FAQ about Polar Frost Pain Relieving Gel
Polar Frost Instruction to use:
The gel provides moderate long acting reduction (5-6 C) of the skin temperature, for 2-4 hours, without risks of counter reactions or frostbites. It offers a possibility to use features and benefits of cold as long as needed. Massage a thin layer of Polar Frost Cold Gel into the painful area. Repeat application every three hours for 3-5 days, as needed. Polar Frost absorbs fast and works quickly. Avoid contact with eyes, mucous membranes, wounds and irritated skin. Aloe Vera has anti-inflammatory effect and helps keeping the skin smooth and moist during the whole treatment period. Go to the Polar Frost productpage…
Polar Frost Drug Facts
Water, Alcohol, Eucalyptus Globulus Leaf Oil, Carbomer, Aloe Barbadensis Extract, Propylene Glycol, Triethanolamine, Methylparaben, Silica, Propylparaben, Cl 42090 (FD&C Blue No. 1)
Cooling and instant pain relief
Uses: provides cooling pain relief of minor aches and pains of muscles and joints associated with simple back-ache, arthritis, strains, bruises and sprains.
For external use only. Do not use on wounds or damaged skin.
Avoid contact with eyes, avoid contact with mucous membranes, do not bandage. If rash or irritation occurs, discontinue use.
If condition worsens, or if symptoms persist for more than 7 days or clear up and occur again within a few days, discontinue use of this product and consult a doctor. Keep out of reach of children.
Polar Frost FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions about Polar Frost Pain Relieving Cold Gel
Q: What does Polar Frost pain relieving gel do for me?
A: Polar Frost pain relieving gel can be used for muscular disorders and injuries like strains, sprains and ruptures, stressed muscles and tension, chronic neck-, shoulder and low back pains and aches, work and occupation related muscular disorders, cramps and spasms, bruises, sciatic pain syndrome. Joints: Arthritis, related inflammations and pains, arthrosis, bursitis, golfers’ wrist. Tendons and ligaments: tendonitis, tennis elbow.
Q: How often can I use Polar Frost Pain Relieving Cold Gel?
A: Apply a thin layer to the affected area. Make a second application in 5 min, and then repeat every three hours for 3-5 days.
Q: How does Polar Frost Pain Relieving Cold Gel work?
A: Polar Frost pain relieving cold gel provides moderate long-acting reduction (5-6 C) of the skin temperature, for 2-4 hours, without risks of counter reactions or frost bites. It offers a possibility to use features and benefits of cold as long as needed. Massage a thin layer of Polar Frost Cold Gel into the painful area. Repeat application every three hours for 3-5 days, as needed. Polar Frost absorbs fast and works quickly.
Q: Does Polar Frost Pain Relieving Cold Gel affect the skin?
A: No, Aloe Vera has an anti-inflammatory effect and it keeps the skin smooth and moist throughout the treatment.
Q: How fast is the effect on my pain with Polar Frost Pain Relieving Cold Gel?
A: Polar Frost Cold Gel is specially formulated to provide fast effect on pain; it will reduce the pain smoothly without any risks. But please note; it is not one time treatment, it is a concept.
Q: Where can I buy Polar Frost Pain Relieving Cold Gel?
A: Polar Frost pain relieving gel is sold all over the world. If you can’t find it just fill in the contact form on the website and we will find your local dealer for you.
Q: What are the ingredients of Polar Frost Pain Relieving Cold Gel?
A: It is based on natural ingredients; Aqua, Alcohol, Menthol, Eucalyptus Globules Leaf Oil, Carbone, Triethanolamine, Propylene Glycol, Aloe Barbadenis Extract, Silica, Methylparaben, CI 42090.
It can be used during pregnancy and lactation and could be very helpful and effective for seniors.
Q: How do I use Polar Frost Pain Relieving Cold Gel?
A: Instruction to use: apply a thin layer on affected area. Make a second application in 5 minutes and then repeat every third hour for 3-5 days, as needed. Avoid contact with eyes, mucous membranes, wounds and irritated skin. Aloe Vera has an anti-inflammatory effect and helps keep the skin smooth and moist during the whole treatment period. Keep out of the reach of children.
