Calpol Saline congestion relief Nasal Spray, 15ml

Calpol Saline congestion relief Nasal Spray

Calpol Saline congestion relief Nasal Spray, 15ml


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Natural congestion relief

Caused by colds & flu, sinusitis and allergy

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Calpol Comparison Table

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Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 8,056 4.7 out of 5 stars 8,056 4.8 out of 5 stars 9,235 4.8 out of 5 stars 9,235 4.6 out of 5 stars 4,016
Price £4.45£9.36£4.49
Format Spray Drops Pads Pads Plug in
Pack size 15ml 10ml 10 refills 5 refills 1 plug + 3 refills
Age indication From birth From birth 3+ months 3+ months 3+ months
Use with other Calpol products
Non medicine
Medical device
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What is the difference between Calpol Saline Nasal Drops and Calpol Saline Nasal Spray?

Both products relieve symptoms of congestion caused by cold and flu, allergies and sinusitis. However, the drops come in a glass bottle with a pipette applicator, whereas the spray comes in a plastic bottle with a spray applicator.

Can the Calpol Saline Nasal Spray be used with other Calpol products?

Yes, Calpol Saline Nasal Spray can be used in conjunction with any other product except Calpol Saline Drops and Blocked Nose Spray

At what age can I use Calpol Saline Nasal Spray on my child?

Calpol Saline Nasal Spray can be used right from birth because it’s a simple, non-medicated treatment.



Brand: Calpol
Origin: Spain
Volume: 15 Millilitres

5 Responses

  1. Tabitha19W says:

     United Kingdom

    My 6 month old always has a sniffly nose and this works so well. It’s easy to use with a small tip that fits just inside the nose. It clears it usually instantly and works best just before a feed but can be used anytime. The only downside is the price. You have to spray it in the air to get it working before using it when the babies laying down. I can’t use it in any other position. So I feel like each time I use it I waste a few sprays in the air. Probably me doing it wrong but it’s the only way I can get it to work

  2. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    It loosens the mucus but my baby definitely doesn’t like us using it on her! I do get scared that I’m trapping her nose when I compress the spray nozzle.

  3. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Good product, although my son doesn’t like the fact that I have to put the container in his nose in order to spray it. If it comes in a more convenient container it would be perfect.

  4. web-manager says:

     United Kingdom

    We had been advised by friends that this was essential for when baby had their first cold, they were correct.

    If you can keep baby still long enough to get the spray up their nose and you have remembered to prime the spray then it is very good at loosening the snot. Found it was best used with a snot sucker to remove the loosened snot.

  5. LaurindKappel says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 22 From Our UsersI rated 3* just for the comfort. I can’t imagine any baby being comfy with being sprayed up their nose but it wasnt extremely uncomfortable. My 3 wk old grandy developed a stuffy nose. Party because it is winter and our house is very dry. Nobody ever told me about these wonderful devices and treatments when my 3 were younger, but, I wish they did.
    I worried, like any nana, that she wasnt taking her milk properly because she couldnt breathe and I couldnt see anything visible. Which suggested it had hardened right up in her tiny nose. Naturally I’m googling for the best options, damp towels on the radiator didnt work (as well as the high gas cost), tweezers were a no go because I couldnt see anything. So, i found an article that mentioned using a bulb with saline. The bulb I worried was too big so I purchased a battery nasal unblocker too.
    When all parcels were received, we waited for grandy to wake from her little nap. Read all instructions. One squirt each in of her nostrils. Waited for around 10 mins. Used the bulb. WOW!
    I’m not a fan of looking a clumps of snot out of a kiddies nose, or anyone nose for that matter, but, this was worth the 2 second stomach wrench to loosen that stubborn hardened mucus that was preventing my grandy from breathing effectively.
    We all slept last nigh