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Ocean Saline Nasal Spray– Irritated nasal passages can make you miserable--especially during allergy season or while you're suffering from a cold or the flu. Luckily, Ocean Saline Nasal Spray may be able to help you relieve some of your peskiest symptoms by moisturizing and soothing your dry upper respiratory system. This non-medicated product can be safely used multiple times throughout the day to provide continuous relief. It may be able to thin the amount of mucus causing congestion, potentially making it easier for you to breathe without discomfort, and may help reduce the frequency of nosebleeds related to dryness. This product is even considered gentle enough for use by every member of your family, from infants to adults.
Using Ocean Saline Nasal Spray
The benefits of Ocean Saline Nasal Spray can be enjoyed by children and adults alike. For spray application, simply hold the bottle upright and squeeze it twice into each nostril. Repeat as often as recommended by your doctor to help relieve discomfort. Infants can also use this product, but it should be applied by holding the bottle upside-down and dropping a small amount of solution into your baby's nostrils. The manufacturers warn that you should never share a dispenser among family members, as doing so may increase the risk of spreading infection.
About Ocean Saline Nasal Care
Founded in 1973, Ocean Saline Nasal Care (the manufacturer of Ocean Saline Nasal Spray) has been committed to helping customers fight congestion and upper respiratory irritation for more than 40 years. Whether your symptoms are the result of allergies, a cold, or the flu, Ocean's non-medicated products use the natural benefits of saline solution to help you breathe easier. In fact, Ocean Saline Nasal Spray has been voted the number-one pharmacist-recommended saline spray by Pharmacy Times for the last 14 years. This top-selling product has been featured by The Weather Channel, Everyday Health, and other major news sources.
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