This freebie was first published in 2007(!), but is still available as of 2023!
That sound you just heard was the ol' Reliability Train rumbling through town, bringing with it your annual reminder to sign up for this classic freebie! These two free Breathe Right nasal strips have been around for so long that I think we should induct them into the Freebie Hall of Fame. You'll get two extra clear nasal strips that provide instant relief and easier breathing during nighttime use.
Don't get too excited though, it's not as prestigious as it sounds. It's basically a space on my bookcase where I needed some color. It sits right between a broken clock and an old t-ball trophy. I was the only kid not to punch a teammate that year!
I was actually on a team the last time I wore one of these free Breathe Right nasal strips. These will come with two freebies and coupons – but you can also request a free $2 coupon here! Depending on your local retailer, you might be able to stack these and then get a carton of Breath Right strips for free or really cheap.
These adhesive holds take me back to high school on the football field. You should have seen me, I was a beast! Tirelessly running up and down the field and always hanging around with the tough guys was a recipe for instant popularity. It seemed like everybody knew and was talking about me, which always made me feel great. And the girls! Oh, the girls. They were always pointing at me and laughing – no doubt thinking of a hilarious joke I'd recently told in class.
I probably didn't need to wear full football gear to be the water boy, but people were always throwing good luck charms at me, like empty beer bottles. Sure, they hurt whenever they hit my head, but the more they threw, the faster I ran, and the more hydrated our team was! What great fans, huh?!
I never learn what happens if you wear ten Breathe Right's at once? Does that give you ten times the amount of oxygen you'd normally get? Don't worry, I plan on testing this out in the interest of science / filling a lazy Thursday afternoon.
Breathe Right Nasal Strip Actually Work!
Funny jokes aside, I've become a huge fan of using these while I sleep at night! I have a borderline case of sleep apnea and these work really well at opening up your nasal passages. I tend to use them most frequently during spring and summer time when my allergies act up with nasal congestion. I'm not a frequent snorer, but my girlfriend swears they help cut down on my snoring too.
It doesn't take long to get the hang of placing them on the right spot on your nose. They're made out of spring-like bands so much that when you put them on, you'll instantly feel airflow increase as your nostrils and sinus passages open! Once on, they're flexible enough to move around without falling off but they're sticky enough to last all night. Removal is easy and painless the next morning!
If you're having trouble, Breathe Right offers these tips for proper application.
The adhesive won’t stick properly to wet skin, oily skin, or moisturized skin, so be sure to thoroughly wash and dry your nose before applying.
No, really, we all have different nose types. Our strips come in two different sizes and strength levels, so make sure to determine which strip is best for you.
Position is everything
First, remove the protective liner to expose the adhesive. Then center the strip along the width of your nose with the tabs sitting just above the flaring part of the nostrils.
Gently rub the strip to secure it into place on your nose. Press down ends and rub gently to secure the Breathe Right nasal strip in place above your nostrils. It is normal to see slight lifting at the edges as it opens your nose. Take a deep breath. Better breathing begins now.
Don't worry, your free Breathe Right samples come with a complete instruction sheet with complete product details, tips, and positioning guides in both English and Spanish.
If you're still suffering from excessive nasal snoring while wearing only nasal strips and need stronger relief, then you may need to consult with your doctor for proper medications.