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Nurofen Express Regular Heat Patches 2s

SKU : OTCNUREXPAT2|PIP-Code : 3775764|EAN : 5000158069466
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Nurofen Express Heat Patches are specifically designed to help relieve backaches, muscular pain, neck and shoulder pain.
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Nurofen Express Regular Heat Patches

Nurofen Express Heat Patches are a drug-free way to help relieve backaches and muscular, neck and should pain for up to 8 hours. Activated by air, they start to heat up in just 5 minutes to increase the blood flow to the affected area and provide deep muscle relaxation.

Nurofen Express Heat Patches have a flexible, hinged design that allows them to move with your body. They feature a low-irritancy adhesive and are discreet, slim and odourless and can be worn under clothing.

As they are non-medicated,
Nurofen Express Heat Patches can be used with oral pain relief medication if required.

Open the sachet to activate the patch. Peel off the protective film and apply the patch to the site of the pain. The patch should be applied directly on to clean, dry, non-greasy skin.

The patch will start to warm up within 5 minutes and will reach its effective temperature after 15 minutes.

Do not use:
  • Straight after an injury heat as this may make swelling or bruising worse.
  • With any other heating device.
  • Over skin that is irritated, broken or damaged.
  • If the wearer is unable to remove the patch.
  • With medicated creams, lotions, gels or ointments.
Talk to your pharmacist or doctor before using the patch if you:
  • Have poor circulation, diabetes or arthritis or any other serious medical conditions.
  • Suffer from skin conditions such as eczema or psoriasis, or have very sensitive skin.
  • Are pregnant.
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