FLONASE® ALLERGY RELIEF—THE

EFFICACY OF PRESCRIPTION FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE,

WITH OTC BENEFITS

FLONASE® ALLERGY RELIEF—THE EFFICACY OF PRESCRIPTION FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE, WITH OTC BENEFITS

For patients who were well-controlled on a prescription and need OTC convenience, FLONASE® Allergy Relief offers the allergy relief it had as a prescription with the benefits of a branded OTC1-13

Same prescription strength, 24-hour relief

The #1-prescribed INS ingredient* for allergic rhinitis is available OTC—delivers the same trusted, prescription-strength relief1-14

Relieves the symptoms of seasonal and perennial
allergic rhinitis15

In addition to treating congestion, runny nose, sneezing, and itchy nose, FLONASE® Allergy Relief is the first OTC INS indicated to relieve itchy, watery eyes1-13

Recommended first-line, long-term

INSs such as FLONASE® Allergy Relief are recommended for initial and maintenance treatment of nasal allergies

 

First-line nasal allergy treatment: Allergic Rhinitis and its Impact on Asthma (ARIA) treatment guidelines, issued in partnership with the World Health Organization, recommend INS treatments like FLONASE® as first-line treatment for allergic rhinitis, calling them “the most effective drugs”2,16,17 

Long-term nasal allergy treatment: INS treatments are recognized as the most effective, long-term treatment option for allergic rhinitis†2,16,17

The Efficacy of Prescription Fluticasone Propionate
Delivered With the Benefits of an OTC

  • Availability: 750,000 retail outlets across the country sell OTC products18
  • Convenience: 93% of adults prefer to treat minor ailments with OTC medicines and 85% of parents prefer to treat their children’s minor ailments with an OTC medicine before seeking professional care18 
  • Independence: 70% to 90% of all illness episodes are addressed with self-treatment18

Prescription-Strength Fluticasone Propionate Available
OTC

Help your allergy patients make the transition to OTC
FLONASE® Allergy Relief

  • Easily accessible and convenient
  • No prescription hassles
  • Additional support, coupons, and educational materials for patients
  • Available in 60- and 120-metered spray bottles
  • Indicated to relieve itchy, watery eyes15

FLONASE® Allergy Relief
Drug Facts15

Active ingredient: fluticasone propionate

Uses: Temporarily relieves nasal congestion, runny nose, sneezing, itchy nose, and itchy, watery eyes

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FLONASE® Allergy
Relief Clinical Profile

Learn more about the FLONASE® Allergy Relief clinical profile, including efficacy, patient preference, safety, and more.

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RESOURCES

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PATIENT TYPES

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DOSING

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References

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