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    Niquitin Clear 7mg 24 Hour (Step 3) 7 Patches

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    Whether you're a heavy or light smoker, NiQuitin Cq Patches can help you quit for good. They use unique SmartControl Technology to deliver a controlled and continuous stream of therapeutic nicotine throughout the day. This helps protect you from the cravings whenever they strike.

    Niquitin Clear 7mg 24 Hour (Step 3) 7 Patches

    £14.99

    The Niquitin Clear 7mg 24 Hour (Step 3) 7 Patches are a smoke quitting aid that can be used for both light as well as heavy smokers. These patches are developed with the aim to provide continuous nicotine dose to your body, hence helping you to avoid unpleasant cravings and urges.

    These products act as a temporary source of therapeutic nicotine which will gradually reduce your addiction of cigarettes to level zero. It used in the correct way, you are sure to be nicotine free by the end of this plan.

    Apply the niquitin patch carefully on any part of your upper body. You can start with step 1 of 21mg then to step 2 of 14mg and then to the ultra-mild version of 7mg nicotine only. Recommended to use once a day, these patches contains 7 mg of nicotine and ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer, polyethylene terephthalate, polyethylene film, polyisobutylene and printing ink, that helps you to escape your most scariest addiction.

    Apply one patch to the skin once a day, preferably on waking. Full instructions are given in the enclosed leaflet. Light smokers (less than 1 cigarettes a day) should start with step 2 (14mg) for 6 weeks and then step 3 (7mg) for 2 weeks. Stopping smoking straightaway is best for your health. However if you are not able to, you can also use Niquitin Clear patches to help you cut down on smoking, perhaps before stopping, or to help you stop smoking for short periods of time.
    Each 7cm patch, for application to the skin contains 36mg Nicotine, and delivers 7 mg of Nicotine in 24 hours Each patch also contains Ethylene/Vinyl Acetate Copolymer, Polyethylene Terephthalate, Polyethylene Film, Polyisobutylene and Printing Ink
    Dispose of patch carefully then wash hands with water only, as instructed in the leaflet.

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