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Global Warming Expected to Spike Pollen and Spring Allergies - New Drug-Free Topical Gels Boost Hope for Allergy Sufferers
Date:3/11/2009

IRVINGTON, N.Y., March 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Spring has sprung and with it arrives the onset of unrelenting allergy symptoms which for many, will persist throughout the season into summer. For over 40 million Americans in search of allergy relief this season, a solution can't come fast enough. This year, experts predict pollen counts will reach all-time highs due to global warming. Fortunately, there is new hope for sufferers. Chloraseptic(R) Allergen Block and Little Allergies(R) Allergen Block are the first ever, drug-free, preventative solutions available for allergies.

These over-the-counter (OTC) products use an innovative science-based approach to help prevent nasal allergy symptoms by blocking allergens on contact, before they enter the nasal passages. Allergen Block products, sold under the Chloraseptic(R) brand for adults and the Little Remedies(R) brand for children, are topical gels which are applied around the nostrils to block both indoor and outdoor allergens on contact, thereby helping to prevent nasal allergy symptoms. The products are sold for approximately $14.99 at drug stores, mass merchandisers and supermarkets.

The Allergen Block products are drug-free, easy-to-use, and without systemic side effects.(1) These gentle topical gels may be used safely in conjunction with other over-the-counter or prescription medications and can be reapplied as often as needed.

How the Products Work

The Allergen Block products are patented formulations which are designed to work in a novel fashion. The gentle, positively-charged water-based gels help filter negatively-charged allergens in the air on contact. Filtering allergens such as pollen, ragweed, pet dander, and dust mites, helps stop them from entering the nasal passages, where they can cause allergic symptoms such as runny nose and sneezing. Therefore, unlike existing allergy products that treat allergy symptoms once the symptoms have started, Allergen Block products, when used as directed, help prevent the start of mild nasal allergy symptoms by reducing the number of allergen particles entering the nostrils.

How Safe Are the Products?

Chloraseptic(R) and Little Allergies(R) Allergen Block are drug-free, they are safe to use with other medications because they lack the side effects and potential drug interactions which can often accompany the use of systemic medications. The products are safe for use in both children and adults who need a gentle way to combat allergies without the worry of drug side effects.

(1) For best results use before symptoms start. Apply product at opening of nostrils and repeat every 4-6 hours. This product may be used in conjunction with other allergy medications for additional relief.


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