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Want to test natural nasal spray - Stérimar™ Baby? £300 voucher to be won. NOW CLOSED

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RebeccaEMumsnet (MNHQ) Wed 07-Sep-16 14:46:44

We’re looking for 350 Mumsnetters with a baby or toddler from newborn to three years to test Stérimar™ Baby Nasal spray (RRP £4.49) – a 100% natural sea water nasal spray which can be used to clear tiny little noses.

Here’s what Stérimar have to say about the product: ‘Stérimar™ Baby is a 100% natural sea water nasal spray specially designed to help gently clear and unblock little bunged up noses from birth. Its drug and preservative free formula aids natural breathing so you and your baby can sleep easy all night long.‘

Here are some details about the product, and you can find out more by visiting

-Clinically shown to clear and unblock nasal passages
-Aids natural breathing and helps prevent colds
-A gentle, natural sea water based solution to use from birth
-Preservative, drug and steroid free formula
-Can be used on a daily basis

Mumsnetters who are selected will receive the nasal spray in mid-September, and will then have two months to test the product. We’d then like you to give feedback on a thread and complete a survey about the product.

All Mumsnetters who are selected and give feedback as required will be entered into a prize draw, where one Mumsnetter will win a £300 Love2Shop voucher.

If you’d like to take part, please sign up here.


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SillyMoomin Wed 07-Sep-16 17:54:27

would love to, smile

YoureMyWifeNowDave Thu 08-Sep-16 04:00:14

Me please

3littlebadgers Thu 08-Sep-16 20:12:24

Ooh yes please smile

AuntieStella Thu 08-Sep-16 21:53:36

I don't have DC the right age, but just wanted to say that a friend told me about Sterimar last winter and I think it's brilliant stuff.

DomesticAnarchist Thu 08-Sep-16 22:21:48

Natural sea water? In my baby's airway? For a fiver?

I think I'd prefer nice sterile saline spray by calpol for £2.

This really baffles me!

RebeccaEMumsnet (MNHQ) Fri 09-Sep-16 11:59:56

Thanks for all your comments so far smile.

DomesticAnarchist - we have a message from Stérimar below:

Hi DomesticAnarchist

We appreciate your feedback but would like to reassure you that Stérimar is the UK’s number 1 GP recommended saline solution.[1] For over 40 years, the Stérimar product range, inspired by nature, has been offering effective nasal solutions designed to work in harmony with the bodies natural functions. Containing 100% natural, purified sea water, enriched with sea minerals and trace elements, the isotonic solution in Stérimar Baby has the same salt content as cells in the human body making it a gentle, yet effective solution. It has no preservatives or additives, is drug and steroid free, with no known side effects. Each bottle of Stérimar Baby contains 50ml of solution giving you more applications and meaning it will last longer.

We hope this helps
Team Stérimar

[1] GPRX data – nasal saline preparation – data from Jan 15 to July 15. UK Coverage

misseskimo Fri 09-Sep-16 17:50:53

I've been using the adult spray for almost 2 years now and swear by it for helping with colds! Was recommended it for nasal congestion whilst pregnant and have used it on all the family since. In fact I only just went out and bought another bottle last weekend, it's lasted that long!

DomesticAnarchist Fri 09-Sep-16 18:04:49

Maybe the amber necklace brigade will enjoy this...

scaevola Fri 09-Sep-16 18:16:56

I thought saline irrigation was pretty mainstream alleviation for the snot-ridden.

Sterimar's been around in mainland Europe for yonks, but if the Calpol people have started making it now and are undercutting them on price (sounds like same product, different guff) it might get tough for them.

Scotmum83 Fri 09-Sep-16 18:58:13

Yes please

lolamaiM Fri 09-Sep-16 20:19:20

Yes, I am happy to test this

AtSea1979 Fri 09-Sep-16 22:01:56

I don't have DC in this age category but I have used similar post op.

I am concerned regarding the salt intake for a baby. Surely they are far too young to be snorting salt water? As parents you do everything you can to avoid salt in their diet (I remember the hours of boiling chicken bones to avoid salty stock cubes!). Surely even a small amount of salt, especially used daily, is too much?

fuxxake Sat 10-Sep-16 00:05:19

Happy to try it

ohlittlepea Sat 10-Sep-16 06:11:58

Would love to. I think some of the Comments are a little unfair, salt water/saline is used in hospitals to clear secretions in endotracheal tubes...Isotonic saline is clinically useful..just because it has a natural source doesn't make it less so..

MummyFoxBlog Sat 10-Sep-16 08:30:27

Would love too!

Slartibartfarst Sat 10-Sep-16 20:09:04

I would like to test this please

eternalopt Sat 10-Sep-16 23:45:21

Happy to test. Awake with snotty baby right now - how quickly can it get here?!

ChablisPlease Sun 11-Sep-16 07:31:15

I would like to try this please.

wozzle95 Sun 11-Sep-16 14:24:03

This stuff rocks for adults. Not tried the baby spray but i can see it would be good

legfaced Mon 12-Sep-16 12:18:09

Yes please

RebeccaEMumsnet (MNHQ) Mon 12-Sep-16 12:32:18

Hi All,

Thanks for your comments - if you'd like to take part, please sign up using the link in the original post.


vincenta Mon 12-Sep-16 12:40:51

This is amazing stuff for baby, if you didn't tried it yet definitely apply! I bought it in my local pharmacy when I was desperate, my baby couldn't breath through nose, didn't sleep and couldn't eat abut this spray worked miracles and is best spray I ever tried for baby. It is pricey but it is worth every penny.

FreddyFireflyCanFeckOff Mon 12-Sep-16 19:29:52

Sterimar worked wonders for my DS.

We also tried Calpol and it didn't come close to Sterimar.

justhereforAIBU Tue 13-Sep-16 12:21:38

Yes please - my twins have already needed saline drops for bunged up tiny noses.

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