Our Research

Controlled Study by the University of Lincoln*, June 2020

In a randomised controlled study of 51 people with hay fever conducted by the University of Lincoln, 63% of people said Breaze was effective in alleviating their nasal symptoms and more than half said it reduced all their symptoms. Overall Breaze vapour oil was significantly more effective at reducing hay fever symptoms than a control.


User Trial, June 2016

In a user trial of 41 people with hay fever

Overall, 80% of participants told us that the products were either extremely or very helpful in relieving their symptoms.

93% said that Breaze helped ease an itchy, irritated or blocked nose and eased their sneezing.

More than 1/3rd said Breaze helped with itchy irritated eyes

25% said the pillowcase helped with puffy eyes.

83% said they would recommend Breaze to others with hay fever.


    Here are some of the things our user trial panel said about Breaze


    Using The Breaze Pillowcase Liner I Got My First Good Night’s Sleep In A Very Long Time

    ES - Tyne and Wear

    Breaze Really Helped Me To Sleep And In Turn Helped My Symptoms

    DS - Essex

    A Good Product, Easy To Use And No Side Effects!

    HV - Surrey

    I’ve Already Recommended Breaze To Several Friends Who Suffer Very Bad Hay Fever

    LA - Cleveland

    The Pillow Liner Helped Clear My Blocked Nose And Prevented Puffy Eyes The Next Morning

    SR - Nottingham

    * This project was fully funded by The Productivity Programme for Greater Lincolnshire which is a European Regional Development Fund programme. For more information www.gov.uk/european-growth-funding
    The University of Lincoln was awarded Modern University of the Year 2021 in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide. The University was awarded Gold - the highest standard possible - in the national Teaching Excellence Framework. More than half of the University's research is judged to be internationally excellent or world leading (Research Excellence Framework)