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Claritin and New Mexico!

Hey neighbors!

Perhaps you all remember me posting some about our trip to a campmeeting in New Mexico.  I hope so!  While there we really needed our Claritin and so did many others.  Not only was it springtime and pollen all over, but a totally different climate.  So many of the children had allergies acting up.  I am not sure if they all normally have allergies, but many of them had stuffy noses, itching eyes, etc.

Claritin to the rescue!  With both Chewable Tablets and the Liquid Claritin we were ready.  I personally took advantage of the eye gel masks as did someone else.

Now, I did not take alot of pictures of everyone running around all though you do need to realize that almost every afternoon was spent in activity outside.  One day they climbed the mountain, another a game of horseshoes took place.  They also had an afternoon of Skeet shooting, this was mainly for the men! All day outside brought on some allergies!

I do want to share another thing that happened recently and how we used Claritin.  My 16 year old daughter had a small bump on her neck.  It looked like a tiny pimple or maybe an ant bite.  She popped it and the next day when she woke up she had a large, red, raised welt around it.  She is taking Claritin and we have a lotion we are using and it is slowly going away.  She has had previous allergic reactions to soaps and detergents, so we think she just reacted to something else.

Anyway, Claritin is always good to have on hand at my home.  We never know when allergies will occur, or what will set them off.  Between pollen, fresh cut grass, even new carpet, I never know when I will need it next.

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive product for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's email or website.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.


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