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Prevalin Allergy Nasal Spray is clinically proven to prevent and treat the symptoms of hayfever before they can develop. Using the spray at the first sign of hay fever helps to receive relief from symptoms such as sneezing, runny nose, blocked nose, and itchy/watery eyes.
Prevalin Allergy Nasal Spray triple formula ensures an effective treatment for hay fever:
This spray can be safely used by:
Prevalin should be sprayed once or twice into each nostril for 2 to 3 times a day, as it provides protection for 4 to 6 hours.
Having suffered with perennial allergic rhinitis for many years I can confirm that Prevalin is by far the most effective relief.
I get allergic rhinitis for much of the year and dislike using antihistamines because of the side-effects, so I was intrigued by the possibilities of a drug-free solution. On the other hand, Â£10 seemed a lot to pay for a small bottle of gel and I wondered how effective it could possibly be. The reduced price offered by Chemist Direct justified the experiment. I was very pleasantly surprised by the result. Its an odd sensation at first, a bit like squirting toothpaste up your nose, but I soon got used to it and found also that my sense of smell wasnt as much impaired as I had expected. Hayfever symptoms were reduced dramatically, almost to nothing, and the effect didnt reduce over time.I did find that I needed to use the spray again after about four hours rather than six hours as on the instructions, but this is a very minor quibble.Prevalin will be my first choice from now on and I recommend it to anyone with hayfever symptoms.