How to deal with Allergy Face
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How to deal with Allergy Face

How to deal with Allergy Face ZyrtecHow to deal with Allergy Face

Spring is in the air, which means allergies are on the rise. It is so common during allergy season to wake up with some sort of irritation, puffiness, or allergy reaction to any part of your body, but more specifically our face. This type of irritation is commonly referred to as “allergy face” and it is no fun to deal with, if you have allergies then you know exactly what I mean. Today we are going to be talking about a few tips and tricks for dealing with your unfortunate “allergy face” and you will feel so much better, trust me.

Cold Compress

If you are suffering from puffiness in the face, you can reduce this swelling by adding a cold compress. You can also simply take a cold, wet rag and just lay it over your face for a few minutes. You will feel so refreshed and it should help that swelling to go down so you are back to your normal self.

Hydrate and Calm Skin

Another symptom of “allergy face” is dry patchiness. If you want to get rid of those dry and red patches I would recommend using moisturizer, exfoliating, and hydrating your skin. On top of using that moisturizer to hydrate your skin, it is important that you are drinking plenty of water as well and your skin will be much firmer, hydrated, and moisturized.

This Aveeno Active Naturals Ultra Calming Daily Moisturizer is one of the best things that I can use for my face each allergy season.

Cover and Conceal

Sometimes we can just not get rid of that redness right away, it takes time to care for your skin and getting rid of that redness and what are we supposed to do? Well, I would really recommend getting a good concealer to cover up the redness. A good tip would be to get a green toned concealer and it will help to counteract that redness and you will feel much better about the skin you are suffering from right now. I am also using Dermablend Quick Fix Concealer to coverup all of that redness.

Zyrtec

One of the best things that I do to combat allergy face is to take my Zyrtec allergy relief tablets. I cannot make it through the season without them! ZYRTEC Allergy Tablets provide 24-hour prescription-strength relief of your worst allergy symptoms of sneezing, runny nose, itchy, watery eyes, and itching of the nose and throat. ZYRTEC is the #1 allergist recommended brand (among OTC oral antihistamines).

I think that everyone pretty much suffers from some sort of allergies during the Spring season, it's just some have more mild symptoms and others have more severe symptoms. Overall, I hope that these tips help you out if you are suffering from any type of allergy symptoms and especially allergy face.

AffZyrtec sent us the kit pictured above.

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  1. I hate allergies. Spring is the worst for me, but cats will sometimes give me allergy face. I hate itchy eyes the most!

  2. I am very thankful that even though I do have allergies, they are minimal and I don’t get that red allergy face like a lot of my friends and family do. What a great little kit you got!

  3. My family suffers from allergies. We always have Zyrtec in the house, for emergency. I will save this article for reference. The cold compress was great to know.

  4. My allergies have been leaving me looking all puffy and gross, which I can’t deal with right now because I am doing a TV segment soon. Will definitely be trying out your tips!

  5. We have a whole slew of allergy sufferers in the house. These are very helpful tips. My sister takes Zyrtec.

  6. Rebecca Swenor

    These are all great ideas to dealing with allergy face. I already take Zyrtec and will have to try the Aveeno Active Naturals Ultra Calming Daily Moisturizer. Thanks for sharing the tips.

  7. Thank you for the tips and tricks. I usually have itchy eyes during this time of year which is really annoying.

  8. My mother in law would love to know about all of these tips.
    I am sending her this link so she can benefit from these tips!

  9. Kathy

    Allergies are so bad. I don’t have them, but I know many people that do. It’s hard to see them suffer when it’s so beautiful out. Thanks for sharing all these tips, they’re wonderful.

  10. Jacqui Odell

    These are great ideas. I use aveeno all the time! Especially during the winter. Never thought about it helping with the allergy face.

  11. Allergy face is never cute! My eyes look like I’ve been crying for days. Thankfully my move to MI seems to have calmed my allergies a bit.

  12. Ann Bacciaglia

    Cold compress is a great help when you are suffering from allergies. I will have to try ZYRTEC this year.

  13. I know the cover and conceal trick all too well. I also take zyrtec quite often. But I am definitely enjoying this post. Thank you for sharing.

  14. Great tips! I have a stash of Zyrtec in my medicine cabinet because we deal with allergies a lot in my house. Definitely a life saver.

  15. I didn’t even think about ways to deal with my “allergy face” I just deal with it lol~ These tips have made my day, and my face will thank you!

  16. I deal with allergies but thankfully they aren’t this extreme! My mom does have “allergy face” so I will pass these tips on to her. I am sure that there is a tip or two in your list that will help make allergy season more comfortable for her.

  17. Ugh my allergy face is not pretty. Worse, it spreads from my face to my head. I end up feeling cotton headed.

  18. Rosie

    I was noticing my eyes bothering me today and my face getting itchy. I would like to try these ideas, I stopped myself from rubbing my fists in my eye sockets, but it felt good for a minute, but I know that causes havoc with my allergies.

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