Perskindol Cool

Perskindol Cool





Zuellig Pharma
Full Prescribing Info
Perskindol Cool Gel: 7 mg Menthol/1 g.
Perskindol Spray: 1 g contains: 5 mg levomenthol (as active substance). Propellant gas: propane/butane, dimethyl ether, fragrances, excipients.
The cooling effect provides relief of muscle aches and pains and decreases the swelling after: Sprains; Muscle Strains; Dislocations; Bruises; Contusions.
Dosage/Direction for Use
Perskindol Cool Gel: Gently massage in a thin layer onto affected area several times a day.
Perskindol Spray: With circular movements, spray the affected painful body parts with Perskindol Cool cooling spray in several, short bursts from about 15 cm away. There must be a minimum distance of 15 cm between the aerosol and the affected body part. Do not damage the spray can. Protect against heat. Do not spray on naked flames or any incandescent material.
Children under 4 years: The safety and use of Perskindol Cool has not yet been tested in children under 4 years.
Keep to the dosage given in the package leaflet or as prescribed by a doctor. If the patient thinks that the effect of Perskindol Cool is too weak or too strong, consult a doctor, pharmacist or chemist.
No symptoms of overdosage have so far been recorded.
Special Precautions
Avoid contact with eyes.
For external use only.
Use In Pregnancy & Lactation
Based on experience to date, there is no known risk to infants when used as directed. However, no systematic scientific studies have ever been conducted.
As a precaution, the patient should avoid medicines wherever possible during pregnancy or breast-feeding, or ask the doctor, pharmacist or chemist for advice.
Adverse Reactions
Hypersensitivity to the active ingredient.
Not for children under age of 2 years.
Store below 30°C.
ATC Classification
N02 - ANALGESICS ; Used to relieve pain.
Topical gel 7 mg/g (light blue, homogenous gel with an aromatic odour of menthol and lemon oil) x 100 mL. Topical spray 5 mg/g x 250 mL.
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