ADVERTORIAL - With the frosty air of winter upon us, it can sometimes feel like there are an endless number of colds going around. Roughly 200 different viruses can cause a cold. On average, adults suffer from two to four colds each year.
Having a runny and blocked nose are the two most common nasal symptoms of a cold, and they can also be the most inconvenient. We all know talking to friends and colleagues at work or social functions can get awkward when your nose resembles a leaky tap.
This is why Otrivin Plus has created a brand new, unique, dual-action formula which works two ways to help control a nasal cold, fast. One ingredient works to stop your nose running and the second ingredient unblocks the nose.
Currently, no other nasal spray is available with this unique formulation.
Otrivin Plus is an advanced nasal spray that delivers two way relief from nasal cold symptoms. Until now, your only choice of nasal sprays was to buy a single active type for your cold. But thanks to significant product innovation, Otrivin Plus has a double-targeted action because its unique formula treats both symptoms simultaneously. Otrivin Plus contains two medicines in the one formula and each has a different action; one unblocks the nose, the other stops a runny nose.
With Otrivin Plus, because you’re directly targeting the site of your nasal cold symptoms, you get fast relief - so you can breathe easy, knowing you can get back to all those things you love to do, without that blocked up feeling or snuffling your way through the day.
With Otrivin Plus, you can breathe easy this winter.
Otrivin Plus Nasal Spray:
A brand new unique formulation used for relief of a blocked and runny nose.
- Xylometazoline hydrochloride 0.5mg/mL
- Ipratropium bromide 0.6mg/mL
Who can use it?
- Adults 18 years and over
- One spray per nostril every six hours as needed.
- Do not use more than three times per day.
Use only as directed. If symptoms persist see your healthcare professional. If congestion persists for more than three days, see your doctor or pharmacist.