Friday, March 24, 2017
ClariSpray Nasal Allergy Spray Review + GIVEAWAY
I have allergies. I'm allergic to mold, dust, pollen, trees, grass, dogs and cats (pet dander), etc. Right now, Allegra is my go-to over-the-counter allergy medicine, supplemented with Opcan-A eye drops when I start to experience itchy "allergy" eyes.
But when I was invited to try ClariSpray for free through BzzAgent, I jumped at the chance because I know that eventually Allegra is not going to work for me anymore (in the same way that Zyrtec and Claritin before it stopped working after I took them for a certain time period).
ClariSpray is a nasal allergy spray from the makers of Claritin (Bayer), and it contains Fluticasone Propionate, which, according to Bayer, is the number one prescribed ingredient for nasal allergy relief. That's actually an ingredient that is different from what is found in Claritin.
So what does that mean? Well, ClariSpray is designed to relieve nasal congestion, sneezing, and itchy, runny nose due to allergies. And it provides 24-hour non-drowsy relief from those allergy symptoms.
You can purchase it in a 60-spray or 120-spray bottle without a prescription at grocery, drug, and mass retailers.
While I'm sure the product works for some people, it didn't really work that well for me. I used the product as directed for about a week and a half: two sprays in each nostril for one week and then one spray in each nostril for week two through six months. The instructions say that most people start experiencing relief after the first day, but I still suffered from some allergy problems. Mainly, "allergy" eyes. I didn't have any sniffly or runny nose while using the ClariSpray, but right before I started using it, my eyes were giving me problems. I had really hoped that the ClariSpray would help out with the itchy eyes, but it didn't. And I was a little unclear about whether or not I could use my allergy eye drops while also taking ClariSpray. The instructions say not to take steroid eye drops for allergies while taking ClariSpray.
Before starting ClariSpray, I also had been suffering from what allergy sufferers can only understand: an itchy feeling in the back of my throat. That DID go away after starting ClariSpray, but toward the end of my test drive with the nasal spray, I had a few sneezes. And ClariSpray did nothing to prevent me from having an allergic reaction to dust while vacuuming my house, even though ClariSpray is supposed to work on nasal allergy symptoms caused by exposure to dust and dust mites, among other allergens.
I think the main thing with me is that I need to be under the care of an allergist. (Ever since moving to New Jersey, my allergies have just been crazy.) So a product like ClariSpray just isn't going to cut it.
But if you are simply looking for relief from nasal allergy symptoms during allergy season, then ClariSpray might be a good option for you.
And if you'd like to try it out for yourself, I have THREE $3 coupons to give away! Just enter using the Rafflecopter below. Three winners will randomly be picked, and then I'll mail out the coupons to those winners. For full giveaway rules, please read the Rafflecopter details below. Good luck!