Nozoil contains all three natural forms of Vitamin E (alpha, beta and gamma) and is available in two pack formats for your convenience (Spray or Drops).
Clinical trials1,2 have shown Nozoil effectively moisturises nasal tissues to prevent dryness and crusting.
Nozoil helps to shield damaged dry and crusty tissue from the drying effect of air1,2 and also helps to reduce the effects of inflammation which can occur in nasal tissue3. Nozoil does not evaporate quickly from the nasal tissues. Its moisturising effects can therefore last longer and this may help to relieve symptoms of dryness and crusting more effectively.4
Nozoil is indicated for the temporary relief of dry and crusting nasal tissue
Nasal tissue may become dry and irritated (sometimes causing nose bleeds) from any of the following:
- During and after a common cold
- While using medical devices which deliver air into the nasal passages (e.g. CPAP)
- While using nasal steroid medications
- In low humidity environments, e.g. air-conditioning, aircraft cabins
- After nasal surgery
- While using certain medications - e.g. the treatment of acne
- In older people - as a result of natural changes to the nasal tissues and also to shape of the inside of the nose
A diagrammatic representation of how Nozoil deflects drying air streams from dry and crusty nasal tissues.
Once healed, the tissues can function normally and produce a mucus blanket which shields delicate underlying tissue from drying and crusting.
Always read the label and use as directed. See your healthcare practitioner if symptoms persist
Where to Buy
Nozoil is available from all leading pharmacies throughout Australia. If your local pharmacy does not stock Nozoil, ask them to order it in (usually available by the next working day). Click here for more information about pharmacies that stock Nozoil.
- A randomized, single-blinded cross-over trial of sesame oil (Nozoil) for the treatment of nasal symptoms associated with CPAP. Feenstra J et al. Sleep Disorders Centre, Dept of Respiratory and Sleep Medicine, Princess Alexandra Hospital, QLD 4102.
- A randomized cross-over trial of inhaled nasal sesame oil (Nozoil) versus heated humidification versus placebo for the treatment of nasal congestion associated with CPAP. Rixon K, Tang T and Hukins C. Sleep Disorders Centre, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Woolloongabba QLD 4102.
- Vitamin E attenuates the injurious effects of bioactive phospholipids on human ciliated epithelium in vitro. Feldman C et al. European Respiratory Journal 2001. Vol 18 pages 122-129
- Pure sesame oil vs isotonic sodium chloride solution as treatment for dry nasal mucosa. Johnsen J et al. Archives of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery Vol 127,Nov 2001. pages 1353-1356