Try something new: the Nessu hankies you know and love have now been folded into an even smaller pocket pack!
In honour of the Nessu anniversary year 2013, Lotus is introducing a new Nessu product to Finnish markets: Nessu Compact Pocket-Size hankies are familiar, gentle, four-ply Nessu pocket-size hankies folded into even smaller mini-pocket packs.
Currently available retail packages contain six compact pocket-size packs, with eight handkerchiefs in each.
made in Finland
in cooperation with the Allergy and Asthma Federation
Lotus Nessu Sensitive hankies are the softest of soft Nessu tissues
Lotus Nessu Sensitive hankies are the softest of soft Nessu tissues: they alleviate irritation of the skin around the nose during those periods when frequent use is necessary. Now also available in handy pocket size. Small packaging is easy to take anywhere. Available in a package of 6 x 10 sheets.
Finnish favorite Lotus Nessu is now available in a convenient and hygienic box.
Finnish favorite Lotus Nessu is now available in a convenient and hygienic box. The package contains 80 pieces of 4-layer, extra soft and hygienic handkerchief. The product is also dermatologically tested and is suitable for even the most sensitive skin
Disposable tissue is the most effective weapon against the spread of influenza.
Paper is a clean and safe raw material for tissues and other hygiene products. Paper tissue is not only the most effective tool for relieving the symptoms of a cold and alleviating discomfort, but also for preventing the spread of the flu.
There are many strains of flu virus. The flu spreads either through physical contact or through air-borne droplets. The nasal drip of an influenza patient includes large amounts of virus, and, after blowing their nose, the patient may spread it from their hands directly to another person or to any surfaces they touch. Sneezing or vigorously blowing one’s nose can also spread the virus through the air and pose a contagion risk to those nearby.
When sneezing or coughing, prevent the spread of the resulting droplets by covering your mouth or nose with a disposable tissue.
Discard the tissue immediately rather than leaving it stuffed in your pocket or bag.
Remember to wash your hands after blowing your nose – actually as often as possible during flu season.
It also makes sense to choose the right kind of tissue. During flu season, tissues get heavy use, so the skin around the nose may become irritated. It is better not to compound the symptoms by using a tissue that increases irritation.