CNS said the product is a small, disposable, adhesive strip, which, when placed over the center of the nose like a bandage, exerts a gentle lifting force that opens the nasal passages. The company listed a variety of problems its product can be used for, including: seasonal and perennial allergies, snoring, deviated nasal septum and congestion during pregnancy.
The company said it began trade advertising in June. The trade advertising will run through at least 1995 and consumer advertising will begin in September.
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. -- General Therapeutics here has introduced Old Western Thoroughbred Shampoo and Thoroughbred Leave-in Conditioner for Mane, Tail and Body.
Both products, which the company said capitalize on the trend of horse-care products for human use, are available in 16-ounce and 32-ounce plastic bottles. The products are packed 12 pieces per shipping carton.