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Beconase Hayfever Relief for Adults Nasal Spray 100 Sprays - £2.99 / 2 for £4.48 @ Superdrug (£3 delivery / free for members over £10)
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Beconase Hayfever Relief for Adults Nasal Spray 100 Sprays - £2.99 / 2 for £4.48 @ Superdrug (£3 delivery / free for members over £10)

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Posted 29th MayEdited by:"GBKC"

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Beconase Hayfever Relief for Adults has a non drowsy anti-inflammatory action which quickly brings relief from allergy symptoms such as sneezing, blocked nose, itchy nose, runny nose and nasal congestion For adults over 18 years Direct anti-inflammatory action

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Beconase Hayfever Relief for Adults nasal spray can provide round the clock, complete hayfever relief for your runny nose, sinus discomfort, sneezing, eye symptoms, nasal congestion and nasal itching, from the UK's No1 Allergy Nasal spray. Beconase Hayfever Relief for Adults is a long-lasting non drowsy nasal spray and unlike tablets works right where the problem starts, in the nose.
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Real_mac29/05/2020 12:27

This does not work, better off buying antihistamines


Antihistamines are preventative.. these are for relief of symptoms... Took me a while to find antihistamines that work for me and I still get symptoms on bad days so this helps.
I read this as baconaise and got exited 🥓
Real_mac29/05/2020 12:27

This does not work, better off buying antihistamines


This works very well for me in April when I struggle with birch pollen.
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+ 10% student discount for those who can.
Heat heat heat from me. The website says only available to order and collect not delivery.
Edited by: "KatsudonVince" 29th May
This does not work, better off buying antihistamines
Real_mac29/05/2020 12:27

This does not work, better off buying antihistamines


Antihistamines are preventative.. these are for relief of symptoms... Took me a while to find antihistamines that work for me and I still get symptoms on bad days so this helps.
Real_mac29/05/2020 12:27

This does not work, better off buying antihistamines


This works very well for me in April when I struggle with birch pollen.
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If you can deal with droppers the generuc versions of these can be found at most discount shops for £1. Usually get mine from poundland.
I use beconase all year round great price op. I still need antihistamines and Qu-Chi hay fever band this week since the tree pollen arrived again
I read this as baconaise and got exited 🥓
vip88729/05/2020 21:56

I read this as baconaise and got exited 🥓


Same here.
looks like they’ve not got enough bandwidth on their website 🤧
Is this anything like baconnaise from GBK?
Thanks OP, needed this finally ordered.
Real_mac29/05/2020 12:27

This does not work, better off buying antihistamines


This needs to be applied twice daily religiously for a maximum of three months or else it won't work.
I'm currently using sudafed and it works well for me. Wouldn't mind giving this a try as it's half the price! :O
£4 at Amazon.
In Tesco buy one and get one free so it cost £6 for two
Baneeshuk29/05/2020 12:34

Antihistamines are preventative.. these are for relief of symptoms... Took …Antihistamines are preventative.. these are for relief of symptoms... Took me a while to find antihistamines that work for me and I still get symptoms on bad days so this helps.


You're both wrong. Beconase prevents and antihistamines generally counteract after a reactions. But anyway Beconase works great for me.
Real_mac29/05/2020 12:27

This does not work, better off buying antihistamines


It doesnt work instantly, or even within the hour, it takes several days to build up.
Does anyone have really bad fatigue with hayfever? I feel constantly tired during this season. Night time I'm stuff and watery eyed. I've tried different brands of anti histamines and they seem to make me drowsy; even the non drowsy ones.
Real_mac29/05/2020 12:27

This does not work, better off buying antihistamines


I’ve tried quite a few different products but the spray does the trick for me 👌
£2.84 with Subscribe and Save at Amazon: Beconase Hayfever Relief Nasal Spray 8-in-1 Effective Relief for Allergy Symptoms - Non-drowsy - 100 Sprays amazon.co.uk/dp/…Y4W
Adorablemunchkin29/05/2020 22:29

I'm currently using sudafed and it works well for me. Wouldn't mind giving …I'm currently using sudafed and it works well for me. Wouldn't mind giving this a try as it's half the price! :O


Please be careful if you're using the sudafed nasal spray. It will work extremely well, but if you use it continuously for longer than 5-7 days you will end up with a condition called 'rebound congestion'.

