Temporarily relieves minor pain associated with arthritis, simple backache, muscle strains, muscle sprains, bruises, cramps
- Temporarily relieves minor pain associated with arthritis, simple backache, muscle strains, muscle sprains, bruises, cramps
Capsaicin (0.025%), Menthol (10%).
Adults and Children over 18 years:
- Squeeze desired amount of Capzasin Quick Relief Gel onto affected area
- Using the sponge-top applicator, massage dispensed gel into painful area until thoroughly absorbed
- Repeat as necessary, but no more than 3 to 4 times daily
- If medicine comes in contact with hands, wash with soap and water
Safety Warning: Children 18 years and younger: Ask a doctor. Close cap tightly after use. For external Use Only.When using this productuse only as directeddo not bandage tightly or use with a heating padavoid contact with eyes and mucous membranesdo not apply to wounds or damaged, broken or irritated skina transient burning sensation may occur upon application but generally disappears in several days.if severe burning sensation occurs, discontinue use immediately and read package insert for important information.
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