Children’s Chloraseptic Sore Throat Spray

If your child is suffering from a sore throat, try our Ultra Chloraseptic Blackcurrant throat spray for kids. Completely sugar-free, it’s specially designed to relieve pain fast, acting in seconds to numb that pesky sore throat. The pain of a sore throat can stop your child sleeping, interfere with their studies and cause a great deal of discomfort. If you have a sore throat, you may be looking for a fast-acting remedy to give your little one some relief from the irritation and pain.

This is where Ultra Chloraseptic throat sprays can help. Our fruity Blackcurrant children’s throat spray won’t treat your child’s cold or flu, but it can soothe that sore throat in a matter of seconds. While their immune system fights off the bug, you can use this soothing throat spray to keep throat pain at bay. Our throat sprays help to make sure that a child is provided with some relief from throat pain during this recovery period. Our fast-acting soothing spray can be especially useful at bedtime, particularly if your child is struggling to get to sleep because their throat hurts.

How to use our spray

Our anaesthetic children’s throat spray is designed to be easy to use. Just one spray into the back of the throat (for 6-12 year olds) can be all that’s needed to ease your child’s sore throat. For teens, the adult dosage of three sprays can be administered. The active ingredient in Ultra Chloraseptic children’s throat spray is benzocaine, a local anaesthetic. Using the adjustable spray nozzle, the benzocaine solution is applied directly to the source of pain.

Parents of smaller children should apply the spray for them. However, Ultra Chloraseptic is not suitable for children under six years of age. All children using the spray themselves should be supervised at all times. Our children’s throat sprays have a clever child-safe design. Each bottle has a protective cap, and requires the nozzle to be twisted to an ‘on’ position before the spray can be activated. This prevents accidental use by curious tiny hands.

If throat pain persists, it can be used every two to three hours to help soothe and numb the affected area. You should not use the throat spray more than eight times in a day or for more than three days in a row. If your child is still experiencing throat pain after three days, you should seek medical advice from a doctor or pharmacist. If your child’s sore throat is accompanied by a headache, fever or feeling sick, you should seek advice from a medical professional.

Who Can Use Anaesthetic Throat Sprays?

Our sprays should not be used on any child who:

  • Cannot hold their breath while spraying
  • Has difficulty breathing, noisy breathing or severe difficulty swallowing
  • Has a rare blood condition called methemoglobinemia.

For older teens and adults – Ultra Chloraseptic throat sprays should not be used by anyone who is pregnant or breastfeeding. Avoid spraying anywhere but the back of the throat and if the solution comes in contact with your eyes, rinse with water immediately.

Active Product Ingredient

0.71% Benzocaine

Other Product Ingredients

Blackcurrant flavour Ultra Chloraseptic Anaesthetic Throat Spray: Ethanol, macrogol 300, propylene glycol, glycerol, cetylpyridinium chloride, flavouring (levomenthol), saccharin sodium, flavouring (blackcurrant), sodium dihydrogen phosphate dihydrate, sodium hydroxide, and purified water

I have always found this to be effective when I have a sore throat. Definitely recommend.

Claire Wainwright

Our anaesthetic children’s throat spray is designed to be easy to use. Just one spray into the back of the throat (for 6-12 year olds) can be all that’s needed to ease your child’s sore throat. For teens, the adult dosage of three sprays can be administered. The active ingredient in Ultra Chloraseptic children’s throat spray is benzocaine, a local anaesthetic. Using the adjustable spray nozzle, the benzocaine solution is applied directly to the source of pain.

Parents of smaller children should apply the spray for them. However, Ultra Chloraseptic is not suitable for children under six years of age. All children using the spray themselves should be supervised at all times. Our children’s throat sprays have a clever child-safe design. Each bottle has a protective cap, and requires the nozzle to be twisted to an ‘on’ position before the spray can be activated. This prevents accidental use by curious tiny hands.

If throat pain persists, it can be used every two to three hours to help soothe and numb the affected area. You should not use the throat spray more than eight times in a day or for more than three days in a row. If your child is still experiencing throat pain after three days, you should seek medical advice from a doctor or pharmacist. If your child’s sore throat is accompanied by a headache, fever or feeling sick, you should seek advice from a medical professional.

Who Can Use Anaesthetic Throat Sprays?

Our sprays should not be used on any child who:

  • Cannot hold their breath while spraying
  • Has difficulty breathing, noisy breathing or severe difficulty swallowing
  • Has a rare blood condition called methemoglobinemia.

For older teens and adults – Ultra Chloraseptic throat sprays should not be used by anyone who is pregnant or breastfeeding. Avoid spraying anywhere but the back of the throat and if the solution comes in contact with your eyes, rinse with water immediately.

Active Product Ingredient

0.71% Benzocaine

Other Product Ingredients

Blackcurrant flavour Ultra Chloraseptic Anaesthetic Throat Spray: Ethanol, macrogol 300, propylene glycol, glycerol, cetylpyridinium chloride, flavouring (levomenthol), saccharin sodium, flavouring (blackcurrant), sodium dihydrogen phosphate dihydrate, sodium hydroxide, and purified water

I have always found this to be effective when I have a sore throat. Definitely recommend.

Claire Wainwright

How to use our spray