Sinus problems related to blocked nose.

How to break the vicious cycle of chronic sinusitis?

Because all cases of sinusitis are accompanied by rhinitis, and thus a stuffy nose, the term rhinosinusitis should be used instead of sinusitis.

Whatever the root cause of rhinosinusitis (which should be treated), RespiFacile® unblocks the nose and prevents the vicious cycle of chronic inflammation and infection that further impedes sinus drainage and thus worsens rhinosinusitis symptoms.

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What the press is saying:

"It's as if someone suddenly opened a window."

"It is the first time such a medical device has been successfully worn during a zero gravity surgery."

"The best in its category"

"RespiFacile® can be exceptional if you can carry it all night."

When sinusitis becomes chronic
1 in 9 people suffers from chronic sinusitis

Chronic sinusitis can have serious consequences.

Sleepless nights caused by a stuffy nose or a snoring partner can lead to fatigue in the workplace and can increase the risk of falling asleep while driving… Read more...

The elderly and the sick…
A stuffy nose can have serious consequences.

Nasal obstruction can take a heavy toll on a person weakened by age or illness as well as on conditions such as cardiac fatigue (weak heart).

Improving nasal breathing relieves the body of a portion of its respiratory effort and can thus prevent serious accidents. Read more...

Whether chronic or acute, a stuffy nose has various causes and consequences

Impaired nasal breathing can be linked to a host of chronic or acute causes such as colds, nasal septum deviation (deviated septum), allergic rhinitis, chronic sinusitis, rhinitis in pregnant women and high air pressure under an oxygen mask… Read more...

RespiFacile® is the solution
The most effective nasal dilator ever designed
  • RespiFacile® frees up the nasal passages and prevents the vicious cycle of the anaerobic ecosystem of congestion, which worsens chronic ENT infections.
  • Works immediately, even with a very stuffy nose.
  • Replaces decongestant sprays and their harmful side effects. RespiFacile® contains no chemicals.
  • Ultralight (less than 2 grams)
  • Reusable and therefore economical to use, unlike disposable nasal strips and decongestant sprays.
  • One size fits all: RespiFacile® features a patented triple-curve design that fits all adult noses.
  • Easy to use; RespiFacile® is as easy to place and remove as a pair of glasses. When RespiFacile® is removed, your nostrils return to their normal shape without any marks or distortions. Read more...

Top-Quality RespiFacile®
The most effective nasal dilator ever designed
How does RespiFacile® work?

RespiFacile® fits inside your nostrils and prevents your nasal valve from collapsing while you breathe in. The improvement in breathing is immediate and marked.

The reason is very simple: half of the energy needed for breathing is expended at this valve.


Meticulous research

Developed by a research team from the ENS de Chimie de Paris UMR 7045 CNRS, a prestigious Chemical Engineering School in Paris, RespiFacile® features a patented triplecurve design.

This design is the result of in-depth mechanical, biological and ergonomic research supplemented with morphology statistics.


Beta-Titanium: the very latest generation of titanium alloys

The molecular microstructure of beta-titanium gives it optimum biocompatibility and mechanical properties ideally suited to the human body.

This ultralight alloy, which is used notably in hip replacement surgery, ensures that RespiFacile® weighs less than 2 grams.


Silicone gel for optimum comfort

The pads are made of soft linear-polyaddition medical silicones for gentle contact with the skin inside the nose and ensure optimum comfort.

Made in Germany

Are you affected by any of these sinus problems related situations?

  • Facial pain (above your eyebrows, in your nose and cheeks, around and behind your eyes) that is easily mistaken for migraine.
  • Pain near your sinuses or on just one side of your face.
  • Constant nasal congestion (stuffy nose feeling) accompanied by a mild fever and general malaise.
  • A noticeable decrease in, or a complete loss of, your sense of smell.
  • You have to blow your nose often.
  • Your partner complains about your snoring and your restless sleep.

Sinusitis relief tips:

  • Blow your nose, one nostril at a time, 3-4 times a day even if you don't feel the need to.
  • Shield your face as much as possible from headwinds and protect your cheeks by keeping your head down.
  • Take a few minutes in the shower to massage your nasal bridge and the area of your cheeks immediately near your nose with warm water.
  • Avoid cigarette smoke, decongestant sprays and sudden temperature variations.