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RUBA535 Ice Gel is a fast-acting, medicated menthol gel for temporary soothing relief of stiff and sore muscles, joint, back, and arthritic pain. It helps to relieve pain associated with strains, sprains, and bruises.
The gel is a cooling menthol gel that works quickly to offer relief to tired and aching muscles. The gel provides deep penetrating action for sore muscles and can be applied thinly and evenly to the affected area.
Use and Dosage
Rub A535 Ice Gel is a topical analgesic designed to be applied directly to the skin. Rub A535 Ice Gel should be applied thinly and evenly to cover the affected area and massaged gently until fully absorbed. Apply the gel up to 3-4 times a day. Here are the steps on how to take Rub A535 Ice Gel:
- Identify the affected area that you want to apply the gel to.
- Wash your hands before applying the gel to avoid transferring any dirt or bacteria to the affected area.
- Squeeze out a small amount of the gel onto your fingers.
- Apply the gel thinly and evenly to cover the affected area.
- Massage the gel into the skin gently until it is fully absorbed.
- Repeat the process up to 3-4 times a day, as needed for pain relief.
As with any medication, read and follow the instructions on the product label and consult with a healthcare professional if you have any concerns. Do not apply the gel to broken skin. Also, Rub A535 Ice Gel is not recommended for use on broken skin or for prolonged periods. If you experience any adverse effects, you should stop using the product and consult a healthcare professional.
Common Side Effects of Rub A535 Ice Gel (Analgesic - non-Rx):
- Skin irritation, itching, rash, redness, or allergic reactions
Forms and Strength
Rub A535 Ice Gel (Analgesic - non-Rx) is available in the following forms and strength:
Rub A535 Ice Gel: Gel
- No dose
- Allergic reactions: Some people may be allergic to the active ingredients in topical analgesics. If you experience a rash, itching, or swelling after using Rub A535 Ice Gel, stop using it and seek medical attention.
- Skin irritation: Topical analgesics can sometimes cause skin irritation or burning. Avoid using them on broken or irritated skin and wash your hands thoroughly after applying them.
- Medication interactions: Some topical analgesics can interact with other medications, including blood thinners. If you are taking other medications, check with your doctor or pharmacist before using Rub A535 Ice Gel.
- Not recommended for children: Some topical analgesics are not recommended for use in children. Check the label of Rub A535 Ice Gel and talk to your doctor before using it on a child.
- Not a substitute for medical care: Topical analgesics can be helpful for temporary pain relief, but they are not a substitute for medical care. If you have persistent or severe pain, see a doctor.
- Do not use near eyes or on mucous membranes: Rub A535 Ice Gel or similar products containing menthol or other active ingredients can cause eye irritation and should not be used near the eyes or on mucous membranes.
- Do not use on open wounds or damaged skin: Rub A535 Ice Gel or similar products should not be used on open wounds or damaged skin as this can lead to further irritation or even systemic absorption.
- Do not use it with heating pads or warm compresses: Rub A535 Ice Gel is a cooling product and should not be used in combination with heating pads or warm compresses as this can increase the risk of skin irritation or burns.
- Do not use for prolonged periods: Topical analgesics are designed for short-term, temporary use. Rub A535 Ice Gel or similar products should not be used for more than 7 consecutive days without consulting a healthcare provider.
- Talk to your healthcare provider before use: If you are pregnant, nursing, or have any pre-existing medical conditions, talk to your healthcare provider before using Rub A535 Ice Gel or similar products to ensure they are safe for you to use.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
How does Rub A535 Ice Gel work?
Rub A535 Ice Gel works by providing a cooling sensation to the affected area which helps to reduce pain and inflammation.
How do I use Rub A535 Ice Gel?
Rub a small amount of Rub A535 Ice Gel onto the affected area and massage gently until the gel is absorbed. Repeat up to 3-4 times daily as needed.
Is Rub A535 Ice Gel safe to use?
Yes, Rub A535 Ice Gel is considered safe to use when used as directed. However, if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or have any medical conditions, you should talk to your doctor before using this product.
It's important to purchase Rub A535 Ice Gel from verified Canadian pharmacy.