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Nasal Spray

hysan® Nasal Spray

by Ursapharm


Nasal spray

Free the airways


Apply on nasal cavity only

6 months shelf life after opening

Without preservatives

Suitable for children (6 year-old or above) and adult

Please store under 25ºc

Medication Usage

Hysan® Nasal Spray

What is Nasal Congestion?

What is Nasal Congestion?

Nasal congestion, also known as stuffy nose, occurs when the nasal cavity, nearby tissues, and blood vessels become filled with excessive fluid, causing swelling and a feeling of blockage in the nose, similar to a clogged pipe.

It may be accompanied by nasal mucus or a runny nose, but it is not always present. For older children and adults, nasal congestion is usually just a minor annoyance. However, it can be a serious problem for infants whose sleep is affected by congestion or for infants who have difficulty feeding due to nasal congestion.

How common is Nasal Congestion?

Nasal congestion can be triggered by weather or living environment factors.

Nasal congestion can be triggered by weather or living environment factors.

If it persists without improvement or if you would like to obtain more professional diagnostic information, please consult your doctor, pharmacist, or professional healthcare provider.

Symptoms of Nasal Congestion

Causes of Nasal Congestion

Any irritant or infection that causes inflammation can lead to nasal congestion, such as
colds, flu, or sinusitis. Allergies or other irritants like tobacco smoke or pollutants can also cause a runny nose. Some people experience long-term nasal discharge without an apparent cause. This condition is known as Nonallergic rhinitis (NARES) or Vasomotor rhinitis (VMR).


Possible causes of nasal congestion include:

Medications used for treatment or relief of nasal congestion include

What is Xylometazoline?

Xylometazoline, also known as a decongestant or a sympathomimetic agent, is a commonly found ingredient in nasal sprays on the market.

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The effects of preservatives in nasal sprays?

Preservatives serve the purpose of killing bacteria in drug formulations, ensuring that the microbial load in the solution is maintained even after opening a multi-dose container. However, Benzalkonium chloride can cause allergic reactions such as swelling, redness, and itching. That’s why consumers prefer to switch to preservative-free nasal sprays.

Preservative-containing nasal sprays:

Preservative-containing nasal sprays:

Actually, many medications do contain preservatives, such as Benzalkonium chloride. Despite being criticized for some time, these preservatives are still commonly used in nasal sprays due to their relatively low cost and effectiveness in preserving the quality of the product.

*Friendly Reminder: Before using this product, please consult a specialist or professional healthcare provider if you are an infant or pregnant woman.

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