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This article outlines how, when and how often to apply the cream
Simply Flower Power Pain Relief & Moisturising Cream
How to apply the cream
The most effective way to use Simply Flower Power Pain Relief & Moisturising Cream is to:
- Apply the cream to the site of pain, covering the whole painful area, especially while the pain is present
- Wait five to twenty minutes to judge the pain relief obtained. In many instances, there is already a marked change
- If the pain or discomfort is still present, or the change is only slight, re-apply the cream in the same manner
- You may repeat this procedure every fifteen to twenty minutes until substantial pain relief is obtained.
This cream may be applied as often as required or desired
Unlike many other pain relieving products on the market, there is no limit as to how often you may use this cream. In cases of chronic pain, the pain may return several hours later. Simply repeat the above procedure for further pain relief.
Use the cream routinely to prevent onset of pain
A routine application of Simply Flower Power Pain Relief & Moisturising Cream first thing in the morning and last thing at night is recommended for long-standing and chronic pain.
Severe chronic pain often is relieved substantially after many uses and does not return as frequently
Most people report that as time goes by they need to use the cream less and less. They may start using it three times in one hour, two to three times a day, then reducing applications to once every two or three days, or even less often. Many people have reported not needing it at all after several applications, as the pain does not return. The reaction you personally have to Simply Flower Power Pain Relief & Moisturising Cream will depend very much on the type of pain you have, its cause and its severity.
N.B. Please read the label. Use only as directed. Consult a healthcare practitioner if pain persists.
© Jessica Read 2011