Ultra Chloraseptic Blackcurrant Throat Spray 15ml
- Active Ingredient: Benzocaine
- Numbs Pain Fast
- Contains 100 Sprays
Ultra Chloraseptic Anaesthetic Throat Spray Blackcurrant relieves pain in the throat. The active ingredient is benzocaine. Benzocaine acts as a local anaesthetic that numbs the throat. Consequently swallowing is made easier.
Blackcurrant Throat Spray
For fast relief from a sore throat, try our Blackcurrant flavour anaesthetic throat spray. A convenient choice if you’ve been suffering from a cold, flu or throat infection and are struggling with a sore scratchy throat – if you are looking for a soothing sore throat remedy that works in seconds, this is it.
Ultra Chloraseptic throat sprays come in a variety of flavours, including Blackcurrant, and our entire range effectively soothes sore throats. If a sore throat is ruining your day or keeping you up at night, our Blackcurrant spray is a great treatment. It’s easy to use and handy to store – each bottle is pocket-sized and contains over 100 sprays. Crucially, it acts fast and delivers targeted relief to the site of pain, which is helpful when you’re suffering with a sore throat.
While waiting for the body’s immune system to fight off a bug, you and your family can use Ultra Chloraseptic to keep sore throat pain at bay. Spray into the back of the throat three times for adults and teens, and just once for children aged 6-12. In a matter of seconds you can experience a localised numbing sensation that soothes your sore throat. Use your spray for up to a maximum of three consecutive days. If you’re still experiencing throat pain after this time, see your doctor or pharmacist for advice. This is caused by the active ingredient in Ultra Chloraseptic, a local anaesthetic called benzocaine. The spray action is able to target the exact spot where it hurts, rather than numbing your whole mouth. Ultra Chloraseptic acts quickly, so you can target pain and get right back to your day.
Before using your throat spray, take a moment to carefully read the instructions provided in the pack. They’ll give you all the information you need to use your spray correctly and achieve the most effective results. Avoid spraying the product anywhere but in the back of the throat, as directed. If you accidentally spray in or near the eyes, rise with water immediately.
Ultra Chloraseptic is not suitable for use for:
- Children under the age of six
- Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding
- People with breathing difficulties or who have severe difficulty swallowing
- Anyone with an allergy to benzocaine or similar local anaesthetics
- People with the rare blood condition known as methemoglobinemia.
Like with many types of medication, there is a chance of side effects. Difficulty breathing and skin reactions can occur as a result of using this spray, though it is rare. If you do notice a side effect, stop using and speak to a doctor or Chemist