NU SKIN FLEXCREME PRIMARY BENEFITS
- Helps promote mobility
- Comforts tension and soothes the body
- Provides quick and localized cooling
WHAT MAKES NU SKIN FLEXCREME UNIQUE?
- A double-blind clinical study in the Journal of Rheumatology validates the effectiveness of the cetylated fatty acid esters in Nu Skin FlexCreme
- Contains menthol for fast relief
- Safe for adults and children over two years of age
DID YOU KNOW?
- Joint discomfort is the leading cause of disability.
- 172 million workdays are lost each year in the U.S. due to joint pain.
- More than 50% of people over the age of 65 feel pain in their joints.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Apply to uncomfortable or stiff areas of the body—neck, back, knees, and other joints. Can be used by the whole family. Parents should consult a physician before using Nu Skin FlexCreme on children under two years old. For lasting relief, apply daily but do not exceed four times daily.
Water (Aqua), Cetyl Tallowate, Glycerin, Cetearyl Olivate, Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil, Sorbitan Olivate, Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) Oil, Tocopheryl Acetate, Menthol, Cyclopentasiloxane, Sodium Polyacrylate, Cyclohexasiloxane, Xanthan Gum, Phenoxyethanol, Chlorphenesin
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How does this product work?
Nu Skin FlexCreme works by decreasing discomfort and promoting mobility. It provides quick and localized soothing benefits.
What ingredients does Nu Skin FlexCreme provide?
The main ingredients in Nu Skin FlexCreme are cetyl tallowate, peppermint oil, and menthol, an extract from peppermint oil. Cetyl tallowate contains myristoleic acids—a proprietary esterified fatty acid complex containing a combination of a fatty acid and a long-chain alcohol molecule, cetyl alcohol. It is commonly found in certain animals, nuts, and vegetables. Esterified fatty acids play an important role in building and maintaining healthy cells and is also used by the body as an emulsifier and lubricant.
What is the role of peppermint oil and menthol in Nu Skin FlexCreme?
Menthol is a compound usually obtained from peppermint oil or other mint oils. Studies show peppermint oil stimulates cold receptors on the skin, ultimately resulting in a sensation of coldness. This has been proven beneficial for achy areas of the body and may soothe discomfort.
What is the role of cetyl tallowate in Nu Skin FlexCreme?
The topical application of cetylated fatty acids found in cetyl tallowate has been shown to increase feelings of fluidity during movement.
How often should Nu Skin FlexCreme be used?
Menthol (from peppermint oil), is a key ingredient in Nu Skin FlexCreme. Menthol is to be used no more than four times daily because it can be irritating to the skin if used too often. It does not have any safety concerns beyond skin irritation.
Is Nu Skin FlexCreme safe?
There are no known drug interactions nor known contraindi- cations from using Nu Skin FlexCreme. Nu Skin FlexCreme is shown to be effective and safe for those taking prescription medications for arthritis and other musculoskeletal conditions, and has no known side effects when used according to label recom- mendations. FlexCrème is for external use only. Avoid con- tact with eyes. Parents should consult a physician before using Nu Skin FlexCreme on children under two years.