Keeping Breathe Right Strips in Place?

Breathe Right Extra Strength strips have been a life saver for me because I haven't been able to breathe through my nose for years and I have serious asthma. My only problem is after awhile the glue doesn't keep the ends down and that's a problem for me. Anybody know if there's maybe a liquid adhesive or something that will stick those ends down for the rest of the day or night?


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July 22, 20190 found this helpful

Use tape meant to secure adhesive bandages. A little bit will secure it.

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July 23, 20190 found this helpful

You can try to take a little piece of paper tape (the kind used to secure gauze pads and roll it to create a tiny piece of double faced tape and use that.

It is best to be sure your skin is totally dry before putting on the strips and they seem to stick better. If you take a shower at night, wait for 15 to 20 minutes before using them. That seems to help too.

If you sweat a lot (or drool--sorry to be gross) you may want to use pillow cases that wick away moisture and that also will help them to stick better.


I think the term I am looking for is microfiber pillow cases...they are soft, but they seem to stay dryer and cooler.

Hope this helps!

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