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Looking for a better nights sleep? Why not look at trying Breathe Right Nasal Strips?To be honest with you, I always associated them with people that snore, but even if you "think" you don't snore, you might want to try these out! Read the article about snoring solutions if you are a snorer, or sleep next to one!
We were sent samples of the Lavender Scented Strips to check out and let me tell you, it is a bit weird (to me) how it works! It is this little strip, sort of like a bandage, but hard and not really "flexible" like bandages are. You lightly scratch the top, like a scratch and sniff sticker, and you are greeted with a lavender aroma. I did not think it was strong enough to be bothersome, but you do smell it, as that is the point of the scent!
I had a hard time getting it to fit on my nose. I will admit that I do have a smaller nose and most friends joke about it... so I was thinking that the children's size might actually be a better fit for me. Marc was excited to see them when they showed up in the mail and immediately put one on that night before he went to sleep. He woke up saying that he liked the way the felt and that the scent was a relaxing one. Since I did try it out ( I wanted to see how it worked) I will try and explain to you how it felt. The easiest way to explain it was to say that it felt as though the nasal strip pulled the nasal passage open (remember I said it was a stiff material.) It was not an uncomfortable feel, but it does take a minute to get used to it being on your face. In the morning, it was easy to just peel it off, like a bandage normally is.
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