Ease Allergies With Fly Cat Nasal Irrigator

If you’re having the same symptoms, like sneezing, runny nose, congestion, and itchy eyes every springtime, you probably have pollen allergies. Pollen allergy, also known as hay fever or allergic rhinitis, is caused by an overreaction of the immune system to pollen.

However, as long as we have a clear understanding of allergens and treatments, we can lessen the impact of allergy symptoms.


Common Allergens:

Pollen allergies are most easily triggered by the following plants:

  • Trees like oak, ash, elm, birch, maple, alder, and hazel, as well as hickory, pecan,
  • Grasses like Timothy, salt grass, velvet, fescue, etc.
  • Weeds like ragweed, sagebrush, andtumbleweed, etc.


Recommend Treatments:

  • Nasal irrigation: Nasal irrigation is a technique that involves flushing out the nasal passages with a saline solution. This helps to remove allergens, such as pollen, as well as other irritants, like dust and bacteria, from the nose.
  • Prescription medication: There are several types of prescription medication that can be used to treat pollen allergy. Antihistamines, for example, work by blocking the action of histamine, which is the chemical that triggers allergy symptoms.
  • Allergy shots: Allergy shots, also known as immunotherapy, involve receiving regular injections of small amounts of allergens, including pollen. Over time, this helps to desensitize the immune system to the allergen, reducing the severity of allergy symptoms. Allergy shots are a long-term treatment option and can take several months or even years to be effective.


How Does Nasal Irrigator Work?

A nasal irrigator is proven to be one of the most effective way to ease your allergy. It has two primary purposes:

  1. Physically Flush Out Allergens: A nasal irrigator clears your nasal passages and flushes out the built-up allergens trapped inside.
  2. Clear Out Any Mucus Built Up in Your Nostrils And Sinuses: The saline solution removes dried, thick mucus built up in your nostrils and sinuses and provides relief from allergy symptoms, congestion, and sinus issues.


Buying Guide From Fly Cat

Fly Cat is a reputed nasal irrigator brand that offers a wide range of products to ease the various allergic symptoms common in the spring season. Our top two products for nasal irrigation include the following:


  1. NJ5060

This waterproof nasal irrigator has been specifically designed for children. It is a lightweight and portable product with long battery life and 20±5ml water tank capacity for added convenience. The electric nasal flush machine has accessories that can be easily replaced. Furthermore, the product is fully customizable, so you can add custom branding, logo, color scheme, etc. when ordering it from Fly Cat.

  1. NJ5070

This product is designed for users of all ages. It is lightweight, portable, and features a long-life battery and replaceable accessories. The intelligent control of the product ensures excellent results and ease of use. The IPX7 waterproof nasal irrigator has a 45±5ml water tank capacity, and it is also customizable.

Apart from the various outstanding features, both of these products are equipped with nasal salt, nasal wash, and other consumables.

How to Use the Nasal Irrigator?

Using the nasal irrigator is a pretty straightforward process. Follow these steps:


  1. Prepare the Nasal Salt/Wash

Wash your hands and make sure the nasal irrigator is clean and dry before use. Prepare the nasal salt/wash according to the instructions listed in the product’s manual.

  1. Get the Container Ready

Place the saline solution into the receptacle intended for nasal rinsing. If boiled water is being used, ensure it is at a lukewarm temperature (not excessively hot or cold) prior to use.

  1. Get Positioned

Lean forward at a 45-degree angle over the sink. Don’t tilt your head back. Simply tilt it enough to make sure your one nostril is pointed down towards the sink.

  1. Irrigate

Place the nasal irrigator’s tip in your top nostril. Slightly open your mouth and start breathing through it. Gently squeeze the solution out of the irrigator. It will flow over your septum through your nostril and drain down into the sink.

  1. Blow Your Nose

Inhale vigorously through your nostrils to eliminate any residual saline solution or mucus. You may expel the solution and mucus either over a sink or into tissue by blowing your nose.



Allergies can be a major inconvenience, causing everything from a runny nose to sneezing and coughing. They can also impact your quality of life, making it difficult to focus on work or enjoy your free time. But with the Fly Cat nasal irrigator, you can finally breathe easily.

Established in 2013, Fly Cat excels at delivering premium-quality oral care and nasal care products. All of our nasal irrigators and oral irrigators are certified and equipped with the latest features to ensure optimal results. We also offer ODM/OEM services, so you can have any of these products customized to add to your branding. Visit our website to learn more about this.