- Naproxen gel. The indications for using Naproxen 10% gel are: aching muscles and joints after injuries (contusions, dislocations, tears etc.) and joint degeneration.
1 g of the preparation contains 100 mg of the active substance, i.e. naproxen and auxiliary substances.
- muscle and joint pain after injuries (contusions, dislocations, tears etc)
- joint degeneration
Naproxen is a preparation for external use in the form of a gel, white color, with a menthol odor.
The preparation contains an active substance - naproxen - belonging to non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).
The preparation in the form of a gel is well absorbed, and the active substance penetrates the skin into the affected area, acting painkilling and anti-inflammatory. As a result, pain and swelling are reduced and movement is restored.
The preparation causes a pleasant feeling of coolness on the skin and does not soil clothes.
How to use:
If the doctor does not recommend otherwise, apply the preparation on dry, clean skin (most often a gel strip approx. 4 cm), spread it in the place of pain and massage gently until completely absorbed.
The product should be used from 4 to 5 times a day, usually at intervals of several hours. Do not use Naproxen for more than a few weeks (usually up to 4 weeks).