Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions other than the below.
1. What are the benefits of the Rhino Horn?
The Rhino Horn has provided relief for people with hay fever, nasal allergies, nasal polyps and nasal congestion.
2. Is Rhino Horn safe?
The Rhino Horn is made from High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) which is used in everyday items such as bottle caps, refillable bottles, watering cans, and a whole list of other items. HDPE does not rust like other metal Neti Pots on the market and will not break if broken like the porcelain variants. HDPE is also microwave and dishwasher safe.
3. How often can I use the Rhino Horn?
Heavy users apply the Rhino Horn twice daily. Once in the morning to remove any buildup overnight and once in the evening to to make for more comfortable breathing whilst sleeping.
4. Does it hurt?
The Rhino Horn uses gravity to naturally run the water through the nasal passage. The thought of water passing through the nose may put off first time users but there is no discomfort in the process.
5. Does water run down my throat?
If you have followed the instructions correctly, the water will flow through one nostril and out the other with no water running down your throat.
6. How is the Rhino Horn different from other nasal irrigation devices?
We at Rhino Horn Asia recognise that there are other nasal irrigation devices such as syringes or squeezable bottles. However, these devices require the users to apply pressure to force water through the nasal passages. The misuse of force, timing or direction could all cause pain and discomfort to the user, maybe even injury. The Rhino Horn uses gravity to flow the water through the nasal passage so there is no discomfort and you know that the correct pressure is being applied every time you use it.
7. Do you ship outside of Hong Kong?
Yes we primarily ship to Japan, China, Singapore, Malaysia and Taiwan. We will also ship to other countries if there is not already a dedicated supplier in place.
8. I want to become a stockist, what should I do?
Please contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.