Surviving Allergy Season With A Give Away!

Is anyone else mourning the passing of summer?
It’s not just the warm sultry nights, the hot days by the pool, and the excuse to eat ice cream after dinner is it? For me weather changes equal health changes. I’m moving with less motivation, dealing with unwelcome headaches and I can’t stop sneezing!! Yep, fall brings those glorious colour changes to our incredible Canadian trees, but it also brings the fall pollen. Oh hello unwelcome allergies!

Turns out I’m not alone. There are millions of Canadians who suffer from allergies; the sniffling, sneezing and incredibly itchy eyes. When the leaves hit the ground in the fall, pollen is easily transported indoors on clothes, shoes and pets. In my family I’m not the only allergy sufferer, my Hubby is lost to the allergy monster too. Do you know what this means for him? Excessive snoring!! No one wins with here. So what can you do to reduce your allergies?

Here are a few tips courtesy of Honeywell True HEPA Allergen Removers: · Save Outdoor Exercise for the Afternoon and Evening · Wear Sunglasses to Protect Eyes · Shower & Change Clothes After Being Outside · Keep Windows Closed · Try a HEPA Air Purifier!

Wait, try a HEPA Purifier? Yes! I did. As the leaves turned burnt orange I plugged in a Honeywell True HEPA Allergen Remover in the upstairs floor of my house.
The claim is that this is the surest way to reduce the presence of allergens in your home,
This particular air purifier is the #1 allergist recommended brand! The air purifier captures 99.97% of microscopic airborne allergens as small as .3 microns (that’s smaller than the diameter of a single strain of hair!) from the air that passes through its filters. In other words, it can grab the pollen and ragweed you are tracking in on your clothes and shoes. Better yet, it’s also ENERGY STAR® rated so running it 24/7 isn’t a load on your energy bills.

After trying out the Honeywel True HEPA Air Purifier in my home, here are my thoughts:
The filter was a snap to set up!
The hardest part, getting it out of the box!
Once we decided where to place the filter, I was surprised the filter easily fit into the decor of my house. It’s sleek and modern! I moved the filter from bedroom to hallway and it worked in seamlessly.

The controls are located right on top, and are simple to understand and use.

Now when the Filter is set to III it is a bit loud.  Sort of like a fan on it’s very highest setting, but when it is on I or II it runs much quieter.  I rather enjoy the sort of white noise it creates.
Is it helping with my allergies?  I can’t say for sure, but I can tell you the house seems fresher and I am sneezing a lot less!  Love!!

Here is my exciting new!! Thanks to the generous people at Honey Well I have a Honeywell True HEPA Allergen Remover to give away!! Woot!  Please enter using the Rafflecopter form below.

The value of this generous giveaway is $189.99 plus taxes!!

Please find lots more great information about this allergen remover Twitter and facebook!

I hope the winner truly enjoys their prize and their new improved air quality!

The following giveaway is open to Canada only. Please be sure to leave me a valid e-mail address.

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Disclaimer:  Giveaway open to Canada Only.  All opinioins expressed in this post are my own.  I received a sample in order to facilate the wriitng of this post. 


  1. This is just what I need! I have allergies all year here in Florida but the heavy pollen times are the worst!

  2. I would put it in my living room

  3. I would put it in our living room. Lots of seasonal allergy sufferers in our family

  4. I would use this in my Front room.

  5. for my son’s bedroom – to help reduce puffer use

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  7. I would put it in the living room. Both my sons have seasonal allergies and tha’s where they spend most of their time.

  8. I would also put it in our livingroom.

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  10. I have year round allergies and once coughed so much I bruised a rib! I would put this in my bedroom and run it all night long.

  11. It’s spring here and we have the same problem

  12. I would put ours in our livingroom.


  13. I would put it in my living room.

  14. I would use it in the livingroom

  15. I would put it in out tv/rec room in the basement where we spend a lot of time and the air quality isn’t the greatest.

  16. I would put this in my living room for sure!!!

  17. I would put it on the top floor of the house – perhaps the hubby snoring will improve!

  18. I’d put in my bedroom – I’m the allergy sufferer in our house & that’s where I think I’d best benefit from it.

  19. I could use this in my bedroom! It can get dusty, and my kitty sleeps with me so of course there is fur everywhere!
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  20. Our whole family has allergies. Would love to try this to see if it helps. Evans dot Leigh at gmail dot com

  21. I would put it in the livingroom
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  23. I would put this in our living room

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  24. I’d keep it in the living room.


  25. I would put it in my daughters room. She has bad allergies.

  26. I would put this in the living room.

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  27. What a great giveaway! This would definitely go in my son’s room. He has the worst allergies!
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  28. I would put it in my kid’s room for sure. I always run a fan for ambient noise but the air filtration would be amazing – especially for preventing germ swapping!

  29. I would put it in my living room,thanks!
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  30. I would place it in the family room!

  31. My basement because it’s so musty.

  32. I would put it my in bedroom.

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  33. I love to have one to put in my living room.

  34. I would put it in my living room.

  35. Probably my DD’s bedroom but maybe just upstairs in general.

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  37. Ultimately it would be placed in my son’s room – Evan is asthmatic. Any appliance that would alleviate his symptoms this winter, big thumbs up from Mommy.

    eva mitton

  38. i would use this in my bedroom or the living room.

  39. I would put the Honeywell HEPA allergen remover in my bedroom.

    Adina H.

  40. Definitely in the living room where I spend most of my time.

    Thank you.

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  41. I would place it in the living room to improve the air quality for myself and my guests.

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  42. I would put it in my child’s bedroom

  43. I’d put it in my bedroom.

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  46. I would put this in our living room as we spend the most time in there.

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  48. I would put it in my son’s room. He has seasonal allergies and asthma. After reading your post, sounds like it will be beneficial for him.

  49. In the living room!

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