Asda Hayfever & Allergy Relief Tablets Reviews
Product Type: Asda medicinal products
Description:Manufacturer: Asda / Type: Allergies
Newest Review: ... brands on the shelf at rediculous prices for a seven day supply but then I spied Asda's own brand One-a Day Hayfever and ... more
Customer Asda Hayfever & Allergy Relief Tablets Reviews (6)
by - written on 27/04/10 (Very useful, 326 readings)
I suffer terribly with hayfever. It gets so bad that I feel I can't breath, have been chewing on glass, I can't my eyes and nose running and look like Rudolph...and oh add to that I get really tired and a bad rash that I get medication from the Dr for! I love the sunshine but I hate pollen and most summers are pretty miserable for me for all of the above reasons. I usually do get a load of hayfever products from my Dr however at the moment I'm not near my Dr's and I'm staying with a friend so I have been left to my own devices and to try find my own remedies. Having tried alot of hayfever products that are on the market lately that really haven't worked very ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/12/10 (Very useful, 238 readings)
I developed an allergy to cats at some point in my early teens but my grandma has virtually always had cats! When I was at my grandma's house my eyes would swell up and itch like crazy and for some reason my mum never gave me piriton or anything and I would be trying like mad to soothe my eyes in cold water and such like. As I got older and moved out of my parents I have always made sure that I have packets of allergy tablets in the house, as well as piriton syrup for my son, just in case an allergy flares up. Some of the brands can be very expensive and when I came across the asda non drowsy hayfever and allergy relief tablets for just £0.75 I picked up a couple of .. Read the complete review
by - written on 26/03/11 (Very useful, 346 readings)
Last year I discovered that my poor daughter had suddenly developed hay fever, with (at its worst time anyway) her eye's bearing the brunt of the disease, they itched and ran terribly! After visiting the pharmacy in my local Asda, to get some advice and a bottle of Piriton I was pleased to find that they had there was an Asda's own branded hay fever and allergy tablet on sale at a much reduced price to any other better know brands available, and was even more pleased when the pharmacist even said they worked just as well! These particular tablets offer relief from hay fever, and other allergens, including pet and dust allergies and even some skin ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/06/13 (Very useful, 131 readings)
Its that time of year again when my hayfever has started to build up again and get worse, I didn't suffer much at the start of this year with it being so cold but as the weeks have started to get hotter the hayfever has just been hassling me. I was at Asda and usually I swear by my Tesco hayfever tablets but not being near Tesco I decided to try the Asda ones and hoped they were as effective. It is strange with me as my hayfever comes and goes depending on where I am and them and the main symptoms that affect me the most are itchy eyes and a runny nose which is not the nicest especially while being at work and suffering. PACKAGING The Asda hayfever ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/05/10 (Very useful, 484 readings)
I have suffered from hayfever every year my whole life, and it usually starts around march/april time, so i always have some piriton stashed away in the cupboard for when i need them. However after moving into my new house and now having no money! I cannot justify spending this amount of money on piriton again! The strong tablets called piritize, actually cost £5 a box, even though they are very good, i can no longer afford to buy such expensive tablets! Especially when you have to get a box a week for a few months! So when in asda a few weeks ago, i decided to try asdas own version of hayfever and allergy tablets. I bought these for about 95p, and you get 14 ... Read the complete review
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