With scorching heat and rising pollen counts off the scale, HayMax allergen barrier balm is rapidly gaining cult status amongst parents and their children. This amazing product has had loads of features on ITV’s This Morning, mums on Mumsnet talking about it, two prominent Olympic athletes raved about it and a plethora of prestigious awards…
As product flies off the shelves, HayMax is struggling to keep up with the demand this season. And it’s hardly surprising. It’s creating real excitement on social media. On 20 June Nathan Richard posted on the HayMax Facebook page, ‘got recommended, as suffer from hayfever to the point of nose bleeds, instantly cleared with this product, stopped watery/itchy eyes in seconds, cleared my nose and even allowed me to breath properly.’ And On 25th April the_real_mama_bear_diaries posted on Instagram, ‘I was sceptical but desperate for something to help my 17 month old. This stuff really works! I went back and bought another pot for me.’
Because HayMax is drug-free, it’s also suitable for pregnant and breast-feeding mums and their children. Mums on parent networking sites are constantly shouting about the virtues of HayMax. Dec2013mummy commented on Mumsnet in April this year, ‘I used something called HayMax last year when pregnant with DS (darling son). It’s amazing and not very expensive. I got it from Boots
Mum, Jayne Picton comments, “I am pregnant with my first baby and was having such an awful time with my hay fever. There was nothing for me to take and I was feeling so miserable and sorry for myself! Thankfully I came across Hay Max and I haven’t looked back since! I simply apply it throughout the day, my uncomfortable symptoms are no more and the best part is I know this will not harm my baby. Thanks Hay Max, what a lifesaver you have been for me!”
Dr Chris Steele MBE has recommended HayMax on numerous occasions including on This Morning this year, and Dr Rosemary Leonard, Carol Cooper and Sarah Jarvis and many others have all written about HayMax in newspapers and magazines.
HayMax is so amazing that it’s even been chosen as one of the top five hay fever products in dozens of magazines and newspapers.
And studies have shown HayMax does what it says on the box: It has been proven in independent studies to trap all types of pollen, as well as dust and pet allergens, before they enter the body. An independent study by NPARU* found that when applied around the rim of the nostrils, HayMax trapped over one third of pollen grains.
Microbiologist, Olivia Kelly, is a great fan of HayMax too. Her hay fever was so bad in fact, that it made her practically blind, and her astounding story featured in several national newspapers and magazines. She comments, “Because I have all year round symptoms I’m using HayMax most of the time and it’s effective straight away. I can sit down and enjoy relaxing in the park or the countryside with confidence, because I know that I’m not breathing in as much of the allergen…And I’m now 100% confident around animal dust and hair – HayMax really blocks that too.”
And the testimonials keep on flooding in; John Smart gave this testimonial
in June of this year, “I have to say this is an impressive product! It does the
trick. That’s why I’m coming back for more…”
HayMax has won over 40 awards and Janey Lee Grace and her team of judges, including TV and radio personality Zoe Ball and Dempsey and Makepeace actress and nutrition author Glynis Barber, voted HayMax Best Allergy Product in the 2018 Janey Loves Platinum Awards. It’s also just been shortlisted this month for the Healthy Magazine awards.
If you’d like to see what all the fuss is about, you can buy HayMax from Holland & Barrett, Ocado, selected Morrisons and Boots, independent chemists, pharmacists and health stores, online and direct on 01525 406600 or www.haymax.biz. HayMax organic drug-free allergen barrier balms retail at £6.99 per pot. One pot can last an entire season.