Q. Why are Nasaleze products powder not liquid?
A. Nasaleze products are nasal sprays utilising barrier technology. The powder converts to a gel in the nose which provides a strong barrier. Liquid by its very nature is more mobile than gel and it can easily run out of the nose and/or down the back of the throat which is not pleasant. Give powder a go!
Q. Does Nasaleze work as a prevention?
A. Absolutely – Nasaleze should be taken as a preventative measure before going into an environment containing pollen or germs – prevention is better than cure!
Q. How often should I take Nasaleze?
A. The short answer is 2 to 3 times per day.
The longer answer is as required, allow us to explain;
Nasaleze does not contain any active pharmaceutical ingredients such as steroids or anti-histamines so there is not a restriction on how many times it can be taken in the same way as drugs. Avoidance of allergens of germ infested areas would greatly reduce our suffering but it is a too limiting way to live.
With some preparation Nasaleze can help us to enjoy our lives without suffering.
As mentioned above Nasaleze products should be taken as a preventative measure.
So, if you are allergic to grass pollen take Nasaleze Allergy before doing the gardening or going for a walk during the summer. Reapply again a few hours later to reinforce the barrier.
If you are on a long haul flight to Shanghai and people all around you are sneezing and coughing take Nasaleze Travel straightaway or prior to boarding to protect yourself.
Q. How should I store Nasaleze?
A. In a cool, dry place with the cap firmly replaced.
Q. How do I take Nasaleze?
Blow you nose to clear it.
1. Before every application, always shake the bottle.
2. Remove cap and shake the bottle side to side.
3. Place the nozzle of the bottle just inside one of your nostrils and squeeze with a similar pressure to your successful test spray, while gently inhaling.
4. Repeat step 4 on the other nostril.
5. Reapply each time you blow your nose.
If you find the bottle difficult to squeeze try using both hands, but do a test spray first to check for an appropriate squeeze to administer the 10 – 15 cm plume of powder.