Why Choose a Spray?

Our throat sprays are designed to deliver sore throat relief. Ultra Chloraseptic contains a local anaesthetic called benzocaine. When sprayed on the back of the throat (where it feels scratchy, painful or uncomfortable to swallow) it provides a numbing effect in seconds. This can ease painful sore throats, allowing you to get on with your day as normal.

Viruses such as colds and flu can cause sore throats. One of the advantages of using an anaesthetic throat spray is that it targets this specific area, providing pain relief where it’s needed – and fast. Our gentle anaesthetic spray provides targeted relief within seconds. The swivel head applicator helps ensure precision when applying.

How to use our Throat Spray

Ultra Chloraseptic is designed to be quick and easy to use. Simply pull out your pocket-sized throat spray for sore throat relief in a matter of seconds. Take a look below for a quick guide on how to use our anaesthetic throat sprays. Each bottle also comes with its own handy instructions, so make sure you read through those carefully before use.

  • Step 1: Take the protective cap off the bottle and twist the head 180°. Now your spray is ready to use.

    Step 1: Take the protective cap off the bottle and twist the head 180°. Now your spray is ready to use.

  • Step 2: For a brand new bottle or one that hasn’t been used since your last cough or cold, spray three times away from your face to activate the pump.

    Step 2: For a brand new bottle or one that hasn’t been used since your last cough or cold, spray three times away from your face to activate the pump.

  • Step 3: Grip the bottle in your hand, with your index finger on the pump.

    Step 3: Grip the bottle in your hand, with your index finger on the pump.

  • Step 4: Open your mouth a little and point the nozzle towards the back of your throat. The nozzle should be just inside your mouth.

    Step 4: Open your mouth a little and point the nozzle towards the back of your throat. The nozzle should be just inside your mouth.

  • Step 5. Hold your breath and press down on the pump to spray into the back of the throat. Do not exceed the dosage on the labelling (three sprays for those aged 13 and over, one spray for those aged 6-12).

    Step 5: Hold your breath and press down on the pump to spray into the back of the throat. Do not exceed the dosage on the labelling (three sprays for those over 12 years old, one spray for those aged 6-12).

Points to Remember

Ultra Chloraseptic is easy to use, but you should still bear the following in mind:

  • Avoid eating and drinking while your throat still feels numb.
  • If you have been using your throat spray for three days in a row and you still have a sore throat, consult your doctor or pharmacist. Remember that throat spray is designed to relieve the pain of a sore throat, not to treat the cause of it.
  • Avoid using Ultra Chloraseptic if you have breathing difficulties, severe trouble swallowing, or if you have an allergy to local anaesthetics such as benzocaine. It is also not suitable for use if you are pregnant, breast-feeding or have a rare blood condition called methemoglobinemia.
  • Children (aged 6-12) should be supervised at all times when using throat sprays. They aren’t suitable for use for children under six years old.
  • If you accidentally spray in or around your eyes, rinse immediately with cool water.