Hay Fever relief – NasalGuard AllergieBLOCK

nasalguard allergie blockI’ve been meaning to tell you about this product for quite a while now but because of BritMums Live it kept slipping down the priority list which is a shame because the product is good and it works.

I suffer from hay fever every year but I’m luckier than some. I know of people who start symptoms back in April whereas my symptoms of itchy and runny eyes, itchy nose and sneezing only kicked in about 2/3 weeks ago. I’ve been on the lookout for hay fever relief products.

The product is simple, it’s a drug free allergy treatment and works on the principle of electrostatic charges.

What does that mean? Well, it is a gel that you apply to your nose and upper lip that has a slight positive charge, it attracts negatively charged allergens like pollen, ragweed and dust and prevents them entering the body through the nose.

It can be used by anyone suffering from allergy symptoms including pet owners and hay fever sufferers.

Sadly common allergy ailments are often trivialised but symptoms can have a considerable affect on people’s ability to function during the peak pollen season says Allergy specialist Dr Adam Fox

I know for me I feel utterly miserable when my symptoms are at their peak. There are 15 million sufferers in the UK and more than a third of youngsters suffering by the time they reach their teen years it, it often develops in early childhood so worth keeping an eye out for.

NasalGuard AllergieBLOCK is best used throughout the entire hay fever season, applying when you wake up, after showering, before bedtime and every 4-6 hours in between. Each tube contains up to 150 applications the clear gel can be applied over make-up and dries quickly. Available from Boots for £11.99 and also suitable for pregnant women and children

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Disclosure: I was sent a tube of NaslaGuard AllergieBLOCK to trial and can sincerely say when I put the product on my symptoms disappear. I must get into the habit of reapplying it more frequently especially before bed when I forget and in the morning when my eyes are streaming. Thumbs up from me


  1. June 25, 2013 / 7:47 AM

    I am off to get some. Hayfever tablets just don’t seem to cut it anymore.

    • Mari
      June 25, 2013 / 12:43 PM

      I’m fed up of hay fever tablets as after a while they seem to not work anymore plus I don’t like taking tablets all the time. I think you’ll be pleased with this

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