Cold Season. Flu Season. Allergy Season. They all wreak havoc on our noses.
Now with Puffs we have choices to help us make it through the seasons of sniffles. My favorites are Puffs Plus Lotion with Vicks for noses that are stopped up and Puffs Plus Lotion for noses that have been blowed one to many times. They are so soft on your nose. No chapped edges…no raw nose, just comfort from a box.
Puffs Plus Lotion with Vicks helps open up nasal passages with a soft hint of Vicks vapor rub. Perfect for the days coming of high-pollen counts and spring/summer colds.
As warmer weather will soon be here, Dr. Tanya Altmann, a pediatrician consultant for Puffs, has tips on how to prevent allergens from attacking. Those tips include:
· Minimize early outdoor playtime when pollen counts are highest and don’t play in freshly cut grass
· Keep your car and home windows closed and teach kids to wash their hands and faces after playing outside
· Teach your kids to blow their noses properly with Puffs Plus Lotion tissues since itchy, runny and stuffy noses are symptoms of allergies (tell them to blow as if they were blowing out a candle through their nose with their mouths closed…this visual definitely helps kids remember to blow gently which is key to the action)
Next time you are out and about pick up a box of Puffs and get prepared. My Bradford Pears and Peach trees are already in bloom and I am already seeing traces of pollen on the cars. Waiting on the sneezes and stuffy noses to begin.
“Puffs supplied me with some information and samples of Puffs Plus Lotion and Puffs Plus Lotion with Vicks to help facilitate this post. I was in no other way compensated and all opinions stated are 100% my own. My nose is especially grateful to Puffs. As is Erin’s nose. And Tate’s nose. And Bric’s nose. Ok, we all really love Puff’s and the comfort they have brought to us during a time of sniffles, sneezes and un-welcomed breezes. Yep, we have all been suffering from little colds or allergies or something or other due to all of this crazy weather we are having here in the South.”