A.Vogel Cough Spray - for dry tickly coughs

A.Vogel's Cough Spray reduces irritation, bringing about fast, effective relief for tickly coughs

  • For dry, tickly coughs
  • Antitussive (cough relieving)
  • Soothing
  • Concentrated formula
  • Non-drowsy & non-habit forming

A.Vogel Cough Spray contains the herbs mullein and marshmallow. It can be used to bring about rapid relief for dry and tickly coughs and is suitable for adults and children above the age of 4 years.

The spray works by creating a protective film layer in the throat with antitussive (cough relieving) and soothing properties. It helps to reduce the irritation in affected membranes and tissues.

30ml (in stock) £ 10.99

Product reviews

Cough Spray

Customer rating:

14th February 2019

“works effectively what more can you say”

Susan Tonge, Cherry Willingham

Response from A.Vogel: Thank you for the feedback.

Cough Spray

Customer rating:

22nd January 2019

“Soothing product, good service.”

Response from A.Vogel: Glad to read that our Cough Spray has been of help.

Cough Spray

Customer rating:

15th May 2017

“This was helpful when I breathed in a new in car air freshner”

Fiona Heaney

Response from A.Vogel: Pleased Cough Spray was on hand to alleviate the 'new freshener' symptoms.

Cough Spray

Customer rating:

12th May 2017

“Haven't used it yet but 5 star on the basis of other products that I have used.”

Response from A.Vogel: Do let us know your views when you use it.

Cough Spray

Customer rating:

5th May 2017

“I've found all Vogel products to be excellent ,I'm not familiar with this one so was delighted to try it and I was not disappointed.”

Elizabeth Watts

Response from A.Vogel: Fantastic comments. Thank you for passing them on.

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Did you know?

A tickly cough is technically termed as ‘non-productive.’ This is because, unlike a chesty cough, tickly or dry coughs typically bring up little to no phlegm.

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