• Nurofen
NUROFEN:Why Nurofen ? :Nurofen provides faster and longer relief from headaches than standard paracetamol tablets.Nurofen 200mg Tablets contain ibuprofen. Always read the label.Nurofen Express targets pain twice as fast as standard ibuprofen tablets.Nurofen Founders were the first chemists in the UK to use Ibuprofen for the treatment of pain.Nurofen provides faster and longer relief from headaches than standard paracetamol tablets.Nurofen Express targets pain twice as fast as standard ibuprofen tablets.Nurofen Express 342mg Tablets contain ibuprofen lysine.NUROFEN HERITAGE:Nurofen is the number one best selling branded oral painkillerThe inventors of ibuprofen: It was in the 1960s that 3 colleagues from Boots Pharmaceuticals developed ibuprofen - the active ingredient common to all Nurofen painkillers.In 1969 ibuprofen was introduced as a prescription only medicine for treating muscular pain and other conditions.In August 1983 it was launched as an over-the-counter medicine under the name of Nurofen.The brand is now owned by Reckitt Benckiser Healthcare (UK) Ltd.A first for children:As well as discovering ibuprofen, Nurofen was also the first to develop over the counter ibuprofen - based pain-relief for babies and children - launched as Nurofen for Children in 1998.This ibuprofen suspension can give fast, effective relief from pain and fever for babies and children as young as three months (providing baby weighs more than 5kg).INGRIDENTS: IbuprofenWhat is it?Ibuprofen is a NSAID (Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug) - the term used for a whole group of medications that have pain relieving and anti-inflammatory properties.It therefore works at the site of pain by blocking the production of the chemicals that cause pain and inflammation in the tissues of the body (these chemicals are called prostaglandins).Salt formats of ibuprofen such as sodium and lysine are modified versions of the NSAID, ibuprofen.Because they are both more water soluble than ibuprofen acid, they help the painkiller dissolve faster.What can it be used for?It is effective for headache, fever, neuralgia and symptoms of cold and flu.It is also especially effective on pains such as dental pain, period pain, rheumatic pain, muscular pain, backache and any pain accompanied by swelling.
NUROFEN:


Why Nurofen ? :
  • Nurofen provides faster and longer relief from  headaches than standard paracetamol tablets.
  • Nurofen 200mg Tablets contain ibuprofen. Always read the label.
  • Nurofen Express targets pain twice as fast as standard ibuprofen tablets.
  • Nurofen Founders were the first chemists in the UK to use Ibuprofen for the treatment of pain.
  • Nurofen provides faster and longer relief from headaches than standard paracetamol tablets.
  • Nurofen Express targets pain twice as fast as standard ibuprofen tablets.
  • Nurofen Express 342mg Tablets contain ibuprofen lysine.

NUROFEN HERITAGE:

Nurofen is  the number one best selling branded oral painkiller

The inventors of ibuprofen:
  • It was in the 1960s that 3 colleagues from Boots Pharmaceuticals developed ibuprofen – the active ingredient common to all Nurofen painkillers.
  • In 1969 ibuprofen was introduced as a prescription only medicine for treating muscular pain and other conditions.
  • In August 1983 it was launched as an over-the-counter medicine under the name of Nurofen.
  • The brand is now owned by Reckitt Benckiser Healthcare (UK) Ltd.

A first for children:
  • As well as discovering ibuprofen, Nurofen was also the first to develop over the counter ibuprofen – based pain-relief for babies and children – launched as Nurofen for Children in 1998.
  • This ibuprofen suspension can give fast, effective relief from pain and fever for babies and children as young as three months (providing baby weighs more than 5kg).



INGRIDENTS:

Ibuprofen

What is it?
  • Ibuprofen is a NSAID (Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug) - the term used for a whole group of medications that have pain relieving and anti-inflammatory properties.
  • It therefore works at the site of pain by blocking the production of the chemicals that cause pain and inflammation in the tissues of the body (these chemicals are called prostaglandins).
  • Salt formats of ibuprofen such as sodium and lysine are modified versions of the NSAID, ibuprofen.
  • Because they are both more water soluble than ibuprofen acid, they help the painkiller dissolve faster.

What can it be used for?
  • It is effective for headache, fever, neuralgia and symptoms of cold and flu.
  • It is also especially effective on pains such as dental pain, period pain, rheumatic pain, muscular pain, backache and any pain accompanied by swelling.