NanoRelief

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Boasting one of the highest Menthol (active ingredient) levels of all pain relief creams on the Australian market, Nanorelief Gel or Roll-on is an effective, quickly absorbed and non-greasy ‘must have’ product!

Menthol has been shown to possess analgesic properties when applied topically1, as well as provide a cooling effect to badly inflamed tissue2.  Methanol has also been shown to increase the transportation of associated analgesic and anti-inflammatory compounds into the skin3.

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1 Nicoletta Galeotti, Lorenzo Di Cesare Mannelli, Gabriela Mazzanti, Alessandro Bartolini, Carla Ghelardini  2002 Menthol: a natural analgesic compound,  Neuroscience Letters, Volume 322, Issue 3, 12 April 2002, Pages 145–148

2 Tejesh Patel, MD, Yozo Ishiuji, Gil Yosipovitch, 2007 Menthol: A refreshing look at this ancient compound, Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, Volume 57, Issue 5, November 2007, Pages 873–878

3 Yi Liu, Xun Ye, Xuemei Feng, Guanhuai Zhou, Zhengxing Rong, Chao Fang, Hongzhuan Chen, 2005, Menthol facilitates the skin analgesic effect of tetracaine gel, International Journal of Pharmaceutics, Volume 305, Issues 1–2, 23 November 2005, Pages 31–36

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