Bayer Extends Afrin Line With First OTC Oxymetazoline Spray In US For Children Under 6
Children’s Afrin regular and no-drip formulations reach US stores with consumers having choices between dozens of oxymetazoline nasal sprays available under an FDA OTC monograph. But products indicated for children was limited to one, Mucinex Childrens Stuffy Nose, and it’s for children 6 and up.
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