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NICORETTE® QuickMist®

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Want to Quit Smoking Gradually?

Learn how to break quitting into manageable steps. You can reduce the number of cigarettes you smoke, while managing cravings and withdrawal symptoms with NICORETTE® Gum.

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Ready to Quit Smoking Completely?

Learn how to stop smoking all at once, while using NICORETTE® to manage your cravings and withdrawal symptoms. By stopping smoking for the first week, you’re 9x more likely to quit for good.

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2 months 2 weeks ago

Best for those pesky cravings

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Gender: Female
Age: 25-34
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Been trying to quit smoking for 2 years with the combination therapy. Unfortunately i live with people who smoke (care facility) so i find slips are all too common. The cost of Nicotine Replacement Therapy like the Quick Mist, Nicoderm Patches should be much cheaper and the provincial government should cover the cost of these medications. Many people can not take the medication that is covered by both the Government and insurance companies. One month of patches costed me almost $170.00. Obviously I will pay the money for better health but sadly it is not a option for many people especially those who have high housing costs, pay for child care, don’t qualify for private health coverage etc. It would be great if Nicorette was able to offer these products at a reduced cost for people in financial and medical need, partnerships with Ontario Community Health Centers, especially ones that work with the most vulnerable of our society. These products work. I live in long term care and the pharmacy they use is the only place that we are allowed to get them from. The cost of the patches from them is $80 (approximately) for x7) when shoppers have them for $30 - $40. Having a partnership with the long term care sector would be a great idea given many homes are smoke free now and many residents come in needing NRT. Thank you for reading.
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wildcathockey17
Location: 
Toronto
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14 out of 20 people found this review helpful.
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2 months 3 weeks ago

A big help and support

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Product on Sale: Yes
Gender: Female
Age: 45-54
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I have been trying to quit for years. I tried the patch and quick mist a few years back. It helped but I was still having trouble. I also tried vaping, which worked for a while but i was still smoking some. 2 months ago i stopped vaping and smoking on the same day. I have been using the quick mist with no other aid. This time around i guess i was finally ready. It is working great! I still have some moments but overall i am very pleased with my progress and love this product. Never give up!!
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Kimby
Location: 
WETASKIWIN
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Response from Johnson and Johnson, Nicorette, Consumer Care 2 months 3 weeks ago
Hey there! Thanks so much for sharing your experience. We're so happy to hear that you've been able to find a solution and we'd love to hear more about your journey. Please give us a call at 1-866-311-5655, M-F 9am to 5:30pm ET. We hope to speak with you soon!
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6 out of 6 people found this review helpful.
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8 months 3 weeks ago

Best Decision

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Gender: Female
Age: Over 65
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This product is great did the patches through all the steps then went to quickmist. I had smoked for 55 years the only thing I find the mist to be very expensive and doesn’t give many sprays the the high price.
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Meganon
Location: 
Stratford
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22 out of 52 people found this review helpful.
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9 months 1 week ago

Healthy alternative?

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Product on Sale: Yes
Gender: Male
Age: 35-44
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I have switched back to smoking while being on quickmist but realized I don’t like smoking... so I’m back to quickmist. I honestly think it’s the healthiest option... nicotine dependence is STRONG... so it’s either I do this or overcome the addiction which is hard... I use one quickmist a week... so it’s more expensive than smoking probably.. unless you are buying a premium pack a day... but I’m happy to only have nicotine in my system, not all the other junk. It would be so amazing if this product was less expensive.
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AO80
Location: 
Sault Ste. Marie
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25 out of 30 people found this review helpful.
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1 year 1 week ago

Perfect Product

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Gender: Male
Age: 35-44
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I smoked for 20 years, and my first attempt at quitting was with QuickMist. I went cold turkey with the aid of QuickMist and it was incredibly easy with it. I would recommend this to anyone that will listen.
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McGarvey5366
Location: 
Saint John, NB
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29 out of 43 people found this review helpful.
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1 year 2 months ago

This product made it possible to quit

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Gender: Female
Age: 55-65
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I used the Quickmist for 4 months off and on with smoking and I use it when driving to avoid smoking in my new vehicle. It is by far the best product I have used from Nicorette. I have quit as of October 21st the only downside of the product is the cost. $44 each and it is actually less expensive to smoke, but eventually this will go away too. I try to pace to an hour each puff to help keep the cost down.
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Karin09
Location: 
Winnipeg, MB
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12 out of 16 people found this review helpful.
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1 year 4 months ago

Great product

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Gender: Female
Age: 18-24
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The first step to quitting is wanting too. Once you've decided you want to quit, quickmist is the NRT that has worked best for me. Ive tried using nicotine gum, the lozanges, and quickmist. I say its the best because it is the nicotine product that gets absorbed by your body in less than a minute; you feel your body relax quickly and is very convienient to carry around. The only problem i encountered was that it would make me nausious if i swallowed it before letting it absorb in my mouth. My solution: i dont swallow it anymore. Just keep it in your mouth for a minute or two and then spit it out.
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JenniferB
Location: 
Montreal, Qc
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Response from Johnson and Johnson, Nicorette, Consumer Service 1 year 3 months ago
Thanks for writing this review! We'd love to hear more about this, so please give us a call at 1-866-311-5655 between 9am and 5:30pm ET, Monday-Friday. Can't wait to hear from you!
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16 out of 81 people found this review helpful.
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1 year 11 months ago

Works like a charm

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Product on Sale: Unsure
Gender: Male
Age: 55-65
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Used the nicoderm patch for the full 10 weeks, then used the quickspray for additional cravings. Down to around 8 sprays a day, hope I can stop altogether soon. Why can't I buy this product in the USA? I spend 5mo in the winter in Texas and it's not available here. I order it through Amazon. Seems strange.
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Barry1953
Location: 
Winnipeg Mb, McAllen Tx
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27 out of 35 people found this review helpful.
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