There are several allergen sprays on the market. All of them are used by spraying on soft surfaces such as upholstered furniture to reduce allergens. But there's the new kid on the block. It's called Allergen Spray by Allergy Defender. Allergen Spray is the only product you can spray in the air AND on surfaces to reduce your allergic symptoms. You spray the rooms in your home to reduce allergens, and you spray upholstered furniture, curtains, pillows, and more. It's scientifically proven to reduce dog and cat dander, dust mites, and cockroach allergens. How does it do that? Since allergens are tiny and float in the air, they are everywhere. Allergen Spray ingredients attach themselves to those teeny allergens and drop them to the ground. Once on the ground, these same ingredients dry out the allergen, so it can't float around and bother your nose, eyes, or lungs anymore. Allergen Spray contains no plant-based ingredients, petroleum, essential oils, or harsh chemicals. It's hypoallergenic (meaning it won't cause an allergic reaction). It contains zero fragrances or scents that could irritate you. Why not add this to your arsenal of allergy-reducing products? And there are no side effects!
Pros: Mineral ingredients will not harm you. Scent and fragrant free. Can be sprayed on both hard and soft surfaces. Eco-friendly bottle contains only ingredients inside, not water. All ingredients are listed, so you know what you're spraying in your home. A very quick way to gain control of allergens in a room. You can use Allergen Spray in partnership with any other product mentioned in this article
Cons: Have to add water to the bottle. It can leave a "residue" on hard dark surfaces (which can be wiped off) because it is collecting the dust in the air and dropping it to the ground.
There you have it; a quick overview of products to relieve indoor allergies. Hope we tickled your fancy about discovering a new way to reduce allergies; Allergen Spray is safe to use, and allergy relief is just a spray away!
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