How To Apply PainFix Restore Patch On Your Lower Back
By PainFix co-founder Yen Tse Yap
Published March 03, 2021
To make sure that the PainFix Restore Patch stays on your body firmly, use the plaster provided. Peel off the protective backing and set aside. Remove the Restore Patch from its pouch and then place the Restore Patch on the middle of the plaster.
To make it easier to handle, don’t remove the protective layer on the Restore Patch until you have placed it securely on the plaster. Then peel off the protective layer so that the sticky hydrogel side of the patch is exposed.
Identify the root cause of your lower back problem and place the center of the Restore Patch firmly on it. Usually this is the area that feels most tender or sore. If multiple areas of your back require attention at the same time, such as your spine and glutes, use additional patches. Keep each patch on for 12 to 15 hours.
Restore Patches provide the best results when used over several days. Put one on in the morning and let it do its work all day to help you find the most powerful version of your body.
When applying the Restore Patch to joints like elbows and knees, bend the joint first, then stretch out the patch and stick it on. Finish with applying the plaster over the patch.
Please follow the directions on the product package. If you have sensitive skin, test a small amount of the gel on your skin before applying. Wash your hands after applying PainFix Relief Gel. Avoid contact with eyes, nose, mouth, and genitals. If you’re applying the gel to your hands, wait at least 30 minutes after applying to wash your hands. Don’t apply to raw, burned, broken, or irritated skin. Allergic reactions to the patch are rare, but be sure to stop use and seek immediate medical attention if you notice any symptoms of a serious allergic reaction such as rash, swelling/itching or blisters.