Talk Health

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Allergy Awareness Week runs from 20th April to 26th April and is organised by Allergy UK to support allergy sufferers and raise awareness of the issues they face.

In the UK, the number of allergy sufferers increases by five per cent year on year, with half of those affected being children. With such a large amount of adults and children affected, the development of products that are allergy friendly is key in helping sufferers minimise their symptoms.

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My Little Black Book

my little black book

If there is one thing guaranteed to ruin the festive season – other than warring in-laws or an ill-timed office party liaison – it is the flu. But short of locking ourselves in a secluded room until it’s time to party (as if) then preventative measures are needed. For me, that means carrying a bottle of Aquaint, a natural sanitising water that kills 99.9% of bacteria in seconds. Unlike gel based alternatives it is fragrance-free and allergy friendly, meaning it doesn’t sting or dry out the skin.

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Freshen up for Indoor Allergy Week (Easier lifestyle)

easier lifestyle

Indoor Allergy Week runs from 20th to 26th October and is organised by Allergy UK to support allergy sufferers and raise awareness of the issues they face.

In the UK, the number of allergy sufferers increases by five per cent year on year, with half of all the millions affected being children. With such a large amount of adults and children affected, the development of products that are allergy friendly is key in helping sufferers minimise their symptoms.

Click here to read more.