Did you know over 60% of people treating their allergies are not satisfied with their current medication?1 The problem often lies in their daily regimen. Those who only take single-ingredient allergy pills may not be aware that they're receiving incomplete relief. FLONASE® SENSIMIST™ Allergy relief offers you more complete relief by treating all of your nasal allergy symptoms, including congestion.


Most allergy sufferers overcompensate for the incomplete relief their allergy treatment provides. Not the case with FLONASE® SENSIMIST™. It offers more complete relief from allergy symptoms. How, you ask? It’s simple.

FLONASE® SENSIMIST™ provides 24-hour relief from nasal congestion, runny nose, sneezing, itchy nose, and itchy, watery eyes.†† It blocks 6 allergic substances, unlike most allergy pills that only block 1.* Not to mention it’s proven to provide 40% more powerful allergy relief vs a leading non-drowsy allergy pill,** so there’s no need for anything else.

It is applied directly at the source, in the nose, delivering relief where you need it most. And being indicated to relieve both nasal congestion and itchy, watery eyes†† further proves that FLONASE® SENSIMIST™ provides more complete relief than an allergy pill. Especially considering not all allergy pills treat nasal congestion.

When dealing with allergies, you want relief you can count on, and with FLONASE® SENSIMIST™ more complete allergy relief is right under your nose.

vs single-ingredient antihistamines that do not treat nasal congestion.

††FLONASE® SENSIMIST™ is indicated for itchy, watery eyes in adults and children 12 years of age and older. See product pages for full information.

*Mechanism vs most over-the-counter (OTC) allergy pills. FLONASE® nasal sprays act on multiple inflammatory substances. (histamine, prostaglandins, cytokine, tryptases, chemokine, and leukotrienes.) The exact number and precise mechanism are unknown.

**Total nasal symptoms vs single-ingredient fexofenadine 180 mg.


1. "New survey suggests patients want fast, long relief of allergy symptoms.” Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. 20 May. 2006, Http:// Accessed 20 October 2016