Hayfever Reliever £14.99, or buy 1 get 2nd half price! £22.48 total. @ Lloydspharmacy - HotUKDeals
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Lloydspharmacy Allergy Reliever

Clinically tested to relieve allergy symptoms

Simple and easy to use
Uses light therapy for relief of allergy symptoms

Millions of people in the UK suffer from allergic rhinitis and / or hayfever.
The suffering is often a lot worse in the summer months due the presence
of pollen and sufferers can be become desperate to relieve the symptoms
of their allergies.

The Lloydspharmacy Allergy Reliever is an innovative and effective treatment
for the relief of those irritating symptoms associated with allergic rhinitis -
for example, watery eyes, runny nose and sneezing. It is safe, quick and easy
to use and some people may feel an improvement after just a few treatments.

The Lloydspharmacy Allergy Reliever uses red light therapy to suppress the
cells that release histamine, thereby relieving the symptoms of hayfever.

Requires 1 x 9V(PP3) battery (not included)

Pack contents:
Allergy Reliever
User manual

Available online and instore.
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#1
I know i posted this deal, but quite honestly have no experience of using these even though I do suffer from hay fever, so if someone whos tried one of these could tell me how effective they are I'd really appreciate it :thumbsup:
#2
rufus bezak;5579874
I know i posted this deal, but quite honestly have no experience of using these even though I do suffer from hay fever, so if someone whos tried one of these could tell me how effective they are I'd really appreciate it :thumbsup:

me too any one used it is it worth it ???
#3
The girlfriend has had one of these for the last week and seems to think it works. It's difficult to tell isn't it as she hasn't had any runny noses or itchy eyes but doesn't know whether it's a result of this or other factors such as low pollen count. Look highly amusing when you have a bright red nose as well
#4
lukeyboymac;5579934
The girlfriend has had one of these for the last week and seems to think it works. It's difficult to tell isn't it as she hasn't had any runny noses or itchy eyes but doesn't know whether it's a result of this or other factors such as low pollen count. Look highly amusing when you have a bright red nose as well

how long do you use it for each day and has she stoped taking hayfever tablets?
#5
A 'dose' takes about 5mins or so and she does it in the morning and bedtime and yeah has stopped taking her drugs
#6
I have the ioniser in my bedroom, I can deffinately say the ioniser is great, although I still have to keep the window shut, either way I don't sneeze or have any symptoms at all in my bedroom, wheras before I use to. I haven't used the red light thingy much, however on a few uses it did seem to clear my nose a little, and relieve the symptoms ever so slightly, I guess with more use you'd get a better picture. It lasts 3 minutes and you use it a few times each day. You do however look like rudolf when its on!

I'm sure most hayfever sufferers out there would spend £21 to even see if this is any good! My hayfever has been terrible this year when I've been out and about, always gets me down!
#7
I have had one of these for 5 years.

I think it is great.

You use it for 3-4 mins twice a day. I still take my hay fever tablets but thiscertainly helps, I have been a lot better since using it, especially on bad days.

I know results will vary between people but I would recommend it to anyone.
(When my hay fever is bad I would happily pay anything to stop it, so if you are like me then try it)
#8
my boss uses it as well though she said it was only 3min, she has reduced her tablets takes a odd one she says when pollen count really high, I suffer really bad hayfever so tempted to get it.
#9
lukeyboymac;5580024
A 'dose' takes about 5mins or so and she does it in the morning and bedtime and yeah has stopped taking her drugs

ordered 1 worth a try for the price cheer op
#10
tony_termite
ordered 1 worth a try for the price cheer op


No prob's mate :thumbsup:

Thanks for all the informative replies, think I'll get one myself now!

I rarely get hay fever to be honest, but when it hits it hits me BIG TIME and i can't even leave the house! I usually have to just bung tissue paper up each nostril to stop me even breathing through my nose and to catch the stream of snot, as my nose just streams like a tap! Not a good look when your walking round town etc! lol
#11
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#12
Having suffered really badly from hay fever for many years, I have tried all common medicines and, despite being a scientist, in shear desperation, I even went down the dark path of homoeopathic stuff one year (which I was very happy to conclude that that was my worst year ever for hay fever).

