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Prevalin Allergy Adult Nasal Spray - 20 ml, 140 Doses

3.3 out of 5 stars 251 customer reviews

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  • A distinct hayfever treatment
  • A nasal spray clinically proven to relieve hayfever and other common allergies
  • Immediate action. Non-drowsy
  • No known side effects
  • Antihistamine and Stereoid-Free. From 12-years upwards
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Product Description

A hayfever treatment clinically proven to relieve hayfever and other common allergies. Immediate action. Antihistamine and stereoid-free. Prevalin relieves the symptoms of hayfever in the nose and eyes without causing side effects. Once shaken Prevalin becomes a liquid that can be easily sprayed into the nose. It then forms a stable and impermeable microgel barrier blocking the allergens from irritating the nasal mucosa and causing symptoms. Prevalin also stimulates the clearance of pollen from the body. It can be used by children from 6 years old, pregnant women, breastfeeding women and athletes.

Ingredients

Bentonite, Xanthan Gum, Glycerol Stearate, Potassium Phosphate, Dipotassium Phosphate, Glycerin, Sesamum Indicum (Sesame) Seed Oil, Aqua, Flavour

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Product Information

Volume20 ml
Storage InstructionsStore in a cool dry place. Do not store above 27°C (80.6°F). Do not refrigerate or freeze.
Manufacturer contactInQpharm Europe Ltd., Waldseeweg 6, 13467 Berlin, Germany.
BrandPrevalin
Formatgel
Serving Size100 Grams
  
Additional Information
ASINB004V8ZM1O
Best Sellers Rank 4,613 in Health & Personal Care (See top 100)
Shipping Weight41 g
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Date First Available5 April 2011
  
 

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Works well BUT the instructions don't fully explain how to get the best out of it. First blow your nose and make sure it is clear before trying to apply the Prevalin. Now shake the bottle VIGOROUSLY. The instructions say something like "shake 5-10 times" but in my experience this is not enough. I normally shake it for about 15 seconds if I can. Put the nozzle up your nose and spray whilst gently inhaling. This makes sure that the Prevalin gets where it needs to go. Once I've done this I usually blow my nose gently which gets rid of most of the excess - not too hard or you'll just blow all of it out. This leaves a good coating on the inside of your sinuses and goes a long way towards making it work properly. Blowing the excess out of your nose also helps to reduce it dripping down the back of your throat. I recommend this product but it took a bit of figuring out how to get the most from it.
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Having suffered from hay fever all my life (over 50 years!) and tried every treatment possible, from antihistamine pills (over the counter and precription medicine), drops, sprays, injections, inhalers etc, and all the unpleasant side effects that go with them - this is the first product I have found that really seems to work. Such a simple idea too, in that a fine gel coats the inside of the nose and so stops any pollen or dust from causing irritation.
I began using it six weeks ago, and have not had a streaming nose or the sneezing that I always suffer every summer, originally from May to August - but these days the season seems to begin earlier and I often now start in April. Last week I went out into the garden and pruned lots of shrubs and bushes with an electric trimmer, which would normally have had me suffering from hay fever for the rest of the day as there was clouds of pollen in the air, but I did not suffer any symptoms at all. To me, that was an absolute miracle!
Recently I started getting a cold, which with me always begins in the lungs and then moves up to the throat, and a few days later I develop a streaming nose and the sneezing associated with a head cold, but this time I only had a bad throat. Now this might be an absolute coincidence, but I wondered if the coating of the inside of my nose with Prevalin stopped it developing into a full blown head cold?
I would say that the down side is that you do feel a little blocked for the first hour or so after using it, but this clears. Also it smells exactly like toothpaste! So you do have to get used to a minty smell up your nose. It says that a bottle lasts one month, but I have found that after using it about three times a day, the bottle was empty after three weeks.
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I first came across Prevalin last summer (2015), and as a sufferer of chronic seasonal rhinitis it came as a godsend. Amazing stuff! Such a relief.
Really did the trick for me, and cleared my nose (and head) within 5 minutes. Yay! So far, so good…..

But, like so many other people have reported here, within days the pump mechanism of the bottle fails to work, the "spray" turns into a thick gloop, and it's impossible to depress the pump. (And yes, I did shake the bottle LOTS and I also ran the top of the bottle under some warm water to try and prevent any clogging).
Last year, I ended up throwing away three bottles (only partly used) because of this.
Very annoying, as it's not exactly cheap!!
I thought I'd try Prevalin again this year (hoping that the manufacturers may have changed the bottle/pump).
Nope. Still exactly the same problem…. :(

BUT…… I have a simple solution :)

Buy the product from a reputable retailer (it's widely available in the supermarkets), make sure you KEEP THE RECEIPT, use it (until it starts to clog)……then take it back, complain, and get another bottle!!!
I've done just that :)
And I will KEEP taking it back for another - until I at least get my money's worth.

If everybody does this, over time one of two things will hopefully happen:
The supermarkets will stop stocking it (because of the returns/complaints) or
The manufacturers of Prevalin will sit up, pay attention, and replace the product with a bottle/mechanism that WORKS (instead of cashing in).
Let's hope it's the latter…….as it really is amazing stuff (…..when it works)!!!!

I hope this review helps :)
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Although I don't think this product should be sold in its current state with the pump malfunctioning all the time, you can get it to work again by running hot water over the top part for a while, and then spray a few times until liquid comes out again.
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Okay so I had mixed feelings about this product given the extremes expressed in favour and against I read in the customer comments.

Does this product work? Yes. Best relief I've had this seasons. My sinuses thank Prevalin from the bottom of their heart.

Does this product hurt? This is difficult to answer given everyone's discomfort levels are different so this is really subjective. Yes it stings at first, and then for about 5 minutes after, but seriously!! It lasts for 6 years!! It is WORTH it! Having now read the instructions included in the box, I can confirm it hurts less is you use the product according to manufacturers instructions.

Does this product go gloomy? Not if you shake it well. Also, if you press the pump down slowly, it will shoot a solid jet of liquid in the air about 30 cm! don't do that up your nose! Dispense swiftly and a small cloud of mist is dispensed. This is the way to do it.

Righting other wrongs: one user claims it doesn't tell you to blow your nose first. a) blowing your nose is common sense, if you buy a light switch you don't need to be told you need to connect it to an electricity supply before you might use it to turn on a light bulb b) it says quite clearly you must blow your nose first before using the product. This product works by coating the nasal passageways, clearly the emptier this passageways are the better the product is able to line the walls of the passageways. Do you gloss your woodwork before sanding it? Think peplum THINK!

Price £5.00 for a product that has a lifespan of 90 days on it once opened. That's approximately 6p a day. Who wouldn't pay that to alleviate the horrific side-effects of acute hay fever?
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