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Quick summary

Type of medicine

Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT)

Works by

Providing a controlled release of nicotine to reduce withdrawal symptoms and cravings during smoking cessation.

Active Ingredient


Effective within

Varies depending on the individual and chosen program, typically within the first week of use.



Side effects

Skin Irritation, Headache, Dizziness, Nausea

Medication details


NiQuitin Transdermal Nicotine Patches are a smoking cessation aid designed to help individuals quit smoking by gradually reducing their nicotine intake. These patches are available without a prescription and are a popular choice for those looking to quit smoking safely and effectively.

NiQuitin Patches are a type of nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) that delivers a controlled and consistent dose of nicotine through the skin. They come in various strengths to cater to different levels of nicotine dependency. These patches are discreet, easy to use, and can help alleviate withdrawal symptoms associated with quitting smoking, such as cravings and irritability.

When a NiQuitin patch is applied to the skin, it releases a steady supply of nicotine over a 24-hour period. This helps reduce the urge to smoke and eases withdrawal symptoms. The gradual decrease in nicotine concentration over time assists individuals in breaking free from the physical addiction to nicotine while avoiding the harmful toxins found in cigarettes.


Using NiQuitin Transdermal Nicotine Patches is a straightforward process. Follow these step-by-step directions for proper use:
1. Choose Your Nicotine Patch Strength
NiQuitin Patches come in various strengths, typically categorized as 21mg, 14mg, and 7mg, depending on your smoking habits. Start with the strength that best matches your daily nicotine consumption.
2. Prepare Your Skin
Ensure your skin is clean, dry, and free from any lotions or oils. Common application sites include the upper arm, chest, or hip area. Rotate the application site daily to prevent skin irritation.
3. Apply the Patch
Remove the patch from its protective packaging and peel off the backing, exposing the adhesive side. Apply the patch to the chosen area, pressing firmly to ensure it sticks in place.
4. Wear the Patch for 24 Hours
Once applied, leave the patch on for a full 24 hours. Avoid removing and reapplying the same patch.
5. Replace the Patch
After 24 hours, remove the used patch and apply a new one to a different skin area. Gradually reduce the patch strength as you progress through your quit smoking journey, following the recommended schedule on the packaging.
6. Complete the Program
Continue using NiQuitin Patches as directed by the packaging or as advised by your healthcare provider. The program typically lasts 8-12 weeks, gradually reducing nicotine intake.
Additional Tips
Refrain from smoking while using the patches.
Do not cut or divide the patches.
In case of severe or prolonged skin irritation, consult a healthcare professional.


NiQuitin Transdermal Nicotine Patches contain the following active ingredient:
Nicotine is the primary component of the patches and serves as a replacement for the nicotine obtained from cigarettes. It helps reduce withdrawal symptoms and cravings during the quitting process.
Inactive Ingredients
In addition to nicotine, the patches contain various inactive ingredients that facilitate the controlled release of nicotine through the skin. These ingredients are carefully chosen to ensure the effectiveness and safety of the product.
The full list of inactive ingredients may vary slightly between NiQuitin patch products. It is advisable to check the packaging for the specific formulation and any potential allergens.

Side Effects

NiQuitin Transdermal Nicotine Patches can cause side effects, although not everyone will experience them. It is essential to be aware of these potential side effects:
Common Side Effects
Skin Irritation: It is common to experience mild skin redness, itching, or a burning sensation at the patch application site. Rotating the application site and proper skin care can help alleviate these symptoms.
Headache: Some individuals may experience mild to moderate headaches.
Dizziness: Occasional dizziness can occur as a result of nicotine intake.
Nausea: Mild nausea may be experienced, particularly when using a higher-strength patch.
Less Common Side Effects
Sleep Disturbances: NiQuitin Patches may affect sleep patterns in some users. To mitigate this, consider removing the patch before bedtime.
Heart Palpitations: Rarely, individuals may experience irregular heartbeats.
Allergic Reactions: While uncommon, some people may be allergic to the adhesive used in the patches. If you notice signs of an allergic reaction, such as a rash or difficulty breathing, seek immediate medical attention.
It's important to note that the side effects are generally mild and temporary. If you experience severe or persistent side effects, consult a healthcare professional.


Before using NiQuitin Transdermal Nicotine Patches, it's crucial to be aware of certain warnings and precautions:
1. Consult a Healthcare Professional: Always seek guidance from a healthcare provider before starting a smoking cessation program with NiQuitin Patches, especially if you have underlying medical conditions or are taking other medications.
2. Pregnancy and Breastfeeding: Pregnant or breastfeeding women should consult a healthcare professional before using nicotine replacement therapy. Nicotine can have adverse effects on fetal development and can pass into breast milk.
3. Underlying Health Conditions: Inform your healthcare provider of any existing medical conditions, such as heart disease, high blood pressure, or diabetes, as they may impact your suitability for using NiQuitin Patches.
4. Allergies: If you have a known allergy to any ingredients in NiQuitin Patches, refrain from using them. If you experience signs of an allergic reaction while using the patches, seek immediate medical attention.
5. Adolescents and Minors: NiQuitin Patches are typically not recommended for individuals under the age of 18 without medical supervision.
6. Ongoing Tobacco Use: Refrain from smoking while using NiQuitin Patches. Simultaneous use of cigarettes and nicotine replacement therapy can lead to nicotine overdose.
7. Driving and Operating Machinery: NiQuitin Patches may cause dizziness or sleep disturbances. Use caution when driving or operating heavy machinery until you know how the patches affect you.
8. Storage and Disposal: Keep NiQuitin Patches out of reach of children and pets. Properly dispose of used patches to prevent accidental ingestion or contact.
9. Quit Smoking Support: While NiQuitin Patches can significantly aid in smoking cessation, it's often beneficial to combine their use with behavioral counseling or support groups for a comprehensive approach to quitting.

Medically reviewed and published

  • This page was medically reviewed by Dr Sohaib Imtiaz, Clinical Lead on Oct 11, 2023, 9:42 am

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Are NiQuitin Transdermal Nicotine Patches available over the counter?

Yes, NiQuitin Patches are available without a prescription. They can be purchased at most pharmacies and some retail stores. It's advisable to consult with a pharmacist or healthcare professional for guidance on selecting the appropriate strength for your needs.

Can I smoke while using NiQuitin Patches?

It is strongly discouraged to smoke while using NiQuitin Patches. The combination of smoking and nicotine replacement therapy can lead to nicotine overdose and is generally ineffective for smoking cessation. The goal is to gradually reduce nicotine intake, and continuing to smoke undermines this process.

How long should I use NiQuitin Patches, and can I stop using them at any time?

The duration of NiQuitin Patch use depends on your smoking habits and the specific program recommended on the packaging. These programs typically last between 8 to 12 weeks. It's essential to follow the recommended schedule for a gradual reduction in nicotine intake. Suddenly stopping patch use may lead to cravings and withdrawal symptoms.

Can I use NiQuitin Patches if I have skin sensitivities or allergies?

NiQuitin Patches may cause mild skin irritation in some users. If you have known skin sensitivities or allergies, consult with a healthcare professional before use. In the event of an allergic reaction, such as a rash or difficulty breathing, seek immediate medical attention and discontinue patch use.

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