Vicks Sinex Decongestant Capsules Reviews
Product Type: Vicks in Health Therapies / Treatments
Description:Brand: Vicks / Type: Coughs, Colds & Flu - Nasal Relief
Newest Review: ... didn't turn to this product with my recent problems, but I thought I would try the Vicks Sinex Decongestant Capsules instead. ... more
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Customer Vicks Sinex Decongestant Capsules Reviews (6)
by - written on 29/07/11 (Very useful, 142 readings)
I have used Vicks products for years, ever since I was a little girl, but I've generally stuck to the Vicks Vapour Rub and the Vicks Inhaler - which certainly have a place when dealing with a cold and a bunged up noise. However, I had never seen Vicks Sinex Decongestant Capsules before and I was keen to give them a go so that I could get the Vicks effect without walking around smelling of Vicks or walking around constantly smelling Vicks! A packet containing 16 of the decongestant capsules cost £3.99 from Boots which was enough for 16 doses and for the equivalent of four days treatment. Initially I thought that £3.99 was a decent price to pay - but on reflection of the .. Read the complete review
by - written on 13/03/11 (Very useful, 147 readings)
I sometimes suffer quite badly from sinus pain and blocked nasal passages at the slightest hint of a cold and until recently I have struggled to find what works for me so I have been around the block more than a few times trying different medications to try and control it. One of the most disappointing products that I have ever tried has to be Vicks sinex decongestant tablets as I had such high hopes that ooming from Vicks it would be a good product. Vick's is a brand that I know and trust and have done for years with the vaporub which I think has to be in my top ten favourite products and one that I use on regular basis along with their nasal spray. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/11/10 (Very useful, 181 readings)
==Sinex Decongestant Capsules== When I was feeling under the weather last week I decided to try and buy every product on the shelf that I thought may help me start to feel a little better. The trouble with me being ill is that not only do I get a cold but I suffer terribly with sinusitis. This is not easily solved and I try all sorts of decongestants and painkillers to release the pressure. I saw these Vick Sinex Decongestant Capsules in Poundland and seeing as they were a proper brand named product I thought I would give them a try. For £1 its hardly wasting a lot of money if they don't work. For £1 you get 10 capsules in a box ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/11/10 (Very useful, 106 readings)
I am a big fan of the original vicks vaporub and use it all the time so I was curious to try some other products in the range and see if they lived up to the rub. They are a bit of a mixed bag as far as I am concerned with some of them being much better than others. The worst one and the one that I am surprised vicks have put their name to is the sinex decongestant capsules which I frankly found to be useless. They cost me nearly £4 which was for a packet that contained 16 capsules which is a little more than some of the other decongestant tabelts available so I was hoping they were going to be good. The capsules come in two strips of 8 and are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/11/11 (Very useful, 157 readings)
I often have trouble with head colds and blocked nasal passages and. This time of year I always get a few colds and I end up with a stuffy nose and feel rundown due to it. This year I have had other symptoms which I feel are probably linked to my blocked nasal passages. I am unsure why it occurs, but when I lay down for bed I can hear a noise in my ear which I would say is like a tap running or the sound at the beach. I became frustrated with constantly suffering from something different and so thought I would nip it in the bud this year. I thought that by buying the 'best' products I could get on top of the problem, leading me to the purchase of Vicks Sinex Decongestant Read the complete review
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