Fess Nasal Spray 30ml
Everyday the nose accumulates mucus and collects particles as we breathe. But the hair inside the nose, called cilia helps sweep the mucus and particles away. But during winter, the nose can become clogged and it becomes hard for the cilia to move the mucus away. This causes the mucus to get thicker, clogging the nasal passages making it hard for us to breathe. By using a non-medicated saline solution such as Fess Nasal Spray, we then help the cilia move and flush away excess mucus and the accumulated dirt. Therefore, making breathing easier.
- Helps wash away excess mucus.
- Assists in relieving congestion due to colds and allergies
- Supports nasal health
- Assists in neutralising acidity in the sinus cavity during sinusitis
- Helps keep nasal passages moist
- During post-operative care, Fess Saline Spray helps soften dried blood which can irritate sinus passages and block drainage.
- Safe to use everyday to clean the nose
What are the active ingredients?
Sodium Chloride 7.04 mg/ml
How does the main ingredient work?
It works by thinning the mucus blocking nasal passageways so that it is easier to move and less sticky. This then aids your breathing process and moistens your dry nasal passages. It also clears out pollens, allergens and germs washing away allergens and mucus to stimulate the noses natural defense system.
Adults: 2-6 sprays per nostril
Children: 2-3 sprays per nostril or use Childrens FESS
Babies: Use FESS Little Noses
Are there any warnings or precautions?
Store below 30 degrees Celsius. Do not use after expiry on pack. Do not use if pack shows signs of tampering. The bottle should only be used by one person. Sharing the dispenser may spread infection. If congestion persists please consult your doctor.
FESS can be used in conjunction with medicated nasal sprays such as steroids, antihistamines and decongestants. Use FESS prior to using an antihistamine or nasal steroid to allow better penetration of the medication, and after using a decongestant to moisturise and clear the nasal passages.