• What is Fastum?

    Fastum Gel is a topical anti-inflammatory gel that provides targeted relief in the area affected with pain and inflammation such as sprains, strains and soft tissue trauma. It contains 2.4% ketoprofren which is proven to penetrate deep onto the site of pain and provide relief.

  • How does Fastum work?

    Targets Joint Pain and Inflammation Through its Triple Action Formula

    Triple action formula gel:

    • Fast absorption from the skin to the site of pain
    • Diffusion of active ingredients at the site of inflammation
    • High concentration of the active substance providing fast pain relief
    Comparison of Product Effectivity - For Joint Pains - Fastum Gel
    Comparison of Product Effectivity - For Joint Pains - Fastum Gel
    Comparison of Product Effectivity - For Joint Pains - Fastum Gel
    Comparison of Product Effectivity - For Joint Pains - Fastum Gel
    Comparison of Product Effectivity - For Joint Pains - Fastum Gel
    Comparison of Product Effectivity - For Joint Pains - Fastum Gel
    Comparison of Product Effectivity - For Joint Pains - Fastum Gel
    Comparison of Product Effectivity - For Joint Pains - Fastum Gel
    Comparison of Product Effectivity - For Joint Pains - Fastum Gel
  • What is the benefit of a topical pain killer?

    Using a topical gel like Fastum benefits you as it treats the affected area directly. Compared to its oral counterparts, Fastum provides relief without adverse effects like gastrointestinal discomfort.

  • Does it scent strongly like other topical gels?

    Fastum is non-oily and non-greasy and has a pleasant, mild lavander scent. And because it is rapidly absorbed by the skin, it does not leave any residue and will not cause any staining to your clothes.

  • How often and how much should I put on?

    Apply Fastum on the skin over the affected area 1 to 3 times daily. Gentle rubbing into the skin would help absorption. Avoid direct exposure to sunlight during treatment and for 2 weeks afterwards.

  • Can anyone use fastum?

    Fastum is contraindicated in patients with known hypersensitivity to ketoprofen. It is not advisable to apply the product on open wounds. For pregnant or breastfeeding women, its use should be limited to cases of real necessity and under medical supervision

  • How do I use Fastum Gel?

    Apply a thin layer of gel 1 to 3 times daily onto the area of affected skin.

  • Is Fastum Gel safe and well tolerated?

    Yes. Gel formulation achieves similar efficacy as oral preparation but with less side effects. Side effects are rare and generally mild, which may include:

    • Skin redness, itchiness or rashes
    • Photosensitivity reactions

    Fastum Gel has no known interactions with other drugs.

    Patients taking other maintenance medications may safely use Fastum Gel.

    Consult your doctor or pharmacist regarding any undesired effects including those not mentioned above.

  • How is Fastum Gel different from other topical pain relievers?

    Fastum Gel is preferred by most patients compared to other topical pain relievers.
    Features of Topical Pain Relievers - For Joint Pains - Fastum Gel