Tuesday, June 4, 2013

New Advil Allergy & Congestion Relief

So far this allergy season has been a nightmare! I mean I have really struggled to breathe, and my eyes have been watering since spring. I do take a lot of precautions like air filters, nasal sprays, etc. But, with the dogs tracking things in and out, and with how bad it’s been this season, I needed something more than that. 

Advil is my go to brand for pain relief, and since I already trust them, I was very happy to see they offered a new Advil Allergy & Congestion Relief! What I really love is that these can be taken as needed and don’t have to be an everyday thing. 

In addition to having Ibuprofen they also have, chlorpheniramie Maleate, which is an antihistamine, and  Phenylephrine HCI, which is  a nasal decongestant. What that means is in addition to the antihistamine relief that you get from regular allergy medicines, you will get the added benefit of a decongestant, and also sinus pressure & nasal swelling relief!

As someone who regularly struggles with allergies, all year long, I am so happy to be able to tell you that this works. It really did take away that hazy allergy head feeling. If you have allergies you know exactly what I mean! It’s like viewing the world through shrink wrap while trying to walk through mud!  

If you are struggling with allergies this season you can pick up the new Advil Allergy & Congestion Relief where you would normally get your over the counter medications. If you would like a coupon I have several that I would be happy to mail on a first come first served basis. 

I’m ready to head out and play with the dogs outside! Hope you are enjoying your summer too! For more information please visit the Advil site. 

Disclosure: I may receive products in exchange for an honest review. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I personally believe will be good for my readers. 

1 comment:

  1. I don't get normal allergies from being outside, I get them from dust. Worst. Feeling. Ever. I do have a lot of sinus issues though and this sounds like something that would be really helpful to have around for an extra bad day.