Nose Filters for Allergies NOSA (7 pieces)

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With these nose filters for allergies, you can efficiently filter allergens in the air. This includes pollen in the air, pet dander, dust and mold.

The nasal plugs are available from stock and packed per 7 plugs.

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With these nose filters for allergies, you can efficiently filter allergens in the air. This includes pollen in the air, pet dander, dust and mold. The NOSA allergy filter is made in such a way that it closes well but is at the same time easy to breathe through. By placing the filter in the nostrils, allergens in the air (PM10) are efficiently filtered and the number of particles you inhale is therefore reduced.

The nasal plugs are available from stock and packed per 7 plugs.

NOSA allergy filter

The single use nose filters for allergies are effective against:

  • pollen (hay fever)
  • dust and house dust mites
  • mold
  • pet dander

Particles in the ambient air with a size of PM₁₀ will be filtered, this means particles with a size up to 10 µm (= 0.01 mm). The filter therefore ensures that far fewer particles (including allergens) are inhaled through the nose.

Nose filters for allergies such as pollen

Hay fever is the popular term for pollen allergy, a form of allergy caused by pollen grains or pollen from trees, grasses or herbs. The immune system responds to the pollen (pollen) by producing antibodies, which provokes an allergic reaction.

nose filters for allergies NOSA
Nose filters for allergies NOSA

Nasal filters against hay fever/pollen are an effective way to reduce the symptoms of hay fever. By inhaling fewer allergens through your nose symtoms like sneezing, itchy eyes and a runny nose are reduced. This makes them a good option if you suffer a lot from pollen in the air.

Additional comments

It is important to know that nasal filters are not suitable for everyone. For example, they can be annoying for people with nasal congestion or sinusitis. If you are unsure whether nasal filters are suitable for you, it is best to ask your GP or ENT doctor for advice.