Fisiocrem SOLUGEL uses natural active ingredients to help provide relief for common muscle and back pains resulting from everyday life and sports injuries.
Fisiocrem SOLUGEL may be used to assist in the treatment of:
- Muscular aches
- Lower back pain
- Soft tissue trauma
Fisiocrem SOLUGEL contains a special combination of natural plant extracts:
- Arnica montana – Arnica herb extracts applied topically may assist in treating soft tissue injuries, sprains, and muscular aches and pains
- Hypericum perforatum – Commonly known as St John’s Wort, the oily extracts are bright red in colour from the active components, hypericin and hyperforin. St John’s Wort may provide temporary relief of the pain of sciatica and whiplash
- Calendula officinalis – It plays an important role as a topical anti-inflammatory, helping the dispersion of swelling and providing temporary relief to soothe inflamed tissue
- Melaleuca Oil – Australian Tea Tree oil. Well known in Australian folklore. Provides microbial preservation
- Contains no hydroxybenzoates or parabens
How to use:
- Gently rub a liberal amount (approx. 1 tsp.) into the affected area 2-3 times a day or as often as required
- Always read the label and use only as directed. If symptoms persist consult your Healthcare Professional
- Clean, easy to use and has a pleasant natural fragrance
- Can be used with physiotherapeutic ultrasound
- Can be used in combination with other treatment options to help relieve muscle and back pain, such as ice or heat packs, or before applying supportive bandages
The information on this website cannot be relied on as an alternative to medical advice from your physician or healthcare provider. Before starting any new treatment it is necessary to consult a relevant healthcare provider for a proper diagnosis. They will be able to answer any questions that you may have regarding an injury or a medical condition and advise you as to the best course of treatment.
If you have a medical emergency consult your healthcare provider immediately for a diagnosis and treatment of injuries, or alternately contact emergency services on “000” for an ambulance.