Sinus Survival Introduces a New & Improved Herbal Nasal Spray
Improved moisturizing action • Better relief for congestion A more powerful sinus delivery system • Himalayan Salt added
For years Dr. Ivker has tested and reformulated the Sinus Survival Spray to provide a soothing botanical product to moisturize the nose and to provide relief for dry irritated sinuses. The Sinus Survival program is continually updated to provide the latest in research and discovery.We’re excited to introduce the latest development in a new spray formulation and a new delivery system.
Spray Formulation: We’ve added Himalayan Salt. In addition to providing 100% of all the minerals needed by the body, Himalayan salt has been shown as an effective agent for the mucus membrane to relieve inflammation. The botanical herbal spray continues to contain saline, aloe vera and berberisaquifolium, which soothe the sinuses.
In product testing, individuals note its effectiveness in relieving congestion and opening the sinuses.
The New Bottle and Delivery System: Sinus Survival found a new manufacturer to provide the very best delivery mechanism that includes a metered spray with the same amount in each spray, a finer mist spray than with a plastic bottle and a more powerful spray to deliver to the mucous membrane
Uses: The Sinus Survival Herbal Spray can be used daily and as often as needed for dry irritated sinuses. It is an excellent irrigant and moisturizer for nasal membranes exposed to polluted, pollen-laden, smoked-filled, or dry air, as well as chronically irritated and inflamed membranes from sinusitis or allergies. It may be used frequently, one or two sprays (as a mist) per nostril, as often as every 2-3 hours, depending on environmental conditions or the presence of a sinus infection or allergies.
Note: you may notice a slight difference from our former spray including a slight tingle when first sprayed, this is normal and is a result of the Himalayan Salt and a more powerful spray tip.
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