaments and joint capsules), sports and accident injuries such as bruises, sprains, strains.

Contains, among others:
benzyl alcohol, benzyl benzoate, citral, citronellol, coumarin, eugenol, farnesol, geraniol, D-limonene and linalool.

For information about risks and side effects, read the package leaflet and ask your doctor or pharmacy.

The ibuprofen from the tube: As effective as tablets but better tolerated*
For inflammation-related joint and back pain, it doesn't always have to be a tablet. doc®Ibuprofen pain gel, the pain-relieving, anti-inflammatory and cooling gel, is applied to the painful area - the effect occurs shortly after application. The rest of the organism is hardly put under any strain.

doc ® Ibuprofen pain gel can be used externally for the following complaints:
• Inflammatory back and joint pain
• Inflammation and swelling of the joints, tendons and ligaments
• Sports and accident injuries such as bruises, sprains or strains

Effective effect & skin-care properties
Effective effect at the site of pain the proven pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory active ingredient ibuprofen. By avoiding propylene glycol and paraffins and adding nourishing oils such as lavender and bitter orange blossom oil, doc ® Ibuprofen pain gel is well tolerated by the skin.

Quick depth effect exactly where it hurts.

1 Local application

Applied locally, the pain gel cools the rubbed area and is quickly absorbed without leaving stains.

2 Penetration of the skin layers

The ibuprofen, dissolved in tiny micelles, reaches the site of pain quickly and without major detours through the individual skin layers.

3 Effect at the site of pain

Once at the site of pain, ibuprofen acts directly in the affected tissue and relieves the symptoms there.

How do I use doc ® Ibuprofen pain gel?
It is applied directly to the painful area. Unless otherwise discussed with your doctor, use the pain gel as follows:
• Frequency: 3 times a day
• Duration of use: no longer than 3 weeks

Single dose:
a 4 to 10 centimeter long gel strand (equivalent to 2 to 5 grams of gel), depending on the size of the area to be treated. Total daily dose: maximum 15 grams of gel (= 750 milligrams of ibuprofen) per day.

*3 x daily Ibuprofen pain gel (5%) compared to 3 x daily 400 mg ibuprofen tablets for acute soft tissue injuries; when used as intended.

Deep relief joint pain gel