Hayfever Treatment
Hayfever Treatment

New treatment for hayfever sufferers.

Is this for you?

If, during spring or summer times, hay fever controls your life, you’re not alone. One in five Australians suffers from it at some point in their life. But a new hay fever treatment may be the answer. This treatment ca reduce irritating symptoms like sneezing and itchy eyes, offering long-term relief for those suffering from this condition. But what is this new hay fever treatment, and does it really work?

What is this new hay fever treatment?

The solution-based treatment for hay fever uses the same ingredient in anti-wrinkle injections.  It temporarily blocks specific nerve pathways responsible for triggering hayfever symptoms in the brain. Hence, it is also called Neuro-modulator medicine. In other words, it helps to reduce the body’s response to allergens like pollen and dust.

How is this new hay fever treatment administered?

This treatment is an intranasal treatment. It’s administered via nasal spray, which only takes a few minutes. This treatment formula is an S4 drug, so discussing this treatment with one of our doctors is essential before undertaking it. We also can’t state its registered trademark name here in Australia on our website, as you cannot name a drug under the TGA guidelines.

Does it work?

This treatment is patient-dependent – can work well for some, mildly for a few and not at all for others – we need to be very clear about this. It does take up to 14 days to kick in, however.

It can reduce the intensity of allergic reactions and it can make it a good choice for those who need fast relief but don’t want to take daily medications or shots.

Benefits of using this new hay fever treatment:

Long-term relief

Unlike other treatments, this new hay fever treatment may offer long-term relief from hay fever symptoms. Most patients experience reduced symptoms sometimes for up to a year after the initial treatment. However, in some cases, additional treatments are required. Everyone is different; therefore, results can differ per patient, as with any procedure.


The procedure is undertaken by one of our doctors at ENRICH Clinic. The process of this new hay fever treatment is painless, although it can tickle a bit. It’s a good option if you cannot take oral medications or shots. This treatment formula is an S4 drug, so discussing this treatment with one of our doctors is essential before undertaking it. We also can’t state its registered trademark name here in Australia on our site.

No downtime

Most patients report no downtime from this treatment. This means you can return to your regular activities after the process.

man with hay fever sneezing into a tissueSome of the other benefits include:

  • Reduced inflammation in the eyes, nose and throat
  • Decreased sensitivity to pollen and dust
  • Increased sense of smell
  • Healthier skin and improved sleep

Note that this new treatment is not a hayfever cure, but nor is any other form of medication. But it can be an effective way to manage the symptoms longer than existing medications.

Side Effects of new hay fever treatment

Although generally low downtime, some side effects are associated with this new hay fever treatment. These may include:

  • Temporary headaches
  • Mild fatigue
  • Temporary nasal dryness.

So far, there are no significant side effects reported. But we highly recommend consulting with your doctor or our specialists before starting any treatment, as they can discuss the risks and benefits with you.

Who can have this new hay fever treatment?

Most people can have this treatment to relieve their allergy symptoms. However, there are a few exceptions, and pregnant women are one of them. Also, if you have a history of allergic reactions to anti-wrinkle injections, this treatment is not for you.

If you are taking medication, consult your doctor before having this treatment. Certain medications may interact with the treatment, leading to adverse effects.


Studies have shown the effectiveness of this treatment for hay fever and rhinitis. The treatment has been an option for hayfever sufferers for several years overseas but has only been available in Australia recently.

Application Tips 

If you’re considering this treatment, please ensure a doctor administers it. Also, follow-up appointments with your doctor are recommended to ensure the treatment is working and that there are no adverse effects.

Here are more tips to ensure the best results:

  • Speak with your doctor beforehand to discuss any potential risks or side effects.
  • Avoid alcohol, aspirin and ibuprofen on the day of your treatment.
  • Refrain from strenuous activity for at least 24 hours after the treatment.
  • Avoid touching or rubbing the treatment site for at least a day.
  • Drink plenty of fluids and stay hydrated.

pollen and woman sneezing into tissueOverall, this new hay fever treatment can effectively reduce the symptoms associated with hay fever and, in most cases, can give you long-term relief. If you’re considering this treatment, speak with your doctor first to ensure it’s your best option. Or visit one of our doctors at ENRICH clinic to see if this treatment is for you. 

Please Note:

*With all surgeries or procedures, there are risks. Consult your physician (GP) before undertaking any surgical or cosmetic procedure. Please read the consent forms carefully and be informed about every aspect of your treatment. Surgeries such as liposuction have a mandatory seven-day cooling-off period to give patients adequate time to be sure of their surgery choice. Results may also vary from person to person due to many factors, including the individual’s genetics, diet and exercise. Before and after photos are only relevant to the patient in the photo and do not necessarily reflect the results other patients may experience. Ask questions. Our team of dermatologists, doctors and nurses are here to help you with any of your queries. This page is not advice and is intended to be informational only. We endeavour to keep all our information up to date; however, this site is intended as a guide and not a definitive information portal or in any way constitutes medical advice.

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