The ‘Lifesaver’ for Pregnant and Breast-Feeding Mums with Hay Fever

Coping with hay fever at any time is bad enough; but it’s all the more difficult when you’re pregnant or breastfeeding. Many mums are looking for something that will give them effective relief from the symptoms, but don’t want to use anything that might harm their baby, so a drug-free answer is crucial. HayMax is made entirely of organic and natural products and because it’s applied externally and drug-free, it’s not going to be passed through you to your baby. It has been described as a ‘lifesaver’ and many pregnant and breast-feeding women mums ‘can’t recommend HayMax highly enough’.

During pregnancy and breast-feeding coping with hay fever can be more difficult. Drug-free options for managing hay fever are particularly valued, because many women feel that their sensitivity to allergens increases during and after pregnancy. Since hormonal changes make nasal congestion more common during pregnancy, this is hardly surprising. Nor is it any surprise that such problems are exacerbated during hay fever season.

According to the NHS website, if you wish to take antihistamines, your doctor is most likely to prescribe you one of the ‘second generation’ – that is, non-sedating – antihistamines. These include loratadine and cetirizine. If you are trying to avoid drugs during your pregnancy or whilst you are breastfeeding, HayMax organic and natural allergen barrier balms offer a drug-free option for battling with pollen and other airborne allergens such as dust and pet particles.

Obviously one has to be careful when pregnant and breast-feeding and you should always seek a doctor’s opinion about a medical condition. Many pregnant women have bought HayMax and no adverse effects have been reported. HayMax organic barrier balms help keep airborne allergens at bay, and there are plenty of unsolicited testimonials from pregnant and breastfeeding women to support this.

Jayne Picton commented, “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 HayMax 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 HayMax, what a lifesaver you have been for me!” 

And Claire says, “Just discovered your product. I am feeding my son myself and I’m unable to take oral products. Won’t be going back to tablets. Can’t recommend HayMax highly enough.”

HayMax allergen barrier balms can help stop hay fever in its tracks, by trapping pollen before it enters the body [1,2], before it can trigger symptoms. HayMax is applied externally, around the rim of the nostrils and the bones of the eyes (but not in the eyes). It has been proven to trap over 1/3 of pollen grains before they enter the body [2]. This can help keep the sufferer below their trigger level for longer.

All ingredients (various seed oils, essential oils, Aloe Vera, and beeswax) have been selected to be suitable for pregnant and breastfeeding women as well as children.

HayMax is featured by doctors in the media, glamorous Hollyoaks actress, Nadine Mulkerrin posted about it on Instagram and it has been used successfully by two Olympic athletes. It is certified organic by The Soil Association and is approved by the Vegetarian Society. And HayMax has now won over 50 awards, including bizziebaby Gold awards.

HayMax organic drug-free allergen barrier balms’ rrp is £6.99 per pot and they are available from Holland & Barrett, Booths, Ocado, selected Superdrug, Morrisons and Boots, independent chemists, pharmacists and health stores, on 01525 406600 and from www.haymax.biz

Morrisons are currently offering HayMax organic drug-free allergen barrier balms at a special price of £5.00 – saving £1.99, over 28%, off the recommended retail price of £6.99 per pot. They are currently on offer at Morrisons and www.morrisons.com at £5.00 for a limited period; Morrisons normally offer them at £6.00 per pot.