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Red Ointment 19g

£5.99

This ointment has been designed for soothing muscular aches and pains.

This muscle pain-relieving ointment also works fast to soothe itch due to insect bites. Rub over the affected area to reduce aches, swelling, and other discomforts quickly and effectively.

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19g

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Product benefits

Reduces fatigue

Reduces fatigue

Rub onto affected areas of skin. Reduce muscle aches, joint pain and stiffness

Composition

Composition

Natural herbal ingredients: natural camphor, menthol, clove oil and cajuput oil

Warmth

Warmth

Warm relief for muscle pains and itches due to insect bites

Fast acting

Fast acting

Fast-acting pain-relief properties

Technical information

HOW TO USE TIGER BALM RED OINTMENT?

This extra-strong balm is ideal for skin application.
Massage helps to stimulate your muscles before exercise. After the effort, rubbing it gently provides a feeling of fast relief in the form of relaxing heat.

HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR RECOVERY?

Stretching, cold, diet, hydration and massage are part of various complementary methods for ensuring proper recovery.

WHAT TO USE TIGER BALM FOR?

Tiger Balm helps relieve back pain, muscle pain, joint pain, abdominal pain or cramps. It can be also be used for headaches or nasal congestions.

RESTRICTIONS

Do not use in children under 2 years old, pregnant or breastfeeding women. Avoid contact with eyes. May cause allergic reactions on sensitive skin, test on a small area before use. Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes.

Warranty

1 year

Product concept & technology

Product Composition

Camphor 25%, Menthol 10%, Cajuput Oil 7%, Dementholised Mint Oil 6%, Clove Oil 5%, Cassia Oil 5%, Paraffin & Petrolatum q.s.

TESTS

Tiger Balm can have side effects like any other medication, but these are not experienced but everyone. Consult your doctor or pharmacist if you experience skin irritation, contact dermatitis.

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