ARIYA PURITY SALINE NASAL SPRAY 30ML

Stock Code:
APNAS30
RRP
$9.90 (in GST)
Stock Level:
In Stock

Description

Ariya Purity Nasal Spray is a non-medicated saline nasal spray for the relief of nasal congestion due to sinusitis, hay fever, colds, inflammation and cleansing of the sinuses.
Ariya Purity Nasal Spray clears excess nasal mucus, keeps nasal passages moist and washes away unwanted grime and allergens.

We suggest using Ariya Purity Nasal Spray prior to medicated nasal sprays.

Suitable for use during pregnancy and while breastfeeding.

Dosage Recommendation
A natural way to help relieve blocked noses.

How to use
KEEP HEAD UPRIGHT, place the nozzle at the entrance of each nostril.
Depress the spray pump. Apply 1 to 3 sprays per nostril.
Gently wipe mucus or blow to gently clear loosened mucus without the harshness of tissues.

 

 

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