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Penetrex Pain Relief cream

Dr Karen Martin
Reviewed by Dr Karen MartinReviewed on 19.10.2023 | 2 minutes read
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Pentrex Pain Relief cream is a topical therapy to address joint and muscle discomfort associated with: tennis & golfers elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis, bursitis, arthritis, fibromyalgia, plantar fasciitis and sciatica.

It delivers vitamin B6 (pyridoxine), arnica, methylsulfonylmethane (MSM), Boswellia Serrata and other elements into muscles, nerves, ligaments and tendons, resulting in quick and long-lasting relief.

Doctor’s advice

How do I use Penetrex?

The cream can take a few days to have it's full effect which is why it is recommended to use consistently for a few days before reducing the dose to an as needed basis. Apply the pain cream over the entire area of discomfort 3-4 times per day for the first 7-10 days and after that as needed. When applying, ensure the cream is massaged into the skin until it is completely absorbed.

What do the active ingredients do?

A breakdown of the active ingredients and their uses within Pentrex:

  • Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine): promotes the nerves' normal functioning and relieves the discomfort associated with repetitive muscle use.

  • Arnica: contains thymol (an essential oil), flavonoids, inulin, carotenoids and tannins which can help support blood circulation and provide relief.

  • MSM: a relatively new dietary supplement form of sulfur found in living tissues. It supports healthy connective tissues like tendons, ligaments, and muscles.

  • Boswellia Serrata: long-traditional herbal use, which is believed to support healthy connective tissue, the blood supply to the joints, and healthy blood vessels.

Who should avoid Penetrex?

Penetrex cream is suitable for adult use only.

Also, avoid if you are pregnant or breastfeeding, please consult your doctor before using.

Are there any side effects?

Penetrex is generally deemed safe to use. There have been no reports of recurring incidents indicating a common occurrence of any adverse reaction to the product. However, please consult your doctor or pharmacist if you are unsure or experience discomfort or adverse effects after application.

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Dr Karen Martin
Reviewed by Dr Karen Martin
Reviewed on 19.10.2023
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