Allergy Trigger : Fragrances

Fragrances — chemicals that create a scent in products like candles, soaps, laundry detergents, food odours and even tissues — are common triggers for people with nasal allergies. Breathing fragrances can trigger symptoms like:

Stuffy, runny, or itchy nose

  • Sneezing
  • Coughing

They may also cause headaches and rashes.

Some people do have an actual allergic reaction to fragrances, meaning their immune system overreacts. But many people who react to fragrances aren’t allergic. The fragrance sometimes irritates the airways directly.

Controlling Exposure to Fragrances.

Your doctor can’t test for a reaction to an irritant like a fragrance. So you have to figure out what fragrances are causing symptoms. Pay attention to times when they seem to flare up. Were you around any strong scents?

Sinol nasal spray for allergies uses Capsaicin, an ingredient that comes from the pepper plant and is found in most spicy foods. The capsaicin desensitizes the mucous membranes making them less irritated. Sinol nasal allergy spray will break up nasal congestion fast, cleanse and moisturize the nose, keep your nasal passages moist, clean and bacteria free while it prevents allergy triggers. Sinol allergy nasal sprays do not dry out the nose like antihistamines and decongestants found in other allergy nasal sprays.

Reference: American College of Allergies