Karvol Vaporiser Reviews
Description:Decongestants / For clear, easy breathing.
Newest Review: ... ones you can get, and this goes directly into a electric socket. The cartridge contains a mixture of different oils that help ... more
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Karvol Vaporiser 3 Refills
The Karvol Vaporiser promotes clear, easy breathing in a plug - i ...
Last Update 05.12.2013 07:40
Customer Karvol Vaporiser Reviews (7)
by - written on 21/04/13 (Very useful, 44 readings)
I remember moaning to a friend via text when my son was a baby about how my son was suffering with having a cold. Theres only so many things that you can give them to help them be more comfortable, but the worse thing for me is when they suffer from blocked noses, especially through the night as it doesnt help them to settile, and doesnt give them the best nights sleep. So she suggested this product. And off I went on a hunt in my local supermarket to buy, and was quite surprised how readily available it was. And to be honest, had no idea something like this existed! What is Karvol Vaporiser? Its a plug in devise that you place a small ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/12/11 (Very useful, 190 readings)
When my son developed his first proper cold at 6 months he was coughing so much at night that he was unable to get a good nights sleep. He was also beginning to get very bunged up, so we were keen to find something to help him. We came across a Karvol vaporiser in our local ASDA store, priced at £6.50. The vaporiser is a plug-in format and it came with three refill cartridges, which we thought seemed reasonable value, so we purchased it. The idea of the vaporiser is to plug it in in baby's room at night and it helps to promote clear breathing. The cartridges that are inserted into the vaporiser contain aromatic oils - pine, cinnamon and menthol which ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/03/11 (Very useful, 440 readings)
When my baby had a cold I was willing to try anything I could to help her out, with my previous daughter I had borrowed Boots own vaporiser so I went to Boots to try and purchase one. Unfortunately the Boots store nearest to my house is only quite small and when I arrived and scoured the shelves the only vaporiser I was able to find was the one by Karvol. I have never been too impressed by Karvol but as I needed something to help her breathe I bought the product setting me back around £5 which included 3 refills. Getting home I took my purchase to my daughters room to work out how to use it, the box wasn't sealed in any way so was easy to pull the lid out of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/11/10 (Very useful, 212 readings)
My son has been wonderfully disease-free throughout most of his first year. However, there has been the odd cold and, as any mother knows, this is where your world falls apart! Your baby is ill, it's a virus so antibiotics wont help, and the only things you can give to ease the discomfort are infant paracetamol or infant ibuprofen. You feel totally useless. So you hunt around for anything that might help, even a little bit. And karvol plug-ins have made it into our 'Whatever it takes' box. I bought mine in Boots for £6.39 and it comes with three refills. Each refill lasts a maximum of three nights so you are basically getting nine ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/11/09 (Very useful, 633 readings)
My baby girl is 11 months old and is currently full of cold she has been struggling to sleep the past few nights with having a blocked up nose and is therefore waking me up around 5 times a night! We have tried the rub on creams and the Karvol drops on a tissue but the problem with these is that they don't last a full night. So off I went to boots in search of something better and came across the plug in vaporisers, on the shelf there were two for me to choose from, Calpol and Karvol and I decided on the Karvol one because even though it was slightly more expensive and came with only 3 refills instead of the 5 Calpol came with it does say that the refills last 3 ... Read the complete review
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