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Sea-Band Review

As you may have read from my previous post I have just arrived home from a mini cruise to Amsterdam, so when I saw that Sea-Band were asking for reviewers a couple of months ago I asked to be considered to try them out. When we last went to Amsterdam I had to take sea sickness pills to make me feel better. The sea wasn't very rough but it made me feel very ill.

Both Callum and I aren't the best of travellers - we never have been, I'm lucky that I don't throw up but I do feel very sick on long journeys by car and hate buses with a passion! (I normally take pills before a long journey or when I start feeling sick). Callum on the other hand does throw up - not often I may add but we have had occasions were we've needed to stop and clean the car! Sea-Band have come to our rescue and I wish I had known about them years ago.


When I first got on the cruise ship on Saturday afternoon the sea was pretty calm and I thought I would be fine and didn't put the Sea-Band on. About 3 hours into the journey I started to feel a bit icky not so much that I was going to be sick but enough to not make me want to eat anything just in case. So I decided this was the time to put them on. Within 5 - 10 minutes I was feeling 100 times better, 10 minutes after this I decided to have something to eat. I kept the bands on until it was time to go to bed and put them straight back on in the morning until we docked in Holland. When we returned to the boat on Sunday night I put the Sea-Band on before we boarded and didn't feel ill once all night. 

Sea-Band are:
  • A Natural relief - no drugs
  • No side effects
  • Effective
  • Reusable
  • Washable



Positioning Sea-Band on the P6 acupressure point for nausea.
Sea-Bands may be used to relieve motion sickness, morning sickness and cancer nausea and vomiting. To ensure your Sea-Bands work properly, these instructions show you how to position your wristbands correctly.
  • Place your middle three fingers on the inside of your wrist with the edge of the third finger on the wrist crease. The Nei-Kuan point is just under the edge of your index finger between the two central tendons.
  • Position the button facing downward over the Nei-Kuan point. Repeat the process for the other wrist.
  • One band must be worn on each wrist to be effective. Sea-Bands can be put onto your wrist before you start travelling, or after you have started your journey.
  • Sea-Band is suitable for adults and children.
You can purchase Sea-Band here. Adult and Child wrist bands are priced at £8.15 a set. Adult bands are grey in colour but you can buy child bands in 3 different colours. 

I cannot believe how great Sea-Band are. I was very sceptical that they would work and have always had to take pills in the past when I have felt ill on long journeys but now I know that I don't have too. I would highly recommend them to anyone who suffers from travel sickness or who is pregnant and suffering morning sickness. I have rated them with a well deserved 5/5 rating.



54 comments

  1. Following you via GFC

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  2. Following you on FB - Boo Roo and Tigger Too

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  3. Following you on Twitter

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  4. Following Sea-Bands on FB - Boo Roo and Tigger Too

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  5. I would prefer the adult ones, as i might be flying soon. Childrens ones would be fine too, as my son gets travel sick too!

    @buttonf1fan on twitter

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  6. I just followed you on twitter too.

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  7. Have followed you on GFC. Would love adult bands!

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  8. Have liked you on Facebook. Would love adult bands!

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  9. Have liked Sea-Band on Facebook. Would love adult bands!

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  10. Following on GFC

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  11. Adult ones my mum and sister get travel sick and when they are sick it makes me sick >.<

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  12. following on facebook

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  13. following on twitter

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  14. Following seabands on facebook

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  15. I would be happy with either, as both my daughter and little grandson suffer with travel sickness.

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  16. Following Here Comes Trouble on Facebook.

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  17. Following Here Comes Trouble on twitter @judithsbooks

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  18. Following Sea Band on facebook. JudithGutowski

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  19. Following on networked blogs(Robyn Logan)

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  20. I'd prefer the adult sea band

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  21. Following on Facebook (Robyn Logan)

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  22. Following on twitter

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  23. Following Sea bands on Facebook (Robyn Logan)

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  24. I follow via network blog

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  25. i would like adult please

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  26. i like Here Comes Trouble on FB

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  27. i follow Here Comes Trouble on twitter

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  28. i like Sea-Band for Drug Free Nausea Relief on FB

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  29. Hi am following via gfc: steph marie

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  30. child sea band please

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  31. following on fb: steph marie

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  32. following on twitter: stephie_xox

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  33. followin sea band on fb: steph marie

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  34. Hiya sea band adult please!

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  35. I follow you on Fb
    Karen A Barrett

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  36. I follow your blog via Networked Blogs
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  37. I follow you on Twitter
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  38. I have like Sea-Bands On FB
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  39. i would like an adult sea band please :) i am also a very sicky traveler :(
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  40. following you on facebook
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  41. following on twitter
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  42. also following seabands on facebook
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  43. I am Following you via GFC (Alice Hindley)
    I would like an adult Sea-Band
    I am Following you on Facebook
    I am Following you on Twitter
    I am Following Sea-Band on Facebook

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  44. I'd love to give these a go. Hubby and I are going on a second homeymoon on the 19th which is a cruise around the Med and then over to Florida! I'm so excited, but also scared I'll be to ill to enjoy it, never heard of these, so please, please consider me. I'm a GFC follower, I'm off to find you and Sea Band on FB (Jane Mse English)
    Even if I don't win I'll certainly be looking into them, but this cruise had left us broke, we booked it 2 years ago and now sad to say we have both took a serious pay cut, but decided we need this holiday, first with out children!!
    Anyone else done this type of cruise? Is there anything I need to take? Get a lovely butterfly tummy everytime I think in 2 weeks I'll be on the boat! WOOHOOO Sorry rambled a bit but I'm so looking forward to having a break.

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  45. following by networked blogs (nikki reynolds)

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  46. if im lucky i would love to win a childs one for my little girl :)
    nikki reynolds

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  47. like here comes trouble on facebook as nikki reynolds

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  48. following on twitter as @pooklexiandbump

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  49. i like seaband on facebook (nikki reynolds)

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