Vicks Sinex Nasal Spray Reviews
Description:Manufacturer: Vicks / Nasal spray for the relief of nasal congestion. / Fine mist for sinex relief.
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Customer Vicks Sinex Nasal Spray Reviews (43)
by - written on 16/02/08 (Very useful, 303 readings)
Vicks Sinex Decongestant Nasal Spray is a spray which you squirt up your nostrils to give "relief from a blocked nose". The spray is recommended as suitable for anyone aged over 6 years, although I wouldn't be too happy giving it to a child to use - it's the kind of thing a child might squirt up their nose every five minutes if they could and I don't think that would be very healthy! I've used the spray quite a lot of times and would recommend it, albeit with reservations. The spray costs about £2.50 per 20ml bottle - the bottle doesn't state how many applications there are per bottle, but one bottle has seen me through several colds so I'd reckon ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/02/08 (Very useful, 757 readings)
Its never nice when you are all stuffed up, nose is blocked and struggling to breathe, especially at bed time when all you want to do is go asleep and all you can think of is I can't breathe. There is nothing worse than that. Vicks Sinex Spray has been out for years and the packaging has somewhat changed since that displayed in the picture above. That lloks like it was back in the day and I can never remember it being like that ever. Vicks Sinex Spray give you the ability to breathe by giving fast relief to the nasal passages. It is decongestant that relieves pressure and shrinks swollen nasal passages so you can breathe more easily and basically ... Read the complete review
by SC - written on 18/01/08
I think Vicks sinex is great stuff, so great in fact that I have been using it for over 20 years . Not only is this stuff increadibly bad for your health ( nose bleeds, liver damage ) to name but a few , but at nearly £4.00 a go, getting through at least 2 -3 a month, well you do the math. I just need to let people know how addictive this stuff can be. There is no addictive chemical added as far as I know, but the wonderfuly open and breath easy feeling you get is the addiction, . As the effect wears off you find yourself using it far more often than you would like, from every 8 hours to every 6 then 4, and hey presto the drug companies have got you again. If you think . Read the complete review
by - written on 08/12/03, updated on 01/04/10 (Very useful, 321 readings)
Its that time of year again.....cosy nights in front of the fire....pretty fairy lights twinkling away....images of good old Santa wherever you turn....thoughts of family, exchanging gifts and wonderful festive food. But don't be fooled by the pleasant facade because behind it all lurks the enemy - the dreaded cold! Every year, I am guaranteed to get a cold at some point around December when germs are rife. Its usually just as I am wanting to get my Christmas shopping done which is a nightmare at the best of times, never mind when you can hardly breathe, your head is banging and your nose is dripping like a tap! You know what its like, I'm sure. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/01/03, updated on 11/01/03 (Very useful, 830 readings)
I read an opinion the other day about Sinex, the nasal spray, and it got me thinking. This is a product that I would never be without, as I just can't stand a blocked nose. If I have a cold this is the first thing I reach for. But hang on a minute - 'if I have a cold'? Actually no, that isn't quite correct. I have got into the habit of using this whenever I get even a slightly blocked nose. So, at night when I'm watching TV and the warm room prompts a bit of a blockage, out comes the Sinex. First thing in the morning if my nose isn't cleared with the first blow, out comes the Sinex. You get the picture? Which brings me to why ... Read the complete review
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