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  • Balmosa Cream

Balmosa Cream is an analgesic rubefacient which works by producing a sensation of warmth on the skin to soothe and relieve the pain of unbroken chilblains and muscular aches and pains.
Balmosa is a warming pain relieving cream that offers effective relief from muscular aches and pains and soothes the pain of unbroken chilblains. Easily absorbed, Balmosa cream can also be used to relieve the symptoms associated with strains, sprains, bruising, back pain and sciatica. Gentle on the skin it can be used safely in conjunction with other painkillers. Balmosa works by stimulating dilation of the capillaries to help improve circulation. This results in a sensation of warmth around the affected area which in turn relieves the pain. Many people have used Balmosa over the years to successfully help them ease the pain associated with rheumatic conditions. Balmosa for Chilblains It's common to think that chilblains are a thing of the past, but in reality the condition is still fairly widespread with about 1 in 10 of us suffering with them at some point in our lives. Not everyone who experiences having cold hands or feet will develop chilblains. Those most at risk are the young - especially those who work outdoors and the elderly when circulation becomes less efficient. What are Chilblains? Caused by an abnormal reaction to the cold, chilblains are small itchy, red swellings on the skin that can last up to 14 days. Chilblains develop on the extremities - fingers, toes, areas of the face (particularly the nose) and earlobes can all be affected. In some cases, chilblains can swell and dry out leaving the affected area prone to painful infection. Chilblains can sometimes be a symptom of circulatory conditions such as Raynaud's Syndrome where the blood supply to the extremities, usually the fingers and toes but sometimes the ears and nose is interrupted Chilblain Prevention Keep warm! This is the most important step you can take to prevent chilblains. Make sure you wear long gloves and thermal socks when it's cold outside Wear loose layers. This can be more effective at maintaining warmth than one single thick layer as the air trapped between the layers acts as an insulation system Don't forget your hat! Up to 50% of body heat is lost through the head Exercise! Regular exercise helps to improve circulation. Avoid rapid re-warming when coming in from the cold. Putting hands and feet directly onto a radiator or hot water bottle can cause pain - instead try dipping hands into warm (not hot) water and alternating with cold. Top tip: Swinging the arms through an arc of 360 degrees can help stimulate circulation through the shoulders and improve blood flow to the hands and fingers. Muscular aches and pains can be triggered by all sorts of activities including playing your favourite sport, gardening or even fooling around with the grandchildren! Whatever the cause of your pain, you can rest assured that the warming effect of Balmosa cream will ease the aches and pains allowing you to continue with your day. Even longer term rheumatic pains can be helped by using Balmosa cream and many people rely on it to help them get the most out of every day. Sport Injuries Sometimes doing what you love can result in a trip or fall that results in a strain or sprain. This can cause a lot of pain which is usually accompanied by swelling. The widely used RICE technique has been designed to help you deal with the symptoms associated with strains and sprains: R— Rest is important when you've suffered a strain or sprain. Try not to do too much in the first few days following your accident I— Ice the affected area to combat any swelling that may occur. It's best that the ice doesn't touch the skin directly so place a towel over the affected area first. If you haven't got any ice in the house a bag of frozen peas wrapped in a tea towel can work just as well! C— Compress or bandage the affected are to help reduce swelling E— Elevate the affected area to a comfortable height help drain fluid away from the swollen area Applying Balmosa to the affected area can also help relieve the pain associated with strains and sprains. Simply squeeze the cream onto the injured area and gently rub in allowing the warming effects of Balmosa to bring relief. Back Pain Back pain is one of the UK's biggest health problems. 7 out of 10 people suffer from lumbago (lower back pain) at

Directions
how to use Balmosa Cream: Simply squeeze the cream onto the injured area and gently rub in allowing the warming effects of Balmosa to bring relief.

Warnings
You should carefully read all product packaging and labels prior to use

Ingredients
Active Ingredients Of Balmosa Cream: Camphor 4% w/w, methyl salicylate 4%w/w, menthol 2% w/w, and capsicum oleoresin 0.035% w/wOther Ingredients: Methylcellulose, white soft paraffin, emulsifying wax, liquid paraffin, wool fat, phenoxyethanol, methyl parahydroxybenzoate, propyl parahydroxybenzoate and purified water.

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Size: 40g

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Balmosa Cream

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