‘This simple step to help keep hayfever at bay is a useful one to keep up our sleeve this Spring’

Updated: Apr 28



At last, Spring has arrived... with the added bonus of some gradual easing of restrictions, enabling us to enjoy the best that the great outdoors has to offer!


On the down side, however, all that fresh air is meaning that many of us are feeling the effects of hay fever, perhaps more so than in the days before ‘going out’ was so literal in its interpretation.


Hay fever is responsible for causing cold-like symptoms, including a runny nose, itchy eyes, congestion and sneezing. At a time when we’re all trying to boost our mood as much as possible, these side effect to a leisurely walk or a post-lockdown picnic are something we could well do without.


The most obvious antidote of staying indoors might work in normal circumstances, but given we’re all maxed out with our own four walls ...there has to be another option?


Enter... 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 for ways to enjoy our new-found freedoms, this simple step to help keep hayfever 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 in one easy, preventative step that’s certainly not to be sniffed at, when the joy that is BBQ season beckons!

Sponsored by HayMax


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