- Fast acting treatment
- Effective for treating allergic rhinitis
- Easy to use
Beclometasone Nasal Spray
Belongs to a group of medicines called corticosteroids. It is effective at preventing rhinitis caused by seasonal allergies, works by reducing inflammation, swelling and irritation in your nose.
About Beclometasone Nasal Spray
What is Beclometasone?
Contains the active ingredient beclomethasone dipropionate, a steroid with anti-inflammatory properties.
How does it work?
It works in a number of different ways including helping to treat a runny or itchy nose, and also clears nasal congestion and sinus discomfort.
The spray can also help to provide relief from watery, itchy or red eyes, as well as sneezing while remaining non-drowsy.
Benefits of Beclometasone
Hayfever can be an all-encompassing condition that feels like there’s no relief from it. Whichever symptoms trouble you (some people find that their eyes are more affected while others find that it’s their nose), beclomethasone can help.
Working to relieve 8 different hayfever symptoms, the spray is easy to use and the bottle contains 100 sprays.
How to use Beclometasone
Before using the spray, make sure you read the enclosed information to understand how to use it properly.
Gently shake the bottle, insert it into the nostril and spray. This product should only be used in the nose and should not be sprayed anywhere else (particularly the eyes or mouth).
For adults aged 18 years and over, spray twice into each nostril every morning and evening. Once your symptoms have improved, you may be able to reduce this dosage to one spray (in each nostril) every morning and evening.
How do I buy Beclomethasone online?
You can safely buy beclomethasone online at Access Doctor after completing a short health evaluation. Our prescribers will then approve the order and our pharmacy team will then swiftly process the prescription and arrange delivery.
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