Travellers should beware if suffering from hay fever as pollen grains could affect you abroad, where pollen seasons may be different to the UK. Here’s useful advice from airborne allergens expert, Max Wiseberg.
“Check the pollen calendar before you go (try Accuweather), as you might encounter new pollens triggering hay fever.
“Pack HayMax organic drug-free allergen barrier balm (www.haymax.biz), which works by trapping allergens before they enter the body through the nose and eyes. HayMax is drug free, organic and 100% natural, plus it comes in a travel-friendly 5ml pot.”
Max also advises – “Keep windows closed to prevent pollen from blowing in and use air conditioning if you have it.”
“Tie your hair up and wear a hat, cap or other head covering outdoors to prevent pollen particles being caught in your hair. Wear wraparound sunglasses to stop pollen particles getting in your eyes.”
“Before you board flight, train, car or taxi, apply HayMax