HemoClin is a water-based gel suitable for haemorrhoids, anal fissures and other anal discomfort. HemoClin's soothing gel works in 3 ways. It acts as a bacterial blocker, lubricates passing stools and has a cooling effect which relieves pain and itching caused by anal discomfort.
Haemorrhoids, often a taboo subject, are more common than one would think. Haemorrhoids affect approximately 50% of the population and appear to be distributed evenly across both males and females.
Everyone has haemorrhoidal cushions. The haemorrhoidal cushions swell to ensure proper closure of the anus. These cushions, however, can cause a problem when they enlarge. This occurs when the blood vessels in the haemorrhoidal tissue swell due to excessive pressure exerted on weakened tissue. Haemorrhoids create a problem when the veins around the anus or lower rectum are swollen and inflamed. This may result from straining to move stool.
Contributing factors include obesity, nutrition, chronic constipation and pregnancy.
There are two common types of haemorrhoids, internal haemorrhoids, which are located inside the anus and external haemorrhoids those that protrude outside the anus. Internal haemorrhoids usually cause less pain and many people do not even know that they have them. External haemorrhoids cause more noticeable problems for sufferers.
Anal fissures are tears in the lining of the anal canal that are often mistaken with haemorrhoids because of the similarity of symptoms. One may experience pain, itching, burning, and blood in the stool. Fissures, as they are tears (not a case of unnatural swelling) will not protrude outside the anus.
Haemorrhoids are usually quite uncomfortable but are not dangerous or life threatening. Haemorrhoidial symptoms can disappear after a few days but may eventually return, often worse. The infection of haemorrhoids, however, can cause complications.
Benefits of HemoClin gel
* It provides rapid cooling relief.
* It acts in 3 ways: blocks bacteria, lubricates and cools.
* It supports natural healing.
* It is a water-based gel so it is:
- easy to apply,
- easy to clean,
* Has an easy-to-use applicator / more hygenic.
* Can be used during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
* Non-toxic and no known side effects.
What does HemoClin gel contain?
HemoClin gel contains 2QR, a polysaccharide which is derived from the Aloe Barbadenis plant. 2QR binds to a bacteria, preventing adhesion to skin or mucosa. By reducing the bacterial load, 2QR supports natural healing.
How is HemoClin different to other haemorrhoid treatments?
HemoClin is a water-based gel (not a greasy ointment) that provides INSTANT cooling relief. It also acts in 3 ways: blocks bacteria, lubricates passing stools and cools/relieves pain. HemoClin also supports natural healing. The fact that it is a water-based gel means it is easy to apply, easy to clean and does not stain underwear. It comes with an easy-to-use applicator so it is more hygienic to apply.
Can I use HemoClin gel for anal fissures as well as haemorrhoids?
Yes HemoClin gel can be used for anal fissures and haemorrhoids as well as other anal discomfort such as itching or irritation.
How do I apply HemoClin gel?
HemoClin comes with a handy applicator to make application easier. Apply the gel using the applicator in and around the affected area. Close the tube securely after use to prevent the gel during out and rinse the applicator with warm water after each use.
When and how often should I apply HemoClin gel?
Apply the gel using the applicator in and around the affected area at least twice per day or when required for a period of two weeks.
Are there any cautions concerning HemoClin gel?
HemoClin gel should not be used continuously for longer than 30 days in one treatment period. Consult a healthcare practitioner if symptoms persist. Keep out of reach of children.
Are there any interactions with other medicinal products?
HemoClin has no known interactions.
Are there any adverse effects from using HemoClin gel?
HemoClin has no known side-effects.
Can I use HemoClin gel during pregnancy and breastfeeding?
Yes HemoClin gel has no known side effects or interactions and can be used during pregnancy and breastfeeding. It does not contain any harsh toxic chemicals.
What is the shelf-life of HemoClin gel?
HemoClin gel has a 3-year shelf-life. Please refer to expiry date on the pack.
How should I store HemoClin gel?
HemoClin gel should be stored at room temperature (25 degrees celsius).
Orders within Australia – Regular Post
Orders will be delivered by Australia Post.
$8.95 for orders weighing less than 3kg
$13.00 for orders weighing more than 3kg
Delivery is FREE if your order is over $149 and weighing less than 3kg.
Extremely heavy parcels may incur additional postage costs. We will contact you prior to dispatch if this is applicable to your order.
Orders within Australia – Express Post
Express Post is available for orders under 500g at a cost of $11.95 and between 501g – 3kg for $19.95. If your order qualifies for Express Post, this will be offered at checkout.
Orders outside Australia
International orders will be dispatched via Airmail. Please allow up to 14 days for international Airmail delivery.
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