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Deep Freeze Cold Gel 100g
Deep Freeze Cold Gel 100g
Deep Freeze Cold Gel 100g
Deep Freeze Cold Gel 100g
Deep Freeze Cold Gel 100g
Deep Freeze Cold Gel 100g

Deep Freeze Cold Gel 100g

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Product summary

Deep Freeze Cold Gel is a pain-relieving gel to be applied to the skin. It is used for the relief of aches and pains of the muscles, tendons and joints

For adults and children over 5 years old.

  • Apply Deep Freeze Cold Gel 3-4 times daily. Always wash your hands immediately after use so that you do not transfer it to sensitive areas such as your lips or eyes.
  • If this occurs, wash away with plenty of clean water.

Ingredients

Denatured Ethanol, Propylene Glycol, Levomenthol, Carboxyvinyl Polymer, Di-isopropanolamine, Patent Blue V, Aqua,

Warnings and restrictions

If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice before taking any medicine.

Do not use Deep Freeze Cold Gel if you have an allergy to any of the ingredients (see Section 6 in the patient leaflet for more details).

Do not use Deep Freeze Cold Gel on:

  • children under 5 years of age
  • your eyes or other sensitive areas. If this occurs accidentally, wash away with plenty of clean water.
  • broken or inflamed skin

Deep Freeze Cold Gel is only for use on the skin. Do not take by mouth.

Deep Freeze Cold Gel is unlikely to interact with other medicines. However, always speak to your pharmacist before using if you are you are taking, or have recently taken, any other medicines, especially if applied to the skin.

This includes any medicines you have bought without a prescription.