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24-HOUR ALL-IN-ONE ALLERGY RELIEF*

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FLONASE ALLERGY RELIEF NASAL SPRAY

The same trusted, #1 prescribed allergy medicine †† you’ve always relied on, available over-the-counter. No prescription  necessary.

WHY CHOOSE FLONASE ALLERGY RELIEF?

Most over-the-counter allergy pills don’t finish the job - they relieve some allergy symptoms, but not nasal congestion.

FLONASE nasal spray relieve your worst allergy symptoms including sneezing, itchy, watery eyes, runny nose and nasal congestion.

  • The #1 doctor recommended allergy relief brand††
  • Helps block 6 allergic substances, most allergy pills only block 1
  • Outperforms the leading non-drowsy allergy pill§
  • Available in 72, 144, or 2x 144 sprays per bottles

The result? You can enjoy 24-hour all-in-one allergy relief* that lets you get on with your everyday life, whether your symptoms are caused by allergic rhinitis, pet allergies or other triggers.

UNLIKE MOST ALLERGY PILLS FLONASE RELIEVES

PLUS

*FLONASE relieves nasal congestion, sneezing, runny nose, itchy nose, itchy and watery eyes.

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.

††Based on IMS Health Monthly TRx Allergy Market for 12-month period ending 4/30/2020.

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

‡‡FLONASE is indicated for itchy, watery eyes in adults and children 12 years of age and older.

§Total nasal symptom relief vs. single-ingredient 10 mg loratadine.

SEE HOW ONCE-DAILY FLONASE COMPARES TO OTHER ALLERGY MEDICINES

Get a quick overview of the advantages of FLONASE Allergy Relief nasal spray vs. other
over-the-counter allergy medicines to help you choose the right allergy relief for you.

FLONASE Allergy Relief
Single-ingredient Zyrtec
Single-ingredient Claritin
Single-ingredient Allegra
Nasacort
Clarispray
Rhinocort
The first Over-the-counter (OTC) nasal spray indicated to relieve nose-and eye-related allergy symptoms
Contains the #1 most prescribed allergy medicine*
Indicated to relieve itchy, watery eyes
Relieves nasal congestion
Applied locally at the source without traveling through the body
24-hour relief
No drowsiness warning

*Based on IMS Health Monthly TRxAllergy Market for 12-month period ending 4/30/2020.

Zyrtec, Claritin, Allegra, Nasacort, Clarispray, and Rhinocort are trademarks of their respective companies.

Traditionally, antihistamine pills were the go-to allergy medication, but these single-ingredient capsules only target histamine — just one of the inflammatory substances your immune system releases in response to allergens, and which cause your symptoms.1

FLONASE nose sprays counteract six of these inflammatory substances, including histamine, to bring you more wide-ranging allergy relief — even for tough symptoms like nasal congestion.

What’s more, FLONASE allergy nasal sprays are applied directly at the source, in your nose. Find out more about nasal sprays vs. capsules.

Get a quick overview of the advantages of FLONASE Allergy Relief nasal spray vs. other over-the-counter allergy medicines to help you choose the best allergy relief for you.

GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR FLONASE ALLERGY RELIEF NASAL SPRAY

Browse our video library to find out more about how FLONASE Allergy Relief can ease your allergy symptoms and help you navigate allergy season like a pro.

LEARN HOW FLONASE ALLERGY RELIEF WORKS

Find out how FLONASE allergy sprays target more inflammatory substances within your body to bring you allergy relief from your symptoms.

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SEE HOW TO USE FLONASE ALLERGY RELIEF

FLONASE products are clean and easy to use. Watch our simple, step-by-step video guide to learn how to use FLONASE Allergy Relief, or read more about how to use our nasal sprays.

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LEARN HOW TO CLEAN FLONASE ALLERGY RELIEF

A clean nozzle helps ensure a full dose a FLONASE Allergy Relief. Watch our step-by-step video guide on how to clean FLONASE Allergy Relief or read more on tips for getting started with our nasal sprays.

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WHEN WILL FLONASE ALLERGY RELIEF START WORKING?

Get answers to your most frequently asked questions about FLONASE nasal sprays, including how long it will take for FLONASE Allergy Relief to start relieving your symptoms.

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WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT FLONASE

" normally don't use nasal sprays for my allergy relief, but I'm glad I used this. I feel like I can breathe easier. Cooking has become a big hobby again and I know it's because of this spray. I have tried every tablet out there for my allergies."
 — Angie from Kansas
"I feel so much better since using this! My allergies have been so bad lately. But FLONASE has come to the rescue! Thanks FLONASE!"
 — Steph from California
"My doctor recommended that I try FLONASE and I am so glad I did. Soon after, I was able to breathe better! I now use it every day as my allergies have gotten worse. I highly recommend giving it a try!"
 — Falon from New Jersey

DRUG FACTS, DOSING & WARNINGS FOR FLONASE ALLERGY RELIEF

Get detailed information about FLONASE Allergy Relief Nasal Spray, including ingredients, recommended dosage, potential side effects and drug interactions.

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ALL ABOUT ALLERGIES

From living with allergies to knowing how to treat them, FLONASE has the information you need to lead a life not limited by allergies.

Sources

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1. Mayo Clinic. Allergies. https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/allergies/symptoms-causes/syc-20351497. Accessed December 16, 2019.