Unlike medicines that help relieve bothersome cold symptoms, First defence nasal spray works at the first signs of a cold by targeting the viruses to help stop the cold in its tracks before the symptoms get worse.
How does it work?
When used at the first signs of a cold, First Defence nasal spray acts at the back of the nose directly where the cold virus takes hold and starts to develop(that's why it's a nasal spray). It traps, inactivates and helps your body naturally remove the cold virus, before it develops into a full blown cold.- Helps to stop your cold in its tracks!
- Helps to trap, inactivate and remove cold viruses
- You can use it at 1st signs of a cold (eg: sore throat, blocked nose, sneezing) to help reduce the risk of developing a full blown cold or you can even start using it when exposed to cold viruses Incline the nozzle and avoid inhaling deeply after spraying in the nose, do not tilt your head. Apply 2-3 sprays per nostril on each usage; use up to 4 times a day.
Suitable for adults and children over 12 years of age.
How to use:
Please read the enclosed leaflet carefully before use.
How and when to use it?:
Apply 2-3 sprays per nostril immediately within the 24-36 hours after feeling the 1st signs of a cold such as a tickle at the back of your throat, or sneezing. Use up to 4 times a day. Avoid inhaling deeply.
For best results continue to use for 2 days after symptoms subside.
Not suitable for children under 12
Hazards and Cautions:
What to expect?
When using First Defence Nasal spray, you may experience incresed nasal discharge (runny nose) or temporary stinging. These are normal signs that the product is working. They are not harmful to your health and will not last for long.
Please read enclosed leaflet carefully for complete product information.
Use only as directed.
Nasal spray for nasal irrigation.
Storage:- Store upright.
- Do not store above 25c.
- Keep out of direct sunlight
- Keep out of reach of children.