Does Navage Really Work?

Does Navage Really Work?
3.25 (65%) 28 votes
Does Navage Really Work?
3.25

Does Navage Work?Along with the cold weather often comes some health issues and one of these can be sinus congestion. So will a product like Navage bring you some much needed relief?

Overview
Navage is a product that allows you to rely on nose irrigation for that plugged up nasal feeling rather than having to totally rely on nose sprays or medications. The difference is with this nose irrigation system you are relying on gentle suction to help remove some of the built up congestion in this area. With other systems you are required to push the saline solution through your nose. The Navage system still requires the use of a saline solution.

The Claim
The promoters claim that they are the world’s only nasal irrigator that uses gentle powered suction. They say it is clinically proven to relieve sinus congestion. They are indicating that with regular irrigating of your nose that you will end up breathing much better.

The Hype
They are focusing on the easy use of the Navage and the fact that it takes very little time to prepare it for use. Their buzz words are safe and convenient, fast and effective.


The Cost
You have to purchase the Salt Pod 30 pak which costs $9.95 in order to get the Navage for the price of $29.95. They are indicating that the normal price of the unit is $59.95. There is a price chart for the salt pods available in the promo material,which should be looked at carefully. The $9.95 price is only applicable if you are purchase in groups of 6 30 paks at a time.

The Commitment
The promoters are indicating that to get optimum results you need to use the Navage on a regular basis. You will find these indications in their explanation of nose irrigation, and it is evident in at least one of the testimonies.

Evaluation
Nobody enjoys having a stuffy nose, and a testimony to this is the significant sales that are made for other types of remedies for this problem.One of the most common and unpleasant cause of the stuffed up nose is sinus problems. In the past we talked about a product called Sinus Survival. Some people even end up with headaches as a result of their sinuses acting up.

Final Navage Review

We are going to give the Navage a Try/Buy rating. Not everyone likes the thought of nose irrigation. For those that have to deal with a stuffed up nose whether it be from sinus or allergies some are ready to try anything that could give them some relief and they prefer not to have to use medications for this. The one big factor with Navage is that you are restricted as to what kind of saline solution you can use in order to get the best results from the unit. It is indicated that it will only work with the Company recommended Salt Pods that they offer.

Our Recommendation
Any time that you are something with any type of health issue it is always first recommended that you seek out the advice of your health care provider. Once other potential problems of your stuff nose is ruled out by these professionals then you can discuss with them the merits of performing at home nose irrigation. If they approve then you may want to consider the Navage.

What do you think? Does Navage work or not?


Does Navage Really Work?
3.25 (65%) 28 votes
Does Navage Really Work?
3.25

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Bonnie June 2, 2015 at 1:01 pm

Please tell me where I can buy this product in Canada?

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Jess August 24, 2015 at 1:30 pm

You can purchase Navage at either Navage.com or Navage.ca

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Roberta January 18, 2016 at 9:18 am

I should have known from the few legit reviews and late night tv commercials it was a marketing pitch save your money

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David February 24, 2016 at 3:51 pm

I picked one up a couple of weeks ago… and I absolutely love this thing!!!! My wife was beyond hesitant to try it (she won’t even use the saline nose spray)… but with her current cold, she was willing to try anything. After only using it twice, she’s hooked!!! I honestly can’t recommend this device enough! It’s also way better than a “Neti Pot”!

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Lisa June 5, 2016 at 10:16 am

Amazing!!! If it’s not working then you are doing it wrong. This is the best thing since sliced bread!!! I wish it was invented sooner, so I didn’t have to suffer all these years with my sinus problems. I have never felt better!!! No more painful headaches, if I feel the pressure building I use it and it relieves it instantly. If my nose is stuffed, I use it and it clears me right out, and I only use it 2-3 times a week. Way better than any Neti pot out on the market, I’ve used them all. No more Flonase, I don’t need it. No more Claritin, only on occasion when spring pollen is high. I have never felt better!! To the person who invented this, you have changed my life for the better. Thank you!!! : )

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Marc T Hunter December 19, 2016 at 1:34 am

Where do you people get your information from? You said you can get the Navage for $29.95 with the purchase of 30 count salt paks for $9.95. I have searched, and searched, yet cannot find that deal any where. So could you please tell me where to get it at that price.

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Jack January 17, 2017 at 12:54 am

I’ve been using mine for a year and It really works great for me

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Carol January 19, 2017 at 3:28 pm

I like the navage, however I find it only works properly if my nose is clear. If I’m stuffed up the salt solution falls into my throat because it can’t get through my sinus passage. Apparently the suction is not strong enough it that case, For everyday use I really like it. I feel fresh & clean after using it.

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Melissa January 22, 2017 at 7:05 am

this company was started by a former shamed republican congressman who made crass trump like comments about a female news reporters breast size look it up

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Kris January 26, 2017 at 9:16 am

Not sure why that has anything to do with the usefulness of the Navage. Keep your politics to yourself, at least on this site. Why would I care who invented the Navage?! It works great! I finally have relief from my very touchy, annoying sinuses, that gave me more infections than I can count.

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Ted W June 19, 2017 at 12:06 am

This is junk all marketing mine lasted 6 mos that’s why it matters. If you want to waste 100 dollars and be forced to buy their ridiculously expensive salt pods than go at it I am not wasting my money.

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Charles April 24, 2017 at 11:34 am

I only had mine for a couple weeks and it takes some time to relax. It not only to relax but follow the instructions to breathe. I’m enjoying mine and it was cheaper to purchase direct than from other sites. That also includes the salt packs. 5Stars for me in two weeks.

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Does Navage Really Work?
3.25 (65%) 28 votes
Does Navage Really Work?
3.25