Brand: Boiron

Arnicare Arnica Gel 1.5 ounce

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Product Description

As people age, or as their youthful activities catch up with them, pain may start to bloom. The muscles and joints become stiff and sometimes the hurt is almost unbearable. Since you cannot turn back time, you’ll have to find a way to soothe your pains and alleviate the stiffness in muscles and joints. Arnicare Arnica Gel can work miracles with these issues.

What is Arnica Gel?

Arnica Gel is a pain-relieving gel derived from the Arnica flower, also known as Wolfsbane, Mountain Arnica, Leopards Bane, and Mountain Tobacco. Grown in Europe, the Northern United States, Canada, and East Asia, the flower is cousin to the sunflower and the daisy. Arnica Gel is actually taken from the heads of the flower, but only after careful extraction.

When it comes to the Arnica flower, there’s one thing to remember, it can be toxic in certain forms. Scientists take great care to formulate the right mixture to create a safe solution for pain without causing harm. Arnica Gel contains an anti-inflammatory and analgesic called helenalin, this helps relieve pain while reducing swelling, which usually comes with pain.

Arnica Gel has natural chemicals called sesquiterpene lactones that block the p65 protein to ease pain. The product is used to trigger a natural response when applying these chemical substances within the body. The gel has a similar effect as when using NSAIDs, or headache relievers.

While the product is basically safe for use on the skin, you should never apply the gel to broken skin, as this is like ingesting the product. The level of Arnica extract found in the gel is at a higher volume than the Arnica extract that’s found in the ingestible sort, which is strictly regulated. When pregnant, you should seek the advice of your physician before use, especially when breast feeding.

Features of Arnicare Arnica Gel

The many quality features of Arnicare Arnica Gel prove that this treatment for pain is safe and effective when used in proper dosage. The goal is to create a solution that everyone can use and reap great benefits.

  • Arnica Gel is a water-based, non-sticky, non-greasy product.
  • It has no medicinal smell
  • The product is free of artificial colors and flavors.
  • Arnica Gel is free of parabens
  • This product is absorbed quickly into the skin.
  • Arnica Gel does not contain menthol or camphor
  • The product is fee of capsaicin

Ingredients Found in Arnicare Arnica Gel

Arnicare Arnica Gel has one highly active ingredient. However, there are other ingredients which support and help provide a way to transport the powerful extracts of the Arnica plant.

Arnica Montana

A flowering plant found in the daisy family of Asteraceae. The flower head extracts are used as a high quality herbal medicine. The most active chemicals present in the Arnica flower are thymol, fatty acids, essential oils, pseudo guaianolide sesquiterpene lactones, and flavanone glycosides. This flower is found more often in higher altitudes and is plentiful in Europe, excluding the British Isles, Italy, and the Balkan Peninsula. It is extinct in Lithuania and Hungary.

Sodium Hydroxide

With a caustic base and high level of alkali, Sodium hydroxide decomposes proteins. It is an inorganic white ionic compound consisting of hydroxide anions and sodium cations. Sodium Hydroxide is soluble in water and absorbs carbon dioxide and moisture from the air.


This chemical is often used as stabilizer or preservative to keep other ingredients from spoiling or deteriorating. Also known as glycol ether, phenoxyethanol is a rose scented, slightly sticky substances included in many cosmetics and gels.


Used as a thickening agent, Carbomer is a white powder that distributes and suspends solids into liquids. It prevents the liquid and oil parts from separating. Carbomers can swell up to 1000 times greater than the original volume when encountering water. A mucilage-like mixture is created that is used in gels. Basically, carbomers are considered polymers made from acrylic acid.

Caprylyl glycol

Found in many skincare products, caprylyl glycol attracts water to the skin. It also holds water in the skin as well. This substance has preservative type properties that help increase the shelf life for various products. Caprylyl glycol comes from caprylic acid found in palm and coconut oils. This substance also improves the way gels and creams feel on the skin. It helps improve spreading of the products too.

Arnicare Arnica Gel Manufacturer’s Information

The Boiron company can be found on Acuatlanta, where Arnicare Arnica Gel is sold. This manufacturer of Arnicare Arnica Gel creates tablets, creams, pellets, gels, and ointments for the use of physicians to patients. While Arnicare is not FDA approved, yet testimonies back the product as being quite effective, especially with relieving symptoms of arthritis and osteoarthritis.

Since 1932, Boiron has been producing quality products to those in need. Boiron provides solutions not only for pain, but also for colds, and allergies. They also specialize in creating formulas for women and children to address different stages and changes in life development. They also offer quality care for stress and cognitive issues, greatly reducing mental health struggles. Boiron’s provides its products to physicians in over 50 countries.

Product Info

Drug Facts: Active Ingredients / Purpose Arnica Montana 1X HPUS 7% / Trauma, muscle pain & stiffness, swelling from injuries, discoloration from bruising Inactive Ingredients: alcohol, carbomer, purified water, sodium hydroxide.

Suggested Use

Directions: Apply a thin layer of Arnicare Gel to affected area and massage gently as soon as possible after minor injury. Repeat 3 times a day or as needed.


Warnings: For external use only. Avoid contact with eyes, mucous membranes, damaged skin or wounds. Do not use if you are allergic to Arnica montana or to any of this product's inactive ingredients.