Happinose Nasal Decongestant Balm 14g

£3.63

  • Soothing Nasal Congestion Relief
  • Active Ingredients: Levomenthol
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Happinose is a soothing balm for application in and around the nose to relieve congestion (blocked nose) associated with the common cold, catarrh, head colds and hay fever.

 

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Happinose Nasal Decongestant Balm

Happinose Nasal Decongestant Balm is a soothing balm for application in and around the nose to relieve congestion (blocked nose) associated with the common cold, catarrh, head colds and hay fever.

The balm can also be massaged onto the lips, throat, chest and between the shoulders. Thanks to the active ingredient Levomenthol, Happinose Nasal Decongestant Balm relieves a blocked or stuffy nose due to mucus congestion.

You may be experiencing a blocked nose due to a number of different factors. These include:

  • A common cold
  • Catarrh
  • Head colds
  • Hay fever
  • Other types of allergies

NHS website – Non allergic rhinitis overview

Happinose Balm

Happinose Balm when inhaled, the Levomenthol produces a cooling sensation in the nasal passages, helping relieve symptoms of congestion. The lubricating ointment base also helps to soothe irritated skin around the nose.

Levomenthol can also be used for treatment and control of other symptoms such as minor irritation, sore throat, sore mouth and pain. Happinose Balm is specifically intended for nasal congestion relief.

Happinose Nasal Balm

Do not use Happinose Nasal Balm if you are allergic to levomenthol or any of the other ingredients listed in the patient information leaflet.

Happinose Nasal Balm should not be used by children under the age of 5 years old.

Take special care when using Happinose Nasal Balm:

  • Keep the product away from the eyes.
  • Wash your hands after use.

If you’re using other medications alongside Happinose Decongestant Balm, it’s currently not known to affect, or to be affected by, any other medicines.

Using this medication during pregnancy or breastfeeding is fine. The ingredients have been in widespread use and other similar preparations for multiple years. However, no safety trials have been conducted.

Happinose Decongestant Balm

In order to use Happinose Decongestant Balm correctly please refer to the patient information leaflet or follow the guide below.

Use it only in and around the nose, on the lips, chest and between the shoulders.

Before you use Happinose Decongestant Balm for the first time, open it as follows:

Unscrew the cap, turn it upside down and use the sharp point in the top of the cap to pierce the tube membrane.

For adults:

  • Blow the nose.
  • Using the little finger, carefully apply up to 1 cm of Happinose Decongestant Balm in and around each nostril, and then inhale through the nose.
  • You may gently massage the ointment onto the lips, throat, chest and between the shoulders.
  • Re-apply every 4 hours or as required.
  • Wash your hands after use.
  • If symptoms continue to persist or last longer than 10 to 14 days, tell your doctor or pharmacist.

For children, 10 years and over:

  • Follow the above instructions for adults, but using up to half cm of ointment in and around each nostril.

Children, between 5 to 9 years:

  • Follow the above instructions for adults, but using up to a quarter cm of ointment in and around each nostril.

If any of the Happinose Decongestant Balm gets into the eyes, it may cause irritation. If this happens, rinse the eyes with plenty of water. If rinsing one eye, take care to avoid washing product into the other eye. If irritation persists, tell your doctor or pharmacist.

If you ever forget to use Happinose Decongestant Balm, just carry on using it when you remember.

Happinose Cream

Like with all medications, Happinose Cream can cause side effects although not everybody will experience them.

In some rare cases, Happinose Cream may cause irritant or allergic skin reactions (involving itching, swelling and redness) on extremely sensitive skin.

  • Stop using this product if it feels uncomfortable.
  • Stop using this product and tell your doctor or pharmacist if any side effect gets serious, or if you notice any other side effect that is not listed in the patient information leaflet.

Happinose Ointment

Each tube of Happinose Ointment contains the same amount of ingredients. Each tube contains the following ingredients:

Active Ingredient: Levomenthol (0.3%).

Other Ingredients: cineole (eucalyptol), geranium oil, white soft paraffin, light liquid paraffin.

Happinose Ointment is a translucent ointment and is available in aluminium tubes containing 14 g and fitted with screw caps.

Happinose For Babies

Happinose for babies shouldn’t be used by any children under the age of 5 years old. If your baby is struggling with nasal congestion speak to your doctor.

Symptoms that may display if your baby is experiencing congestion include:

  • Thick nasal mucus
  • Discoloured nasal mucus
  • Snoring or noisy breathing while asleep
  • Sniffling
  • Coughing
  • Trouble eating, as nasal congestion makes it difficult to breathe

Do not try to treat these symptoms without first consulting your doctor. Happinose for babies should not be used.

Happinose And Vicks

Happinose and Vicks are both considered decongestants. Either of these products will be able to provide adequate congestion relief.

If you’re struggling deciding between Happinose and Vicks speak to your pharmacist. Both products have similar ingredients, including Levomenthol.

Click here to view our full range of different Happinose and Vicks products.

Happinose Directions

Happinose Directions are listed in the patient information leaflet. Happinose Directions are split into three categories; Adults, Children 10 years and over, Children between 5 to 9 years old.

Each of these Happinose directions are for the listed age ranges. Do not use other age range treatment directions as this could result in symptoms persisting for longer.

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Any online pharmacy should be registered with the General Pharmaceutical Council and any online doctor service should registered with the Care Quality Commission and General Medical Council.

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Side Effects

Like all medicines, Happinose can cause side effects although not everybody gets them.

In some rare cases, irritant or allergic skin reactions (involving itching, swelling and redness) may occur on extremely sensitive skin.

Stop using this product if it feels uncomfortable.
Stop using this product and tell your doctor or pharmacist if any side effect gets serious, or if you notice any other side effect not mentioned in this leaflet.

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