‘For susceptible people, travelling abroad can come with hidden Hay Fever triggers’

Updated: Aug 5, 2021



Holiday time is precious, with so much of our wellness reserves depending on the restorative power of those fleeting warm, carefree days in the sun!


It’s this ability to re-charge and reset, that makes the unexpected bane of Hay Fever symptoms abroad all the more ironic, not to mention inconvenient.


Hay Fever is responsible for causing cold-like symptoms, including a runny nose, itchy eyes, congestion and sneezing.


For susceptible people, the fact that travelling abroad can come with hidden allergy triggers, is an easy risk to overlook.


For this reason, preparation is all-important, with several possible ways of managing the risk of symptoms. The first, is to consider the season and area you plan to holiday in.


If grass pollen is a problem, rural areas where grass pollen may be higher might not be as favourable as coastal areas, where the sea breezes blow pollen inland.


Another potential solution? Pack a week’s supply of HayMax!



HayMax is a multi award winning, drug-free, non-drowsy allergen barrier balm which traps pollen, dust and pet allergens before they enter the body, and is suitable for the whole family, including pregnant and breastfeeding women and children.


As we all look to make the most of our holidays this year, this simple step to help keep Hay Fever at bay is a useful one to keep up our sleeve (or in our pocket!) thanks to the handy sized little pot.


Simply apply to the bottom - or rim - of the nostrils and around (but not in) the eyes as needed for natural pollen protection, plus extra peace of mind, when you’re trying to unwind!


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