How to use?
Apply a small amount externally to the affected areas up to 3 to 4 times daily. Rub in well, until
the cream disappears from the skin. Wash hands after application.

How often should I use the cream?
Use 3 to 4 times daily or as needed.

What is that smell?
That great smell is the wintergreen (Methyl Salicylate). It has a warming and soothing sensation with anti-inflammatory properties.

What makes it different?
Compared to other topical pain products which just mask the symptoms, Nuwell pain relief cream supports the body's natural healing processes, addressing not just the symptoms, but also the problems of the disease state.

Why is it blue:
It’s copper and not just any copper but copper glycinate. This form of copper makes it better for absorption.

Why Copper?
The proven effects of copper and zinc on inflammation and pain may explain the beneficial effects of the cream. See more on our science page.

Why does it change color?
You might see a slight change in color which is normal and due to oxidation of the cream so
make sure the tube is tightly closed.

Why is there just one active ingredient and why is it listed as Methyl Salicylate?
We are required to follow the labeling guidelines of the FDA which recognizes methyl salicylate
(an active ingredient of wintergreen) as a treatment option for pain relief and not Nuwell pain relief creams formula.

What kind of pain should Nuwell pain relief cream be used for?

TMJ, Neuralgias, Arthritis, Muscle Pain, and Joint Stiffness