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Nicotinell Nicotine Lozenge Stop Smoking Aid 1 mg Mint Sugar Free 204 Pieces Lozenges

Nicotinell

  • £20.34


Nicotinell Nicotine Lozenge Stop Smoking Aid 1 mg Mint Sugar Free 204 Pieces



Product Details

Style Name: Lozenges
Size: 204 Pieces
Brand: Nicotinell
MPN: Does not apply
UPC: Does not apply
EAN: Does not apply

  • Units: 204 each
  • Location Produced In: Switzerland
  • Brand: Nicotinell
  • Shipping Weight: 299 g
  • Date First Available: 22 Jan. 2018
  • The UK's lozenge to quit smoking, nielsen, total coverage, volume sales w/e 07/10/2017
  • Nicotine craving relief in a fresh mint flavour
  • Use in social situations when chewing gum isn't possible
  • Helps you stop smoking
  • The Nicotinell product range includes TTS patch, medicated chewing gum and lozenge, stop smoking aid; requires willpower; contains nicotine and always read the label

Style Name:Lozenges | Size:204 Pieces Why Nicotinell: Nicotinell nicotine lozenge helps to quit smoking by relieving five withdrawal symptoms of quitting - anxiety, frustration, restlessness, irritability and cravings.Lozenge range: Nicotinell nicotine lozenges are a stop smoking aid available in a sugar free mint flavour and 1 mg and 2 mg strengths.Which strength: If you smoke less than 20 cigarettes per day, consider Nicotinell 1 mg lozenges; smokers of more than 20 cigarettes per day should consider Nicotinell 2 mg lozenges.When to use: Use Nicotinell nicotine lozenges to help relieve nicotine cravings and to help you quit smoking.The Nicotinell product range includes TTS patch, medicated chewing gum and lozenge; stop smoking aid; requires willpower; contains nicotine; always read the label.How to use Nicotinell correctly : To get the most benefit from Nicotinell Lozenges, it is important to use them correctly. Remember, taking breaks between sucking is essential. If more nicotine is released than your mouth is able to absorb, you’ll end up swallowing it and not feeling the effects. If you feel an itchy sensation in your throat, burning in your stomach or experience hiccups or gas, then you should take longer breaks.


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