What is Flexiseq?
Flexiseq gel is a topical treatment specially formulated to treat joint pain and stiffness. It is designed to reduce pain, improve mobility and protect the joints with a twice-daily application.
What is Flexiseq used for?
Flexiseq is used to treat a variety of symptoms that affect the joints, including pain and stiffness. Flexiseq Gel is specifically designed to ease joint pain associated with osteoarthritis, whereas Flexiseq Active is designed for more general wear and tear of the joints.
How does Flexiseq work?
Flexiseq treatments aren’t medicinal and don’t contain any drug. Instead, each drop of Flexiseq’s topical treatments contains lots of very small particles. When applied to the skin, these particles are absorbed and attach themselves to cartilage in the body. This helps to lubricate the joint, reduce stiffness and ease pain.
How long does Flexiseq take to work?
People who use Flexiseq may feel improvement as soon as two days after starting the treatment.
How should I use Flexiseq?
Both Flexiseq Gel and Active are used in the same way.
To apply, use a quantity of gel appropriate to the size of the joint being treated:
- For a knee, shoulder or hip, use a line of gel as long as your index finger
- For an ankle, wrist or the fingers on one hand, use a line half as long as your index finger.
Once applied, leave the gel to dry for at least 10 minutes. If you don’t leave the gel to try, the treatment will not be as effective.
If the treatment takes longer than 10 minutes to dry, you’ve likely applied too much, and should use a little less next time. You can also reduce the amount of time it takes Flexiseq to dry by warming the skin before use.
Who can’t use Flexiseq?
It isn’t known whether Flexiseq is unsafe to use for some people. Generally, you should not use Flexiseq if you’ve had an allergic reaction to any of its ingredients in the past.
What are the side effects of Flexiseq?
Flexiseq isn’t known to cause any side effects in people who use it. It may cause minor skin irritation, redness and itching, but these usually go away by themselves.
How should I store Flexiseq?
Once opened, Flexiseq should be stored between 8°C and 25°C and used within three months.