Are there possible side effects to using Soothanol X2? Yes, there are. But there are possible side effects to everything – including living in pain. No one can decide for you if being out of pain is worth the potential of a side effect, and we’re not about to try. What we can do is give you the facts so you can decide for yourself.
Looking at Soothanol X2, it’s obvious that, when used according to the directions, it’s very safe. Too many people swear by it for it to be dangerous. But that doesn’t mean it is completely without potential side effects. Nothing – nothing natural, nothing pharmaceutical – no medicine at all is completely without potential side effect. So, let’s take a close look at the side effects of Soothanol X2…
The first of the potential side effects of Soothanol X2 seems basic and self-explanatory, but it is easy to overlook sometimes. If you are allergic to any of the ingredients, you could have a reaction. So be sure to read the whole label, just in case. Another general, but important, note about Soothanol X2 side effects – if you are pregnant, or nursing, check with your health care provider before starting Soothanol X2, or any other medication, or supplement.
Then there are the specifics. Out of all the effective ingredients in Soothanol X2, only these 5 have been shown to have even the possibility of a side effect when used topically:
Side Effects of Soothanol X2 We Want You To Know About
- DMSO: The most common side effect is skin irritation at the application site. Also, some people report using DMSO, even for a short period of time, causes their breath to smell garlicky.
- Cayenne: Cayenne is a pepper, so it makes sense that a possible side effect is a mild burning sensation. We find it to be almost reassuring, that Soothanol X2 is beginning to work! Sometimes, skin can be irritated when you first start to use products with cayenne in them, but that irritation has been reported to go away within the first three days of regular use.
- Menthol: Again, the most common side effect is skin irritation, including itchiness or rash. Also, sometimes the skin gets flushed, temporarily, as the blood flows to the site, so Soothanol X2 can get to work.
- St. John’s Wort: Once again skin rash and irritation is one of the possible Soothanol X2 side effects.
- Arnica: Some people may experience some itching at the application site.
And there you have it. The specific, possible, side effects of Soothanol X2.
Certain questions come up whenever you start considering a new medication: Will it work? What’s in it? What are the side effects? Because, while you may be willing to balance the possibility of a side effect with the pain relief you’re getting, you want to know. You want to choose. And now you can.