How is Linnex different from other heat liniments and creams?

Linnex has a stronger and more long-lasting effect than most other products on the market. For this reason, the product was originally only sold to professionals, such as naprapaths, physical therapists and chiropractors. Since the effect is more long-lasting, the patient may return to normal active life more quickly, which, according to studies, often leads to faster healing compared to rest alone. Often those suffering from pain also place unnecessary strain on healthy muscles, which will aggravate the problem further. Linnex works where the pain is, without irritating your stomach or intestines!

What kind of use is Linnex suitable for?

Linnex is a so-called heat liniment for muscles and joints, which you can use if you suffer from, for example, lumbago, repetitive strain injury, muscle strain or stiff muscles.
What should Linnex not be used for?
Be careful not to apply Linnex onto sensitive skin. Such areas include the groin, neck and face. Linnex must not be applied onto open wounds, mucous membranes or the eyes. In warm conditions, the effects of Linnex are enhanced further, so do not use Linnex before going to the sauna, using a tanning bed, sun bathing or taking a warm shower. Also remember to wash your hands after use, if you have touched the liniment!

When should Linnex not be used?

Linnex is not suitable as first aid for acute injuries with intense swelling, redness or severe pain. Linnex is not recommended to be used during pregnancy or lactation, or by asthmatics, children under 12 or people diagnosed with salicylate allergy.