Iglu Rapid
Relief Gel

Iglu Rapid Relief Gel is a mouth ulcer treatment specially formulated with unique bio-adhesive technology:

  • Sticks fast over the ulcer forming a protective lasting barrier that doesn’t slide off
  • Its two active ingredients provide soothing pain relief and protection against infection
  • Shields the ulcer to help speed up the healing process

Available off the shelf in pharmacies and the healthcare aisle in supermarkets.

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Fast, effective relief from mouth ulcers

Iglu Rapid Relief Gel sticks fast over the ulcer, locking in the active ingredients to soothe the pain and fight infection, while creating a lasting shield around and over the sore to protect it from further irritation. This triple action effect also helps speed up the healing process.

How to use

Three simple steps

  1. 1

    Use a clean tissue to gently remove excess moisture and saliva from the ulcer area.

  2. 2

    Squeeze a small quantity of gel onto a clean, dry fingertip or cotton bud. Apply directly onto the ulcer using a single, gentle wiping action (avoid dabbing).

  3. 3

    The gel might seem paste-like and sticky at first; however, on contact with saliva, it will form a flexible and lasting adhesive shield over and around the ulcer area.

For more information, have a look at this leaflet.

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How it works

Iglu Rapid Relief Gel's triple action formula helps speed up the healing process.


Sticks fast to form a lasting protective soothing barrier over and around the ulcer.


In addition, this seals in the active ingredients: lidocaine hydrochloride to numb the pain and aminoacridine hydrochloride to fight infection.


Shields exposed nerve endings from irritants, while helping to protect the delicate underlying tissue as the sore ulcer heals.

For more information, have a look at this leaflet.

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Frequently asked questions

Your questions answered

Iglu Rapid Relief Gel PIL

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Advice and tips

Learn more about mouth ulcers

Mouth ulcers are
very common

Over 20% of us will suffer from mouth ulcers at some point in our lives.

You can't catch
them by kissing

Or even by sharing drinks and utensils. That’s because mouth ulcers aren’t caused by an infection.

Make healthy

Try not to let yourself get run-down – a healthy lifestyle could make you less prone to mouth ulcers. Unfortunately though, many trigger factors are not within our control - so it's important to know how to treat mouth ulcers when we do get them.

More advice and tips

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