A.Vogel Venagel 100ml


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A.Vogel's Venagel Horse Chestnut Gel has been formulated for the relief of tired aching legs.

Venagel Horse Chestnut Gel, formerly Aesculus Gel, is an easily absorbed gel for quick action and contains horse chesnut extract which helps with lower limb circulation and general leg pains. The use of a gel base is far superior than creams in allowing the active ingredients to penetrate the tissues and hence positive benefits are experienced very quickly.

Horse chestnut gels are soothing, providing cooling relief to legs that feel weary, heavy and uncomfortable – fantastic after a night out or a day’s shopping. It is also useful for long journeys (especially by plane), during hot weather and can be used during pregnancy.

Benefits of A.Vogel’s Venagel Horse Chestnut Gel:

Relieves tired, heavy legs
Can be used during pregnancy
Made from fresh Horse chestnut seeds
No pesticides, insecticides, fungicides or chemical fertilizers used
Dosage: Apply Venagel twice daily.
Aqua, Alcohol, Aesculus hippocastanum, Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, Polyglyceryl-3 laurate, Glycerin (plant origin).
Side Effects: Not recommended whilst pregnant or breast feeding.

Customer Reviews

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Tested at Natural Health, 3rd Jun 2009

Reviewer: Julie Goodwin

Keep Venagel in the fridge in the summer for even cooler soothing relief for hot, aching legs!

Proprietors Choice, 31st Oct 2008

Reviewer: Julie Goodwin

A lady in her 80s with legs and ankles which most teens would envy was very upset by the appearance of unsightly varicose veins on one calf. She took to wearing thick stockings. Her niece suggested trying Venagel which her husband now applies for her daily. She is back to wearing 15 denier.

Proprietor's Choice, 8th Oct 2008

Reviewer: Julie Goodwin

Venaforce and Venagel work wonders for the legs, but we would also recommend people to stay active and get some aerobic exercise into their daily schedule to prevent their circulation ending at their knees. Encouragingly for those of us who prefer our walks to be pleasantly stimulating rather than positively pounding, a study at The Cooper Institute for aerobic research in California found that walking three miles per day at a 12-minute mile pace wasn't as effective at burning fat as walking at a 15-minute mile pace.

Gives one more time to enjoy the beauties of Nature while breathing in good fresh air. And remember that water bottle too!

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