Thursday, April 17, 2014
Kids XLEAR Review
I was picked to host this with my Moms Meet group from being a Moms Meet Ambassador for Moms Meet . I would recommend that you check them out. I shared this with my group and they all just loved it Here is my story of my own personal use of it after I received it for my group.
My kids of course love it because it has an elephant on the front, even my older ones (ages 12-24) but mommy loves it because it’s so much more! When my kids are sick I really try to find natural alternatives to relieving their symptoms instead of junking a bunch of OTC onto them.
The Xlear Kid’s Sinus Care Spray is great for when my kids and grandchildren are having allergy problems or colds and stuffy noses. It helps to sooth the irritation of their constant nose rubbing and the xylitol spray is SO soft on their noses! Trust me – I know because I’ve tried it too! It doesn’t burn or irritate like saline can.
In fact it actually hydrates it and moisturizes their little noses! I care for my grandchildren every day while my son works and as they also live with us .
A weeks ago, he came down with horrible congestion and a gunky nose. I was having a difficult time relieving his symptoms and then I remembered, the Xlear Kids Nasal Spray! The Xlear Nasal Sprays are all natural and don’t use chemical ingredients like antihistamines or decongestants that leave your airways and passages dry. It is a non-addictive nasal wash that aids in the relief from pollutants and allergens that can cause irritation.
Using xylitol nasal spray allows us to have a hyper-osmotic solution which helps pull moisture toward it. This action keeps the nasal passages and sinuses moist and clean for a much longer time than saline alone. I pulled out the Kids Nasal Spray.
I laid him down and gently dispensed a couple drops in his nostrils. The relief was almost instantaneous! Within in minutes, the gunk that was stuck in his nose keeping him from breathing clearly, started to clear up and be released. I could tell he was more comfortable and although I had to chase him around with a tissue, he was able to breath through his nose for the first time that day.
I received a kit to share with my moms meet group and were asked to provide feedback of our opinion I was not complicated any other way. All opinions are my own.