NasalGuard AllergieBLOCK Review – Pregnancy & Breastfeeding Safe

NasalGuard AllergieBLOCK Review A Mum Reviews

NasalGuard AllergieBLOCK Review – Pregnancy and Breastfeeding Safe Allergy Relief

NasalGuard AllergieBLOCK is a revolutionary and drug-free way to treat allergies. It’s a topical gel based upon patented technology and containing cosmetic grade ingredients. The gel is applied in a thin layer around your nostrils and between the nose and the upper lip where it blocks negatively charged allergens (like pollen, ragwort/ragweed, dust mites, pet dander, hay and house dust) before they reach your nasal passages and before they cause irritation.

This is a great little product for people suffering from mild allergy symptoms like sneezing, hay fever, nasal congestion, runny or itchy nose and who wish to use a drug-free solution to alleviate their symptoms.

The clear gel is so easy to use and very quick to apply. It’s scent-free, non-greasy and dries really quickly. There are no side effects (like drowsiness, for example) and it’s suitable for children, pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers. Those groups often struggle to find drug-free relief suitable for them so that’s a huge plus for me! This would’ve been great for me when I was pregnant and suffering without any relief available for me to use. You don’t need a prescription for this either  you can just buy it from Boots, Superdrug or Sainsbury’s.

NasalGuard AllergieBLOCK Review A Mum Reviews

NasalGuard AllergieBLOCK comes in a tiny tube but it lasts ages! One tube contains up to 150 applications and the recommended dosage is 1-2 drops per use. This is a preventative treatment so it’s best to apply before you even have any symptoms but when you expect you will have some  when you know you’ll be spending time somewhere with allergy triggers. You can apply the gel throughout the day, every 4-6 hours, and after every time your face gets wet. You can use it under or over makeup.

The tiny tube is great because it fits in the smallest of pockets and is easy to carry with you at any time or keep in your car or child’s bag if they suffer from allergies.

My allergies have been much better since the weather changed to spring and we’ve been able to dry washing outside and have windows open to freshen the air. My allergies are mainly house related ones, like dust and mould, and usually cause me to get a blocked nose and some skin irritations. I have applied the gel when I know I’ll be spending a lot of time indoors and especially on days when it’s been cold or rainy and we’ve not been able to air the house.

My husband’s allergies unfortunately just get worse when spring arrives, because he suffers really badly from hay fever. He’s been using the gel with great results. I remind him to apply it before we meet up with friends and family in the park and before spending any time in the garden and he’s not had his usual symptoms of pretty much not being able to breathe through his nose.

If you have symptoms outside your nasal area, like itchy eyes, you’ll need to complement with something for those symptoms since this gel will not prevent those issues. A lot of allergens do get into your body via the nose so using a preventative gel is a great way to stop most of them. Read more on Allergieblock.co.uk.

We were sent AllergieBLOCK to test for this review. As always, all my reviews are 100% honest and all thoughts and opinions are my own.

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