Sudafed Plus Blocked Nose Nasal Spray – 10ml


  • Unblocks your nose fast to ease breathing
  • Soothes and helps protect your irritated nasal lining
  • Contains Xylometazoline & Dexpanthenol

Sudafed Plus Blocked Nose Nasal Spray is specifically formulated to have a triple effect that unblocks, soothes, and helps protect a blocked and irritated nose caused by sinusitis, colds, and allergies.

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  • Sudafed Plus Blocked Nose Nasal Spray

    Sudafed Plus Blocked Nose Nasal Spray solution is a medicine which is used to help clear the blocked up feeling in your nose and sinuses, and helps relieve congestion caused by sinusitis, colds and allergies (such as hay fever). The spray contains:
    • Xylometazoline hydrochloride, which is a topical decongestant that relieves nasal and sinus congestion, and
    • Dexpanthenol which is a derivative of the vitamin pantothenic acid, which promotes healing and protects the mucous membrane (lining) of the nose.

    How to use Sudafed Plus

    Always use this medicine exactly as described in the patient information leaflet or as your doctor or pharmacist has told you. Check with your doctor or pharmacist if you are not sure. The recommended dose for adults and children 12 years and over is one spray into each nostril up to 3 times a day as necessary. The maximum daily dose is 3 doses in 24 hours. Do not give to children under 12 years of age. Do not use more than the stated dose. Do not use this medicine for more than 7 days. If you do not feel better after 7 days of treatment, talk to a doctor. After first opening, use Sudafed Plus within 3 months. If the bottle gets dropped with the cap off, check that the spray still squirts straight upwards when the bottle is held upright. If not, throw it away. If the spray is still working correctly, clean the nozzle thoroughly with an antiseptic wipe.

    Method of administration

    Sudafed Plus Blocked Nose Nasal Spray is intended for use in the nose. Follow the instructions and the pictures located in the patient information leaflet to ensure that you use Sudafed Plus correctly: First remove the protective cap from the sprayer. Before the first use, press the spray head 5 times away from the face, until a fine spray appears. If the spray has not been used for a long time the head should be pressed twice before use, away from the face. Insert the sprayer tip as upright as possible into one nostril and press the spray head once. Gently inhale through the nose while spraying. If necessary, repeat this for the other nostril (up to 3 times a day as needed). After each use, wipe the sprayer tip with a paper tissue and place the protective cap back on the bottle. Do not share. For hygiene reasons and to avoid infections, each spray bottle should only be used by one person.