Sterimar Congestion Relief helps to limit cold symptoms.
Features and Benefits
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Sterimar Congestion Relief 100ML Bottle – 100% Natural Purified Sea Water
Sterimar Congestions Relief helps to limit cold symptoms
When to Use
Congestions relief is a medical device and is recommended for children from 3 years an up and adults in the event of colds, acute or chronic sinusitis to help:
We offer a kids friendly version of the Congestion Relief Kids here.
STÉRIMARTM Congestion Relief is a hypertonic* solution made from 100% natural sea water, enriched with added copper and magnesium salts to help prevent flu contamination**, wash away even thick mucus and rapidly decongest the nose in case of colds and sinusitis.
STÉRIMARTM Congestion Relief helps to fight colds, sinusitis and limit the risks of secondary infection by washing out nasal cavities with no known side effects from chemicals like steroids or preservatives that some medications may have.
* Hypertonic solution: solution with a higher salt concentration than cells in the human body for a natural decongestant effect, called the osmotic effect.333
** If exposed to flu airbornes
By cleaning and clearing the nasal passages, STÉRIMARTM Congestion Relief helps to rebalance nasal primary functions – removing congestants that block the nose and not allowing it to work properly.
This makes it suitable for all the family including babies from 3 years, pregnant and breastfeeding women – and means it can be used as long as required, 2 to 6 times a day or as directed by your doctor.
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