Snufflebabe Room Vapour Oil

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Product description

Sometimes, when suffering with a blocked, stuffy nose, your baby needs a little helping hand with their breathing. With its natural decongestant, antiseptic and antibacterial properties, this gentle blend of lemon, pine and tea tree essential oils can help when used in baby's room.

Suitable from Birth

How to Use

Use from birth as a room vapour: Just add a few drops to a bowl of warm water or to a damp cloth over a radiator. Use from 3 months: As well as using as a room vapour, 1-2 drops can be used In the Snufflebabe Inhaler Dummy.

Hazards and Cautions

Do not put drops in nose or mouth.

Avoid contact with child's clothing, skin and eyes.

Keep out of reach and sight of children.

Ingredients

lemon, pine and tea tree essential oils Contains allergens: Linalool, Citral, Limonene.

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Snufflebabe Room Vapour Oil

2477084

4.83 out of 5 based on 6 user reviews Baby & child allergy & hayfever

£7.29 or 729 points

7.29

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This wonderfully refreshing Vapour Oil contains 100% natural essential oils that release soothing vapours to help your baby breathe clearly.

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