Ibutop Gel 50g

Ibutop Gel 50g

Ibutop Gel 50g pain relieving anti-inflammatory traumas sprains arthrosis lumba

Ibutop Gel is a pain relieving and anti-inflammatory product that can be used for:

- bruises caused by sports injuries

- painful degenerative joint diseases (arthrosis), sprains, inflammatory rheumatic diseases of the locomotory system, swelling or inflammation of the surrounding soft tissues (tendons, tendons and envelopes and joint capsules), lumbago and stiffness in the shoulders.

The 100 g of Ibutop gel contains:

Active substance: Ibuprofen 5 g

Excipients: 2-propanol, 2,2-dimethyl-4-hydroxymethyl-1,3-dioxolane, poloxamer, cross-chain triglycerides, aromatics, water.

Ibutop gel is applied 3-4 times a day. Depending on the affected area, 4-10 cm of the gel is applied and rubbed gently into the skin. This quantity corresponds to 2-5 g of gel (100 to 250 g ibuprofen, respectively). The maximum daily dose is up to 12 grams of gel corresponding to 600 grams of ibuprofen.

After applying the gel, it takes a few minutes to dry before you can wear a cloth.

Do not use Ibutop gel if you have a known hypersensitivity to ibuprofen or other drugs with the same mechanism of action as well as hypersensitivity to any of the excipients. Ibutop gel should not be applied to open wounds and mucous membranes, skin inflammations and infections such as eczema or inflammation of the mucosa. Ibutop gel is not recommended for use in children under 14 years of age due to a lack of research on the application of the product in this age group.

During the last trimester of pregnancy Ibutop gel should not be applied for long periods of time and / or to large skin areas.

Keep out of reach of children!

The shelf life is 3 years. Do not use after the expiry date stated on the package!

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  • Product Code: Ibutop-Gel-50g
  • Availability: In Stock
  • £8.69
  • Ex Tax: £8.69

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Tags: pain, lumbago, stiffness in the shoulders