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Habitrol Transdermal Nicotine Patch Step 1 21mg 28

Habitrol Transdermal Nicotine Patch Step 1 21mg 28

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Customer Declaration: I agree to use strictly as directed and if symptoms persist or if I suffer any adverse effects, I will contact my Doctor or Pharmacist. This is a "Pharmacy Medicine". By ordering this product I acknowledge that I have read and understand the information regarding the product.

Habitrol brand nicotine patch is manufactured by Novartis consumer health in Denmark. You are purchasing 28 patches which is indicated as 28 DAYS SUPPLY. The expiration date on each patch is always better than 1 year. Each patch contains 52.5 mg of nicotine. The nicotine release rate is 21 mg per 24 hours. Patch dimensions are 30 cm squared. 24 hour release nicotine patches.

Habitrol Patches are part of a carefully structured Habitrol support program including materials designed to provide you with information to help you stop smoking. Habitrol Patches, being a step-down approach will reduce your nicotine dose gradually, rather than stopping suddenly. The step at which you start the program will depend on how many cigarettes you smoke each day.

Each step has a specifically designed Habitrol Patch that supplies your body with nicotine over a 24 hour period. The dose of nicotine delivered through the patch decreases as you go from Habitrol Step 1 through to Habitrol Step 3. Habitrol Patches can help you stop smoking within 9 to 12 weeks. Completing the entire program will increase your chance of quitting successfully.


Apply one patch at the same time everyday, preferably on waking. Press patch firmly onto clean, dry, non-hairy skin, holding it in place for 20 seconds. Do not re-apply to previously used skin for 3 days. The enclosed leaflet provides full instructions on application. It is important to read and follow them carefully in order to ensure optimal adhesion of the patch.

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