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About Flexiseq Active Gel
Flexiseq Active Gel is a drug-free, light formula, clinically proven to lubricate and relieve painful joints supporting you to move around more freely.
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Flexiseq Active Gel Information
What is Flexiseq Active and what is it used for?
Flexiseq Active is a light gel formula that is applied daily to the soft tissue surrounding sore, stiff joints to ease pain and lubricate the cartilage making everyday movement easier and more comfortable.
Flexiseq Active is a drug-free gel suitable for the treatment of joint pain, in adults and the elderly, associated with all stages of osteoarthritis.
How does Flexiseq Active work?
Flexiseq Active is an aqueous gel that contains a product known as sequessome vesicles. These vesicles are small lipid sacs that transform their shape as the gel evaporates, allowing them to pass through the skin into the joints where they lubricate the cartilage, easing pain and stiffness.
How quickly does Flexiseq Active work?
With twice-daily applications, some people will notice a reduction in their joint pain and stiffness within 48 hours. For most people, however, it will take around 2 weeks for enough of the sequessome to be absorbed by the joints for results to be noticeable.
Flexiseq Active will become more effective the longer it is used and therefore it is recommended that for best results you continue using this product as directed long-term to ease symptoms of osteoarthritis.
Alternatives to Flexiseq Active
Flexiseq Active is a drug-free formula that is suitable for long-term use by people suffering from all stages of osteoarthritis. Flexiseq products are particularly useful for people who are unable to use other pain-relieving treatments such as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) or paracetamol due to underlying health conditions.
If you are unsure whether Flexiseq Active is the right product for you, take a look at The Independent Pharmacy’s Pain Advice page where you can browse our full range of pain-relieving tablets and gels.
Flexiseq Active warnings
- Flexiseq Active is for external use only. Avoid contact with the eyes, mouth or nose
- Do not use Flexiseq Active on areas of broken, infected skin
- Do not use this product if you are allergic to any of the ingredients
Flexiseq Active in pregnancy & breastfeeding
Flexiseq Active should not be used by women that are pregnant or breastfeeding without first speaking to a doctor. This product has not been tested on pregnant women and so should only be used in exceptional circumstances.
How to use Flexiseq Active
Flexiseq Active Gel is for external use only and should be applied directly to the skin surrounding joints affected by pain and stiffness.
- For best results, you should apply the gel twice a day, morning and evening
- Use enough gel evenly spread over the soft tissue around the joint. Do not rub it in
- Leave the gel to dry for 10 minutes before covering
- Wash your hands after use, unless treating the joints in your hands
- Discard unused gel after 3 months
For full details on how to use Flexiseq Active, please read the Patient Information Leaflet thoroughly.
Flexiseq Active ingredients
The ingredients in Flexiseq Active are:
Aqua, Phosphatidylcholine, Alcohol, Glycerin, Carbomer, Polysorbate 80, Disodium Phosphate, Sodium Hydroxide, Benzyl Alcohol, Methylparaben, Ethylparaben, Linalool, Disodium EDTA, Sodium Phosphate, Sodium Metabisulphite, BHT.
Flexiseq Active side effects
Side effects are uncommon when using Flexiseq Active. Side effects that have been reported are usually mild, clear up without any treatment and do not require you to discontinue your treatment with this gel.
If you do continue to be affected by side effects after several weeks of use it is recommended that you lower your dose to once-daily applications or discontinue use until your symptoms have improved.
The most common side effects affect the application sites only and include: