With what I’ve learned about SnoreZip, I would just feel unethical for telling you that SnoreZip is an awesome product that’ll definitely work for you.
Introduction – SnoreZip Stop Snoring Spray Review
According to the official website, SnoreZip is ‘a homeopathic formulation made of natural ingredients to treat snoring and its causes.’ It comes in the form of a spray, and contains what are hailed as ‘FDA approved and clinically tested herbal ingredients.’
I’ve reviewed a few other stop-snoring sprays in the past – but I’ll admit that this product caught my eye with its homeopathic label and natural ingredient list.
Natural products like this always get my attention because I’m really into naturalistic, alternative medicines and supplements – so I was pretty optimistic about it right from the start.
But it is any good? Does it really work?
Here’s what I found when writing SnoreZip review.
SnoreZip is technically a stop snoring spray that was designed to do several positive things to aid breathing and quality of sleep. It’s supposed to…
- Provide speedy relief from snoring through the removal of chest and nasal congestion (which, in turn, is supposed to make oxygen flow better into the lungs)
- Cleanse mucus formation and protect you from dangerous allergies, colds, coughs, and sinus problems
- Help to treat throat pain caused by snoring
- Provide an affordable remedy that can be carried with you and used anywhere
Of course, one of the biggest questions about this product has to do with its ingredients.
What’s in it?
When it comes to homeopathic solutions like this one, the official ingredient list makes all the difference.
In researching SnoreZip, I was able to find a pretty detailed ingredient list – so I’ll go ahead and post it here. I found this information on a different website, as the ingredients didn’t seem to be posted on any ‘official’ websites that I could find.
- Antimonium Tartaricum 200C
- Carbo Vegatabilis 12X
- Lung Porcine 6X
- Mercurius Corrosivus 200C
- Quebracho 3X
- Sticta Pulmonaria 200C
- Alcohol 20%
- Purified Water
As you can see, this is a rather unique and extensive collection of ingredients. Unfortunately, there isn’t time in this review to go through each one of them – though I would definitely recommend that you do a little bit of research on your own before ordering anything in the ‘alternative’ or ‘homeopathic’ categories. I’ll admit that I was a bit surprised to see Mercurius Corrosivus on the ingredient list. Anything related to mercury tends to scare me a little bit – mostly due to the fact that mercury is considered a potent poison.
But in doing my research, I realized that this ingredient, in small doses, is pretty common in the homeopathic world and not considered dangerous unless you take more than is considered safe – so for the moment, I really don’t see any reason to be alarmed by any of the ingredients on this list (though in fairness, I’m also not an herbalist – so doing your own research is definitely recommended!)
This product technically falls within the ‘anti snoring throat spray’ category.
I haven’t really seen any information regarding clinical trials on any website that I’ve visited while researching SnoreZip. Some of the ingredients have definitely been tested in clinical settings – but the product as a whole, as of right now, looks a bit unverified to me.
Is this product FDA cleared?
While it’s said that the ingredients in it are FDA approved, there’s no mention specifically made (that I can see, anyway) of FDA approval for this specific product.
Also, on SnoreZip.com, there is a very sketchy ‘FDA’ banner in bold, black letters, along the top of the page – with nothing to indicate that the product might be FDA approved. This seems pretty strange to me, and almost seems to border on dishonesty – so I wasn’t really impressed with it.
At this point, I was really beginning to have a negative opinion of this throat spray. Not being able to find out more about it and who made it really lowered the perceived value for me.
How does the product work?
According to snorezip.com, this product does several things to help assure a better, more restful night’s sleep. It’s said to increase the flow of oxygen to the lungs and break up mucus – which is, in turn, said to decrease snoring and promote easier, quieter breathing. The instructions tell you to apply the spray under the tongue three times daily – which is said to ensure that mucus is broken down in the upper part of the throat, thereby decreasing incidences of snoring.
What are actual customers saying?
As far as my research into customer feedback was concerned (a lot of it was done on Amazon.com in the customer review section), one of the most common reviews given about this product was simply that it didn’t work. Some people did report positive results, and some people seemed to really like it – but I also have to say that the vast majority of people seemed disappointed. Here is a short quote from Amazon:
I have gone through the entire bottle and followed the directions and it has not made any difference in my sleeping.
What you can expect
If this product is going to work for you, then you should definitely begin to notice a difference in the quality of your sleep within the first week.
Does this brand stack up against the competition?
Unfortunately, I don’t really feel like this brand stacks up much against most other stop-snoring products. It’s true that it is homeopathic – but at the same time, it’s been a long time since I’ve researched a product with such a negative-to-positive review ratio.
Key differences between this product and ‘typical’ solutions
The main difference between this product and other similar solutions is that this product is considered homeopathic – whereas most others aren’t.
Is a prescription or doctor involvement needed?
No, you won’t need a prescription or a doctor’s involvement to buy or use this product.
Pros and Cons
Here are the basic pros and cons that I discovered while researching the SnoreZip.
- It’s convenient to take with you and use anywhere
- It contains a lot of natural, homeopathic ingredients
- Most of the ingredients have been shown to help with various different health and wellness issues
- On the official product website, you can sign up to receive a free bottle to try it out
- The ‘FDA approval’ issue seems a bit misleading
- The overall marketing layout for this product seems a bit ‘sales-y’ and ‘sketchy’ to me
- The majority of the customer reviews that I’ve looked at have been negative
- I just didn’t feel incredibly good about this product – in almost any sense of the word
I hate to give negative reviews, especially for a product that could potentially help someone. But with what I’ve learned about it, I would just feel unethical for telling you that SnoreZip is an awesome product that’ll definitely work for you. It might work for you – but it also really seems like the odds may be against this outcome.
Costs and shipping
You can buy this product for $24.55 on Amazon.com. Shipping varies by location.
The best place to buy this product is probably on the official product website, as Amazon.com might not ship this product internationally in every circumstance.
- Product type: Anti-snoring spray
- Clinical Studies: No
- FDA Cleared: The ingredients are FDA cleared – but it doesn’t seem like the product itself is
- Money Back Guarantee: You can get a free bottle on the official website to try it out
- Shipping Costs to Australia: Varies by location