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Eye problems and hayfever

Suffering from itchy, red, watery, swollen or puffy eyes?

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  • Kay Fox's photo avatar
    Kay Fox — 25.10.2017 14:44
    Please can you upgrade your app as I cannot download to my iPhone as it won’t work with IOS 11.

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      Rachel — 26.10.2017 09:56
      Hi Kay - thanks for your comment. As far as I am aware we have no plans to upgrade the app yet, but I will forward your comment on to our technical team.

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    Oliver — 15.03.2017 17:15
    Great to know there are herbal remedies to help, thank you.

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      rachel — 05.07.2017 11:54
      Thank you for your comment!

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