Fast acting, clinically proven, drug free hay fever and allergy prevention for children.
- Nasaleze Children's Allergy Blocker starts to work in less than 2 minutes.
- It treats the cause of allergies to prevent the symptoms.
- Take Nasaleze Children's Allergy Blocker before being exposed to pollen and other airborne allergens.
- Nasaleze Children's Allergy Blocker is a powder nasal spray that turns to a gel in the nose, which creates a barrier to shield and protect from airborne allergens.
- Nasaleze Children's Allergy Blocker does not contain antihistamines or steroids.
- Nasaleze Children's Allergy Blocker has no known side effects.
- Nasaleze Children's Allergy Blocker is suitable for children from 18 months under supervision.
- Ingredients: hydroxypropyl methylcellulose and strawberry.
Video: Nasaleze Children's Allergy Blocker®
Defend against hay fever and airborne allergens with a revolutionary cellulose powder allergy management system which shields and protects the sensitive lining of the nose.
Nasaleze Children’s Allergy Blocker is a paediatrician recommended product
In the summer of 2010, Professor Nils Aberg from the The Queen Silvia Children’s Hospital, Sweden conducted a controlled study on the effects of Nasaleze at treating allergy symptoms in 53 children. Below is a statement he made to summarise the study results.
A nasally applied cellulose powder in seasonal allergic rhinitis (SAR) in children and adolescents; reduction of symptoms and relation to polen load¹
“A fixed moderate dosage of the cellulose powder provided a significant reduction of hay fever symptoms in children despite high pollen counts. The absence of adverse effects, however, should enable dosage as needed depending on the pollen load to achieve and maintain complete symptom relief. This safe and convenient treatment option for the prevalent childhood affliction may well be combined with oral antihistamine, the most common OTC (over the counter) and prescription remedy.”
1 Aberg N, Dahl A, Benson M. A nasally applied cellulose powder in seasonal allergic rhinitis (SAR) in children and adolescents; reduction of symptoms
and relation to pollen load. Pediatric Allergy and Immunology 2011; 22: 594-599.
How to apply Nasaleze: In 5 steps
Step 1 – Blow your nose.
Step 2 – Remove cap and shake the bottle side to side.
Step 3 – Administer a test spray to gauge the pressure required for an ideal dose, which is a 10 to 15cm plume of powder. If you find the bottle too stiff to squeeze with one hand then use both hands (once you are used to taking Nasaleze the test spray is no longer needed).
Step 4 – Place the nozzle of the bottle just inside the nose and apply 1 to 2 sprays into each nostril. Inhale gently while squeezing but do not inhale deeply.
Step 5 – Re-apply each time you blow your nose.