I bought one of these last year for £15 (Lloyds claimed they were reduced from £60 at the time) and use it for the timed 3 minutes every morning. Most days last year I was symptom free and, if I did suffer, I would have another go with this or, very occasionally, take some tablets.

This year I have yet to take an anti-histamine, relying solely on this, and I've only had symptoms a couple of times (usually after cycling through fields).

For me, this was worth every penny I spent on it, even though the missus laughs at me when I use it since it makes your nose glow red, but as with all such things, it could have different degrees of success with different people.
#13
Nasal spray and eye drops seem to do the trick for me but might give this a bash.
#14
rufus bezak;5580319
I usually have to just bung tissue paper up each nostril to stop me even breathing through my nose and to catch the stream of snot, as my nose just streams like a tap! Not a good look when your walking round town etc! lol


I thought I was the only one who did that! :oops:
It works wonders though! No more pollen up the nose, I sometimes wear one of those DIY masks too because I'm prone to 'itchy mouth disorder' lol

oibaldy;5580613

This year I have yet to take an anti-histamine, relying solely on this, and I've only had symptoms a couple of times (usually after cycling through fields).

For me, this was worth every penny I spent on it, even though the missus laughs at me when I use it since it makes your nose glow red, but as with all such things, it could have different degrees of success with different people.


It's great to hear a 'success story' non sufferes underestimate how much hayfever can affect ones life! Really nice to hear that you've found something that helps. I think I'll use it more often after reading that =]
#15
Bought this from Lloyds last year and found that it was completely useless. After one week of use (twice a day) I had absolutely no reduction in my symptoms and last year was my worst so far. Waste of money. This year I have relied completely on nasal spray (Flixonase) and it has worked like magic. Plus I have had to use the eyedrops a lot. I have to occasionally take the brown inhaler to control my asthma.
I would suggest to go for the ioniser that Lloyds have. I bought that too last year and found it was pretty good. I had it running all night in the bedroom and that seemed to help.
#16
I got one of these for my son a couple of months ago. The 'buy one get one half price' also applies to the ioniser so buy one of these and get the ioniser for half price!
Anyway, my sons teacher approached us as she was worried he would not cope with his SATs due to his hayfever. Out of desperation I got one and also the ioniser for his room which we switch on an hour before he goes to bed and switch off when we go up.
He uses the nose gadget 4 times a day at 4 hour intervals and it has worked wonders - so much so that we actually know when he has missed a session. It did take a week of use though before we saw any improvement.
We have found that if you do not keep up with it regularly and miss one or two then it also takes a couple of days to get back into the rhythm of it working well so try to get into a good routine.
Personally I only have good things to say about it. It won't work for everybody, nothing does, but it may be worth a shot. He does still take Telfast too.
#17
Does the ioniser make a loud noise or is the operation quite?
#18
I would like to know more stories about these product too, cus im a sufferer..the only thing worrys me is the 'red light'...I mean is it infra red?....would it have any long term effects?..i'm sure constant exposure to this aint good for u in the long term, like give u nose cancer or something or stop ur sense of smell....lol
#19
Locko60
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but I've found a 10% off code that goes through at the checkout MVCS10JW saving you £2.20 if u get the nose strobes and ioniser
#20
Nice find mate, cheers.

Can't seem to find the York Body Gym for sale on there? They have it as a prize for some competition though? :?
#21
I've had really severe hayfever all my life, had every injection and drug going to no effect until this, which worked brilliantly. Last three years have been almost completely free of all symptoms. This year I have had mild symptoms from time to time, but it's been a bad year for hayfever.

You need to give it longer than a week before making a decision about whether it works or not. It's not an overnight solution. The first year I bought it I was a little late in the season and it didn't start to work until about three weeks after starting.

Now I start using it in late April to give it plenty of time to start working before the season starts. I use it twice a day, sometimes three times if the pollen count is high. It's completely safe with no side effects, short or long term, though your nose can get a little sore towards the end of the season from repeatedly shoving up a light! Beats getting hayfever though any day.

I have the original Medinose version and paid £80 a few years back and would have paid ten times that.
#22
diamondnine
Does the ioniser make a loud noise or is the operation quite?


i dont use it aty night because it will keep me awake, but put it on a hour before you go to bed!!

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