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NICORETTE Inhalator

Clinically proven nicotine replacement therapy aid that provides the hand-to-mouth action of a real cigarette.


GBP 7.62 from £7.62
NICORETTE Inhalator
NICORETTE Inhalator NICORETTE Inhalator
  • Age Restriction

    You must be at least 16 years old to purchase this product.

  • How to use NICORETTE® Inhalator to help you quit smoking
  • Product Description
    • Held like a cigarette, so it keeps your hands busy
    • Replaceable cartridge releases nicotine to help relieve your cigarette cravings and nicotine withdrawal symptoms
    • Available in 4s or 20s
    • Can be used indoors

    Can be used on public transport including aeroplanes (we recommend that as with any medicinal product, you travel with the product packaging including the information leaflet which highlights that the product is acceptable to use)

  • Suggested Use
    1. Line up the markers of the inhalator’s mouthpiece and pull each end in the opposite direction.
    2. Insert one nicotine plug into the mouthpiece and twist the parts of the mouthpiece to close.
    3. Each cartridge will provide you with about 40 minutes of intense use. You can divide this time how you like. For example, you could use a cartridge for four 10-minute inhalation periods. Or you could use a cartridge for 10 minutes on waking and then for six periods of five minutes later on in the day.
    4. Remove the used nicotine plug from the mouthpiece by re-aligning the markers of the mouthpiece to open the mouthpiece.

    Ready to quit abruptly? Use the inhalator whenever you feel the urge to smoke, up to a maximum of 6 cartidges a day. Over time, you should need to use the inhalator less to control your nicotine cravings and withdrawal symptoms. We recommend gradually reducing the number of times you use the inhalator per day.

NICORETTE Inhalator

Clinically proven nicotine replacement therapy aid that provides the hand-to-mouth action of a real cigarette.


GBP 7.62 from £7.62

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  • Age Restriction

    You must be at least 16 years old to purchase this product.

  • How to use NICORETTE® Inhalator to help you quit smoking
  • Product Description
    • Held like a cigarette, so it keeps your hands busy
    • Replaceable cartridge releases nicotine to help relieve your cigarette cravings and nicotine withdrawal symptoms
    • Available in 4s or 20s
    • Can be used indoors

    Can be used on public transport including aeroplanes (we recommend that as with any medicinal product, you travel with the product packaging including the information leaflet which highlights that the product is acceptable to use)

  • Suggested Use
    1. Line up the markers of the inhalator’s mouthpiece and pull each end in the opposite direction.
    2. Insert one nicotine plug into the mouthpiece and twist the parts of the mouthpiece to close.
    3. Each cartridge will provide you with about 40 minutes of intense use. You can divide this time how you like. For example, you could use a cartridge for four 10-minute inhalation periods. Or you could use a cartridge for 10 minutes on waking and then for six periods of five minutes later on in the day.
    4. Remove the used nicotine plug from the mouthpiece by re-aligning the markers of the mouthpiece to open the mouthpiece.

    Ready to quit abruptly? Use the inhalator whenever you feel the urge to smoke, up to a maximum of 6 cartidges a day. Over time, you should need to use the inhalator less to control your nicotine cravings and withdrawal symptoms. We recommend gradually reducing the number of times you use the inhalator per day.

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Nicorette® contains nicotine. Stop smoking aid. Requires willpower. Always read the label. (12+ years).
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