Flexiseq Active Gel 50g + 100g
£10.99 – £17.99
- Relieves Joint Pain And Early-Stage Arthritis
- Active Ingredient: Sequessome Vesicles
- Drug-Free Formulation
- Buy With Confidence From UK Registered Pharmacy
- Includes Free Prescription
Arthritis is a common condition that causes joint pain and inflammation, which can make it difficult to move around. The joints most commonly affected are in the knees, hips, hands and spine. Flexiseq Active Gel is ideal for people with joint pain and stiffness associated with everyday wear and tear, and it treats the symptoms of early-stage arthritis. Flexiseq is a drug free-formulation that contains Sequessome vesicles (tiny lipid spheres). As the gel dries on the skin, these spheres pass through the skin and into the joint where they lubricate the surface of the cartilage, protecting the joints and providing effective relief from pain and stiffness. Flexiseq provides long-term treatment for all joints by reducing pain and improving mobility.
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What is Flexiseq active gel used for?
Do you suffer from joint pain or arthritis? Flexiseq Active Gel is specially developed for the daily needs of joint pain and early-stage arthritis.
It can be used for individuals who have not yet been diagnosed with osteoarthritis but wish to retain pain free mobility.
What is arthritis and how does Flexiseq Active gel help?
Arthritis is a common condition that causes joint pain and inflammation. This can make it difficult to move around. The joints most commonly affected are in the knees, hips, hands and spine. Flexiseq Active Gel is ideal for people with joint pain and stiffness associated with everyday wear and tear, and it treats the symptoms of early-stage arthritis.
What causes arthritis?
There are many types of arthritis. Osteoarthritis is the most common. Others include gout and rheumatoid arthritis. The causes are sometimes linked to immune disorders. Additionally, lifestyle can be a big factor. Being overweight can put a large strain on the joints, leading to damage. Arthritis is most common in those over 65. Controlling pain is the main treatment. You should treat inflammation with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, such as ibuprofen.
How do I treat arthritis?
Firstly, you can ease the symptoms with physical or occupational therapy. Secondly, use splints or joint aids. Finally, some cases require joint surgery. Knee replacements are common. As are hip replacements. Additionally, diet plays a factor. Fish is a good source of oil. Additionally, you should eat lots of fruit and vegetables along with whole grains.
Flexiseq Active gel doesn’t have any known interactions with drugs so can be used alongside any other medications you may be taking including painkillers.
- Helps lubricate & protect your joints
- Relieves joint pain & stiffness, improves joint function
- Suitable for long-term treatment of all joints
- Avoids drug-based side effects
- Clinically Proven
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There has been no serious side effects reported.
Flexiseq may cause minor irritations, such as erythema, dry skin and rash at the site of application.
Side effects affecting the skin and subcutaneous tissue could occur after approximately two weeks of treatment but should dissapear within a few weeks.
In the event of serious side effects or if you notice any side effects not listed in the patient information leaflet Please tell your GP or pharmacist.