Seasonal allergic rhinitis (known as hay fever ) affects 1 in 5 people in the UK, and can flare up at certain times of the year depending on which pollen (s) the person is allergic to.
Tree pollen starts at the beginning of the year, followed by grass pollen which affects the majority of people with hay fever and weed pollen later in the year. With this influx of histamine coursing through the body, it’s a prime time to see skin reactions and inflammation.
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