You should not use teething gels at all. Your child will be teething on and off many times for the next few years. There is absolutely no need for them and they don't help. Try carrots or ice rings. That's it. Even if you absolutely know it's teething pain don't use pain killers on your children. Give them cuddles and talk to them. They may not stop crying the pain may not go away, but knowing you are there for them. Eventually the teeth will come through and the pain will go. There might be different opinions, but I don't use any pain killers on my children. I've done a few jobs for panadol. I'm not saying they are a bad company, but pain killers do have side effects and the company wants to make money (I'm not saying that's bad, but it needs to be put in perspective). Sometimes you've got to listen to the pain and get through it as best you can without drugs.