According to the company, applying 2-4 spritzes of mint-flavored SnoreFIX throat spray using its unique spray nozzle will deliver a patented, proprietary formula of natural ingredients, vitamins, essential oils, and herbal extracts exactly where you need it.

This will keep your airway hydrated and lubricated while you sleep and as a result, you could experience a “dramatic” reduction in the sound of your snoring.

SnoreFIX was developed by a board certified surgeon to provide fast, clinically proven noise reduction, without having to rely on surgeries or other intensive treatments. In fact, we’re told the formula was clinically shown to significantly reduce the sound of snoring for more than 75% of snorers the very first night.

And since the company promises it’s completely safe, it’s no wonder that we’re told more than 250,000 bottles of SnoreFIX have been sold.

Alright, let’s sweep all the marketing hype aside and help you decide if SnoreFIX has what it takes to make its way to your medicine cabinet—starting with how well you can expect it to work.

A Closer Look at SnoreFIX’s Ingredients

According to the manufacturer, SnoreFIX will help you wake up feeling refreshed with more energy. Will any of these ingredients get you there?

Purified Water, Glycerin, Oat Beta Glucan, Lecithin, DL-Alpha Tocopheryl Acetate, Retinyl Palmitate, Ascorbic Acid, Linoleic Acid, Pyridoxine NCI, Licorice Extract, Slippery Elm Extract, Prickly Ash Extract, Sweet Almond Oil, Hybrid Sunflower Oil, Polysorbate 20/80, Eucalyptus Oil, Lemon Oil, Peppermint Oil, Benozyl Alcohol, Potassium Sorbate, Disodium EDTA.

Of these, based on the available clinical evidence as reported by authoritative websites like WebMD and Examine.com, it seems only three might actively work to promote sounder sleep:

Glycerin and retinyl palmitate are common ingredients in moisturizers since they attract, well… moisture, thereby helping to lubricate the back of the throat where snoring often originates. Lineolic acid may reduce blood pressure, while slippery elm may reduce your sore throat.

But, while it’s positive that SnoreFIX is made without artificial colors or flavors, there doesn’t seem to be anything especially effective about the spray’s other ingredients.

Are there any potential side effects, though?

Will You Experience Any Side Effects With SnoreFIX?

While we’re told most of SnoreFIX’s ingredients probably won’t provide much more than throat lubrication, the good news is that related side effects are fairly uncommon.

In some instances, oat beta glucan can lead to bloating and stomach pain (as can lecithin), while retinyl palmitate can sometimes lead to sleeplessness, fatigue, dizziness, and confusion.

Keep in mind that the manufacturer specifically notes you shouldn’t “eat or drink immediately after using SnoreFIX, or use it in conjunction with alcohol or tobacco.” It’s also not intended for use by those under the age of 12, or those experiencing sleep apnea.

The Causes, Symptoms, & Side Effects of Snoring

Ever vibrated your lips before? Probably so, which you can do by keeping them close together and forcing air through.

Well, this is basically what happens when you snore. Instead of your lips, though, the soft tissue in your throat relaxes while you sleep, which then vibrates as you breathe in—and wakes up every living creature within a 5-mile radius, including your loved ones.

This is an admittedly simplistic example the airway resistance concept mentioned in the SnoreFIX commercial.

While snoring is sometimes silly and almost always annoying, it can also present some fairly substantial health risks, too. These include high blood pressure, inadequate sleep, fatigue, decreased blood oxygen levels, headaches, weight gain, mood swings,

What causes snoring in the first place? Like any medical condition, snoring can have many different root causes, including anatomy (such as obstructed nasal airways, poor throat muscle tone, deviated septum, etc.), stress, age, sleeping position, medications, and alcohol and tobacco use.

As we’ve already discussed, we’re told there’s not much clinical evidence showing SnoreFIX’s ingredients will do much to address these root causes. Based on price, though, is it worth giving a try?

SnoreFIX’s Price vs. the Competition

A 2oz bottle (about 60 days worth, with regular use) of SnoreFIX is priced at $19.95, plus free S&H. The company currently does not ship to Hawaii, Alaska, Guam, or internationally.

When checking out, you’ll have the opportunity to enroll in SnoreFIX’s recurring subscription program. Here, you’ll continue receiving a new bottle once every 30 days and charged $19.95 each time.

Regardless of which option you choose, all SnoreFIX purchases come with a 30-day money back guarantee, less S&H charges. In order to request one, you’ll need to call customer service at 866-226-6103.

How does SnoreFIX’s price compare? Searching online for other anti-snoring sprays, you’ll find that products making similar claims—although with different formulations—can be found for $10 or less. You’ll probably even be able to find several of these same options at local retailers, which could help save S&H to boot!

With these core facts in place, let’s put the puzzle pieces together for SnoreFIX.

Should You Buy SnoreFIX Lubricating Throat Spray?

Ok, to quickly recap: We’ve discussed how authoritative websites report that SnoreFIX’s ingredients (at least on their own) don’t seem to be clinically effective for reducing snoring, and that the throat spray is up to twice as expensive as some of its competition.

Now, let's quickly expand upon what we know so we can come to a conclusion.

What Do SnoreFIX’s Clinical Results Have to Say?

Based on the product’s name, you might be inclined to believe that SnoreFIX will fix (i.e. repair, restore, correct) your snoring. But according to the company’s double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical results, “Prior to receiving Snore Fix, patients snored with a group average of 80.21 decibels; after treatment with Snore Fix, patients' snoring level decreased by 12% to 70.38 decibels.”

While 12% admittedly might not appear very dramatic, the company goes on to explain that:

“Per noise reduction standards established by the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), 38.9% showed dramatic improvement (>10.1 decibel reduction), 37.3% showed significant improvement (5.1-10.0 decibel reduction), and 23.8% showed minimal improvement (1-5 decibel reduction).”

Lastly, it’s important to point out that the placebo used in this study was filtered water; not another product competing in the same space as SnoreFIX.

Does SnoreFIX Have Any Customer Reviews?

There isn’t a lot of online feedback for SnoreFIX; in fact, other than 4 Amazon reviews, there weren't any at all. With a 4-star rating, though, some found SnoreFIX easy to use, while others didn't experience much of a difference.

Isn’t SnoreFIX Formulated by a Doctor?

Dr. Glen Weissman is a board certified facial plastic surgeon who founded his Facial Plastic Surgery & Med Spa in Arcadia, CA. He’s also an active member of The American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS) and a national expert regularly featured on TV and in print.

Although it makes sense that Dr. Weissman would have addressed many patients’ snoring through his surgical skills, there’s nothing specific indicating that he has any kind of specialty training or specific experience treating the condition.

The Bottom Line About SnoreFIX:

As long as you understand that 1) SnoreFIX is only a temporary solution and won’t address the underlying problem, and 2) even if it works optimally, it’ll only reduce the level of your snoring by about 12%, then you might end up pleased with this throat spray.

On the other hand, if saving money is your primary focus, remember that you might find a similarly effective formulation locally, often at a much lower price.