GoodSense® Nasal Decongestant PE 10 mg Non Drowsy Tablets

SKU# 29100m

GoodSense® Nasal Decongestant PE 10 mg Non Drowsy Tablets

SKU# 29100m
Find temporary relief for sinus pressure, nasal and sinus congestion by using GoodSense® Maximum Strength Nasal Decongestant PE.
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Sinus congestion occurs when the tissue lining in the nose becomes swollen. Find temporary relief for sinus pressure, nasal and sinus congestion by using GoodSense® Maximum Strength Nasal Decongestant PE. This product provides maximum strength, non-drowsy relief for nasal and sinus congestion, and sinus pressure due to the common cold, hay fever or other upper respiratory allergies. Stay hydrated, rest, and combat nasal congestion and sinus pressure using a decongestant like GoodSense® Maximum Strength Nasal Decongestant PE, Phenylephrine HCl, 10mg tablets. Take your health to the next level with guaranteed FSA eligible Over-the-Counter Meds.

Compare to the active ingredient of  Sudafed PE® Congestion.

Compare to Sudafed PE® Congestion active ingredient: Phenylephrine HCl 10mg.

The active ingredient in GoodSense® Maximum Strength Nasal Decongestant PE is phenylephrine HCl 10mg, a nasal decongestant, which compares to the active ingredient in Sudafed PE® Congestion.

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