Nicorette invisi patch offers 16 hours of discreet and effective relief from nicotine cravings.
The patch is a once-a-day solution to help you quit or gradually reduce smoking over time, and contains 10mg of nicotine, which is released over 16 hours. The Nicorette Invisi Patch should be removed at night and provides craving relief when you need it most.
Discreet and simple to apply, the Nicorette invisipatch offers you the flexibility to quit on your own terms, in a way that suits you.
Each patch releases 10mg of nicotine, the active ingredient, over 16 hours.
Nicotine (10mg), Medium-Chain Triglycerides, Basic Butylated Methacrylate Copolymer, Polyethylenterephthalate Film (PET) Acrylic Adhesive Solution, Potassium Hydroxide, Croscarmellose Sodium, Aluminium Acetylacentonate, Siliconised PET Release Liner with Aluminised Single Side, Printing Inks.
Keep out of the reach and sight of children. Do not store above 25°C.
Preparation and Usage
Suitable for those who smoke less than 10 cigarettes a day
- Wash your hands before applying the patch.
- Each Nicorette Invisi patch comes in a child-resistant sachet which can be opened by cutting along the edge with a pair of scissors.
- Remove the patch from its sachet and peel one part of the silver aluminium backing away. Avoid touching the sticky surface of the patch with your fingers.
- Carefully apply the sticky section of the patch to the chosen area of skin. Peel off the remaining half of the silver aluminium backing foil.
- Press the patch firmly onto the skin with your palm or fingertips.
- Run your fingers around the edge to ensure it sticks firmly.
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- Do not take more than the recommended dosage medicine than the label tells you to
- If you are pregnant, speak to your doctor, pharmacist or nurse before use
- Do not use if you are allergic to any of the ingredients listed in the enclosed leaflet
- Consult a healthcare professional if you have serious liver or kidney disease, uncontrolled overactive thyroid gland or phaeochromocytoma
- If you get a persistent skin reaction, remove the patch and tell your doctor
- Not suitable for those under 12 years of age