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NOSA menthol plugs

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NOSA menthol plugs is a discreet and refreshing nose plug that efficiently reduces bad odor without affecting your breathing capacity.

The unique design enables the user to breathe normally through the product while at the same time reducing bad smell with a fresh menthol fragrance. The fresh scent of menthol also gives a refreshing feeling when you have a cold.

Bad odor

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Cold/Congestion

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UNIQUE DESIGN

Years of product development resulted in a patented design that:

  1. Reduces bad smell
  2. Is easy to breathe through
  3. Is discreet and comfortable
  4. Innovative lamella design
  5. Fresh menthol fragrance

Parosmia

 

Parosmia is a condition where the normal perception of smells has changed. For many people affected by it, pleasant smells can become unpleasant and even overwhelming.¹

Parosmia can affect the quality of life of those affected in more ways than one. Parosmia has been shown to cause frustration, and in some cases anxiety depending on the severity.²

NOSA has gotten positive feedback from several customers that suffer from Parosmia, stating that NOSA menthol plugs have helped them immensely.

NOSA menthol plugs - Parosmia

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Parosmia is a condition where the normal perception of smells has changed. For many people affected by it, pleasant smells can become unpleasant and even overwhelming.¹

Parosmia has been shown to be one possible symptom from Covid-19. Many Covid-19 patients first experienced the loss of taste and smell, but most of them recover from this condition. However, new data from studies performed on post-covid patients suggests that there is an additional long-term symptom of the condition called Parosmia. Many with parosmia struggle daily with “normal” smells like coffee, flowers, or food. The altered smell of these things have been reported to have changed so drastically that they are now perceived unpleasant. The altered smells can now be rotten eggs, garbage- or ammonia.²

Parosmia existed before Covid and can be caused by other things, such as respiratory infections, seizures or brain tumors. Even though Parosmia is not seen as an urgent symptom of Covid-19 in relation to symptoms like heart problems or respiratory illness, it is still problematic and causes suffering for those affected.²

Smell is important to enjoy food and to reawaken memories and feelings. For example, the smell of your grandma´s perfume, Christmas Eve, or your pet.²

Smell is also one of the special senses that monitor our environment by sensing danger, to help us escape from dangerous situations.³

Parosmia can affect the quality of life of those affected in more ways than one. Parosmia has been shown to cause frustration, and in some cases anxiety depending on the severity.²

Parosmia is often resolved on its own with time, but there are things you could do to help your sense of smell. One of them is Smell training, also called olfactory training.4

The training should include a schedule of sniffing a group of different scents, 20 seconds per scent, twice a day, for at least 3 months. Use the same scents for a longer period of time during the training. When choosing scents, try to include many different qualities such as fruity, spicy, flowery, and resinous. A tip is to choose scents that you used to enjoy or that used to bring back memories. It is recommended to switch scents after 12 and 24 weeks of training.4

Besides training, patients with Parosmia can also feel the need to address the unpleasant odors when they occur in their everyday life. There are several ways to block odors around you, but one effective and discreet way is to use NOSA menthol plugs. The menthol fragrance blocks the unpleasant odor in your environment, and instead fills your nose with a refreshing menthol fragrance. Additionally, the little plug is easy to breathe through and is almost invisible to your environment.

I want to thank you for the incredible product. Iv’e been suffering from Parosmia and needed something to help with everyday smells. You have greatly improved my quality of life. Thank you!
Kendal, US

I want to thank you greatly for the menthol plugs product. I am suffering from Parosmia after my COVID infection last fall, and there are a ton of common smells that are very offensive to me. I recently purchased two 7x packages of the NOSA menthol plugs, and they’ve really given me back a lot of freedom. I can just slip a pair in whenever there’s an unpleasant smell, and I can mostly continue with my day! So THANK YOU!
Barrette, Canada

Usage

  • Put the product in your nose and adjust until it feels comfortable.
  • The product disposable and can be used up to 8h.
  • Don’t use if irritation or discomfort occurs.
  • After usage, throw the product the plastic recycling.

Customer References

Read about what our customers think about NOSA odor protection

I only promote products that I love very much. This is a product that I use almost every week at work. It helps me stay focused and it keeps my head in the game.

Almaz, Law enforcement officer, The Netherlands

I just wanted to let you know your odor protection nose plugs are amazing!  They are hard to find in Oregon and no one seems to know about them. I have been telling everyone. Thanks for making my job less smelly!
Melissa, US

I’m very sensitive to odors and I’ve always felt worried for encounters with patients. When NOSA menthol plugs came in to my life and I could pay attention to the most important thing, create a caring relation with the patient.

 

Michelle, Nurse, Sweden

I found them easy to wear, light and comfortable. They really did help and did exactly what they were supposed to do. Yes, I intend to continue to use them when required and have and will recommend them to others.

 

Paula, Police Durham UK

¹ NIDC, ”Paromsia”, 2022
² University of Utah, Office of Public Affairs, “Paromsia after covid-19: What is it and how long will it last?”, 2021
³ Frontiers in Neurology, Paromsia and Neurological Disorders: A neglected Association, 2020
 4Healthline, ”Parosmia after Covid-19: What to know”, 2021