Eyelergy: Time to have the allergies talk.

The sun is out, flowers are blooming and there are bees buzzing all around us. Yes, it’s spring, finally! And while I love spring, it’s also time to have the allergies convo. Say hello to Eyelergy, it’s a new allergies medication launched recently that I’ve been trying out.

As a sufferer of hay fever and allergies in general, I’m always on the lookout for antihistamines and other medication around this time of year.

My eyes water all year round, and ruins my makeup on a daily basis but the one thing that really gets to me during this season is blocked sinus – it’s the worst.

I was reminded that it’s almost that time of the year again (hayfever peak season), when I went flower shopping and my eyes started to water within seconds.

After years of suffering, I’m all about pre-emptive action this year. Being prepared and not being caught unawares is my plan so I went straight for Eyelergy.

One thing I’ve learnt when it comes to allergies is to start treatment weeks before peak season, and that’s what I’ve been doing with this new medication.

Eyelergy is a specially designed eye drops to combat the symptoms of hay fever eye and eye irritation such as dry eye or irritation caused by dust and other airborne pollutants.

The drops’ protective barrier gel technology rinses and shields the eyes from allergens and irritants like pollen, mold, dust mites, pet dander, dust and airborne pollutants.

Eyelergy comes in packs of 20 handy sized single doses droppers make them perfect for on the go whenever allergies strike. There are also no preservatives so safe for contact lens wearers. It is suitable for all, and to be used if and as needed.

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For blocked sinuses, here’s a little trick I learnt that I think might help. Try rubbing Vaseline underneath the nose and it’ll trap all the pollen that may enter your nose and cause havoc.

It’s been a week since I started using Eyelergy, and I haven’t had any reactions to pollutants at all so here’s to an allergy free rest of year hopefully. 

Eyelergy is available nationwide for £8 in case you want to give it a go, find out more here.

About Elsie Boat

Hi, I’m Elsie, the writer, editor, and all-round wordsmith of this blog. I’m a lifestyle journalist and copywriter, and have been writing about beauty and lifestyle for 10+ years.

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