Tesco Non-drowsy Hayfever and Allergy Relief Tablets Reviews
Description:This is a non-drowsy antihistamine. The main ingredient is Loratadine. Take one tablet a day. / Not suitable for children under 12 yrs.
Newest Review: ... say hello so forgot my antihistamines on the first visit which I regretted as I sneezed all night after. I decided I'd need ... more
Customer Tesco Non-drowsy Hayfever and Allergy Relief Tablets Reviews (29)
by - written on 09/02/13 (Very useful, 99 readings)
I do suffer symptoms of hayfever in the summer months but not massively so but I do always have some hayfever and allergy relief tablets in my house all year round because I am very allergic to cats. If I am around a cat, or even sometimes if someone who owns a cat has been around me, my eyes will itch, swell and eventually puff right up so that I can barely see at all. Obviously this isn't something that I want happening and so if I know I am going to be somewhere a cat has been or around a cat I will take a hayfever and allergy relief tablet before I go. The tablets that I currently have are Tesco's non drowsy hayfever and allergy relief tablets and this is my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/04/11 (Very useful, 117 readings)
I have asthma, and it was whilst being diagnosed with this as a child, that the doctors put me through a series of allergy tests trying to find if there was one particular trigger for my asthma. As it turned out, I am mildly allergic to pretty much all animals (I ignore this as I like them) and more allergic to dust mites and pollen. Dust in particular is a bad trigger for me, and as well as setting off my asthma, gives me sore, itchy red eyes, a dripping nose and irritated skin. I don't usually need allergy relief tablets on a daily basis, but for times when I know I'm going to be exposed to my allergy triggers, I take precautionary measures in the form of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/11/10, updated on 18/11/10 (Very useful, 200 readings)
**Please note that the packaging is now different to the one in the picture. Also I have been directed to post here even though the active ingredient in this is Ceterizine Hydrochloride and not Loratadine.** I have a year-round allergy to dust and strong smells and the slightest whiff sets me off on a sneezing frenzy! In the summer this is exacerbated by hayfever leaving my eyes streaming and my nose leaking. I usually take antihistamine tablets to try and control the symptoms and my remedy of choice is usually Benadryl. Having run out of tablets one day earlier this summer I popped into Tesco to stock up. I was dismayed to find that Benadryl had sold out but ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/04/10 (Very useful, 294 readings)
First off I must explain that I have been directed to this link though I did request a separate one! My box is slightly different and I'm not a hundred per cent sure this is the right product link lol! The Packaging: Bright orange box that is square and on the front there is a photograph of what appears to be a happy family running through a field. On the front of the box I'm told that they are Tesco Hayfever And Allergy Relief and that they contain Cetirizine hydrochloride and are a one a day formula and that they are for hayfever, dust allergies, skin allergies and pet allergies and that in my box I have 14 tablets. Other information listed on the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/03/10 (Very useful, 107 readings)
I bought these last year as I had an slight allergy to grass for some unknown reason, I had not had it before and so I was surprised when I could not stopping everytime I went near grass, especially in the park it was horrendous, so while I was out in the park this particular time, I decided to pop into Tesco and see the Pharmacist and I told him I had been like this the past couple of days when I went into my garden and it was worse when I went to the park and he told me to try these over the counter first before I saw a Doctor and I did, they worked perfectly for me. They come in the Tesco range and come in a box and the tablets are very small and come in ... Read the complete review
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