Boots Sleepeaze Nasal Strips
Tested & Reviewed
Tag Line (Outer Box)
Proven and effective for up to 8 hours*
* judged effective by snorers and their partners in reducing snoring for up to 8 hours (independant clinical research 2000 to 2009).
Unique Selling Points (Outer Box)
Snoring occurs when the soft tissue at the back of the throat relaxes during sleep and breathing causes this tissue to vibrate. This vibration produces the noise we know as snoring.
Snoring throat spray works by toning and lubricating this soft tissue to reduce these vibrations.
The throat spray starts to work immediately and the long-lasting formula ensures that it can remain effective throughout the night.
- Works throughout the night
- Proven and effective relief from snoring
Purified water, Glycerin, Sorbitan Stearate, Polysorbate 60, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Mentha Piperita, Tocopheryl Acetate, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate, Citric Acid, Xanthan Gum, Sodium Hyaluronate, Guar Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride.
The Reality - Our Review & Opinion
This pleasant tasting throat spray - it somewhat reminded us of the gooey inside of After Eight Mints - when initially sprayed into the mouth stimulated a fair amount of salivation which made me think it was washing away the spray from the intended area.
Once the initial sweet minty fresh sensation had subsided, it was hard to say if the spray had coated the soft palate. It was noted that a residual minty taste was detectable for about 30 minutes post application.
We tested the spray over 3 nights. For the first night there was no reduction, the second night showed a slight improvement, however, for the 3rd night the snoring was unfortunately worse.
Did it help with snoring? - If it did, it wasn't consistent and the result of the 3rd night was disappointing.
Would we recommend this product - No.
Cost & Availability
Available from Boots stores and Boots online. £4.99 for 14 ml or £13.79 for 42ml.
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Tested & reviewed between, June 2018 by a male, aged 40-50, with a BMI of 26. Identified as a multifactoral snorer using the Interactive Snore Tests. A mandibular advancement device being the strongly recommended treatment.