Product details Nise Gel
Features of Nise gel
Nise gel has a refreshing sensation because it contains menthol as an active ingredient.
It also has a cool cooling effect and a sedative effect.
In addition, the active ingredient capsaicin has the function of suppressing pain and itching.
Nimesulide has sedative and antipyretic effects, works on the causes of inflammation and pain, and relieves pain. Methyl salicylate is not only effective in promoting blood circulation, but also in pain.
This can relieve symptoms such as muscle and joint pain.
The effect of Nise gel
Nise gel is effective for pains such as chronic rheumatism, muscle aches, back pain and sprains.
Inflammation is the root cause of these pains, which can be reduced by reducing inflammation.
Indications for Nise Gel
- Those who are suffering from muscle pain
- Those who are having trouble with joint pain
- Those who are looking for a gel that does not contain steroids
Active ingredient of nise gel
The active ingredients in Nise Gel are nimesulide, methyl salicylate, menthol and capsaicin.
Nimesulide has a sedative and antipyretic effect, methyl salicylate has the effect of promoting blood circulation and reducing pain, and menthol has a cooling and analgesic effect.
Capsaicin also has the effect of reducing pain and itching.
Nise gel content / content
Each bottle contains 30g.
Nise gel contains nimesulide, methyl salicylate, menthol, capsaicin, etc.
- Dr Reddy’s Laboratories Ltd
Nise gel dosage
How to use Nise Gel
Make sure to apply with clean hands before using Nise Gel.
Apply a thin coat of about 3 cm at a time, 2 to 4 times a day, to areas with pain in the shoulders and lower back. After applying, wash your hands cleanly.
Recommended dose of Nise Gel
When using Nise Gel, keep your hands clean and the affected area as clean as possible.
Also, try not to dry the affected area as much as possible. You may feel a strong refreshing sensation and a tingling sensation.
After application, dry it thoroughly, and if you are concerned, cover it with a well-ventilated material such as gauze.
The maximum monthly usage of Nise Gel is 3. In addition, the maximum daily usage is one.
Be careful when applying to areas with thin skin, especially around the eyes.
Precautions when using Nise Gel
Nise Gel is an external medicine and should not be taken. Be sure to apply it.
Do not use on mouth, around eyes, nose, genitals, wounds, sunburned skin or infected areas. Be especially careful when using it on areas with thin skin or mucous membranes.
Side effects of Nise Gel
Main side effects of Nise Gel
Side effects of Nise Gel include inflammation, tingling and tingling pain, redness, rash and itching.
If you experience any abnormalities, discomfort, or side effects on your skin, please consult your doctor or pharmacist.
If you feel that the effects and side effects of Nise Gel are strong
While applying Nise Gel, the applied area may become hot or painful.
In that case, please discontinue use for 2-3 days.
Precautions when using Nise Gel
Those who are careful about using Nise Gel
Those who need to be careful with Nise Gel are those who have weaker skin than usual and those who are prone to allergic reactions to the active ingredients.
Before using, consult your dermatologist or internal medicine before using.
Be careful when using Nise Gel
There is no need to be careful when using Nise Gel. However, if you have weak skin or atopic dermatitis and have already been prescribed an external medicine by your doctor, please consult your doctor before use.
People who should not use Nise Gel
People who should not use Nise Gel are those who have an allergic reaction to the active ingredients contained in Nise Gel.
If you use it, not only the above side effects but also other side effects may occur, so please refrain from using it.
Contraindicated drug with Nise Gel
There are no contraindicated drugs for Nise Gel. However, it cannot be used by people with allergies or hypersensitivity to the active ingredients of Nise Gel.
If you are prescribed an external medicine by a dermatologist, please use it after asking if you can use it together before use.
How to store and handle Nise Gel
How to store Nise Gel
- Store out of direct sunlight.
- Store away from high temperature and humidity.
- Keep out of reach of children.
Precautions for handling Nise Gel
- Please follow the usage amount.
- Do not take anything that has expired.
- Be sure to consult a doctor before use.
Shipping / Packing
Country of shipment
The sender’s name is not the name of the “lifetimePills”.
Only the name of the shipping country is listed, or the name of the shipping country vendor.
Please note that in most cases, the name of the shipping country will be stated when posting the absentee slip.
Since the product name and drug name of the order will not be printed on the outer box, the contents can be received without the delivery staff or family members knowing the contents.
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