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Nehemiah Manufacturing launches Saline Soothers


CINCINNATI - Nehemiah Manufacturing on Tuesdsay announced the launch of Saline Soothers, a solution for the 81% of consumers who are annoyed when they don't have the tissues handy to address a runny nose.

Instead, those consumers have to resort to other means to address their runny nose - according to a survey commissioned by Nehemiah, 41% resort to using their sleeves and 38% their hand.

"Colds and allergies can result in noses becoming sore and irritated," stated Justin Greiwe, allergist and immunologist and Saline Soothers spokesman. "Saline nose wipes like Saline Soothers provide soothing moisture without irritation and the sterile saline dissolves mucus to help gently clean the nose, " he said. "They are made with natural saline, aloe, chamomile and Vitamin E, and are a welcome relief for cold and allergy sufferers."

So what else do Americans do when they have a bad cold?

While drinking a hot beverage and eating chicken soup are the most popular home remedies, almost half of the survey respondents (48%) indicated that they had used saline drops, nasal spray or rinse and 47% had tried to soothe their irritated noses with lotion, aloe or vitamin E.

Available in fragrance-free or menthol, Saline Soothers come in convenient re-sealable packages of 20 wipes, or multi-packs of three packages (60 wipes) that fit into pockets and purses. They are available in Walgreens and Rite Aid and are also available at for the suggested retail price of $2.99 for a single pack and $8.49 for a multi-pack.

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