Tuesday, 27 March 2012

HayMax Hayfever Balm Review

So it that season again where the pollen comes out to play!! 

Arghhhhh total nightmare for me I've been a hayfever suffer for about 12 years now. I get every symptom going, my ears buzz, my eyes water, i sneeze and my sinuses go crazy|! I have to get strong tablets from the doctors which normally result me going really drowsy something I'm not looking forward to at all. Its not a great season either as the windows have to be shut by around 5.30 before the pollen sets which i absolutely hate. 

I was thrilled to be asked to test out a lavender HayMax balm, I've generally tried everything. local honey, nose sprays, eye drops, liquid and tablets and it all works to some effect. Ive felt my sinuses start to go and a few runny noses. So i thought perfect.

So how does it work?

It is very simple. HayMax™ acts as a trap – or a blocker. The HayMax™ applied to the bottom of the nose traps some of the pollen before it enters the body. If there is less pollen in the body, there’s less for the body to react against. Less pollen – Less sneezing and for many people no sneezing. couldn't be more Simple!

If HayMax™ traps enough of the pollen to leave you with less pollen in your body than it take for you to react, then you won’t react. If it takes out enough pollen that you are just around the point where you react, then you may find that that although you don’t stop sneezing, you sneeze less. Or, if you are particularly sensitive, or if the pollen count is very high, there might be enough pollen getting in to your body that you continue to react.

Ive been testing for balm for a week, putting it on about four times a day and I've not sneezed or had to take one of my usual hayfever tablets yet. I'm pretty amazed how by just blocking the pollen with the balm how different my hayfever has been already.

It not a cure but its defiantly a help, massive thumbs up from me. Please check the HayMax website for more details


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