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Puressentiel Respiratory Hypertonic Nasal Spray 15ml

SKU : CHN3878907|PIP-Code : 3878907
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Puressentiel Respiratory Hypertonic Nasal Spray is a decongestant for colds, rhinitis, sinusitis and rhinopharyngitis.
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Puressentiel Respiratory Hypertonic Nasal Spray

Puressentiel Respiratory Hypertonic Nasal Spray is a decongestant for colds, rhinitis, sinusitis and rhinopharyngitis. The natural formula helps to unclog the nose so you can breathe easier, soothes irritated nasal mucous membranes and moistens and cleanses blocked nasal cavities.

Puressentiel Respiratory Hypertonic Nasal Spray contains active ingredients of 100% natural origin including propolis, echinacea, essential oils and sea water.

Puressentiel Respiratory Hypertonic Nasal Spray
is a non-irritating formula that does not contain preservatives, synthetic perfumes or dyes.
Shake well before each use.
  • Adults: 2 sprays per nostril, maximum 5 times per day.
  • Children under 3 years: 1 spray per nostril, maximum 5 times per day.
Use within 2 weeks after opening.
Formula of 100% natural origin: Combination of hypertonic sea water and organic rosemary floral water with essential oils ravintsara, geranium, eucalyptus radiata and niaouli. Also contains propolis and echinacea extracts.
  • Keep out of reach of children.
  • Not recommended for children less than 3 years old, pregnant or breastfeeding women, or People allergic to one of the ingredients (echinacea, propolis, rosemary floral water, essential oils of ravintsara, geranium, eucalyptus radiata, niaouli, and sea water) or to the following allergens (limonene, citronellol, geraniol, linalool, citral). If in doubt, carry out a patch test beforehand.
  • If symptoms persist, consult your doctor.
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