Muscular aches and pains can really slow us down, but whether you've been doing too much in the garden, pushed yourself too far in the gym or have been coping with some kind of long standing rheumatic pain, the warming effect of Balmosa cream can help get your body moving again.
Uniquely, Balmosa is also one of the few creams in the UK to help soothe & comfort the pain associated with unbroken chilblains.
Balmosa is a warming pain relieving cream that offers effective relief from muscular aches and pains and soothes the pain of unbroken chilblains. Easily absorbed, Balmosa cream can also be used to relieve the symptoms associated with strains, sprains, bruising, back pain and sciatica. Gentle on the skin it can be used safely in conjunction with other painkillers. Balmosa is available to everyone and doesn't need a doctors prescription
How Balmosa works?
Balmosa works by stimulating dilation of the capillaries to help improve circulation. This results in a sensation of warmth around the affected area which in turn relieves the pain.
Many people have used Balmosa over the years to successfully help them ease the pain associated with rheumatic conditions such as X & Y.
Treating chilblains with Balmosa
Balmosa cream is one of the only licensed preparations to soothe and relieve the pain associated with unbroken chilblains. Apply the cream to the affected area, massaging it gently into the skin. Do not apply to broken chilblains. Always read the label.
For chilblains that have broken or ulcerated apply an antiseptic dressing. If the chilblain does not heal, visit your GP or local pharmacist.
Applying Balmosa to the affected area can also help relieve the pain associated with strains and sprains. Simply squeeze the cream onto the injured area and gently rub in allowing the warming effects of Balmosa to bring relief.