Niquitin Clear 14mg Patch Step 2 7 patches
NiQuitin Clear Patches deliver a controlled and continuous stream of therapeutic nicotine around the clock, to help protect you from cravings whenever they strike. This is step 2 of 3.
NiQuitin CQ Original 14mg Patches (Step 2)
A continuous stream of therapeutic nicotine.
Whether you’re a heavy or light smoker, NiQuitin Clear Patches can help you stop smoking for good. They use unique SmartControl Technology to deliver a controlled and continuous stream of therapeutic nicotine around the clock. This will help protect you from cravings whenever they strike.
Step 1 is recommended for smokers of over 10 cigarettes a day for 6 weeks before continuing with Step 2 for 2 weeks and Step 3 for 2 weeks.
If you smoke less than 10 cigarettes a day, it is recommended that you start with Step 2 for 6 weeks, then move on to Step 3 for 2 weeks.
Following the step-down programme will let you gradually wean yourself off nicotine so you can quit for good.
For extra support talk to your GP or pharmacist.
Contains Click2Quit Stop Smoking Plan.
Each 15 cm² Patch, for application to the skin, contains 78 mg Nicotine, and delivers 14 mg of Nicotine in 24 hours. Each Patch also contains Ethylene/Vinyl Acetate Copolymer, Polyethylene Terephthalate, Polyethylene Film Polyisobutylene and Printing Ink
Apply one patch to the skin once a day, preferably on waking. Full instructions are given in the enclosed leaflet. If you need to use the patches for longer than 9 months (3 months for 12-17-year-olds) seek advice from a healthcare professional.
Do not use:
- If you are allergic to any of the ingredients listed on the side panel
- If you are a non-smoker, an occasional smoker or under 12 years old.
- If you are in hospital because of heart problems unless your doctor tells you to.
Consult a healthcare professional:
- If you have serious liver or kidney disease, uncontrolled overactive thyroid gland or phaeochromocytoma.
- Before use, if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
If you get a persistent skin reaction, remove the patch and tell your doctor.