XLEAR Inc Xlear® Nasal Spray

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Description

Natural Saline Nasal Spray
Alleviates Congestion, Relieves Sinus Pressure
Why Xlear?
  • Effects irritants' ability to adhere to nasal membranes
  • Natural, fast and effective
  • Safe for daily use anytime
  • No rebound, non-addictive
  • Not a drug - safe for pregnant and nursing mother
  • Gentle enough for infants
  • Washes away dust and pollen
  • Patented hydrating formula with xylitol
Xlear Benefits
  • Alleviates congestion
  • Gently cleans, moisturizes and soothes the sinuses & nasal passages.
  • Washes away pollutants, irritants & airborne contaminants.

Whether you need Maximum, Moderate or Daily Care, the Xlear Sinus Care System has the right product for you.

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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Serving Size 2 Spray(s)

Product Directions / Additional Info

Clear the nasal passageway by gently blowing your nose before using Xlear. Insert nozzle into nostril and squeeze bottle while breathing in through your nose. Remove nozzle from nostril before allowing bottle to re-inflate. Spray 2-4 times in each nostril. When nose is completely blocked, lie down for five minutes after spraying. Clean nozzle after use & replace safety cap. Use at least twice daily - morning & night. Xlear is safe to use as often as needed for optimal health to cleanse sinuses and nasal passages. (Can be used as drops for children)

Warning: The use of this container by more than one person may spread infection. Keep out of the reach of children. Clean nozzle after each use and replace the cap.

Do not use if either tamper evident seal is broken or missing.
Keep out of reach of children.

Xlear Inc., PO Box 1421
American Fork, UT 84003

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Sinus Congestion

Sinus Congestion
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Eucalyptus oil is often used in a steam inhalation to help clear nasal and sinus congestion.

About This Condition

Sinus congestion (also called nasal congestion or rhinitis) involves blockage of one or more of the four pairs of sinus passageways in the skull.

The blockage may result from inflammation and swelling of the nasal tissues, obstruction by one of the small bones of the nose (deviated septum), or from secretion of mucus. It may be acute or chronic. Acute sinus congestion is most often caused by the common cold. Sinus congestion caused by the common cold is not discussed here. Chronic sinus congestion often results from environmental irritants such as tobacco smoke, food allergens, inhaled allergens, or foreign bodies in the nose.

Sinus congestion leads to impaired flow of fluids in the sinuses, which predisposes people to bacterial infections that can cause sinusitis. At least two serious disorders have been associated with chronic nasal congestion: chronic lymphocytic leukemia and HIV.1, 2 For this reason, chronic nasal congestion lasting three months or more should be evaluated by a medical professional.

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