It is used: as a means to protect damaged dry nasal mucosa (nose surgery, radiation therapy for the head and throat, nosebleeds, atrophic rhinitis); to reduce the effects of inflammation in the nasal cavity with colds, SARS; in conditions accompanied by irritation of the nasal mucosa, incl. when you feel dry in the nose in rooms with dry air (for example, in office rooms, airplanes) in places of polluted environment by inhalation of foreign particles (dust and smoke); during the spread of colds.
1 ml of spray contains sesame (sesame) oil (Sesamum indicum seed oil) up to 1 ml methyl parahydroxybenzoate (methylparaben) – 2.0 mg Uniferol U14 – 0.6 mg.
Maintains the normal functional state of the nasal mucous membranes,
helps to prevent the formation of crusts and microcracks in the nose due to the softening effect of sesame oil;
exhibits antimicrobial and antioxidant activity due to the substances contained in the product;
helps to reduce the manifestations of nasal congestion;
eliminates dryness in the nose thanks to its moisturizing properties.
Natural substances of sesame oil have a beneficial effect on the nasal mucosa and are naturally concerned about your health.
Indications for use
As a remedy for damaged dry nasal mucosa (nose surgery, radiation therapy to the head and throat, nosebleeds, atrophic rhinitis)
to reduce the effects of inflammation in the nasal cavity with colds, ARVI;
in conditions accompanied by irritation of the nasal mucosa, incl. if the nose feels dry in rooms with dry air (for example, in offices, airplanes)
in places where the environment is polluted by inhalation of foreign particles (dust and smoke)
during the spread of colds.
Method of administration and dosage
Adults and children over 12 years old – 1-3 spray doses in each nasal passage 3 times a day.
Children aged 1 to 12 years – 1 spray dose in each nasal passage 3 times a day.
The best results are seen after continuous use for 10 days or as recommended by a doctor. It should also be used whenever you feel a dry or stuffy nose.
Recommended technique for using “Sezorin Sesame Spray”:
Before using Cesorin Sesame Spray, first clear the nasal passage of secretions by pinching the opposite part of the nose and exhaling sharply. Repeat the manipulation on the other side.
Remove the plastic cap from the dispenser.
When using the spray for the first time, or if you have not used it for a long period, perform a test spray into the air by pressing the spray.
Insert the tip of the spray into the nasal passage. Hold the bottle upright and spray 1 to 3 times while inhaling air through your nose. Change the direction of the spray so that the oil reaches different parts of the nasal mucosa. Repeat for the other nostril.
After use, wipe the tip of the dispenser pump and close with the plastic cap.
Sezorin sesame spray is intended for individual use.
“Sezorin sesame spray” is not desirable for patients with known sensitivity or allergic reactions to individual components of the product.
Due to lack of experience, it is not recommended for children under 1 year old.
Avoid getting Cesorin Sesame Spray in your eyes. In case of eye irritation, rinse with water for at least 5 minutes.
There are no known risks when using “Sezorin sesame spray” during pregnancy and lactation. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding while using Sezorin Sesame Spray, check with your doctor.
Do not use with open or damaged packaging.
Sesame oil is used as a food ingredient. The amount contained in the vial cannot lead to adverse effects.
No adverse reactions were reported. If you suspect that the use of Cesorin Sesame Spray has resulted in undesirable effects, you should inform your doctor.
2.5 years from the date of manufacture.
Use before the date indicated on the package and bottle.
Store in its original packaging in a dark place at a temperature not exceeding 25 ° C. Keep out of the reach of children.