Topical pain relievers are applied right where you hurt, but oral pain relievers must be ingested and absorbed by your system
Can I use a topical pain reliever instead of an oral pain reliever for my minor backache, muscle or joint pain? For arthritis?
Yes, many people prefer topical pain relievers. If oral pain relief medication is not right for you, you may wish to consider a topical pain reliever. Topical pain relievers are specifically designed for relief of minor aches and pains of muscles and joints, including minor arthritis pain. Use as directed.
The active ingredient in Dr. Goldson's Spine Joint and Muscle products is Menthol and Methyl Salicylate
Please refer to the product use directions for specific instructions on how often to safely apply Dr. Goldson's products
Yes, children 12 years or older may use this product. Please consult with your healthcare professional for children under the age of 12.