What is Clarinaze?
Clarinaze is a nasal spray from the manufacturers of the popular hay fever treatment, Clarityn. Clarinaze helps to ease symptoms of hay fever and is perfect for those who suffer with sneezing, a blocked or runny nose, or itching when the pollen count is high.
Is it suitable in pregnancy or breastfeeding?
If you’re pregnant or breastfeeding you should speak to your doctor or pharmacist before using this product. Some medications may not be suitable for you or your child at this time and a medical professional may wish to recommend an alternative treatment.
What does Clarinaze contain?
Each Spray contains 50 micrograms Mometasone Furoate. Other ingredients include: Dispersible Cellulose, Glycerol, Sodium Citrate, Citric Acid Monohydrate, Polysorbate 80, Benzalkonium Chloride, Purified Water
How to use the nasal spray?
Shake the bottle gently before use and use only in the nose. Firstly prime by pumping 10 times before initial use, or 2 times if unused for 14 days or more, until a fine mist is produced.
For adults aged 18 and over:
Use 2 sprays in each nostril once a day. Do not use more than 4 sprays a day. Once your symptoms improve, try reducing to 1 spray in each nostril once a day; this may be sufficient to maintain relief.
Suitable for adults over the age of 18.Please read the package leaflet before use and see leaflet for further information.
Does it the nasal spray have any side effects?
As is the case with all medicines there are side effects which can occur, even though not everyone will experience them.
Side effects which you may experience include:
- stuffy nose
- sore throat
- muscle or joint pain
- nose/throat dryness or irritation
- blood-tinged mucus/phlegm
If you experience these or any other side effects while using this product, stop use and speak to your doctor or pharmacist. For more information about reporting the side effects of medication, please see the MHRA’s Yellow Card Scheme.
Be sure to check our allergy and hayfever products including brands such as: Piriton, Clarityn and Benadryl