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Buy Rhinaris Gel Online

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BRAND LISTING - Rhinaris Gel (Polyethylene Glycol/ Propylene Glycol)
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Rhinaris Gel

Various factors can lead to dry nasal passages and crusty, irritated, stuffy nostrils, such as atrophic rhinitis, allergies, the common cold, the use of certain medications, air-conditioning, overheated homes, offices or hotel rooms, low humidity, pressurized airplane cabins, and even age. For temporary relief of this nasal dryness, itchiness, rawness and stuffiness, you can buy Rhinaris Gel over-the-counter, and use it as directed. The low concentration of saline and high concentration of Polyethylene Glycol and Propylene Glycol in Rhinaris Gel makes this a superior, long-lasting moisturizing product.

Rhinaris Gel is water-based, odourless and a soothing gel that is normalized to the pH levels of the nasal cavity. It will provide effective relief for your uncomfortable nasal symptoms and is safe to use with oxygen therapy. When Rhinaris Gel is applied in your nostrils as directed, it lubricates the nostrils and washes away any thick secretions that are present. Rhinaris Gel also relieves minor nosebleeds.

Rhinaris Gel contains mild ingredients and is meant to be a soothing nasal moisturizer, so the chances of side effects are low, other than some mild and temporary stinging in your nose once you apply the gel into your nostrils. Should you happen to encounter troublesome or long-lasting side effects, discuss this with your doctor.

Active Ingredients: Mixture of Polyethylene Glycol 15% and Propylene Glycol 3350 20% in a gel adjusted to pH 5.5.

In-active Ingredients: Purified Water, Carbomer 934P, Sodium Carboxymethylcellulose, Sodium Hydroxide, Sodium Chloride, Potassium Chloride, Benzalkonium Chloride.

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