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Prevalin Allergy

The next generation of hay fever treatment

Prevalin

PREVALIN 

PREVALIN

Starts to act 5 times faster than hay-fever tablets*

Prevalin™ Allergy  starts to act 5 x faster than traditional hay fever tablets and reduces allergic rhinitis symptoms within 3 minutes. Prevalin™ is a thixotropic nasal spray that is a gel at rest that becomes a fine mist when shaken. This mist lines the inner surface of the nasal cavity, where it resettles as a stable impermeable barrier (within 3 minutes). The barrier prevents contact of the allergen with the nasal mucosa and is effective in preventing allergic reactions.

  • PrevalinAllergy is free of medication – therefore it contains no antihistamines, corticosteroids or decongestants
  • It does not cause rebound effects and can be used prophylactically (to prevent allergies)

*Data on file

Who is Prevalin™ Allergy for?

Prevalin™ Allergy brings relief to everyone suffering from hay fever symptoms which impact their their lives, their performance (at work/school/as mothers) and disrupts their social activities and plans.

Prevalin™ Allergy is ideal for sufferers looking an effective alternative to traditional antihistamines or nasal corticosteriods or sufferers who would like to achieve effective allergy relief without the side effects.

Prevalin™ Allergy is also suitable for :
1. Pregnant and breastfeeding women
2. Sports people, professional athletes

Do not use Prevalin™ Allergy if you are allergic to sesame seeds or sesame seed oil.

 

How it Works:

Clinically proven:

  • Prevalin™ Allergy is effective in reducing allergy symptoms in 3 minutes
  • Starts to act 5 times faster than hay-fever tablets

 

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Available at Dis-Chem, Clicks and selected leading independent pharmacies

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References:

* 1. Schaudt, M., NIZO food research, 2012. In vitro examination of the rheological and barrier forming properties of Prevalin

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3. Schran HF, Petryk L, Chang CT, O’Connor R, Gelbert MB. The pharmacokinetics and bioavailability of clemastine and phenylpropanolamine in single-component and combination formulations. J Clin Pharmacol 1996;36:911-922

4. Simons FE, Simons KJ. Clinical pharmacology of new histamine H1 receptor antagonists. Clin Pharmacokinet 1999;36(5):329-52

5. Stoelzel, K. et al., 2014. Safety and efficacy of Nasya/Prevalin in reducing symptoms of allergic rhinitis. The Clinical Respiratory Journal, 8, pp.382–390. Available at: http://doi.wiley.com/10.1111/crj.12080