Nasal Guard Allergie Block - how I overcome my allergies when riding.

For the past 2 weeks or so I have been using a product called NasalGuard, Allergie block, I use to take anti-histamine drugs but I’m not very keen on having to take tablets all the time for everything. The nasal guard is the perfect way to let me do what I love doing the most.

I was having issues at the stables where I ride with sneezing from either some of the horses with long fur and malting coats or the hay and the little floaty bits that go up your nose, in your mouth and in your eyes. This was getting worse over the last few months with a warm winter it didn't help either, I love riding as you all know and didn't want this to become a problem for me, I was so glad to be offered the chance to try the Nasal Guard to see if this would help me.

Key benefits: Drug -free, Clinically proven, suitable if you are pregnant and for children. 

How does it work? 

It can be used by anyone suffering from allergy symptoms such as pet fur, hay-fever and dust. Nasal Guard blocks these things called airborne. 

It instantly leaves a tingly sensation just under your nose, like when you put something cold and minty on, although the smell is not very minty, it has a very strange smell, but you get use to this and forget it straight away.

How do you apply it? – this is very easy, just squeeze a drop onto your finger and apply a layer around your nose just above your lip. It dries very quickly and doesn't leave a sticky spot, however the tingling feeling is strange for a second. This does need applying every 4 hours or so, this was my mistake, it wore off and the sneezing fits came back. I have used this 4 times while riding and finding it very useful, my only problem now is with this weather, the flies are back!

My boyfriend (Charlie) also tried this gel when cleaning up the horrible mold spores that keep appearing in our flat, he suffers from asthma and when he is cleaning his chest gets tight and he sneezes constantly, too, this gel really helped him when cleaning, he still had a tight chest which he uses his inhaler for, but he was able to clean away without sneezing too much. (he also swept the stairs too) this must be working. 

My review – I believe this gel can work when used correctly, enough is spread onto the upper area between nose and lip and it is re-applied. I found it very useful when riding I have not had any sneezing fits but still do have itchy eyes, Charlie also found it useful when cleaning. It does feel odd having something on your face, but you soon forget about it anyway. 

I recommend this product if you are allergic to something and it causes you to sneeze, this will really help!

Let me know if you have used this before, I would love to see your review 

Where can you buy it?  It is available in most Boots stores nationwide and online at RRP £11.99

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Disclosure: this is my honest review of the gel


  1. my poor brother could do with this as hes tried everything on the market and nothing so far has worked

    1. he should defiantly give it a go! let me know how it goes :)

  2. It must be a nightmare to have allergies, *touch wood* I don't have any but this looks like a great product for sufferers


    1. my allergies are not so bad in the winter but since the sun has been out and it's got warmer its all flared up again x

  3. That looks like a great idea. I get hayfever so I may check this out when I'm in Boots next. It can be a real nightmare with a blocked nose, itchy throat and eyes too. Fab review and useful product thanks!
    The Diary Of A Jewellery Lover

    1. You defiantly should give it a go, let me know how it goes :)

    2. My symptoms have started :(

  4. What a great alternative to tablets. I don't have any really but it must come in really useful if you have more than 1 allergy. Great review

  5. I don't suffer with hay fever, but I might mention this to my housemate as she really struggles swallowing pills, even if they are tiny!

    Corinne x

  6. ooh, this sounds interesting. I use a nasal spray but i hate the sensation when I squirt things up my nose.


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