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Sinuforce Nasal Spray – A.Vogel

I was given the opportunity during my recent cold to try out the Sinuforce nasal spray.

Like most mums even when the dreaded cold comes calling we keep going regardless of the shocking symptoms we are left to endure! Over the last 11 years of being a parent i have tried just about everything with regards to cold remedies just to get through the day. Most remedies i have tried especially the stronger medications have contained paracetamol, which i have to be careful with as i take some prescribed painkillers for my ongoing Pubis Symphysis Dysfunction. So being given the chance to try something herbal is great!

Product Information:

Sinuforce for the relief of nasal catarrh, nasal congestion and a runny nose.

A. Vogel Sinuforce Nasal Spray with menthol provides rapid relief from a blocked or congested nose. It reduces swelling of the nasal mucous membranes, but leaves the natural protective function intact.

Benefits and features of A.Vogel Sinuforce Nasal Spray:

  • Relief of nasal catarrh
  • Relief of nasal congestion
  • Relief of a runny nose
  • Can be used for longer periods of time

The 100% natural ingredients soothe your nasal mucous membranes.

Sinuforce Nasal Spray with menthol also contains peppermint oil and eucalyptus oil to ease breathing, and chamomile oil which has a soothing effect on your nose.

If required, the nasal spray can be used over a prolonged period of up to 30 days.

So after suffering for a while and my nose being blocked for days (although that’s better the the continued running!) this item arrived for me to try. At first glance  it looks very similar to most nasal sprays, although i am not a fan of nasal sprays  i was more than prepared to give it a go!

I read the instructions and firstly gave this bottle of (miracle) nasal spray a shake then one quick blast in each nostril. In the past with other nasal sprays i have had the trickling water feeling when first used but i haven’t seemed to get this with Sinuforce Nasal Spray  (although i am only using one spray each nostril). It over the following few minutes after application has made my nose smell of menthol but it has seemed to clear my nose so for now all good!

I have used this product now for the last 4 days and i am almost cold free (yay, que the victory dance) I have found this product very easy to use, and not at all as awkward as some can be to use and the menthol in there seems to help no end! I am really loving the ‘Herbalness’ of Sinuforce Nasal Spray due to the fact anyone that takes prescribed medications doesn’t have to worry about overdosing! so the next time your struck down with the dreaded cold why not give it a go!!

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2 responses to “Sinuforce Nasal Spray – A.Vogel

  1. Great review Jaime, I only use natural remedies so this was a great one for me x

    • Jaime Oliver says:

      thanks honey, i really loved this stuff!! i do struggle with the prescribed med i take with what i can take when i have a cold or flu so this is the way forward for me! xx

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