What should I do if I am getting a rash from using the patches or adhesives?

Do not panic, while it is uncommon for this to happen, it can occur. This is typically due to an irritation or allergic response to the adhesives that the individual wasn’t previously aware that they had. If this occurs, simply discontinue use and the rash should clear within 2-3 days. We do recommend cutting and trying a little test strip of the adhesive prior to use.

Testimonials

Real accounts by real people. Hear what they have to say!

Toky, I got my patches.  I used it for 12 hrs last night. The patch was wet. My knee feels better.  Thanks

- Garrett B, Arizona, United States

Eight years ago I had a work place accident and injured my left shoulder (bursitis and tendentious). After extensive physio & sports rehab the doctors advised me to get cortisone injections.  Not only was this a painful procedure, it didn’t work! I proceeded to have physio treatment off and on for the next 8 years, […]

- Belinda W, SA, Australia

Please pass on my eternal thanks for this product. I would like to say how wonderful the patches are.  I am proof that they work. I am 80 years old and had the excruciating pain of bursitis for 10 days. I used up three boxes of painkillers to no avail.  Then in desperation looked on […]

- Mavis S., Gartempe, France

I got it yesterday! Used it last night and it is already helping with the pain quite a bit! Thank you so much for your considerate responses.

- Jeanette Q, IL, United States

The Osmo patch worked great for my wife’s elbow bursitis, I’ve placed another order through the website, a work colleague was just diagnosed with hip bursitis and I’ve recommended Osmo patch, fantastic product.

- Jackson P, TN, United States
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