Nostrilla Similarity

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Lacy Says:


Great news!!!!.....Ihave found something that works just as well!!!......I found it at Walgreens and it' s cheaper......it is a Walgreens brand called ANEFRIN Nasal Spray extra moisturizing 12 hour pump mist!!......since Nostrillahas been pulled I have tried about 10 different brands and THIS ONE WORKS!!!......and is cheaper!!!!......Good Luck!!


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David Says:

I have had great results from using Afrin Nasal Spray with a stuffy nose from being sick. Clears it up almost instantly! The active ingredient in Anefrin and Afrin is Oxymetazoline hydrochloride 0.05%, so I'm sure they are just different brands; but it works wonders.

If anyone is looking for more information about Afrin spray, you can follow the link below:
https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Afrin/­

I hope this helps!

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