LifeMinute Loves These Allergy Relievers
From the LifeMinute.TV Team
May 17, 2022
For starters, you want to try to eliminate those indoor allergens as much as possible. For that, we turn to LG Electronics. They’ve just launched a really innovative new product to help keep allergens at bay. This is the LG PuriCare AeroTower Air Purifying Fan, an all-in-one air care solution that delivers exceptional air quality with really powerful filtration and customized airflow, and it’s packaged in this sleek, beautiful looking design. With 10 fan speeds, you can easily customize how you want the purified air to be circulated in each room of your house. It is especially great during those warmer months because it pumps cool air.
It is also certified asthma and allergy friendly by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America to capture 99.97% of allergens such as fine dust and pollen. Plus, it captures 99.9% of bacteria on the fan blades for extra oomph using their exclusive UV-nano LED technology which is pretty neat. It’s also whisper-quiet—so you don’t even know it’s there.
You can also control it from anywhere through LG’s ThinQ app. You can get it on lg.com and at other major retailers.
Seasonal allergies are in full bloom and that means itchy allergy eyes, which affect about 40% of Americans,1 and it’s not just seasonal allergies that cause those itchy, allergy eyes.
Outdoor allergens such as pollen from grass, trees, weeds, and indoor allergens, like pet dander, can cause itchy eyes too. When allergens in the air get into your eyes, histamine, which is the body’s natural defense mechanism, is released and it can cause an allergic response that can make your eyes itch.
We’ve partnered with the makers of Lastacaft® a prescription strength antihistamine eye drop that you can get over the counter now, and it works in minutes to relieve itchy eyes caused by these allergens.
Just one drop once a day provides fast-acting relief for itchy allergy eyes. It works in as little as three minutes and lasts up to 16 hours2 for ages two and older (use as directed).
 Kimchi N, Bielory L. The allergic eye: Recommendations about pharmacotherapy and recent therapeutic agents. Current Opinion in Allergy and Clinical Immunology 2020; 20:4:414-420.
2Torkildsen, G., & Shedden, A. (2011). The safety and efficacy of alcaftadine 0.25% ophthalmic solution for the prevention of itching associated with allergic conjunctivitis. Current Medical Research and Opinion, 27(3), 623–631. https://doi.org/10.1185/03007995.2010.548797
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