HemoClin Tube

  • Instant cooling relief from haemorrhoids, fissures and anal discomforts
  • Soothing gel to support the natural healing process
  • Controlled dosing for efficient use
  • Safe for use during pregnancy and breastfeeding

For instant cooling relief from haemorrhoids and anal discomfort such as itching, irritation, burning, sensitivity and pain. The gel helps to prevent haemorrhoids and fissures, treats anal discomforts and conditions the skin, to further support the natural healing process.


HemoClin Original contains a gel based on the patented 2QR complex, which blocks harmful microbes and promotes the natural healing process. This gel helps to instantly relieve the user from anal discomforts and its symptoms such as itching, burning and sensitivity.


HemoClin Tube's concentrated formula guarantees a cooling effect for fast relief and a lubricating effect to comfort and make bowel movements easier.


HemoClin Gel is non-toxic and has no known side effects.


HemoClin is a medical device Class IIa. Read the leaflet before using the product.

Instructions for use

  • 1. For treatment of anal discomforts (irritation, itching, burning, sensitivity): Apply in and around the affected area using the gel at least twice per day or in ample quantity for a period of two weeks whenever relief is desired. More frequent application increases the effectiveness.
  • 2. For prevention of (internal and external) haemorrhoids and fissures: Apply in and around the anus before and after each bowel movement.Place a small amount of the HemoClin gel on the finger. Apply in and around the anal canal whenever relief is needed. Securely Close tube after use to keep the gel from drying out.
  • 3. Hemoclin® should not be used for longer than 30 continuous days in one treatment period.

Most frequent questions

The best way to ensure that the applicators of these products remain clean and hygienic is to wash them out with warm water after each use. You may want to use a little soap when cleaning the applicator or tube to ensure optimal cleanliness (but rinse thoroughly, since contact between the affected area and soap or other scented cleaning agents may cause further irritation). Do not using boiling water on the applicators as they may deform.

Haemorrhoids affect approximately 50 percent of the population and appear to be distributed evenly across both male and females. Your chances of getting haemorrhoids may increase with irregular bowel habits, constipation or diarrhea, genetics, little exercise, low fibre diet, pregnancy and delivery, obesity, age, sitting for long periods of time andanal intercourse.

You may have developed haemorrhoids (also known as ‘piles’), if you experience the following symptoms: blood in your stool or toilet bowl, blood on your toilet paper, incomplete and painful bowel movements, itching and/or irritation in or near the anus, a painful lump in or near your anus, or pain while sitting. We do suggest you consult your general practitioner if you are not sure whether your symptoms are caused by haemorrhoids. Bleeding and pain from your rectum could be symptoms of a more serious illness. Many people feel embarrassed when facing the problem and frequently seek medical care only when the case is advanced.