Penetrates direct to point of pain
Lower Age Limit: Advisory 12 YearsStorage Information
Do not store above 25?C. Replace cap after use.
AmbientPreperation and Usage
For full instructions, read the enclosed patient information leaflet. Holding the bottle upright or upside-down, apply 5 to 10 sprays (1 to 2 ml) and massage into the skin over and around the painful site until it dries. Wash hands after use, unless treating them. Repeat 3 or 4 times daily, leaving at least 4 hours between applications. Do not exceed the stated dose. Do not use on children under 12 years of age except on the advice of a doctor. Do not use under protective waterproof dressings. If symptoms persist for more than 2 weeks, consult your doctor or pharmacist.
Before using this product:
Although there is less risk of Ibuleve Speed Relief Spray causing the complications that sometimes arise when ibuprofen (or similar anti-inflammatory painkillers) are taken by mouth, patients with asthma, an active peptic ulcer, or a history of kidney problems should seek medical advice before use, as should patients already taking aspirin or other painkillers. Not to be used if you are sensitive to any of the ingredients, particularly if asthmatic, suffer from allergic runny nose (rhinitis) or hives (urticaria) and have previously shown hypersensitivity to aspirin, ibuprofen or related painkillers (including when taken by mouth). Not to be used during pregnancy or breast-feeding. Keep the spray away from the face so that it cannot get into the eyes, nose and mouth. Keep away from broken skin. Store upright and away from flames. Keep out of the reach and sight of children.
Do not spray near flames, electric heaters or similar objects.
For external use only
Net Content: 35ml eIngredients
Active ingredient: Ibuprofen 5.0% w/w, Also contains: IMS, Polyethylene Glycol 300; Macrogol Cetostearyl Ether (Cetomacrogol 1000); Purified Water
Please Note: Whilst we make every effort to ensure that all information is up to date, the information shown on this page should not replace the advice of a medical professional, and you should always refer to the patient information leaflet before taking any medication.