I wouldn’t waste $ on it. It’s not legit.
Do you have a reason behind that bald assertion?
Your kidding right? Ibuprofen can be administered effectively by mouth and some cases, in neonates, IV. I know of lidocaine patches can be used transdermal. Dexamethasone can be driven across the skin by iontophoresis(low volt electrical current).
You just can’t get any med to be absorbed through the skin. If this was the case, there would no longer be oral ibuprofen. The GI complications would be a thing of the past.
Of course I’m not kidding, or I wouldn’t have asked. I’m not an expert on delivery methods for medicine. All you did was claimed that something was not legit without giving any reason. Why should I believe you over anybody else? What I would likie to see some kind of science to show why or why not ibuprofen can be used this way.
I’m not an expert either. There are a few studies I found in Medscape suggesting topical NSAIDS are effective but they are few and poor studies. Honestly, if they were effective they would be more widely available.