Sniffly Nose Inhalant

$14.95 9.95

A strong blend of eucalyptus, rosemary and menthol for steam inhalation. The vapours soothe nasal and throat passages providing comfort to children. Euky Bear Sniffly Nose Inhalant is specially formulated to be used with a steam vaporiser. It mixes easily with water, enhancing the benefits of steam vapour and providing all-night comfort.

 

  • Extra strong with eucalyptus
  • For use with steam vaporiser
  • Australian made & owned


Eucalyptus oil is a naturally soothing and has a long history of traditional use for easier breathing. Used in warm steam, it can complement steam therapy.
Directions for use

Shake well before use. 

 

For use with Steam Vaporiser: 

Pour 10mL (2.5 capfuls) of Inhalant into water into empty water container. Add water to maximum fill level. Refer to your vaporiser manual for further use and care. 

 

For use with Steam Inhaler or Basin:

Pour in hot water. Add 1mL of Inhalant per 250mL of water used, or 4mL (1 capful) per litre. Breathe in vapours. To increase fragrance, add more Inhalant as needed.

Ingredients
Each 1mL of Euky Bear Inhalant contains: Eucalyptus Oil 225mg Menthol 24mg Rosemary Oil 20mg Methyl Salicylate 5mg
Cautions
Do not take by mouth. Keep out of reach of children. For steam inhalation use only. Contains bitterant to avoid accidental ingestion. Use only as directed. Store below 30°C.
FAQs

Can I use it in the bath? 

No, this formula is not suitable for bath use. 

 

Can I use it in my diffuser? 

No, this formula is designed only for vaporisers and is not suitable for use in aromatherapy diffusers. 

 

Can I add other oils in as well when using in my vaporiser? 

If you’re using the Euky Bear Vaporiser we don’t recommend adding 100% essential oils, only water soluble inhalants. 

 

Can I add a bit more if I can’t smell it anymore?

The recommended amount is based on safety evidence so it's important to use only as directed, especially for babies and children. Be aware that after a while, you won’t smell the inhalant as much. That doesn't mean it isn't working, but just that your senses just become used to the aroma.