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HayMax wins 2023 ‘Global 100’ awards


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HayMax, manufacturer of organic, drug-free allergen barrier balms for hay fever, dust, and pet allergies, has recently won the 2023 Global 100 awards. The HayMax balm, applied around nostril rims and eye bones, is an innovative allergen blocker against pollen, dust, and pet allergens entering the body.

Independent university research confirms it traps over a third of pollen, along with dust mites and pet dander, before they enter the body, according to HayMax. The drug-free balm is Soil Association-certified organic, comprising 100 per cent natural ingredients. Safe for children, pregnant, and breastfeeding women, it holds the Vegetarian Society Approved trademark.

This award has come as a complete surprise to us at HayMax,” said HayMax MD, Max Wiseberg. “Being held in such high regard through this global recognition is truly delightful.”

“The Global 100 aims to offer readers insight into firms that excel in their chosen specialties, and the award underscores hard work and innovation of various companies,” said its organisers.

“After voting, via self-submission and third-party nomination, the Global 100 selects awardees based on reader votes from 160+ countries.”

HayMax has won more than 50 awards, including the recent Soil Association’s Best of Organic Market (BOOM) prize. In January, HayMax bagged as the British Made Award’ for Best British Allergy Product 2022.


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