Instructions for use Varius

Use of the tool presents no difficulties. In the instructions for use Varius it is recommended that before you apply the gel of a shower of hot water for the maximum disclosure of the pores. This is necessary so that the active ingredients of a medication well penetrated into the skin, and have exerted the desired action.

The Statement Geminus

The medication can be put in a small amount on the affected area of the skin, and rub their slow movements. The excess gel is removed with a cloth. Gel leave until dissolved. If on skin wounds or abrasions, the medication may not be applied, since this causes irritation. The procedure passed in the morning and at night. The course is 3 to 4 weeks, if necessary, application of gel followed other 4 weeks. For the prevention of varicose veins medicine put into the skin once a day. For the fixing of this result, it is recommended to repeat the course in a month. open the bottle of gel would survive a long time, according to the instructions of the Variusand , if stored properly.

Contraindications to the use of the gel Varius

A medicine made of natural components, eco-friendly and safe. But when ignorant of the use of varius it is possible the occurrence of side effects and complications undesirable. Before you buy a product costs special attention to the contraindications. The application of Varius is not valid in this kind of situations:

  • Intolerance of individual active components. After application of the gel on the skin of some people appears severe allergic, caused by the effects of the bee venom.
  • Pregnancy. The drug is practically no complications, but during pregnancy should be used with much caution.
  • The defeat of the epidermis. The tool is contraindicated for the use of persons suffering from different forms of eczema and dermatitis.
  • The violation of the integrity of the epidermis. You can't apply the gel Varius in the damaged areas of the skin and open wounds.

Instructions for use Varius found on the packaging of the goods.