Hydrogen Peroxide Nasal Hygiene Mist is designed to cleanse the nostrils and neutralize airborne particles that enter the nose and build up in the sinuses. Once these particles enter the nasal cavities, they replicate in the mucosa to increase viral load which overwhelms the immune system and leads to respiratory colds and flu. Once these loads reach peak levels, they cause inflammation forcing infected mucous into the throat and lungs. The best way to prevent infected particles and allergens from multiplying in the nose is to sanitize the nostrils and that’s where Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2) shines as a safe, proven and effective tool.
Numerous studies show the effectiveness of Hydrogen Peroxide against a variety of particles and organisms, but it’s used for a lot more than topical first aid and prevention. H2O2 is also used in therapeutic mouthwashes recommended by dentists for gum disease and mouth sores. ENT physicians also recommend using diluted H2O2 in nasal rinses for chronic sinus infections and to maintain clean healthy airways.
Sinus Plumber's Hydrogen Peroxide formula uses a proprietary formulation of highly diluted H2O2 along with Scotch Pine oil and Eucalyptus oil in a natural saline water solution that can be used as needed to cleanse and protect the nasal cavities from getting clogged with a build-up of unwanted particles. This formula super cleans the nasal cavities and creates a protective barrier that lasts for hours to repel organic particles and general allergens.
Active Ingredients: (3% solution) Hydrogen Peroxide, Sea Salt, Scotch Pine Oil, Eucalyptus Oil, Rosemary Extract. Inactive Ingredients: Distilled water, Vegetable Glycerin, Ascorbic Acid, Potassium Sorbate.
Warnings: Use only as directed. For ages 12 years and up. For nasal use only. Keep out of reach from children. If you’re allergic to any of the ingredients, do not use. If you have any adverse reactions, discontinue use. None of these statements have been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not meant to diagnose, treat or cure any disease.