Yes, it expires 2 years from date of manufacture. There is a sticker on the back of each patch package, that lists what the expiration date is.
No. You cannot show with lunapatch. The gel will absorb the water and lose its adhesivity(stickiness). You can however take off the lunapatch prior to showering then re-apply the same patch right after toweling off.
None of the ingredients are known allergens. It should not cause any allergic reaction. If you do experience it please stop use immediately.
It’s simple. Lunapatch contains elemental magnesium which corrodes and gives off solvated electrons which neutralize free radicals. By doing so, this targets a source of pain and reduces pain in a localized area. In studies women go into oxidative stress for 2/3 of their menstrual cycle. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23915183 https://www.researchgate.net/publication/255691692_Analysis_of_oxidative_stress_during_the_menstrual_cycle
The active ingredient in lunapatch is natural and drug-free.
Ingredients: Water, Glycerin, Elemental Magnesium, Sodium Chloride, Potassium Chloride, Silver
Lunapatch is a transdermal patch that corrodes magnesium to eliminate free radicals associated with pain. In short, your localized pain for menstrual symptoms will decrease due to the total amount of free radicals being decreased. You can also get relief from fatigue.
Lunapatch has only been tested for its efficacy on adults, so its use is not recommended for use on children, infants and pregnant women.
The only known side effect is chance for skin irritation.
Yes. Our technology for Lunapatch has been in continuous use for over 3 years and no health problems have emerged. In fact, there has been a long period of unprecedented improved symptom relief for users who have used the patch thus far.