Q: How should I apply ActaFlex4X?
A: Apply ActaFlex4X generously to the area experiencing pain at least twice daily, and no more than 3 or 4 times per day. It works well to apply ActaFlex4X once in the morning before you dress, and once at night before you go to sleep.
Q: How long does each tube of ActaFlex4X last?
A: Each tube of ActaFlex4X is 4 ounces and is a one-month supply.
Q: How should I store ActaFlex4X?
A: ActaFlex4X should be stored in a cool, dry place where it is completely out of reach of children.
Q: Will ActaFlex4X interact with medications I'm taking?
A: Although ActaFlex4X is a topical pain reliever, you should consult your physician and seek competent medical care regarding any questions pertain to drug interactions, medications, and any health issues you may be facing in general. Ask a doctor before use if you have redness over the affected area.
Q: Can I use ActaFlex4X if I'm pregnant or nursing?
A: Ask your physician. Pregnant or nursing mothers should always consult a qualified health professional before taking any medication, supplement or topical cream.
Q: Should children take ActaFlex4X?
A: We have not tested ActaFlex4X on children. You should consult with your pediatrician before giving ActaFlex4X to anyone under the age of 12. This product should be kept out of reach of children, and you should get medical care or contact Poison Control immediately if it’s swallowed.
Q: What else should I know about using ActaFlex4X?
A: ActaFlex4X should not be used with a heating pad, or on open wounds or damaged skin.
Q: Are there circumstances where I should stop using ActaFlex4X?
A: Stop use and consult your doctor if skin redness or excessive skin irritation develops; conditions worsen or symptoms persist for more than 7 days; symptoms clear up and occur again in a few days.
Q: Can ActaFlex4X be used internally?
A: No! ActaFlex4X is for external use only!
Q: Will ActaFLEX4X stain my clothes?
A: No. ActaFlex4X’snon-greasy formula won’t stain your clothes or bed sheets.