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3 for 2 triple pack offer with HayMax hay fever relief!

HayMax is a leading organic allergen barrier balm suitable for little hay fever sufferers, as well as pregnant and breast-feeding mums. A winner of over 50 awards including LUXlife Parent & Baby Award and Mother & Baby, HayMax regularly gets wonderful feedback from many mums about how it has been such a genuine lifesaver during their pregnancy. If you are trying to avoid drugs during your pregnancy and whilst you are breastfeeding, don’t be surprised if your health professional talks to you about HayMax.

The balm is applied to the rim of the nostrils and around the bones of the eyes and works by trapping pollen before it gets in the body where it can cause a reaction. HayMax applied to the lower part and rim of the nostrils has been proven in independent studies to trap significantly more pollen than an uncoated nostril [1]. A second study stated that HayMax traps over a third of pollen before it enters the body, in addition to dust mite allergens and pet dander[2].

HayMax is drug-free, non-drowsy and contains only natural ingredients that are based on beeswax and essential oils. No synthetic ingredients, chemical nasties, nano beads or colouring. It’s also vegetarian, cruelty-free and never tested on animals.

Jane Picton comments, “I am pregnant with my first baby and was having such an awful time with my hay fever… I was feeling so miserable and sorry for myself! Thankfully I came across HayMax and I haven’t looked back since…my uncomfortable symptoms are no more and the best part is I know this will not harm my baby. Thanks HayMax, what a lifesaver you have been for me!”

Click here for the HayMax 3 for 2 triple pack offer!

HayMax and HayMax Kids – RRP £6.99, Holland & Barrett, selected Superdrug, Morrisons, Boots, Ocado, independent chemists, pharmacists and health stores, 01525 406600 and www.haymax.biz

References

[1] ‘The Impact of Hay Fever – a survey by Allergy UK’, Allergy UK, supported and funded by HayMax™, April 2016.

[2] ‘Are you suffering from seasonal allergic rhinitis (hay fever)?’, Allergy UK, July 2014, supported and funded by HayMax™ July 2014.