I see it regularly from many patients at this time of year and is difficult to reverse once it happens. These types of corticosteroid nasal sprays are much better and safer to be used over longer periods.
gazzereth2629/05/2020 23:59

Does anyone have really bad fatigue with hayfever? I feel constantly tired …Does anyone have really bad fatigue with hayfever? I feel constantly tired during this season. Night time I'm stuff and watery eyed. I've tried different brands of anti histamines and they seem to make me drowsy; even the non drowsy ones.


Have you tried " Benadryl" - the one containing acrivastine or "Benadryl Plus" contains acrivastine + a decongestant.
Both are a little pricier than the usual suspects of cheap generics, as only the one company makes them. But they do seem to work for my family.
novolizer30/05/2020 06:36

Please be careful if you're using the sudafed nasal spray. It will work …Please be careful if you're using the sudafed nasal spray. It will work extremely well, but if you use it continuously for longer than 5-7 days you will end up with a condition called 'rebound congestion'.I see it regularly from many patients at this time of year and is difficult to reverse once it happens. These types of corticosteroid nasal sprays are much better and safer to be used over longer periods.


People go to doctors with a blocked nose? No wonder the NHS is struggling. Ive had it before but goes within a week or so after using it all summer
It is effective against hayfever. The active chemical is a steroid beclometasone and as every steroid should only be used short term, read the leaflet for details. Non steroid alternative, Otrivin nasal spray.
Real_mac29/05/2020 12:27

This does not work, better off buying antihistamines


For you!
Tried everything including an air purifier for my bedroom but what works best for me is Sterimar Hayfever and Allergy spray and no drugs included!
This definitely works for me where normal antihistamines didn't.
Same price each 2.99£ from Amazon with free delivery (prime).
I've suffered since a child. Particularly bad last few days. For nasal spray nothing beats the pirinase which is over counter but with a small amount of steroid in (fluticasone proprianate) . Two in the morning each nostril. 1 x tablet (citirzine better than latarodine for me) plus eye drops and the summer is much more enjoyable now.
Edited by: "sagman76" 30th May
FunkiestMonkey29/05/2020 23:24

You're both wrong. Beconase prevents and antihistamines generally …You're both wrong. Beconase prevents and antihistamines generally counteract after a reactions. But anyway Beconase works great for me.


Not quite sure where you are getting these facts from.. the fact that it says relief in the name makes it pretty clear it is relieving symptoms? If still not clear have a look at what it says on the packaging:

Beconase Hayfever Relief for Adults Nasal Spray has an anti-inflammatory action which quickly brings relief from allergy symptoms such as: Nasal congestion, watery eyes, runny nose, sneezing, itchy eyes, itchy nose, red eyes, sinus discomfort.

Beconase do a defense spray, that is the preventative spray.. this should be used to relieve symptoms.
fonzie210729/05/2020 22:10

Is this anything like baconnaise from GBK?


Sweet potato fries and baconnaise at GBK is amazing
Real_mac29/05/2020 12:27

This does not work, better off buying antihistamines


Maybe not for you but it works for many people otherwise they wouldn’t sell it. I think it’s brilliant, works pretty much straight away for me, have to use it upto 2-3 times a day if pollen count is high.
sagman7630/05/2020 08:49

I've suffered since a child. Particularly bad last few days. For nasal …I've suffered since a child. Particularly bad last few days. For nasal spray nothing beats the pirinase which is over counter but with a small amount of steroid in (fluticasone proprianate) . Two in the morning each nostril. 1 x tablet (citirzine better than latarodine for me) plus eye drops and the summer is much more enjoyable now.


Citirzine and latarodine.. love your spelling 😁😁
Just back from the physical shop. Loads in stock and still double discounted. I am oj for 2 years!
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