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Breathe Right Nasal Strips, Small/Medium, Tan, 30-Count Boxes (Pack of 2)


Breathe Right Nasal Strips, Small/Medium, Tan, 30-Count Boxes (Pack of 2)

Breathe Right Nasal Strips, Small/Medium, Tan, 30-Count Boxes (Pack of 2)

  • Breathe Right nasal strips reduce or eliminate snoring and provide instant relief from nasal congeestion due to colds, allergies and sinusitis
  • Breathe Right nasal strips are drug free.
  • Breathe Right Nasal Strips patented dual flex bars gently pull open nasal passages so you can get more air
  • For adolescents or adults with small to average-size noses
  • Please read all label information on delivery

Breathe Right® Nasal Strips:Relieves nasal congestion Drug-Fee Cold & allergy reliefIt’s simple. Two flexible, “spring-like” pieces gently lift nasal passages open while a special adhesive holds

List Price: $ 32.69

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3 Responses to “Breathe Right Nasal Strips, Small/Medium, Tan, 30-Count Boxes (Pack of 2)”

  1. 20 of 21 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Breathe Right Nasal Strips – An Effective Solution! ***HIGHLY RECOMMENDED***, November 21, 2007
    By 
    David Hume (Los Angeles, CA USA) –
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    Breathe Right nasal strips are the best non-drug, non-prescription product out on the market for providing opening of the nasal passageways allowing greater intake of air flow due to the normal closure of the mucous membranes during sleep. Even if you do not have difficulty breathing during sleep, Breathe Right comfortably creates a greater opening of the nasal passages than is otherwise possible without it. I would recommend Breathe Right to anyone who has no breathing difficulty through anyone who has mild sleep apnea. Severe sleep apnea requires a CPAP device or a corrective medical procedure. I prefer the tan to the clear [the clear does not have enough adhesive to last all night]. Small/Med will fit most people’s nose. Med/Large is only needed if you have a big nose.

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  2. 13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Way Better Than A CPAP, January 18, 2011
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    AgedWireHead (Houston TX USA) –
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    This review is from: Breathe Right Nasal Strips, Small/Medium, Tan, 30-Count Boxes (Pack of 2) (Health and Beauty)

    If you are a “nose breather” and have nasal passages that develop restricted air flow when you lay down, or perhaps you have a deviated septum, or both, you will almost certainly find Breathe Right Nasal Strips to be of great help at improving your sleep–and possibly reducing your snoring.

    The strip attaches to your nose using a mild but effective adhesive, and two plastic “springs” want to straighten out, lifting the outside of the nose just enough to provide clear air passages.

    Learning to install the strip to your best advantage can be a trial and error exercise. The instructions show one position to install the strip, but it isn’t necessarily the best for each person. If your nose is long, the position shown might not lift at the best spot, making you think these won’t work for you.

    There are two lengths of strips, one marked “small/medium” and one marked “large”. Most folks need the small/medium. If the strip comes down onto your face, use the smaller strip. The strips also come in a clear version and a “scratch and sniff” version with menthol. They now have a new “super” version that is much wider, covering more of the nose with 3 springs, that makes it much easier to place the strip effectively.

    If you feel the outside of your nose, squeezing lightly, you will note there is a cartilage ridge that supports the center of your nose from top to bottom. There are also two projections of harder cartilage that support the sides of the nose up near your face. Most folks can’t lift the hard cartilage away from the center ridge, but just below the hard side cartilage, there is soft flesh that the Breathe Right strip will easily lift. I find that I need to place the strip just below the hard cartilage to get the most effect from the strip.

    I don’t care what they look like when I wear them, and I have no intention to wake up to scratch the menthol to activate it, so I stick with the small/medium tan version.

    Something you might notice is that when you first lay down, your nose will want to “close up” even when wearing the strip. This is because you get the blood that was “pooling” in your legs while standing to equalize into the rest of the body when you lay down, swelling the nasal membranes. Generally this effect will go away in a few minutes as your blood vessels and heart adjust. Raising the head of your bed 6 or 8 inches can also minimize this effect.

    A con for these strips is that dry and cold weather will cause your skin to thin and get dry. When this happens you must be very careful when you remove the strip in the morning. Removing it in a hot shower with soap usually eases removal. If you are not careful, you will remove a small area of the epidermis on the top of your nose, and possibly on your cheek if the strip is too long. A tiny amount of lotion (apply with a Q-tip) on the top of your nose before installing the strip will prevent the problem.

    This leads into one more item, cleaning your nose before installing the strip. Folks are different, but many folks have oily or waxy skin on the sides of their nose. Excessive oil, wax, lotion, etc. will prevent the strip from sticking properly. Wash and dry your face before installing the strip. If your nose is still too oily or waxy, and this happens certain times of the year, use a little alcohol or Sea Breeze to wipe only the sides of your nose before installation.

    Amazingly, the strip will generally keep sticking even if you exercise and sweat a lot, but it does make it easier to remove the strip, so if you exercise first thing in the morning, keep the strip on until after you finish your exercise regimen.

    So what about snoring? If you are a nose-breather, using Breathe Right nasal Strips will reduce how much you open your mouth to breathe, and that will reduce snoring. It will also prevent the vibration in your nose that causes some snoring. It will not reduce the snoring that emanates from your throat when your tongue falls and the sides of your throat vibrate when you breathe through your mouth. Breathe Right has made two products that help with throat snoring. One is Breathe Right Throat Spray and the other is Breathe Right Throat Strips. The spray has been remarkably effective for me, while the strips, if placed far enough back on the tongue (hard for me to do) are also quite effective. What the spray does is coat your throat with some pleasant oils that lubricate the flesh and keep it taught. Most amazing is that it has eliminated my sore throats. Unfortunately, Breathe Right has been bought by a large company and it appears that they are only going to continue making the strips. C’est la vie.

    Oh, and buying this product on the Amazon subscription plan is smart and easy!

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  3. 9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Breathe Right Nasal Strips Help You Breathe Air In And Out During Sleep, January 21, 2009
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    David Hume (Los Angeles, CA USA) –
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    This review is from: Breathe Right Nasal Strips, Small/Medium, Tan, 30-Count Boxes (Pack of 2) (Health and Beauty)

    Breathe Right nasal strips are the most effective way of increasing the flow of air into and out of the nasal passages during sleep. When you adhere the strip to the outside of your nose, the strip springs open and provides more space for air to flow during inhalation and exhalation through the nostrils. The strips come in Tan and Clear and in sizes Small/Medium and Large. I like the Tan because they stay on the nose all night as opposed to the Clear which are less adhesive and more prone to falling off. Most people will use the Small/Medium size unless your nose is large. When applying the strip, only remove the backing so that the outside ends of the strip are adhesive (leave the middle part covering the bridge of the nose unadhesive). To remove the stickiness in the morning, take a 2″ x 2″ piece of non-sterile gauze moistened with a little water and gently rub off [you can buy 200 pieces of non-sterile gauze in a pharmacy or hospital supply store for $3].

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