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Drixine Nasal Spray: The Faster Way to Relieve Clogged Nose

Posted Jan 09 2011 7:45pm
I was not feeling well last week.. A not so good case of colds and runny nose. I have to finish my online job and it was almost midnight when I set for bed. I woke around 1 Am feeling really bad. Clogged nose... argh!! I spent an hour toss and turning.. and then I remembered the package sent to me: Drixine Nasal Spray: The Faster Way to Relieve Clogged Nose
I hurried down stairs and read the instruction carefully. And then sprayed some on my Nostrils. I was a bit surprised by the cold liquid on my nose but hey, I was relieved! IN as fast as 3, 2, 1. Indeed Drixine Nasal Spray is the Faster Way to Relieve Clogged Nose

Drixine Nasal Spray is a nasal decongestant that provides fast relief from clogged nose associated with colds, sinusitis, hay fever and other respiratory allergies in as little as five minutes.
It contains 0.05% Oxymetazoline, a direct acting ingredient proven to immediately decrease the inflammation and swelling of the nasal passage allowing air to pass through more freely.

Clinical studies have proven that Drixine works faster than an oral decongestant*. Oxymetazoline is proven to reduce nasal stuffiness in as quickly as 5 minutes compared to an oral decongestant* that may take up to 60 minutes to take effect.

One application of Drixine provides up to 12 hour relief from nasal congestion whereas oral decongestants need to be taken 4 times a day.

For immediate relief from clogged nose, simply spray Drixine two to three times into each clogged nostril, morning and evening. It is strongly advised not to exceed the recommended dosage and to stop using Drixine beyond three days.

Drixine Nasal Spray is formulated for adults and children six years and above.

Drixine is (the local trademark for) Afrin, the global brand leader in nasal spray decongestant from MSD.

*Oral Pseudoephedrine 60mg

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