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Snuffle Babe Vapour Rub 24g

Snuffle Babe Vapour Rub 24g
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Price: £1.95 (incl VAT)
Price: £1.95 (incl VAT)    
Snuffle Babe Vapour Rub - Inhalation Vapour Ointment - For babies 3months and over.

  • Eucalyptus Oil.
  • Menthol.
  • Thyme Oil.
Snuffle Babe Vapour Rub is a decongestant rub containing refreshing herbal extracts to help clear your babies' nose and chest. Often it can be hard to sleep when your nose is blocked and Snuffle Babe Vapour Rub helps to ease that congestion ensuring a good nights sleep for parent and baby. It can be used in children 3 months and over.

Directions for Use: Lightly rub a small amount of Snuffle Babe on to upper chest and throat. Alternatively Snuffle Babe may be placed in a tissue or handkerchief in the clothing or tied to the cot. Leave bed clothes loose so that beneficial vapours emitted may be inhaled during the night.


Product code: SNUF_BABE     Price: £1.95 (incl VAT)    
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