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Diclowin Carbofast Multi Pain Relief Spray

Prescription for: Pain

Consult Top General Physicians Online on mfine for the use of Diclowin Carbofast Multi Pain Relief Spray Diclowin Carbofast Multipain Spray is the first Painkiller Spray in India powered with Carbofast Technology and contains a unique combination of Diclofenac. Lidocaine and Mephensin. Power of 3 is derived from an Analgesic (Diclofenac). a Local Anesthetic (Lidocaine) and a Muscle Relaxant (Mephensin). with additional power of Plant Actives that reduce inflammation and give a cooling sensation (Menthol and Linseed Oil).Roles of Ingredients :Diclofenac : reduces pain and inflammation.Lidocaine  : numbs the pain sensation. Mephensin  : relaxes muscles.Methyl Salicylate. Menthol and Linseed oil penetrate deep into affected area and reduce inflammation.Carbofast technology enables the application to spread quickly and uniformly.

Directions For Use :Shake can well before use.Hold the spray nozzle 5cm from the site of pain and spray in 2-3 short bursts.Massage is not required.Protect the face when spraying around the neck/shoulders.Repeat up to 3 times per day.Use under Medical Supervision.


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