Vicks - Symptoms and Solutions
Nasal Spray, Cold Medicines
First Defence: Attack a cold as soon as it starts!
Introducing Vicks First Defence, a breakthrough in the war against the common cold. While most cold medicines suppress your symptoms, Vicks First Defence attacks colds at their source, removing the virus before it has a chance to develop.
When should I use First Defence?
Use when you feel at risk of catching a cold, or at the "early signs" of a cold (sniffling, sore throat, etc.). For best results, continue to use for 2 days after symptoms subside.
How does First Defence work?
First Defence nasal spray targets the area deep inside the nasal cavity where the cold virus first takes hold and multiplies.
First Defence is a Micro-Gel nasal spray enhanced with plant extracts. It works by disarming cold causing germs and helping your body to remove them naturally.
Vicks First Defence is clinically proven to significantly reduce the incidence of cold. In a survey* conducted amongst consumers in the United Kingdom, over 88 percent claimed that they did not catch a cold, or their cold was less severe than usual after using the product.
* P&G UK Usage and Attitude Study, 90 respondents, March 2006
- Adults and children over 12 years: Without tilting head, apply 2-3 sprays per nostril 4 times a day and avoid inhaling deeply.
- Not suitable for children under 12 years of age.
Aqua, Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose (based on plant extracts), Succinic Acid, Disodium Succinate, PCA, Phenethyl alcohol, Zinc EDTA, Zinc Acetate, Polysorbate 80, Aromas (Menthol, Camphor, Eucalyptol), Sodium Saccharin.
- When using First Defence, it is normal to experience increased nasal discharge and a temporary stinging or smarting sensation. This is a sign that the product is working, is not harmful to health, and will not last for long. If the sensation persists stop using the product.
- Consult your pharmacist or doctor if
- After 7 days your cold is still present
- Symptoms worsen or are accompanied by fever
Always read the label. Use only as directed.
If symptoms persist, consult your healthcare professional.
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