3.52 Reviews

Curex offers personalized allergy tests, online doctor consultations, and treatment services through their innovative telehealth platform.

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Curex Reviews

10 months ago

From what I understand, this service basically allows you to micro dose your allergies until you’re completely desensitized. It takes about two years to achieve this, so you’re playing the long game instead of achieving instant relief. In the beginning, you’ll likely still need to use regular allergy medicine to cope in the short-term. The entire process was so easy, everything was delivered to my home, and I received my treatments in a reasonable amount of time. You do have to take these every day, so I make them part of my morning routine. They weren’t very hard to integrate. Customer service is reachable by text, which is super convenient. They don’t take insurance, though.


I wish I had knows that they accept FSA. I would have taken this into account. I feel like they could do a better job of informing customers of their options when it comes to this.

Lovely customer supportHigh qualityInnovative productCool look & feelCustom personalizationTravel friendly ✈️
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17 days ago

Maybe a good idea but the customer service is lacking for such a high end product. The pricing of this brand is poorly done - they changed their entire pricing structure after signup but the treatment is supposedly not effective if done for less than 3 years. The pricing should be more consistent with what’s advertised at signup. Additionally there’s no guidance on checking efficacy other than waiting for another season of allergies and seeing how things go. That would work great were it not for their confusing pricing increases and lack of clarity from their customer service folks.

Has no effect 🤷
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