VapoRub
VICKS VAPORUB
SUITABLE
AGE 2+
AGE 2+
RELIEVES
Cough
Cough
Nasal Congestion
Nasal Congestion
Body Ache
Body Ache
Sore Throat
Sore Throat
Muscle Stiffness
Muscle Stiffness
Chest Congestion
Chest Congestion
Your Mom used it. Your Grandma did, too. And her Grandma before her. Generations spanning more than 100 years have trusted Vicks VapoRub to provide relief from the common cold for the whole family. Today, it is Vicks VapoRub providing relief in 5 minutes for the whole family, preferably applied with mom’s healing touch, that your own loved ones rely on to drive away the flu season’s aches and difficulties… especially the Man Child.

When cold strikes, men revert to little big boys– and the only way to get your big strong hubby back is to lovingly nurse your Man Child with the secret remedy his own mummy used against colds when he was just a wee boy – Vicks VapoRub.

Available in four pack sizes: 5 gm | 10 gm | 25 gm | 50 gm

DIRECTIONS

Use as MEDICATED VAPOUR to relieve NASAL CONGESTION (For 6 years and above)
Fill a bowl with hot water (not boiling!) and add 2 teaspoonfuls of VapoRub. Let your sick loved one gently inhale the vapours to clear blocked noses and ease breathing difficulties. You may repeat this up to four times a day but discard bowl contents each time (do not reheat) & supervise the kids!

Use as RUB ON MASSAGE for temporary relief from DRY COUGH and MINOR MUSCULAR ACHES due to colds.
Vicks VapoRub contains cough suppressants. So if you want a very good night’s sleep for the whole troop, gently apply VVR on chest and throat before bedtime to silence coughs.

INGREDIENTS

Each 100g contains Pudinah ke phool 2.82g, Karpoor 5.25g, Ajowan ke phool 0.10g, Tarpin ka tel 5.57ml, Nilgiri tel 1.49ml, Jatiphal tel 0.54ml, Oinment base q.s.
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