Afrin No Drip Severe Congestion (20ml, 2 PK.)

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Afrin NoDrip Severe Congestion

2 x 20 mL Bottles

From the Manufacturer


  • If you’re experiencing nasal congestion, whether it’s caused by colds or allergies, you can get fast relief.Afrin NoDrip Severe Congestion Nasal Spray starts to work instantly, and can provide up to 12 hours of nasal congestion relief with no drowsiness.

    It’s fast, powerful relief from nasal congestion.


    • Exclusive patented NoDrip formula
      - Won't drip down nose or throat
      - Targets nasal congestion and stays there
    • Provides instant, up to 12-hour relief from nasal congestion
    • Pump Mist delivers a measured dose
    • Maximum strength plus menthol
  • Did you know that allergies and colds share many of the same symptoms? Some symptoms in common are: coughing, sneezing, nasal congestion, runny nose, andfatigue.
  • As always, if you have questions regarding your symptoms, consult a healthcare professional. Below are a few signs that can help you tell the difference between allergies and a cold.
  • Allergies

    • Symptoms occur together
    • Symptoms may last weeks or months
    • Clear, thin, watery mucus
  • Cold

    • Symptoms generally appear one at a time
    • Symptoms usually clear within 7 to 10 days
    • Thick, yellow mucus*

    * Yellow mucus discharge could indicate an infection requiring medical attention.

  • Start learning about allergies here to help you understand your triggers and symptoms.

    What are allergies?

    An ‘allergy’ is a sensitivity of your immune system to something that is ordinarily harmless. When your body tries to get rid of the ‘allergen’ (foreign substance), you experience symptoms like sneezing, itchy, watery eyes, and a runny, stuffy nose. Typical allergens can come from pet dander, pollen, dust mites, and mold.

    Outdoor: Seasonal Allergies

    Seasonal allergies describe allergies that change with the seasons due to pollen from plants.

    These allergens can be difficult to manage because it seems like they’re everywhere and they’re difficult to avoid. For people with seasonal allergies, symptoms come and go with the pollination seasons of certain trees, grasses or weeds. Pollen levels from these plants can vary day to day, depending upon several factors, including the weather. High pollen levels can, in some people, affect the severity of symptoms.

    Indoor: Year-Round Allergies

    Indoor allergies can occur any time of the year and are caused by substances like dust mites, mold spores, or pet dander. These allergens can be difficult to manage, especially since they tend to exist in our homes year-round. Since you’re often indoors during winter, household allergens like molds, dust mites, and pet dander can be troublesome.