Karvol Family Decongestant Drops Reviews
Description:These have a vapour action, and help relieve runny or blocked noses.
Newest Review: ... smell for very young babies, but it's safe to do so and I suppose if any of my kids had been struck down with such a ... more
Customer Karvol Family Decongestant Drops Reviews (13)
by - written on 01/04/13 (Very useful, 29 readings)
Introduction: I have been reviewing health items recently as I have just recovered from a pretty bad cold, I was using vapour rub on my chest most nights, but the issues with the rub was that the smell and stickiness hung around the next day. I saw this at a supermarket and thought they were worth a try. Price: I paid £2.10 for a 12 ml bottle of this. Its good value as it lasts a very long time, it comes in a small bottle which is easy to use, all you do is slightly shake and drop will come out. It is very strong smelling and you can smell it straight away. This is a very popular product and is available at most health stores and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/03/12 (Very useful, 191 readings)
Karvol is a product that can be used to ease congestion when you have a cold and help you to breathe more easily. We tend to use it at night time as this is the most irritating time to be blocked up and I find it difficult trying to get to sleep when I am all bunged up so do my children. Packaging It comes in a cardboard box and then you open this to find a small glass bottle. Remove the lid and at the top of the bottle you will find a pin size hole to let the product pass thorough for application. It has a lid that is easy to remove and re add so that it helps keep the product fresh How to use For babies over 3 months and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/12/11 (Very useful, 173 readings)
My four month old daughter recently had a bad cold and during the day and night we relied on some calpol to help ease her discomfort. However it was my sister who recommended we buy some Karvol to place near my daughter in her cot during the night to help her to breathe better. My sister having had her own children swore by it when hers had colds. So whilst doing my weekly supermarket shop I picked up a box of these Karvol decongestant drops which cost just over £2 for a 12 ml bottle. There is a range of Karvol products on the market, and I assumed this was the one that my sister had recommended since it was drops rather than capsules etc which are also ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/12/09 (Very useful, 119 readings)
My son is now on his third cold in 12 weeks (well he has only been out of me for 12 weeks!) and is finally old enough for me to be able to buy products that will ease his symptoms. Having taken care of his light cough with a baby linctus and his low grade fever with Calpol, his runny nose was next on my list to deal with. With my first I panicked every time I had to give her medicine but this time around, with a busy four year old to look after, a house to run and a husband who works long hours and is often abroad I am much more relaxed! With my daughter I relied on Olbas as a decongestant, but having come to the end of a bottle I opted for Karvol ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/05/02, updated on 13/05/02 (Very useful, 1654 readings)
Unless you have a job that involves standing in a hot shower all day (seems unlikely!), it can be difficult to unblock your nose/ sinuses/ lungs when you've got a bad cold. Karvol capsules are designed to help with this. There are two ways of using them. The first, and definitely most effective, is old shower cap and towel method. You boil a kettle, pour the contents into a bowl, add the contents of the capsule (or two, if you're feeling really bunged up), put a towel over your head and the bowl, place a large box of tissues by your side, and breathe. Deeply. Or as deeply as you can, anyway. Then come out for air, and a quick nose blow/ splutter. ... Read the complete review
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