Olbas Vaporiser Reviews
Product Type: Olbas medicinal products
Description:Brand: Olbas / Type: Decongestants - Vaporiser
Newest Review: ... a cardboard box which is bright orange and green and very obvious that it is an Olbas product. The vaporiser is a small ... more
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Lounge or kitchen. Study or bedroom. Blocked noses dont care whic ...
Last Update 20.12.2013 10:42
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Customer Olbas Vaporiser Reviews (8)
by - written on 20/04/11 (Very useful, 86 readings)
I LOVE the smell of Olbas. I'm aware that's probably very strange. I think it might have something to do with how comforting and effective I find it. Olbas uses a blend of eucalyptus, mint and other fragrant oils which work as a decongestant, but also work as a muscle relaxant in other products they produce, such as oils and rubs. The Olbas diffuser fills the room with vapours really quickly, although it normally takes a good while for you to notice them when you're all bunged up. The advantage for other, less infected people is, although it is strong and somewhat pungent, the smell isn't overpowering or offensive. I think it quite fresh and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/04/11 (Very useful, 146 readings)
Olbas Oil is something that I've grown up using - my whole family turn to it when they have stuffy noses, as a few drops of the pungent oil onto a hankie helps to clear the nasal passages all day long. But at night, when you don't want to put drops of it onto your pillow (lest you get it in your eyes, which as we all know is VERY painful, or rub it all over your face and hair and smell of it all day), there is the Olbas Vaporiser. It's a bit cheaper online (around £5) but I purchased mine in an independent pharmacy for £6.99. It uses replacable pads which last for 16 hours use, and the unit comes with three pads. You can buy a set of 5 pads for £3.50. I would ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/04/11, updated on 20/05/12 (Very useful, 337 readings)
I've used Olbas Oil for years for myself and for my children when they had blocked noses and I used to put a little Olbas Oil in hot water in their rooms to help them breath easily, now that Olbas Oil have brought out a portable vapouriser this is even better to use than the hot water method. This wil cost you £6.12 and you get three refills free but then the refills after you have used the ones you get will cost you £3.56 but this is good value as it lasts for a quite a while as it's something you don't have to have on all the time. I use it at night in my bedroom to freshen it up and to help me breath easily and relax. It takes two AAA bateries which ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/04/11 (Very useful, 58 readings)
Through my own previous use, I have found Olbas, in it's various forms from sticks to oils to be very effective, but for some reason my kids are not so keen on putting the sticks up their noses when they are bunged up and congested. When my son had a bit of a head cold a few months ago, I bought one of the Olbas Vaporisers from my local chemists, with the idea being that he could become 'unblocked' as he slept. I paid £5 for the vaporising unit and 3 refills which came with it, which I think is a decent price, particularly given the results I got. I also noted that they sold the refills seperately for £3 for 5 of them, so I think that's great also, as you can ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/03/11 (Very useful, 64 readings)
The chances are that you have all heard (and probably used) an Olbas Decongestant Stick. The Olbas Vaporiser is another method for a congested chest and there are pro's and con's of this product over the decongestant stick I have used for many years. The Vaporiser Unit costs around £5 and is available from the larger chemists and is available online. The unit comes complete with 3 refills and these can be also bought seperately for around £3 for 5 refills. This is handy as it means I don't have to keep buying a new unit when the supplied refills run out, and I always check the refill prices for these sorts of products before I purchase the unit. The first ... Read the complete review
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