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BABY NADIF

SPRAY

Making breathing
easier and safer

Hypertonic: 100% hypertonic sea water with a concentration of salt equals to 2.2% Sodium Benzoate

Active Ingredients

100% hypertonic seawater with a concentration of salt equals to 2.2% sodium benzoate.

Mode of Action

1) During common cold, the nasal mucosa becomes swollen and irritated due to large quantity of mucus.

2) Baby Nadif Hypertonic Spray is a natural nasal decongestant with high concentration of mineral salts (2.2%).

3) After it has been sprayed into the nasal cavities, the solution creates a difference of osmotic pressure that helps drain the fluid, relieving the sensation of a blocked nose.

Direction of Use

Spray once into each nostril, up to a maximum of 6 times a day.

Suitable for

Parents who are seeking for natural solution to relief their baby’s nasal congestion.

A congested nose can be a nightmare for both infant and parents.

Whenever flu, fever, or allergies hit, infants can easily get a congested nose and consequently, difficulties in breathing, feeding and sleeping.

1.

RELIEVE NASAL CONGESTION

Specially designed to relieve infant and children nasal congestion.

2.

HYPERTONIC

Contains 2.2% hypertonic natural seawater solution which helps in reducing oedema and mimic the cleaning effect of seawater in the nose.

3.

NO PRESERVATIVES & MEDICATIONS

With no medications or preservatives, Baby Nadif helps to clear congested nose naturally.

What makes Baby Nadif the best nasal spray for your baby?

Natural with no preservatives or medications.

Help in decreasing oedema and mucociliary clearance.

Alternative to resolve infant's flu symptoms.

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