Directions for Use
Keep refrigerated and apply cold gel onto center of bandage, enough to cover desired area, making certain to keep sticky parts of bandage dry, so it will adhere to your skin.
A good seal can stay on for hours.
If hair is plentiful, you may need to shave the area, for bandage to seal onto your skin.
Careful: any gel on the edges will cause seal failure. Apply smoothly, as any folds can cause leakage. Do not smooth from the center outwards - oil may spread onto sticky part and seal will fail. If seal fails, the residual oil will keep a new bandage from adhering.
If your seal is not perfect, you may simply relax and hold bandage on with a towel.
If applied over abdomen, pull the belly slightly inwards. This will cause the patch to stretch outwards when you relax, improving the seal. Stretch patch outwards as you apply.
Increase effect with a heating pad or hot water bottle, but this is not necessary. The effects are delivered transdermally, through your skin - your body's largest organ.
Mend scar tissues, ease any body pains and cramps - both menstrual and digestive. Improves the health of skin, hair and overall system-wide by transdermal delivery.