Hay fever sufferers have been having a really rough time lately.
June is never a pleasant month for those with pollen-induced allergy, but this year seems to really be knocking it out of people.
It’s probably no surprise then that there’s been plenty of talk social media once again about the hayfever wipes that went viral last year after one mum claimed they gave her son “his life back” and could be lifesaving for other sufferers.
She discovered a pack of Nuage Hayfever Relief Wipes – and they did just the trick.
Posting on Facebook and to the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group, Margaret McInnes said at the time: “Just a tip for anyone who suffers badly from hay fever. My son has tried everything going, but these wipes gave him his life back.
“[He has] tried absolutely everything over the years. Eye drops / nose sprays – lots of different pills. Nothing worked. Showering 4/5/6 times a day to get pollen off him.
“I can’t hang his clothes or bedding on the washing line.
“These wipes which we discovered last year help loads. Anyone you know who suffers from this – get some packs of these wipes”.
After sharing the tip of these tried and tested wipes, Margaret’s post amassed well over 10,000 interactions and comments from other members of the public, not only thanking her for the recommended advice, but also claiming that they rapidly relieved their hayfever symptoms too.
One group member commented: “I got some yesterday. They are good and have very good reviews”.
Another wrote: “I got my son some they are helping. His hay fever is showing no signs of improving with age but they help for an instant fix”.
Suitable for use on both hands and face, the Nuage Hayfever Relief Wipes are infused with peppermint and tea tree oil to not only relieve symptoms, but also to soothe skin and prevent pollen from irritating it further.
The best bit about them, other than the “life-saving” part of course?
You won’t have to spend that much time looking to get your hands on them as they’ve been spotted for sale in The Range, B&M, Poundstretcher, Poundland and Savers.
Oh, and they’re only 99p too.
It looks like the days of carrying around an endless amount of tissues is finally over then.
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