Savers Is Selling Hay Fever Wipes For 99p
Hay fever sufferers, listen up. This piece of information might be about to change your life. There's a new 99p hay fever wipe that you can buy from Savers that seems to be working a treat.
Summer is great, but it can be a drain for those of us who spend most of the time sniffing, sneezing, and rubbing our eyes. Yes, hay fever is an absolute bitch.
It's also everywhere you go. That's the trouble with being violently allergic to airborne stuff that you can barely see and that is being spat out into the world by literally every plant and tree that you see.
It's really annoying, basically.
However, sufferers from pollen allergy have been raving about this new product which - at 99p for 30 wipes - could be considered something of a godsend.
The wipes claim to trap and remove pollen from you when used. If they can deliver that for just less than a quid, then fair play to them.
Made by Nuage, the wipes are suitable for both your hands and your face - predominantly the face, you'd have to imagine - and contain both peppermint and tea tree oil. That means they probably smell pretty good, too.
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This bargain was spotted by - where else - the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group. They seem to come up with something good every week.
If you want to try these out, you can head down to a branch of bargain store Savers to see if they've got any in stock.
However, if there isn't a local branch of Savers for you to head down to, you can get them online. You can expect to pay slightly more for them there, though.
OK, it's not an astronomical amount. Online the wipes cost £1.49. Head on over to My Shop if you want to do that.
Interestingly enough, if you really want to ease your symptoms, having sex could be an effective way to do that. Sounds more fun that wiping your face, doesn't it?
Researchers from Tabriz Medical University published a study claiming to extol the benefits of shagging the sneezes away in journal Medical Hypotheses.
One of those scientists, neurologist Sina Zarrintan, said: "It can be done from time to time to alleviate the congestion and the patient can adjust the number of intercourses depending on the severity of the symptoms."
It's worth pointing out that not everyone agrees with that. It's gotta be worth a go, though.
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