Best Antihistamines

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Telfast
3.2 from 80 reviews

Latest review: Another brand of antihistamines worked for me until this spring. I could feel the difference on the day switching over to Telfast. However, not 24 hours though. I guess it could vary from one person

  • Value for Money
    2.4 (27)
  • Prescription NeededNo
  • Product TypeTablet/Pill
Claratyne
3.4 from 39 reviews

Latest review: Runny nose, itchy eyes,I have been taking the one tablet a day for five days,no difference at all. No it doesn't cause me drowsyness like many others have commented. Definitely won't buy

  • Value for Money
    2.0 (3)
  • Prescription NeededNo
  • Product TypeTablet/Pill
Fusion Health Allergy
3.5 from 11 reviews

Latest review: I checked on the internet on one ingredient - namely Pinellia (Pinellia ternata) rhizome 100mg, and it said on various websites it "is POSSIBLY UNSAFE for most people when taken by mouth. It

  • Value for Money
    1.0 (1)
  • Prescription NeededNo
  • Product TypeTablet/Pill
Zyrtec Rapid Acting
3.4 from 7 reviews

Latest review: I'm quite allergic to cats. Sneezing, wheezing, hives all standard symptoms for me. I've tried other brands with varied success but Zyrtec works best for me. 1 tablet 10mins before catsitting and I

FexoTab
4.0 from 5 reviews

Latest review: i purchased Fexo Tabs as they are a cheaper alternative to Telfast ie have the same active ingredient. They’re suppose to last for 24 hours, however they definitely don’t, more like 16-20 at the mos

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Xergic Tablet
4.3 from 4 reviews

Latest review: Before you go buying any products its worth doing some diags yourself. I have been to Specialist, docs etc and told them exactly the symptoms of my issues. Winter comes my face gets dry, dark circles

Xyzal Rapid Acting 24 Hour Relief

Latest review: I used Xyzal for quite some time and so purchased tablets online from an Australian company and also from Priceline. Then suddenly it was unavailable _ anywhere except from overseas. I finally

Zyrtec
2.4 from 9 reviews

Latest review: Nice to get a discount through chemist warehouse but you have to complete a form with personal details including birth year, address, phone number etc. This is a disguised ploy to buy marketing

Sudafed PE Sinus Allergy & Pain Relief

Latest review: No effect what so ever, made my symptoms worse. Better off with codral, works for everything pretty much. Does not relieve sinus as advertised, how does this product get on the

Brauer Hayfever Tablets
5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: Hi, these relieved my early onset of seasonal hayfever symptoms of runny nose irritated eyes, sneezing. Think these are brilliant for the cost and effect to block my annual symptoms. Having delayed

Dustroy Allergy Control Spray

Latest review: I have been using Dustroy for my dust mite allergy control for over 3 years. I like it so much that I now work with the team in Newcastle and am happy to share with other allergy sufferers, just how

Rhinocort Hayfever
3.0 from 2 reviews

Latest review: If you have allergies which are constant, you might use Rhinocort as a preventative measure. Too late if you've already started sneezing. I've been using it every morning, one puff up each nostril

Aerius Tablets
1.5 from 2 reviews

Latest review: I take antihistamine daily to take the edge of severe eczema and hay fever. Someone recommended these to me so I thought I would give them a try. The definitely don’t last 24 hours, 4 hours is more l

Chemists' Own C-Zine
1.0 from 1 review

Latest review: I have taken many other brands of anti histamines but this time my Dr prescribed Cetrizine and I developed a severe rash and welts all over my body which was extremely itchy. I have had shingles and