Little Remedies® Saline Spray/Drops

When nasal congestion causes breathing discomfort for your baby, Saline Spray and Drops provide safe, non-medicated relief.

  • #1 Pediatrician recommended; unique design can be held downward as a saline dropper or upright as a saline spray
  • Relieves runny, stuffy, dry, or crusty noses
  • Flushes and removes mucus from little noses to help little ones breathe easy
  • Safe for newborns; Drug free, no side effects, use as often as necessary to keep baby's nose clear and moisturized

Helpful Hints

  • For newborns/infants, use saline drops to move the mucus to the front of the nose, making it easier to remove with an aspirator.
  • Daily use of saline drops will help keep nasal passages clean and moisturized.
  • Avoid putting cotton swabs, twisted tissues or your fingernail inside your baby's nose.
  • After wiping your baby's nose, apply a moisturizing gel to protect against soreness.

Humidifiers vs. Vaporizers

  • Both vaporizers and humidifiers accomplish the same goal: they release moisture into the air.
  • Humidifiers produce moisture by using a motor to convert water to a fine mist.
  • Vaporizers produce moisture by using a heating element to convert water to steam.

In general, cool-mist humidifiers are recommended.

Directions

(For nasal use only) 

Newborns/Infants: 2 to 6 drops in each nostril as often as needed or as directed by a doctor.

Children & adults: 2 to 6 sprays/drops into each nostril as often as needed or as directed by a doctor.

Ingredients

Ingredients

water, sodium chloride, glycerin, sodium benzoate, benzoic acid

Warnings

Keep out of reach of children.

  • The use of this dispenser by more than one person may spread infection.
  • Wipe nozzle clean after each use.

Questions?
1-800-754-8853 Mon.–Fri. 8:30 am to 5:30 pm ET

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