Ingredients: See patient information leaflet for information about ingredients and allergens.
Usage: Apply the patch to the affected area as soon as possible. The cooling effect of the patch will be felt quickly and can last up to 3 hours. A new patch may be applied as required. Do not use more than 4 patches one after the other on the same area. Cooling therapy should continue until pain or swelling has reduced. See a doctor if your symptoms do not improve. Apply only to clean, dry skin. Open the pouch, remove one cloth patch and peel off the clear plastic film. Apply the sticky side of the patch over the affected or swollen area. Do not cut the patch. Re-seal the pouch to prevent remaining patches from drying out. Use all patches within one month of opening the pouch. Each patch can be used only once. Throw away the patch after use.
Storage and warnings: Store in a cool, dry place, Do not freeze or refrigerate. If symptoms persist, seek medical advice. Always discuss new pregnancy symptoms with your doctor or midwife. Deep Freeze Pain Relief Cold Patch is a medical device. Warnings For external use only Do not use on broken or irritated skin or with other skin products on the same area Do not use if you have an allergy to sticking plasters or menthol Stop using the patch straight away if you get a rash, irritated skin or other unwanted effects Do not use on or near the eyes Do not use on infants or people who cannot remove the patch on their own Use by young children should be supervised If you are diabetic, have poor circulation or a skin condition, consult your doctor before use If pregnant always check symptoms with your midwife If your injury or pain is severe, seek medical advice before use The patch can be used with pain medications taken by mouth however, do not apply the patch on top of medication rubbed into the skin.
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