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Haylief Hayfever Relief Wipes - 12 x 10 Wipes

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What are Haylief Hayfever Relief Wipes?

Haylief Hayfever Relief Wipes are a quick, easy-to-use treatment for cleaning the hands and face and remove pollen from the face, the cause of hayfever. These wipes contain the ingredients tea tree oil and peppermint, which help to remove dirt and excess oils from the skin. Using these wipes will also refresh and soothe the skin.


How does pollen get into the body to cause hayfever?

Pollen is a substance that is released into the air by trees, grass, and weeds. This air is breathed in. In most cases, this is harmless. Though for some, it causes hayfever which brings a number of symptoms in the nose, eyes, and skin. In general, the pollen count rises in the morning and peaks at noon, before declining in the afternoon and evening.


Who are these Haylief Wipes suitable for?

The Haylief wipes are suitable to be used by anyone who is looking for a wipe that will clean the hands and face while also removing any pollen, dirt, or oils from the skin. The wipes should not be used by anyone who is allergic to any of the ingredients contained in the wipes.


How should Haylief Hayfever Relief Wipes be used?

These wipes can be used daily for the relief of hayfever symptoms such as sneezing. They can also be used to remove dirt and potential irritants on the face and hands. If you are suffering from hayfever, then you should also be using a medical form of treatment to also reduce the symptoms as well.

Haylief Hayfever Relief Wipes - 12 x 10 Wipes Reviews

By Westgate,
August 18, 2020
Excellent product, works well and fast delivery, excellent service all round.

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