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Flo Baby Saline Spray & Drops

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* HELPS TO CLEAR A BABY‘S CONGESTED NOSE QUICKLY AND GENTLY *

Flo Baby Saline Nasal Spray or Drops offers advanced technology to deliver a sterile, preservative-free, gentle nasal saline for babies and toddlers. It helps to clear a baby‘s congested nose quickly and gently.

Flo Baby Spray or Drops is easy to use in newborns and older babies because it can be sprayed at any angle to help clear baby‘s nose quickly and easily in any position that is comfortable. It is gentle on baby‘s nose because it‘s free from:

  • preservatives
  • medication
  • alcohol
  • buffering chemicals

Flo Baby Salines are available from pharmacies nationally as a spray or dropper so you can choose your preferred method of administration.

Note: There is no mucus aspirator provided because it is not required. Excess mucus can be easily cleared from baby‘s nose by gently squeezing the nostrils together with a clean tissue.

Always read the label. Use as directed. Consult your healthcare professional if symptoms persist.


Indications

HOW FLO BABY SALINE CAN HELP
A baby‘s nasal passages are narrow and easily blocked when excess mucus is due to colds, viral infections, allergies, or hay fever. Flo Baby‘s gentle mist spray or drops thins mucus to help clear baby‘s nose so breathing becomes easier again.
A CLEAR NOSE IS IMPORTANT
Babies always try to breathe through their nose, this is not easy when it is blocked with mucus. Snuffly babies may have difficulty feeding and sleeping.

How to Use

Flo Baby Saline Nasal Drops use advanced technology which allows it to be used at any angle, making it quick and easy to use. Here‘s how:

  1. Position baby comfortably in their most comfortable position.
  2. Position the Flo Baby Drops applicator tip just below baby‘s nostril and insert the required dose into each nostril.
  3. Wipe baby‘s nose with a soft clean tissue.

Flo Baby Salines include a Consumer Information Leaflet within the pack giving detailed instructions and further information.
Always read the label. Use as directed. See your healthcare professional if symptoms persist.