Lloyds Pharmacy Hayfever/Allergy Reliever Reviews
Product Type: Lloyds Pharmacy in Health Therapies / Treatments
Description:Allergy Relief / Uses light therapy for relief of allergy symptoms
Newest Review: ... £19.97. ==Does it contain drugs?== No, it is not a drug based treatment. ==What do I have to do?== As the picture ... more
Customer Lloyds Pharmacy Hayfever/Allergy Reliever Reviews (17)
by - written on 23/08/11 (Very useful, 1476 readings)
The Lloyds allergy reliever is a complementary treatment which claims to relieve the symptoms of hayfever using infrared light therapy administered via nasal probes. I bought this complementary treatment for hayfever to try to reduce the amount of drugs that I need on a daily basis. I've had the traditional atopy "triad" of hayfever, asthma and eczema since I was a child. ==How much was it?== I bought this as part of a special offer with things that I was going to be buying anyway, so it "only" cost me ten pounds. Currently on the Lloyds web page, it is on offer with an ioniser for £19.97. ==Does it contain ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/06/11 (Very useful, 1167 readings)
I bought the hayfever reliever three years ago to deal with moderate hayfever. We live in a village surrounded by fields of oil seed rape and other allergy nasties and I was finding it increasingly expensive to keep my hayfever under control using anti-histamine tablets and a nasal spray. Not only that, our nearest chemist is an eleven-mile round trip, so if you run out or forget to order before a bank holiday, you can find you're wheezing and sniffing with no relief. And even when they did work the tablets and spray only ever seemed to partially ameliorate my hayfever symptoms. It's worth summarising what bad hayfever feels like. Your head feels blocked. Your ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/08/10 (Very useful, 746 readings)
-What is it?- The Lloyds Pharmacy Allergy Reliever is a device that, when used regulary, claims to reduce allergies related to hayfever and other air borne allergens. -How does it work- Apparently it used "red light therapy" which kill or suppress histamine cells in your nose (the naughty cells that make you sneeze). -What does it cost- It cost me only £10 from lloyds pharmacy online, but price varies -How do you use it?- Well, it comes with two nasal probes, which you stick up your nose and press the button on the front. The one I use is slightly different from the one pictured, but works the same. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/06/10 (Very useful, 1569 readings)
I have an allergy to dust, pollen, the house dust mite, cats... I have often stated an immense longing to have my histamine receptors removed and burned! This allergy reliever is a wonderful little gadget! My symptoms are usually an itchy, runny nose, streaming eyes and sneezing. I have tried Loratidine and Cetirizine tablets and Flixonase, Beconase and Nasocort nasal sprays and all of these do help...but there's something quite unsettling about sticking something up your nose and squirting and breathing in liquid... and I don't particularly enjoy popping pills either. The Lloyds Pharmacy Hay fever and allergy reliever was recommended to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/06/10, updated on 12/06/10 (Very useful, 2532 readings)
Every summer without a doubt I, like many suffer from the dreaded hayfever. It is usually in June that my symptoms kick in. I would not say that I suffer as severely as some people, but I am forever sneezing and literally clawing at my eyes because they become so itchy and irritated. Each summer, prior to discovering Lloyds' hayfever reliever, I would try a range of different hayfever tablets in an effort to try and quell my symptoms which were causing me great discomfort. Personally, I found many of these hayfever tablets to be ineffective. Also, I hate popping pills owing to the fact that I find them difficult to swallow. Therefore, I was on the lookout ... Read the complete review
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