Tuesday, August 20, 2013

How to Deal with Allergy Face

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My husband saw me leaning over my desk with my coffee mug pressed against my puffy left eye. "I didn't realize it was ragweed season yet, " he said.

"Yep," I replied.

I wake up most mornings during allergy season with puffy eyes and a hot mug of coffee next to my eye is the only thing I've found that makes it better. If I have to show my face in public, I wear sunglasses to avoid the "what happened to your FACE?!" questions until the Zyrtec kicks in. My introduction to Zyrtec was as a prescription, so I'm happy I can easily buy it over the counter now.


Looks like I am not alone in using the Allergy Face sunglasses trick.




I am also one of the 66% of women surveyed who doesn't feel attractive when my face is clogged and swollen from pollen allergies.

If you are in the same boat and have to go out and about somewhere where sunglasses are not an option (like indoors), check out these allergy face makeup tips courtesy of Zyrtec. Hopefully looking better when you are feeling bad will make life a bit more pleasant.



How do you combat allergy face?

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