Afrin No Drip Severe Congestion Nasal Decongestant Pump Mist (20 ml each, 2 pk.)
About this item
- Starts working in seconds
- Provides 12-hour relief
- Does not cause drowsiness
- Oxymetazoline HCl nasal solution-nasal decongestant
- #1 doctor & pharmacist recommended brand
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Get severe congestion relief in seconds with Afrin® No Drip Severe Congestion Nasal Decongestant Pump Mist. The maximum strength severe congestion medicine and soothing menthol in Afrin provides up to 12 hours of relief to get you through the day or night. The no-drip formula stays where you spray it and does not drip down your throat or from your nose. Afrin No Drip Severe Congestion Nasal Decongestant Pump Mist is the #1 doctor and pharmacist recommended brand.
Each of the two Afrin Pump Mist bottles in this package contains 20 milliliters of maximum strength decongestant spray and the soothing scent of menthol.
Get Maximum Relief
Afrin contains oxymetazoline hydrochloride to shrink nasal membranes and provide relief from congestion caused by the common cold, sinusitis, hay fever and allergies. The formula works for up to 12 hours and does not cause drowsiness. You can take it in the morning and be alert and congestion-free all day long.
How Do I Use Afrin No Drip Nasal Spray?
Shake the bottle well before each use. Hold the nozzle between your first and second fingers, and place the nozzle in your nostril. Press the nozzle rim down firmly two or three times and sniff deeply. Repeat in the other nostril, if needed. There is no need to tilt your head while spraying. The drip-free formula stays where you spray it. Be sure and wipe the nozzle clean after each use.
Is Afrin Safe to Use?
Afrin is safe when used as directed. Do not use Afrin No Drip more than twice in a 24-hour period or for longer than three days. Ask your doctor about using Afrin with other medicines.
The Afrin pump mist is safe for people ages 6 years and up, although children between the ages of 6 and 12 should always take Afrin with adult supervision. Ask your doctor about giving Afrin to children younger than 6.