Flexiseq Gel is a yellow gel which does not contain any pharmaceutical active ingredient. It works by relieving the pain in the joints associated with osteoarthritis, restoring the mobility of the joint. After starting to use Flexiseq, the effects can show in as little as two days.* It is proven to be as effective as the leading oral prescription only medicine.
Flexiseq Gel should be kept out of reach and sight of children. It should not be stored over 25 degrees celcius and should be thrown away three months after opening.
*Disclaimer. Individual results may vary
Flexiseq Gel is for external use only. Wash the affected area well, rinsing with warm water and pat dry. It is important to make sure the area is dry before applying. Apply a quantity appropriate to the size of the joint twice each day, in the morning and the evening. Wash your hands after each application.
If you accidently swallow any of the gel, seek medical advice immediately.
The ingredients used in Flexiseq Gel are aqua, phosphatidylcholine, alcohol, glycerin, carbomer, polysorbate 80, disodium phosphate, sodium hydroxide, benzyl alcohol, methylparaben, ethylparaben, linalool, disodium EDTA, sodium phosphate, sodium metabisulfite and BHT.
Flexiseq Gel should not be used if you are allergic to any of the ingredients in the medicine or on open wounds, broken or infected skin or mucous membranes. If the gel gets into these areas , rinse well with warm water immediately. Becuase Flexiseq does not contain any pharmaceutical drugs, it does not interact with any medicines you may take, but make sure to mention if you do take other medicines, including medicines obtained without a prescription.
If you are pregnant or planing on being pregnant, it is recommended not to use Flexiseq unless directed by your doctor. Speak to your doctor before using Flexiseq if you are breast-feeding.
Flexiseq may cause people to get some side effects. The known side effects are minor skin irritations, such as erythema, dry skin or skin rashes. Side effects affecting the skin and subcutaneous tissue may occur after two weeks of treatment. These normally disappear within a further few weeks if you continue to use Flexiseq. If the condition doesn't improve, you can discontinue treatment or reduce the dose. Administration can be restarted after the effects have gone, provided there is no evidence of allergic reactions.
If any of these side effects get serious, or you get side effects not listed above, please speak to your doctor or pharmacist.