21 Products You Need to Survive Allergy Season This Year

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Ready your allergy arsenal for the start of spring. Here are 21 allergy-relief products to help you breathe a little easier when the pollen starts floating around.

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Wedderspoon Organic Manuka Honey Pops Variety Pack

$17 for pack of 24 BUY NOW

In case you aren't already aware of the healing properties of manuka honey, this liquid gold is produced in New Zealand from the nectar of the manuka bush, and it contains high concentrations of antibacterial compounds. Because it's a little pricier than other types of honey (which you may already have in your cabinet), we suggest keeping these organic manuka honey pops from Wedderspoon on hand. They're a sweet, non-medicated alternative to throat lozenges, and they're the perfect petite size for kids and adults to enjoy.

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doTERRA Deep Blue Rub

$39 BUY NOW

This camphorous blend of botanicals is just the relief that your stuffed-up sinuses have been waiting for, containing wintergreen, peppermint, ylang-ylang, helichrysum, blue tansy, blue chamomile, and osmanthus oils. Formulated to alleviate muscle soreness, this minty lotion also imparts a cooling sensation when applied to a throbbing head or inflamed throat. You can also dab it on your hands, rub them together, and then inhale the scent from your palms to enjoy an instant hit of freshness anytime.

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Probiogen Allergy Defense Probiotic

$38 BUY NOW

Though we don't usually associate allergy relief with gut health, it's good to promote a holistic sense of well-being in all systems in the body. The Probiogen supplement is great for anyone who normally takes a probiotic for digestion aid, and it also contains additional nutrients and herbal ingredients that can help defend against seasonal allergies. Reviewers note that it helps significantly with nasal congestion and feeling less drowsy.

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Himalayan Chandra Porcelain Neti Pot

$11 BUY NOW

If you're suffering from constant congestion, using this ceramic neti pot can help flush your sinuses out of excess mucus, helping you breathe much better through your nose. 

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TaoTronics Cool Mist Humidifier

$65 BUY NOW

In the colder months when the air is extremely dry, anyone who is plagued with congestion, or even bloody noses during the night, should consider getting a humidifier — just make sure you clean it properly! This model has a near five-star rating and over 2K reviews, with its users touting it for its effectiveness and its soothing nightlight function.

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Visine Maximum Strength Redness Reliever Eye Drops

$6 BUY NOW

Year-round allergy sufferers, this is one to keep with you at all times. A few drops of Visine onto itchy eyes provides near-instant relief, while also clearing up redness.

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Xlear Xylitol Sinus Care Spray

$12 BUY NOW

When your sinuses are stuffed up, it can really put a damper on your day. Clear your head with Xlear, which can be sprayed right into your nostrils, allowing you to breathe easier while alleviating sinus headaches.

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Zyrtec Allergy Relief Tablets

$22 BUY NOW

When you're feeling lousy, don't underestimate the antihistamine! On high-pollen days, employ all of the help you can get by popping one Zyrtec tablet first thing in the morning, which guards yourself against a sinus meltdown later on.

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Puffs Plus Lotion — With the Scent of Vicks Facial Tissues

$34 for pack of 24 BUY NOW

If you already know you'll be reaching for the tissues throughout the day, opt for a box that's a little gentler on your schnoz. Each of these plush tissues is scented with the cooling fragrance of Vicks, and it's also infused with a little bit of lotion to prevent nostril chafing.

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Plant Therapy Respir-Aid Synergy Roll-On

$8 BUY NOW

Keep those sinuses clear by packing this essential oil roll-on for moments when you need a little pick-me-up. It contains a blend of eucalyptus, pine, peppermint, lavender, spruce, cypress, and marjoram oils, so you can get that whiff of clarifying fresh air without even leaving your cubicle.

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SafeRest Premium Hypoallergenic Waterproof Mattress Protector

from $25 BUY NOW

If you're constantly plagued with allergies, make the switch to allergen-resistant bedding (and then make sure you're washing it often!). With a near five-star rating and over 28K reviews, this mattress protector is an undeniable crowd favorite — it slips over your mattress like a fitted sheet, and it even feels like one, too. It keeps your mattress pristine by protecting against dust mites, allergens, and bacteria, and it's also backed with a waterproof membrane.

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Aller-Ease Cotton Allergy Protection Pillow Protector

from $8 each BUY NOW

You get up-close-and-personal contact with your pillows for eight hours each night — it's not beyond reason that they might be the cause of your constant sniffling. These cotton pillow protectors provide a convenient barrier that you can easily switch out and wash each week for the cleanest sleep possible.

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Claritin Anti-Allergen Embossed Stripe Comforter

from $150 BUY NOW

For anyone whose allergies have ever inhibited them from getting some good shut-eye, this plush down-alternative comforter helps protect your bedding from dust mites and other household allergens, ensuring more peaceful nights ahead.

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Verilux CleanWave Portable Sanitizing Travel Wand

$70 BUY NOW

Germaphobes and the allergy-prone can rest easy after waving this sanitizing wand over their bed — its UV-C light technology works to kill up to 99.9% of bacteria and allergens. Plus, its compact 10-inch size allows you to take the device on-the-go to sanitize airplane seats, tray tables, and hotel-room accessories.

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Breathe Right Nasal Strips

$7 BUY NOW

Whether you're suffering from allergies or a cold (or a little bit of both), an easier night of sleep is possible by using these adhesive nose strips to open up your nasal passages.

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GermGuardian AC4825 3-in-1 Air Cleaning System

$85 BUY NOW

There's nothing worse than feeling like you're allergic to your own home. In addition to a regular cleaning of your space, consider getting the GermGuardian air purifier. It contains both a charcoal and a HEPA filter, which help capture the tiniest particles of airborne irritants like pet dander, mold spores, and pollen, and it also comes equipped with UV-C light technology to help kill bacteria and eliminate odors.

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GoodSense All Day Allergy

$15 BUY NOW

For those who suffer from allergies literally all year long, these GoodSense antihistamines conveniently come in a bottle of 365 tablets! Users tout their effectiveness, providing all-day relief at a great value.

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Bissell 1650A Pet Hair Eraser Vacuum

$200 BUY NOW

We totally love our pets, even if we're just the slightest bit allergic to them. Prevent pet hair from getting you all teary-eyed by opting for a vacuum that's built especially to handle pet hair on virtually any surface. The cyclonic brush roll spools pet hair neatly together without getting it tangled up in the machine, and it also sucks up stray kibble and kitty litter just as easily.

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Kleenex Tissues

$3 for back of eight BUY NOW

Keep a steady supply of these travel-sized tissues on hand, and never spend another day sniffling ever again. At just three bucks for an eight-pack, you have no excuse!

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3M Filtrete Micro Allergen Defense Filter

$71 for set of four BUY NOW

Make sure you're swapping out your central air filter at least every 90 days, so that your vents aren't circulating allergens and other harmful airborne particles. This handy four-pack of Filtrete filters will have you all set for the year.

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Unisex Allergy Masks

$9 BUY NOW

Even if wearing a cloth face mask while out and about isn't for you, frequent allergy sufferers could benefit from wearing one while cleaning indoors to help prevent household cleaners and dust from triggering an allergy attack. Just insert one of the three provided carbon filters into the mask, and breathe normally.