Remedies for joint and muscle pain Reparil ® -Gel N Madaus
For adults and children over 12 years.
Active ingredients: 1% aescin and 5% 2‐hydroxybenzoic acid, N‐ethylethanamine salt (diethylamine salicylate).
Areas of application: For the external, short-term symptomatic treatment of mild pain after acute blunt trauma (eg bruises, sprains). If you do not feel better or if you feel worse after 2 days, contact your doctor.
For Remedies for joint and muscle pain risks and side effects, read the leaflet and ask your doctor or pharmacist.
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Reparil ® -Gel N Madaus - THE DUAL POWER FOR BRUISES AND PAIN.
Clinically proven effectiveness
The unique combination of DEAS and Aescin in Reparil ® -Gel N Madaus has been proven to have a decongestant, anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving effect.
With the dual effective approach against pain
The topical NSAID diethylamine salicylate (DEAS) in combination with aescin from the horse chestnut has an effective pain-relieving, anti-inflammatory and decongestant effect.
Rapid relief from bruises
The Reparil ® -Gel N Madaus combination of active ingredients can contribute to faster relief from bruises and contusions.
What distinguishes Reparil ® -Gel N Madaus?
- Triple action: decongestant, anti-inflammatory and analgesic
- Use for blunt injuries such as: bruises, contusions, sprains, strains, muscle and joint pain
- Transparent and cooling gel
- Not greasy and absorbs quickly
- Clinically proven effectiveness
Ah, you green nine!
Most accidents happen at home. According to the Robert Koch Institute, 2.8 million people in Germany suffer an accident at home every year. Sports and leisure activities are also common causes of blunt injuries such as falls, strains, bruises and sprains in children and adults. But there is a risk of injury lurking everywhere: in the warm summer months, the swimming pool season poses a risk of slipping, while in the autumn and winter months there is generally an increased risk of slipping and falling due to wetness, snow and ice. So bruises and blunt injuries are common everyday injuries of all ages.
What is a bruise?
A bruise is a blunt injury caused, for example, by an impact, impact, fall or fall without any visible skin injury. Blunt injuries often limit the mobility of the affected body part. But why do bruises hurt? In the event of a bruise, skin, fatty tissue or muscles are crushed. This can lead to swelling, bruising, and inflammation, and understandably cause uncomfortable pain. Blunt injuries usually heal without consequences if they are treated early and in a targeted manner. Depending on the severity, it can take anywhere from a few days to weeks to heal. Repairil ®-Gel N Madaus, as a decongestant, anti-inflammatory and analgesic gel, offers a comprehensive approach to external, symptomatic treatment.
FIRST AID FOR BLUNT INJURIES – THE LUCKY RULE If the worst comes to the worst
, the so-called LUCKY rule has proven to be quick and recommended first aid for blunt injuries and for the treatment of sports injuries. The goal is to reduce swelling and inflammation, relieve pain, and initiate appropriate therapy. This can reduce consequential damage, possibly even prevent it, and reduce the healing time. So how do you behave properly? The bad luck rule says: Take a break and avoid further stress or sporting activities. Ice or cold spray, such as Reparil ®Use ice spray for quick cooling. Cooling reduces blood flow, which reduces swelling and pain. Compression: Applying a pressure bandage with moderate pressure to prevent swelling. Elevate the injured area. This reduces blood flow, promotes lymphatic drainage and reduces swelling.
WITH DUAL POWER AGAINST PAIN In order to enable effective pain relief beyond first-aid measures, Reparil ® -Gel N Madaus provides relief with its unique composition of active ingredients. It has a decongestant, anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving effect. Repairil ®-Gel N Madaus combines an analgesic (diethylamine salicylate – DEAS) with the natural power of horse chestnut (aescin). DEAS is known as an effective analgesic and anti-inflammatory substance for muscle and joint pain. Aescin has a proven anti-inflammatory effect. The active ingredient reduces water accumulation in the tissue and thus has a decongestant effect. The salicylic acid compound DEAS increases the anti-inflammatory effect and has a particularly deep-acting, pain-relieving effect.
FREQUENT QUESTIONS Remedies for joint and muscle pain AND ANSWERS
What active ingredients does Reparil ® -Gel N Madaus contain?
Aescin (horse chestnut extract): In skin-penetrable form, reduces water accumulation in the tissue and reduces swelling in the tissue. Local swellings that cause a feeling of heaviness and tension pain are quickly eliminated and inflammatory processes are effectively combated. DEAS (diethylamine salicylate): The salicylic acid compound increases the anti-inflammatory effect and has a particularly deep-acting, pain-relieving effect.
What other properties does Reparil ® -Gel N Madaus have?
Reparil-Gel N Madaus is a transparent gel and penetrates quickly and completely into the affected tissue. In gel form, the active ingredients are particularly well absorbed by the skin. In addition, the anti-inflammatory gel provides cooling and pain relief as soon as it is applied. Reparil-Gel N Madaus is not greasy, does not smear, is therefore particularly pleasant and clean to use and is also extremely well tolerated by sensitive skin areas.
How is Reparil ® -Gel N Madaus used?
Unless otherwise prescribed by the doctor, Reparil ® -Gel N Madaus is used 3 times a day for adults and children over 12 years of age. Depending on the size of the painful area to be treated, an amount the size of a cherry to a walnut, corresponding to approx. 2.5 to 6.0 g Reparil® -Gel N Madaus applied thinly to the affected body regions and rubbed in lightly. The maximum daily dose is 20 g of gel. Before applying a bandage, Reparil ® -Gel N Madaus should dry on the skin for a few minutes. The use of an occlusive dressing is not recommended. If you do not feel better or if you feel worse after 2 days, contact your doctor.