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Flo Rapid Relief Spray

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* DESIGNED TO QUICKLY CLEAR A RUNNY OR BLOCKED NOSE *

Flo Rapid Relief is a sterile, preservative-free nasal decongestant spray designed to quickly clear a runny or blocked nose caused by:

  • Colds
  • Hayfever & Allergies
  • Sinus Congestion

Flo Rapid Relief contains the active ingredient Xylometazoline Hydrochloride (1mg/mL) which acts quickly to reduce congestion and lasts for up to 10 hours.

For best results, spray once into each nostril use 2-3 times daily for no more than 3 days. If congestion persists longer than 3 days, please refer to your healthcare specialist.

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


Indications

Flo Rapid Relief is indicated to provide temporary relief of nasal congestion, such as a blocked or runny nose which may be the result of:
COLDS
Flo Rapid Relief acts quickly to help unblock your nose, so you can breathe through your nose.
HAYFEVER & ALLERGIES
The usual symptoms of hayfever include sneezing, runny nose, nasal congestion, itchy & watery eyes, and cough.
Try Flo Rapid Relief to help unblock your nose quickly. You may also consider using Flo Saline Plus after Flo Rapid Relief to help wash away any allergy-causing pollens or irritants. Ask your pharmacist for more information.
SINUS CONGESTION
Sinus congestion means inflammation in the sinus cavities. This mostly effects the sinuses underneath the eyes, alongside the bridge of the nose and over the eyebrows. Sinus congestion can also occur after a cold or may even be caused as a result of allergy.
Using a medicated nasal decongestant spray like Flo Rapid Relief may help unblock your nose quickly and allows you to breathe through it more easily. Also consider using Flo Sinus Care after Flo Rapid Relief to effectively flush away mucus, pollens and irritants which may still be present in your sinus cavities. This combination of preservative-free products may help to reduce symptoms of sinus congestion. Ask your pharmacist for more information.
Always read the label. Use as directed. If symptoms persist, see your healthcare practitioner.