It's all fun and games when the sun's out, but then you remember you've got hay fever.
Symptoms of the pollen allergy could range from runny noses, itchy eyes and scratchy throats.
But all that can be put in the past as a new £2 pollen wipe has been found to help ease symptoms.
Thanks to the masterminds at Nauge and their wipes, the stuff could help catch the pollen and stop it from irritating sufferers.
The product description reads on the Superdrug website: "Hay fever relief wipes remove and trap pollen in the tissue to help catch and remove pollen and allergens that you may come into contact with such as dust and other irritants.
"Enriched with peppermint and tea tree oil, these natural oils remain on your skin helping to trap further pollen and irritants that are in the air for long term protection."
The wipes went down a treat last summer, with hay fever sufferers branding them as "amazing".
One previous customer said: "They are amazing, used them last year and worked well."
While another added: "These are absolutely amazing! I used these last year! Must get some more, hay fever full on atm."
And a third said: "Have used these and have been very effective. Would recommend."
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It comes after the UK was hit with a pollen bomb over the bank holiday weekend.
The Met Office tweeted to warn Brits that pollen season is now officially underway.
It said: "The grass #pollen season is now beginning with the arrival of the warmer weather, with more species coming into flower. Weed pollen is an increasing risk too.
"Grass pollen risk will increase as more species start flowering. Fungal spores at medium risk. Weed pollen increasing to medium risk."
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