Rhinaris Nasal Mist helps moisturize nasal passages for long-lasting relief from dry nose. Noses are exposed to low humidity in all sorts of places – homes, office buildings, hotels and airplanes. This convenient mist immediately helps moisturize and lubricate dry nasal passages and provide long-lasting relief wherever and whenever you need it.
Mixture of polyethylene glycol 15% and propylene glycol 5% in a solution adjusted to pH 6.0.
Purified Water, Sodium Chloride, Potassium Chloride, Potassium Phosphate Monobasic, Benzalkonium Chloride, Dibasic Sodium Phosphate Anhydrous.
For nasal use only. keep out of reach of children.
Adults and Children over 2 years: 1 or 2 sprays into each nostril every 4 hours or as needed.
1. Blow nose gently prior to administration of Rhinaris® Nasal Mist.
2. Tilt head slightly forward and gently insert nozzle into nostril. Close other nostril by pressing with a finger.
3. Point nozzle towards back of nose and while holding onto the nozzle edge press bottom of bottle firmly and quickly.
4. Remove nozzle from nostril and roll head backwards to allow the solution to spread over back of nose.
5. Repeat steps 2 to 4 for other nostril.
6. Replace protective cap
Tips to help relieve nasal congestion:
1. Humidify you living environment
Dry air can aggravate a stuffy nose. You can humidify your environment by using a vaporizer or humidifier, which add moisture to the air. Vaporizers work by boiling water and releasing steam, whereas humidifiers produce a cool mist. Vaporizers should be used with care: Keep them in a safe spot to avoid accidentally knocking them over and spilling hot water. Other easy ways of humidifying your home include air-drying your laundry and leaving the bathroom door open after you take a hot shower or bath.
2. Add moisture to your nose with saline solutions
Saline (saltwater) sprays or nose drops can help relieve congestion by moisturizing the mucus membranes in your nose and allowing mucus to drain more easily.
3. Stay hydrated
Drink plenty of water and other fluids to stay properly hydrated throughout the day. This will help thin the mucus in your sinuses and nasal passages and allow it to drain more easily.
4. Use warm compresses
A warm compress can help loosen mucus to make it easier to drain. Soak a towel or thick cloth in warm water then wring it out as much as possible. Lie down and place the cloth over the top part of your face, allowing the warmth to penetrate.
5. Sleep with your head higher than your body
Sleeping with your head higher can help drain your sinuses and nasal passages while you sleep.