Sinus Rinse Bottle

$ 14.99

✧ 8.5oz / 250mL of large solution container capacity.
✧ Additional 6.8oz / 200mL measuring line on the bottle.
✧ Patent pending dual valve design.
✧ Silver ion infused anti-bacterial silicone.
✧ Includes 20 FREE saline packets.
✧ Designed for Ease of use: Strong squeeze, light squeeze, it just works.
✧ Designed for Hygiene: With anti-backflow, keep what's out, out.

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Instructions and tips for using Sanvic’s Sinus Rinse Bottle:


  1. Check the sinus rinse bottle for any damages or any missing part. Open the lid and make sure all parts are securely installed.
    • Bottle x1, Lid x1, Nasal Tip x1, Valves x2, Tube x1
  2. Fill the bottle with warm saline solution. You can either premix outside the bottle or mix inside
    the bottle. Use the scale marked on the bottle. Make sure the powers are dissolved completely.
    • If using the Sanvic Buffered Salt (small) pack, use with 250ml/8.5oz of lukewarm water.
    • If using the Sanvic Xylitol pack, use with 200ml / 6.8oz of lukewarm water.
    • Use only boiled, microfiltered, or distilled water.
  3. Close and tighten the lid.
  4. Do a small squeeze to make sure the solution is smoothly flowing out and the temperature is
    right (lukewarm, your body-temperature).

Doing the Sinus / Nasal Rinse:

  1. Bend forward over a sink to your comfortable level, and slightly tilt your head down.
  2. Put the nasal tip snugly against one or your nostrils.
  3. Keep your mouth open and breathe through your mouth.
    • DO NOT speak or swallow during the rinse. If you need to speak or swallow, pause the rinse and remove the nozzle from your nostril first.
    • If there’s liquid draining out from your mouth, just relax and let it flow out.
  4. Squeeze the bottle gently to force the liquid into your nasal passage.
    • Try squeezing from the center or bottom half of the bottle, rather than the top half which is close to the lid because the lid is rigid.
  5. Because of Sanvic’s unique Anti-Backflow design, you don’t need to do one single big squeeze to force the liquid to flow through and drain out from the opposite nostril. Instead, you can do many lighter squeeze (or however you are comfortable with) to push the liquid continuously and gently into and through your nasal passage.
  6. Continue the sinus rinse until all liquid has been drained.
  7. Lightly blow your nose without pinching it completely shut to gently remove and the leftover liquid inside the nasal passage.
    • Pinching your nose entirely shut would put excessive pressure on your eardrums!
    • Do not insert tissue paper into your nostril, just gently wipe away the liquid that flows out.
    • Tilt your head side to side to expel remaining solution from your sinuses or nasal passage.  
  8. Repeat all steps for the opposite nostril.

After Rinse:

  1. Disassemble the bottle and thoroughly rinse them with running water.
    • Do not remove the two valves.
  2. Air dry the bottle and parts on a clean towel.
  3. Once dried, re-assemble and store in a dry, cool place.


Q: Is it normal for the liquid to drain out from my mouth during the rinse?

A: Yes. While most, if not all, of the liquid should be draining out from the opposite nostril, depending on how your head is tilted and how stuffy the sinus is, a portion of the liquid may drain out from your mouth.

Q: Can I do nasal rinse if my nose is completely blocked?

A: No, if your nose is completely blocked, as the liquid enters your nasal passage, you may begin to feel pressure on your eardrum as the liquid is unable to pass through to the opposite side of the nasal cavity. You should at least partially unblock your nose first before attempting to do the nasal rinse. You can try applying a warm towel onto your nose first.

Q: Can I do nasal rinse if one of my nose is blocked?

A: Yes, the liquid will be able to enter and rinse through the nasal cavity, make sure you place the nasal nozzle at the nostril of the side that is blocked. The liquid should only enter the nasal cavity from the side that is blocked, and exit from the side that is not blocked.

Q: Why is there a small amount of liquid draining out from my nostrils long after my finished the sinus rinse, especially if my head is tilted (ex. Going to sleep)?

A: This is normal, the liquid draining out is the liquid that was left inside your sinus during the sinus rinse, and the amount is very small.

Q: Is the Savic buffered salt packet for the Sanvic nasal rinse bottle different from the Sanvic Pulsatile Nasal Irrigator? 

A: Yes, the Sanvic buffered salt packet for the Sanvic nasal rinse bottle is packed smaller. It’s sold in a package of 20 packs; where the Sanvic buffered salt packet for the Sanvic Pulsatile Nasal Irrigator is sold in a package of 60 packs.


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