Tuesday, 11 July 2017

HayMax Organic Drug-Free Allergy Barrier Review and Giveaway

I prefer to avoid medicine unless absolutely necessary, especially when it comes to my children, so I'll always take a more natural option if possible. HayMax is a transparent balm which aims to catch pollen and other allergens, preventing them from entering your body.


I have been sent the 5 different HayMax barrier balms to try. All are organic and very natural. HayMax Pure and HayMax Kids contain only 2 ingredients - Sunflower Oil and Beeswax - and are safe for people of all ages.

The other 3 varieties are lightly scented with  Frankincense, Aloe Vera and Lavender. They are suitable for anyone other than small babies, including pregnant women and youngsters. All varieties are non-drowsy and drug-free.


The balm is rubbed around your nostrils and can also be used under your eyes, where it catches  allergens before they enter your body. Particles from dust, animals and plants stick to the balm. You need to reapply regularly and after blowing your nose.

The packaging is great, minimal and recyclable. These tiny pots will fit into any bag or pocket and are pretty cute.


The balm isn't irritating or itchy and I was a bit concerned as to whether I'd look funny, but it's virtually invisible. Certainly a lot more subtle than vaseline or vapour rubs. I've used it quite a lot and no-one has noticed, so it works for me.

I'd judge that my nose is bothering me less, but I have mainly found my eyes are a lot less runny, although I've only used the balm around my nostrils. It's made a real difference in my opinion. I've struggled to read or watch TV later at night because of sore eyes and that's definitely improved.


I'm a big fan of natural when possible and HayMax fits the bill. At £6.99 each, or 3 for £13.98, HayMax represents an investment, but each tiny 5ml pot should help you for a whole hayfever season, so compared to the cost of cut price over the counter anti-histamines, it is very good value.

HayMax is available to buy from chemists and online from the HayMax website, where you can also find out more and take advantage of their 3 for 2 offer.


HayMax have kindly offered one of my readers the VIP pack that I was sent, with a 5ml pot of each of the 5 varieties of HayMax. To enter the giveaway, use the Gleam form below. No entries are mandatory and if you haven't used Gleam before, there's a 'how to' on my Giveaways page...

UK entrants only, the giveaway will end at midnight Sunday 13th August.

HayMax Organic Drug-Free Allergy Barrier Giveaway




72 comments:

  1. I'm definitely tagging my mum. She is unable to take antihistamine mess due to other mess she is on. This could be the answer to her eyes and congestion!

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    1. It sounds like it could be perfect, definitely worth a try. I've found it really helpful with my eyes, not so much congestion, but definitely my eyes are loads better.

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  2. if i was allergic to alcohol it would be great would save me a fortune

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  3. Meetings as their is nothing more mind numbing than work meetings

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  4. Dust and insects.

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  5. Ashleigh Allan12 July 2017 at 10:30

    Chocolate so I didn't have to worry about my weight

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  6. i wish i was allergic to everything but pizza so i could live on it forever :D

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  7. Suzanne Jackson15 July 2017 at 12:47

    Alcohol and curry. Then I'd be a size 10, I'm sure!

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  8. I think I am allergic to stress 😂
    I wish I was allergic to getting up early on weekends!

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  9. Training days at work...yawn, wish I was allergic to those!

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  10. I wish I was allergic to presentations...I just hate public speaking

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  11. Chocolate, then I may be able to resist a cadburys dairy milk!

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  12. Smoking!!!!!!!! Not doing too bad on the old e cig!!!

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  13. My hayfever has been sooo bad this year. I am always looking for drug free remedies to try. Something has to work !!

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  14. I can't really think of anything to be honest. I know how bad it is to be allergic to anything...so maybe allergic to allergies is a good answer? ;)

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  15. fish, hubby loves it and always cookin it but i hate the smelll!

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  16. Could I be allergic to dirty nappies? Please, please, please!

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  17. Smoking horrible smell!

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  18. I wish I was allergic to cleaning materials, so that my partner had to do the cleaning!

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  19. Paint so that i wouldn't have to do any decorating!

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  20. Cleaning the to toilet or school runs lol x

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  21. work! so I could spend more time at home........

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  22. I would like to be allergic to messiness then I would have to do my housework more!

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  23. Allergies can be mild - severe - life threatening. So really I would prefer not to have any allergies. What I'd like to avoid doing is ironing, boring time consuming task. So I get clothes that need little to no ironing. I take washing from machine as soon as it is finished being washed, and hang clothes up in such a manner that avoids creasing, avoid creasing clothes when dried and put away.

    Drug -Free Allergy Barrier sounds good to me. As medications / drugs can have side effects e.g. Cause drowsiness, etc.

    Rachel Craig

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  24. I agree with alcohol, would save me so much money!

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  25. Chocolate! Would save me lots of money and painful dentist trips!

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  26. Rain, then it would always be sunny!

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  27. Chocolate- would do my waistline a favour

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  28. Maybe junk food, so I was a bit healthier!

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  29. putting the bin out! And mowing the lawn! kids and hubby would benefit from these balms - sound amazing!

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  30. Hayfever is killing me this year. xxx

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  31. Dust so I don't have to do all the cleaning!

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  32. I wish that I was allergic to going to the doctors, so I never have to go again.

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  33. Cleaning!... Actually I think I may be 😜

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  34. I was I was allergic to ironing :)

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  35. I wish I was allergic to ironing and would love an excuse to avoid doing it

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  36. Chocolate, really love it, but could do with cutting it out x

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  37. Paint then I wouldn't have to decorate.

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  38. Work??? Unfortunaly it pays the bills tho ha

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  39. Work??? Unfortunatly i have to to pay the bills ha

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  40. Maths. I don't use the word hate very often but I really hated maths at school.

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  41. It's got to be cream cakes, naughty but nice

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  42. Ironing and cleaning the toilets.

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  43. smoking it would save me loads i've tried so many times to give up but its never worked

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  44. this sounds awesome!

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  45. Chocolate biscuits - can't resist them however much I try and they're showing on my hips! x

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  46. i have hayfever i dont wish for any one to have allergies some r so dangerous

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  47. Cleaning. I avoid it as much as I can but you can't ignore it forever!

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  48. I wish I was allergic to any and all workplaces :D

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  49. Bad drivers and aggressive drivers. I seem to always be where they are.

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  50. Alcohol! I would be so much thinner and healthier without it.

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  51. Chocolate as eat too much of it

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  52. I wish I were allergic to selfish people!!!

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  53. Chocolate! That'd help me out a lot!

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