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Hay Fever Sufferers Claim Savers’ 99p Gel Eye Mask Is A "Godsend"

A 99p eye product has been hailed a "godsend" for hay fever sufferers.

One savvy shopper took to Facebook's Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group to share her love for Savers' Gel Eye Mask that's less than one quid.

"Tip for hay fever sufferers, these gel eye masks are awesome for putting on your eyes for relief, 99p in Savers," wrote Nicola Taylor alongside a photograph of the product in question.

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Credit: Nicola Taylor/Extreme Couponing And Bargains UK/Facebook
Credit: Nicola Taylor/Extreme Couponing And Bargains UK/Facebook

And it turns out she's not the only fan of the budget beauty buy. "I have these they are a god send honestly [sic]," wrote another Facebook user.

Others were excited to hear about the clever buy, commenting: "Glad I've seen this my son's 8 and he suffers really bad with his hay fever there was one morning where he couldn't open his eyes at all [sic]."

Credit: Pexels
Credit: Pexels

Another tagged a friend remarking: "We should start packing these in our bags for work."

While the mask isn't specifically designed to target hay fever, it does claim to "relieve stress" and "reduce puffiness" - a common symptom of the summer condition.

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The blue mask, filled with a cooling gel, can be popped in the fridge for extra soothing powers.


Credit: Superdrug
Credit: Superdrug

For those not able to get their hands on Savers' version, Superdrug offers a similar solution in the form of its Fruity Gel Eye Pads that are just £2.99 for a pack of two.

Hay fever sufferers were recently warned of a 'pollen bomb' hitting the UK caused by the unusual combination of heavy rain and high temperatures. We are also in the peak period of grass pollen season - the type that affects 90 per cent of people with hay fever.

The NHS has some clever tricks to help sufferers, too. It recommends putting Vaseline around your nostrils to trap pollen and buying a special pollen filter for the air vents of your car.

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Topics: News, Life News, Health

Amber Ascroft

Amber is a freelance beauty editor and lifestyle journalist. She's written for the likes of STYLIST, Red, Harper's Bazaar, Mail Online and Good Housekeeping and starred on ITV's This Morning.

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