By Jessica Estrada | June 19, 2017 | Lifestyle
If allergies are hindering your summer fun, here’s a few different ways you can keep them under control.
For Hamptonites looking for clean indoor air, HausVac is your wish fulfilled. Better than your standard vacuum, which typically sends a third of the dirt collected back into the air through the device's exhaust, HausVac is a central vac for your home that removes 100 percent of the dirt and waste air from living spaces.
Salt Inhaler, Living Libations ($38). livinglibations.com
When Himalayan salt combines with essential oils, this inhaler from Living Libations works its magic to help flush out all the allergens in your respiratory system. By inhaling through the mouthpiece, the salt absorbs micron particles and essential oil molecules, thereby cleansing the sinuses, nasal cavities, throat, and lungs all in under 20 minutes.
Hamptons Honey in the Raw, Hamptons Honey ($12.50). hamptonshoney.com
Thanks to its pollen content, consuming local honey is believed to help keep allergies at bay. Indulge in a little bit of this unprocessed honey every day, so over time your body will become less sensitive to the pollen in your area. Featuring a smooth texture topped with healthy pollen, propolis, honeycomb, and live enzymes, this delectable Hamptons honey pairs well with your morning toast or muffin.
Redness Neutralizer, SkinCeuticals ($66). skinceuticals.com
This Redness Neutralizer will become your new best friend during allergy season. Featuring a patent-pending biomimetic peptide complex, this SkinCeuticals product works great for keeping your skin looking good and free of irritation.
Glass Water Bottle, Soma ($30). drinksoma.com
If allergies do get the best of you this summer, be sure to up your water intake to ease congestion and flush out the toxins in your body. This Soma water bottle consists of a lightweight and durable glass wrapped in a silicone sleeve, and topped with a natural leak-proof bamboo cap. Best of all, with each bottle purchased, Soma makes a donation to charity: water, a nonprofit that seeks to provide safe drinking water around the world.
Object 001, MM Objects ($395). mmobjects.com
Taking probiotics everyday is another way you can keep your gut health in check and your allergies under control. A sleek and modern pill case, like this one from MM Objects that comes encased in stainless steel and black marble, will make the daily ritual that much chicer.
Linen Sheet + Pillowcases, Loomstead ($129). loomstead.com
Prep for summertime by swapping out your sheets for this allergy-free linen set by Loomstead. Crafted from pure Belgian linen, this bedding trio, comprised of a fitted sheet and two pillowcases, will transform your sleep space into a cool and comfy haven.
5-Day Organic Meal Delivery Subscription, Sakara ($349). sakara.com
They say that good health begins in your gut so eating a cleaner, healthier diet might be just what your body needs to keep allergies away. Sakara's organic meal delivery subscription makes it easy by delivering everything ready to eat, so you can spend more time in the pool and less time in the kitchen.
Aromagem 2.0 Gold Ultrasonic Diffuser, Saje ($75). saje.com
Essential oils are known to alleviate allergies. Get yourself an ultrasonic diffuser for the summertime (and year-round, really) to cleanse and purify the air, thereby stopping chronic sneezing. Plus, it doesn’t hurt that this gold one by Saje looks like a piece of art.
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