Review: - Once-a-day hayfever treatment | Nasacort - View - Nasacort Allergy Nasal Spray is a once-a-day hayfever treatment. It is available from your chemist without a prescription.

Country:, North America, US

City: -94.566 Missouri, United States

  • Ellen - Much better than Cats...I'd use it again, and again, and again...

    Great! For what it is, it is perfect. I'd like 4 pads, but the two do a great job. (and they're what i paid for and what the product is selling.)

  • Vuecrest - This product is great, but not if you use phone over the ...

    This product is great, but not if you use phone over the internet service. Cox technicians told me incorrectly that I could use a splitter, and connect this for the internet, and my old cable model for VOIP. that was wrong.

  • NaniBly - Really? I can't believe I paid for for this

    I have sparse lashes and the bottom ones are invisible without mascara. I had used the original formula of Beauty Society's Enormous Lash, which was excellent (because back then it contained the medicine that is in Latisse), so I had a benchmark for my expectations.

  • LifeMisled - Does what it claims to and much cheaper than many.

    I had questions when I bought this product so I'll set record straight. This supports special adaptive fast charging of newer Samsung phones. I have a note 5 and it's supported. S6 and s7 variants also work. For this type of charging you need to use the Samsung oem charging cable and plug. Otherwise this function does not work. Without it, it does charge much faster than other wireless chargers but not nearly as fast as adaptive fast charging. It does stop charging when battery is full and it has not affected battery life when I wake up. The led only temporary lights up to acknowledge it's powering so it's not obnoxious on your night stand. My only really complaint is that sometimes I have to place it three or four times to find the sweet spot where it will charge. Maybe it's just because the note is a big phone. But it's minor.