Dysmenorrhea is uterine pain around the time of menses. The pain usually begins when menses start (or just before) and persists for the first 1 to 2 days; this pain, described as spasmodic, is superimposed over constant lower abdominal pain, which may radiate to the back or thigh. Patients may also have malaise, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, low back pain, or headache.
DysmenoCalm is a topical gel based on 1.5% of Cedarwood Oil, Ruscus aculetaus (butcher’s broom), Mentha Oil, Lavandula, Salvia and Aloe Vera.
It is indicated to contribute to the subjective feeling of relief, comfort and well-being for those women who suffer a lot of pain during menstruation, thanks to the high content of ingredients and natural essential oils.
Topic gel of fast absorption. Easy application. Dermatologically tested. Not stain. Not sticky. Without residues.
Ruscus aculeatus (butcher’s broom) was used during the ancient times as a diuretic or to relieve menstrual pains and water retention discomforts. Thanks to its refreshing, soothing and skin conditioning properties, it contributes to the sensation of relieve the menstrual pain.
Cedarwood Oil helps to achieve the main purpose of this gel thanks to its perfuming and skin conditioning properties that provide a relaxing sensation.
Menthol analgesic properties and provides freshness. They have traditionally been used for the symptomatic relief of localized muscle pain.
Aloe Vera thanks to its moisturizing properties, contributes by hydrating the area.
Lavandula officinalis as an aromatherapy massage oil may greatly reduce the feeling of pain and discomfort associated with menstrual cramps.
Salvia sclarea oil is used as an aromatic therapy for dysmenorrhea.