We’ve reported it to the team. A new ingredient in our Arthritis pain relieving cream Celafen cream has been shown in published research to deliver effective pain relief to stiff, painful joints within just 30 minutes of application, which is faster than most oral painkillers. Research suggests that NSAID’s may actually inhibit the growth of cartilage in joints and so in the long term be detrimental to arthritis sufferers. What’s the evidence that Celafen works?
30 minutes after the topical cream was applied, which is significantly faster than any other topical or oral form of pain relief for joint pain and stiffness. I would suggest people stop using the product as it is clearly not working for them. NSAIDs, and there is good evidence to suggest that it might, this can only be a good thing. How soon does Celafen work? Out tester found it worked within 40 minutes and was most effective in the mornings rubbed into the hands and fingers for 15 minutes while hands still warm from bed. Overall pretty impressive seeing as no negative side efffects.
Depends how many areas you are using it on, but for one site one tube lasts about a month so not a bad price compared to prescription charges for painkillers. Click here to cancel reply. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Sign up to Skin Magazine email, to receive all the latest news.
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