PRODUCT INFORMATION

Vicks First Defence Nasal Spray

VICKS
First Defence

Helps to
stop a cold

Vicks First Defence Nasal Spray
Most cold medicines help to relieve the cold symptoms, but they don't act on the source of the problem: the virus!

VICKS First Defence neutralizes the viruses which cause cold symptoms. If there is no virus, there are no symptoms!
Discover how you can reduce the chances of getting a cold!

FEATURES & BENEFITS

Vicks First Defence Nasal Spray

WHY DO WE GET COLD SYMPTOMS?

The viruses responsible for Cold take hold at the back of the nose, where they find the ideal conditions to replicate. After a few hours, they start to cause the early signs of a cold including tickly nose, itchy throat, sneezing and headache.

After around 36 hours, the virus has multiplied millions of times and therefore causes more severe symptoms such as runny nose, blocked nose, sore throat, fever, cough. The cold symptoms usually last for about a week,
but sometimes it is even longer!

Vicks First Defence Nasal Spray

NEUTRALIZE THE SOURCE OF THE COLD: THE VIRUS!

VICKS First Defence acts directly in the nose, where the viruses develop (that's why it is a nasal spray). Its microgel traps and neutralizes the cold viruses, helping to prevent them from developing and spreading.

It then naturally helps your body to remove the neutralized viruses by blowing your nose or swallowing.

When used in the first 36 hours of a cold, Vicks First Defence has been shown to help stop a cold in its tracks, and not develop into a full-blown cold.

USAGE INSTRUCTIONS

Vicks First Defence Nasal Spray

WHEN TO USE VICKS
FIRST DEFENCE?

Start to use in the first 36h of the cold,
when feeling a scratchy throat, tickles
in the nose or sneezing. You can
even start using it when
feeling at risk of
catching cold.

Vicks First Defence Nasal Spray

Incline the nozzle and apply 2 to 3 sprays per nostril without inhaling, as per the picture.

Repeat up to 4 times per day. For best results continue to use for 2 days after the symptoms subside.

When using Vicks First Defence, you may experience increased nasal discharge (runny nose) or temporary stinging.

These are normal signs that the product is working. They are not harmful to your health and will not last for long. This product is not suitable for children under 12.

FAQ's

Vicks First Defence Nasal Spray

Can VICKS First Defence be used on children?

VICKS First Defence is suitable for children as of 12 years old. For children below 12 years old please consult your pharmacist to find an adapted solution.

Can VICKS First Defence be used together with other cold remedies?

Yes! Vicks First Defence is a medical device that does not contain systemic active ingredients, therefore it can be safely taken with other cough and cold medicines.

I feel that my cold symptoms are already too severe, is it too late to use VICKS First Defence?

If you are still in the first 36 hours of the cold , VICKS First Defence will help to neutralize the virus. After 36 hours, the virus has probably developed into a full-blown cold, in this case we recommend using a product from the VICKS Sinex range to relieve blocked nose. Please consult the product leaflet for full precaution of use.

Vicks First Defence Nasal Spray

(Adults and children over 12 years) 2-3 sprays per nostril immediately within the 24-36 hours after feeling the first signs of a cold such as a tickle at the back of your throat, or sneezing. Use up to 4 times a day. Avoid inhaling deeply. For best results continue for 2 days after symptoms subside.

Not recommended for children under 12 years of age.

Read the package leaflet before use.