Is Xylitol Nasal Spray Safe for Infants

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You might be wondering how to clear a baby’s nose? Babies are much more sensitive than adults or even children, so can the same practice be used? According to the best and safe way to clear a baby’s nose is with a saline nasal spray. Dr. Lon Jones, a family physician in Texas switched to using one with xylitol because the saline was not helping to prevent his own sinus issues nor any of the ear infections he saw in his patients. He began using the xylitol because Finnish doctors showed that chewing gum sweetened with xylitol prevented many chronic ear infections. 

Kid’s Xlear Nasal Spray – The only saline nasal spray with xylitol for Infants

Researchers found that Xylitol helped prevent the attachment in the nose of the bacteria that cause most ear and sinus infections. Dr. Jones thought that putting the xylitol where the bacteria lived–in the nose–would be better than in the mouth. He used it on kids in his practice with chronic ear complaints and  more than 90% of the complaints disappeared. While a saline nasal spray is good, a saline nasal spray containing xylitol is a whole lot better. We recommend Kid’s Xlear Nasal Spray with Xylitol, the only saline nasal spray containing xylitol. It is a natural saline and xylitol solution that is safe for infants and toddlers.

The saline solution helps clear the allergens, bacteria, and other debris from the nasal passages. The addition of xylitol helps improve the effectiveness of the saline solution. Xylitol also helps create a layer in the sinuses that makes it difficult for debris and allergens to stick and cause inflammation, which in turn can increase mucus production and therefore create congestion.

Kid’s Xlear nasal Spray with Xylitol is a patented solution that reduces inflammation and naturally opens airways. The kid friendly bottle allows you to deliver a gentle mist when squeezed or dispense the solution in drops. It is a non-GMO, drug free formula that can be used as often as needed without the risk of rebound congestion or addiction.