Q: What sizes of package can I buy?
A: Polar Frost is available in several packages. Sachet 5g, Roll-on 75ml, Tube 150ml, and 20 ml, Pump Bottle 500 ml bottle. The Roll-on bottle is convenient to use. With the roll-on, the gel can be massaged into the skin easily, without using hands.
Q: Do I need a prescription for Polar Frost Pain Relieving Cold Gel?
A: No, you do not need a prescription; you can buy it from your local drugstore or on the Internet. It is OTC (Over the Counter)
Q: Is Polar Frost Pain Relieving Cold Gel often used and recommended?
A: Yes, Polar Frost pain relieving gel is recommended by doctors, physical and sport therapists, chiropractors, massage therapists.
Q: How often can I use Polar Frost Pain Relieving Cold Gel?
A: Polar Frost pain relieving gel can be used every three hours for 3-5 days, as needed. The Aloe Vera will keep your skin smooth.
Q: Do you have scientific studies done on Polar Frost Pain Relieving Cold Gel?
A: Yes, you can read the study on the Polar Frost website.
Q: How long does Polar Frost pain relieving gel last, when is the expiration date?
A: The expiration date is 3 years and can be located on the package of the Polar Frost product.
Q: What is the basic active ingredient in Polar Frost Pain Relieving Cold Gel?
Q: Does Polar Frost Pain Relieving Cold Gel give any allergic reactions?
A: Every skin is different so it could happen, when this occurs put some body lotion on the skin where you used Polar Frost, this will reduce the effect, do not use water.
Q: Can I use Polar Frost Pain Relieving Cold Gel if I am pregnant or nursing?
A: Yes, in normal situations. But ask your doctor if you can use it in your indication.
Q: Can I wrap the area where I have used the Polar Frost Pain Relieving Cold Gel?
A: No. You should not wrap or bandage the area where Polar Frost pain relieving gel is being applied.
Q: I have damaged skin where I want to use Polar Frost Pain Relieving Cold Gel, is that possible?
A: No, never use the gel near wounds, eyes, and mouth. If this happens rinse the spot with hand warm water for at least 10 minutes. If that doesn´t work, contact a physician and have the gel with you.
Q: Is there any medication in Polar Frost Pain Relieving Cold Gel?
A: No, Polar Frost Pain Relieving Cold Gel has just natural ingredients and can be used during pregnancy and lactation.
Q: Can I use Polar Frost Pain Relieving Cold Gel on insect bites?
A: Yes, Polar Frost Pain Relieving Cold Gel effectively relieves the irritation of mosquito bites.
Q: Is Polar Frost Pain Relieving Cold Gel registered with the FDA?
A: Yes, the Polar Frost is FDA registered, as well as CE-marked.
What to do tackling sport injuries?
FAQ to PT-athlete and Gladiator Jenny Pacey. From: PT magazine, Elizabeth Hughes Polar Frost: PR Coverage
Q: What are the key things to do before and alter exercise to prevent muscular injury?
A: Prior to exercise; make sure you are fully hydrated. Ensure you have around eight hours sleep the night before a hard workout (lack of sleep increases injury risk) and you have had a light snack so you are more energized. Just before your workout make sure you completely warm up with active stretches and joint mobility.
After a workout you can continue to help prevent injuries through stretching. Drinking plenty of ﬂuid and eating a high carbohydrate protein based snack within 30 minutes of finishing your session.
Q: What should you do 10 minutes, one hour and one day after sustaining a muscular injury?
A: At 10 minutes. Remember ACE. So assess the injury. Compress the area to restrictive bleeding and elevate the limb.
At one hour. Remember RICE. Rest is crucial. Then Ice or cool the area to reduce inﬂammation. Next is compression and elevation – raise the affected area above the heart and compress with a bandage or fabric strip.
After one day. Treatment depends on the severity of the injury and where it is. My main advice would be to be careful of stretching too soon. In almost all cases, avoid massaging and stretching for three to ﬁve days after the injury occurred.
