What is Salonpas anesthetic plaster?
The Salonpas anesthetic plaster can be used to relieve pain in the back, shoulders, arms, legs, elbows, and knees. It reduces muscle fatigue and pain, helps with joint pain, pain from bruises and frostbite. Salonpas patches are a combination of methyl salicylate (methyl ester of salicylic acid) and vitamin E. This relieves pain and improves blood circulation.
Salonpas is a very easy to use plaster. It has a fine-pored structure, which resists sweat. It adheres tightly to the body, doesn't wrinkle or move. Patented Marukado technology prevent the plaster from being moved by the clothes. It doesn't irritate skin so you can use it as often as you need. Peeling off technology developed by Hisamitsu allows to remove Salonpas plaster simply and without pain.
Active principles: methyl salicylate, vitamin E acetate
Amount: 140 patches (7 packs of 20 patches)
Maker: Hisamitsu Pharmaceutical Co., Inc., Tosu, Japan
- pain in the back, shoulders, arms, legs, elbows, and knees,
- muscle fatigue,
- joint pain,
- pain from bruises and frostbite.
How to use
Use on the dry, clean skin. Gently peel off the protective layer and apply to the area of pain. Can be used 3-4 times a day. If the desired effect isn't achieved within 5-6 days, stop using the medicine and consult with your doctor.
Contraindications: children under 15 years old can use this medicine only after consulting the pediatrician in charge. Do not use on wounded or irritated skin. Do not use for the mucous membrane or around the eyes.
Patients with sensitive skin should not use the plaster continuously at the same place, slightly changing the place of application. If an allergic reaction occurs, patients needs to stop using the medicine and consult with their doctor. If patient is taking any other medication or treatment, they should consult with their doctor in advance.