Dermatologist offers tips for safe use of topical pain relievers

10/23/2012 | WTXF-TV (Philadelphia)

Topical pain relievers can irritate or damage the skin if they are not used correctly, says dermatologist Susan Taylor. Consumers should always check the ingredients and never apply topical pain relievers to broken or damaged skin. Heating pads and bandages applied over topical pain relievers can intensify their effects and burn the skin.

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