Q: In your opinion what are the best treatments for a muscular injury?
A: Immediate compression to restrict bleeding is crucial and continued icing/cooling is the best way to speed up the healing process. Often icing can be tricky if you aren‘t at home so you can substitute an icepack.
Solution: with a cooling gel such as Polar Frost it‘s a mess free way of keeping the affected area cool.
Q: Have you ever had a muscular injury? How did it affect your exercise regime?
A: I have competed on the world stage for over a decade in athletics and bobsleigh and thankfully. I remained relatively injury free. I trained smart rather than hard; made sure I had enough sleep and listened to my body. My worst injury through long jump training was a pulled glute, which required ice and rest.
Q: What key things can people do when getting back into exercise following an injury?
A: Depending on their injury. I would suggest they begin by improving their mobility, flexibility, strength and agility. A sport specific program can help – for example an injured runner might start running training on a mini trampoline to reduce impact and develop stability. Having regular massage to remove scar tissue is a simple step and can be a great help too.
Include a rehab program within your workouts to build mobility, strength and ﬂexibility in a certain area. For instance, an injured tennis player can strengthen their shoulder through rotator cuff exercises with thera-or polar elastic bands.
Q: What are your top three pieces of advice for people looking to get ﬁt and start exercising?
A: 1. Work out with a long-term goal in mind. Your health is with you for the rest of your life so think of it as maintenance. Rather than just view fitness as a short term intervention. Try changing your goal from trying to lose two dress sizes to becoming the person who never misses a workout. The person who is never put off running by the rain, and who always makes it out of bed to work out.
A: 2. Results are about consistency and variety. Stop treating exercise as something you do when it’s convenient and start setting a weekly schedule to follow. When you have a schedule for your training you have a way of pulling yourself back on track as quickly as possible. Let your schedule not kill your motivation; do your workout each day.
A: 3. Great exercises = great results. There is a simple rule that will always guide you toward the best exercises: the more an exercise makes you move. The bigger the beneﬁts it will deliver. Exercises that force your body to move the most (and the quickest) are often the best for calorie burn and muscle toning. Start with these and as you start to see results. Include some all over body exercises in your weekly workouts such as squats, deadlifts, sprints, bench press, clean and jerk, push-ups,
pull-ups, boxing, swimming uphill power walking and wall climbing.
Q: ‘What are the key signs you’re working out too much before exercise starts taking its toll on your body?’
A: Key signs that you’re pushing yourself too hard include feeling constantly tired and fatigued rather than energized, ﬁnding yourself unable to sleep at night and experiencing continuous muscle or joint aches and pains due to a build-up of cortisol in these areas. Becoming ill regularly means your immune system has been compromised due to this tiredness so this could also be a sign too.
Q: What are your top three complaints from female clients when it comes to exercising and what advice would you give?
A: 1. Stop watching the scales. Ladies often focus on weight. They become ﬁxated on the scales rather than gauging their progress by body fat percentage or size. A kilo of muscle acts like a little fat burning machine burning up to 73 calories a day. Also 5kg off at takes up three times as much space as 5kg of muscle. Increasing your muscle mass may increase your weight but will also increase your metabolism while making you look slimmer and more toned.
A: 2. DOMS (Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness). When my female clients start training they all complain about the post workout aches and pains especially when trying to wear heels or walk down the stairs. This is a sign your body is adapting and changing as the muscle ﬁbers break down during workouts and repair afterwards.
A: 3. Embrace the weights. A lot of women shy away from weight training worried they will develop too much muscle. The reality is most women do not have enough natural testosterone to develop excessive muscle. So get over the fear of using weight machines in the gym, because resistance training benefits include increased calorie burn for 48 hours. Gorgeous glutes, lean legs, toned arms.
Fast results and increased growth hormone which is key for anti-aging and fat burning.
Source: PT magazine, Elizabeth Hughes Polar Frost: PR Coverage.
P.S. Don’t forget: Keep always your Polar Frost Cold Gel near you, just in case. It will reduce pain and swelling if you need it !