How Reliaderm Can Help

Reliaderm may be used to treat the following:

Muscle aches and sprains | Muscular neck pain | Bruises | Arthritis

Foot, ankle, knee wrist, hand, shoulder, back and hip pain Sharp or burning Nerve Pain

Uses

While most Over-the-Counter topical pain creams often contain one or two  active ingredients, RELIADERM Triple Therapy Relief combines three unique active ingredients including Menthol, Methyl Salicylate, and Capsaicin. Together, these compounds work synergistically to help relieve moderate to severe body pain.

• Fast Acting Pain Relief With A Soothing Touch
• No Stain Easy Application Roll On Bottle
• Easily Absorbable Stain Free Formula
• Combines three unique active ingredients including Menthol, Methyl Salicylate, and Capsaicin. Together, these compounds work synergistically to help relieve moderate to severe body pain.

Drug Facts

Other Ingredients: Acrylates Copolymer, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf (Aloe Vera Gel) Juice, Aqua (Deionized Water), Cetyl Alcohol, Ethylhexylglycerin, Helianthus Annulus (Sunflower) Oil, Isopropyl Microstate, Phenoxyethanol, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Stearic Acid, Triethanolamine.

How to Use

Directions For Adults: Apply Directly To affected area, Repeat As Necessary Do Not Use More Than 3-4 Times Daily.

Shake Bottle Well Before Each Use And Gently Apply Over Area Of Pain.
Avoid Contact With Eyes.

Do Not Apply Near The Eyes , Mouth, Nose, Or Genitals And Wash Your Hands Well After Use.

If Treating The Hands, Wait At Least 30 Minutes After Applying The Medication To Wash Your Hands.

Pain Relief Might Take One To Two Weeks To See Noticeable Effects.

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Reliaderm's Active Ingredients

Methyl Salicylate

Methyl Salicylate also know as wintergreen oil is a natural product from certain plant species. For centuries, it has been used by many cultures for its pain relieving properties. When applied topically, it reduces swelling and inflammation at the site.

Menthol

Menthol has some local anesthetic and anti-inflammatory properties. It also acts as a weak kappa opiod receptor agonist making it an analgesic as well. Its ability to chemically trigger the cold-sensitive TRMP8 receptors in the skin is responsible for its cooling sensation when applied topically. It also enhances the efficacy of other topical applications by increasing penetration via vasodilation.

Capsaicin

Capsaicin is an active component of hot peppers, and produces a burning sensation on the skin. It is thought to decrease and deplete the synthesis, storage, and release of substance P, a powerful neurotransmitter.