FESS Saline Spray Original Nasal Spray is a non-medicated saline nasal spray for the relief of nasal congestion due to sinusitis, hayfever and colds.
How does it work?
Fess helps relieve nasal and sinus congestion due to allergies, hayfever, colds and flu.
The non-medicated saline solution keeps your nasal passages moist and washes away allergens such as dust and pollen.
Use with medicated nasal sprays.
Use Fess before your medicated nasal spray to help clear excess mucus and aid penetration of the medicine.
Maintaining Nasal Health.
Your nose has a self-clearing system that can remove allergens, dust, pollen, and other pollutants from your nasal passage.
When there is excess mucus and congestion this self-clearing system may not function at its best. Using Fess daily can help restore and optimise this self-clearing system.
When to use?
Fess is non-medicated and can be used as often as needed. It is suitable for use during pregnancy and while breastfeeding.
Colds and Flu.
Fess helps thin and clears excess mucus to help clear blocked noses.
Fess helps wash away dust, pollen and other allergens that can cause hayfever.
Sinusitis and Rhinitis.
Fess relieves congestion, promotes nasal health and helps neutralise acidity in the sinus cavity during sinusitis.
Use Fess after nasal surgery to soften dried blood which can irritate the sinus passages and block drainage.
Make a Sensitive Choice.
The Fess range of products is approved by the Sensitive Choice program of the National Asthma Council Australia and the Asthma Foundation New Zealand.
Active: Sodium Chloride 9 mg/mL
Contains: Preservative: Benzalkonium Chloride.
For sinusitis, hayfever & Colds.
Washes away dust & allergens.
Helps clear blocked noses.
Breathe Easier Naturally.
Suitable For: Adults and children over 12 years
Product Claims: FESS Saline Spray Original Nasal Spray thins and clears excess nasal mucus, keeps nasal passages moist and washes away dust and allergens.
Boxed Contents: 30ml
Incorrect use could be harmful. Follow the directions for use. If symptoms persist, talk to your healthcare professional.