How to use Voltaren Osteo Gel 12 Hourly to relieve mild osteoarthritis
Using Voltaren Osteo Gel 12 Hourly for osteoarthritis is simple and straightforward. Our packaging is designed with you in mind. It is easy to open, even if your fingers or hands are sore or stiff. Our Easy Open Cap is easy to use, especially if you have mild osteoarthritis.
Using Voltaren Osteo Gel 12 Hourly for osteoarthritis pain management couldn’t be simpler. Here’s how to use Voltaren Osteo Gel 12 Hourly...:
- Open your tube of Voltaren Osteo Gel 12 Hourly:
Easy Open Cap
- Tamper evident tabs located on each side of the flip-top cap will break when the cap is opened for the first time. Before first use check if the tamper evident tabs are not broken.
- Just flip the cap lid.
- Use a finger, thumb, side of your hand or even edge of a table against the underside of the cap lid to open the flip-top cap. Easy peasy!
- Squeeze out an amount ranging in size from a cherry to a walnut, depending on the size of the area to be treated.
- Gently rub into the skin above where you are experiencing pain
- Apply Voltaren Osteo Gel 12 Hourly as per instructions on the product label
- Start to regain your joy of movement.
Use for up to 21 days for mild osteoarthritis pain management, unless indicated otherwise by your doctor. As soon as your pain subsides, stop using Voltaren Osteo Gel 12 Hourly. If your pain and swelling do not improve within 7 days, or if it gets worse, please consult your doctor.
Do not apply to skin with conditions such as cuts, open wounds, or on skin that has a rash or eczema. Discontinue the relief options if a skin rash develops after applying the product.
A brace or wrap commonly used for injuries like sprains can be used but do not use under airtight (plastic) bandages. Voltaren Osteo Gel 12 Hourly 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 Osteo Gel 12 Hourly or other products, please read the product label and leaflet, and if in doubt consult your doctor or pharmacist.