Clear Passage Breathe Right Nasal Strips

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Nasal Strips have been used to alleviate stuffy noses caused by colds and allergies for quite a while, but did you know they are used to combat snoring? That is because snoring is often a byproduct of nasal congestion.

What is Clear Passage Breathe Right Nasal Strips?

When you go to sleep, your tongue and throat muscles relax, so much so that it can sometimes block your airway partially. While you continue to breathe, air passes through this obstructed airway, causing vibration generates the typical snoring sound.

Your airways get restricted even more when dealing with nasal congestion, leading to louder, more disruptive snoring. Clear Passage Breathe Right Nasal Strips are engineered to solve this issue.

The Clear Passage Breathe Right Nasal Strips are made from spring-like, flexible bands positioned above the flare of each nostril. The bottom of the strip is undercoated with an adhesive that allows the device to stay securely positioned on the nose overnight. The band will naturally attempt to straighten to its original shape, a tension that lifts the sides of the nose. Once the nasal passages open, snoring of this type ceases.

Clear Passage Breathe Right Nasal Strips are drug-free and non-prescription-based and can be used by anyone aged five years and up.

How to use Clear Passage Breathe Right Nasal Strips

First, clean your face. Since adhesive does not stick well to oily, wet, or moisturized skin, it is important to wash and thoroughly dry your nose before applying a nasal strip. Next, position the nasal strip on the top of your nose. Remove the protective lines to expose the adhesive, then position the nasal strip on your nose. The position is critical, the strip should be centered along the width of your nose with the tabs on the flaring part of the nostril. The tab should not cover the flaring part of the nostril entirely, but rather should sit just above.

Gently rub the Clear Passage Breathe Right Nasal Strips to secure it onto your nose. The Clear Passage Breathe Right Nasal Strips come in different sizes to fit different nose types, so you should determine which size is best for you. Also, it is important to always refer to the packaging leaflet before use.

How to remove the Clear Passage Breathe Right Nasal Strips

To remove the Clear Passage Breathe Right Nasal Strips, remember to go slowly. Wash your face or shower with warm water to start to loosen the strip from its ends. With one hand on each tab, lift the strip off your nose. If you have sensitive or dry skin, purchase nose strips that are best suited for your skin type.

 

 

Editor's Pros & Cons
Pros

Works effectively for congestion and snoring

Lifts nasal passages better than most other models

Strong adhesive lasts through the night

Cons

Contains natural rubber latex, a skin irritant to those with allergies

Adhesive can be painful to remove