Relief of joint pain without a pill
Voltaren Emulgel 12H Gel
Voltaren 12H Gel relieves pain of joints and muscles with the strength of twice the active ingredient concentration compared to Voltaren Emulgel. Diclofenac penetrates deep into the skin and provides pain relief for up to 12 hours.
Voltaren 12H Gel is available in 50g, 100g tubes.
Questions & Answers
Is Voltaren 12H Gel right for me?
Voltaren 12H Gel is most suitable for people who experience muscle and joint pain and inflammation that lasts throughout the day. Voltaren 12H Gel provides lasting relief from pain and inflammation in joints and muscles. If you want to keep enjoying your everyday activities, then Voltaren 12H Gel can help you take back control of your life by providing you with long-lasting pain relief. Please be aware that Voltaren 12H Gel Voltaren 12 Hour gel should be used for no longer than 14 days for soft tissue injuries and 21 days for osteoarthritis, unless longer treatment has been recommended by a doctor. The gel is not recommended for use in children under 12 years of age.
Does the pain relief from Voltaren 12H Gel last all day?
Voltaren 12H Gel requires only two applications per day, approximately 12 hours apart (morning and evening), to provide all day concentrated relief from pain and inflammation. Regular application (according to instructions) creates a reservoir of diclofenac, the active ingredient, deep within the skin – a source of medicine that is available throughout the day.
What is special about Voltaren 12H Gel?
Voltaren 12H Gel can provide concentrated all day pain relief by targeting pain and inflammation at the source. By applying the gel twice a day (morning and evening), a reservoir of diclofenac is formed to give the skin a source of active ingredient that provides long-lasting all-day pain relief (when applied regularly according to instructions). The Emulgel technology used in Voltaren 12H Gel helps the active ingredient diclofenac to penetrate deeply into the skin and reach the site of the pain and swelling.
When should I NOT use Voltaren 12H Gel
You should not use Voltaren 12H Gel if:
- You are allergic to diclofenac, propylene glycol, isopropyl alcohol, butylhydroxy toluene or any of the other ingredients
- You are in the last three months of pregnancy
- You have ever had an asthma attack or allergic reaction after taking aspirin or other NSAIDs such as diclofenac or ibuprofen
If you have any other health conditions or you are taking any other medications, including those that do not require a prescription, always ask your pharmacist or doctor if Voltaren 12H Gel is suitable for you. In addition, before you start using Voltaren 12H Gel carefully read the product information leaflet included in the pack for instructions on how to use.
Voltaren 12H Gel should only be applied to healthy skin and not rubbed into open wounds, infections, open injuries or any other area where the skin is abnormal.
Voltaren 12H Gel should not be used with air-tight or water-tight dressings, however, non-sealed breathable bandages can be used. For further details regarding precautions of using Voltaren products please consult your doctor or pharmacist.
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