If you remember a little over a month ago, right before our family trip to Disney, I was sent a sample of a Walgreens Brand Health & Wellness Products to try. What I had chosen as my sample was their Pain Reliever, since i’d been having some serious headaches and was experiencing a pulled shoulder at the time due to a crappy pillow.
Since that time, I have now finished the entire bottle, well, Thomas and I have. We get a lot of headaches around here.
I love the Walgreens brand Health & Wellness products now just as much as I did after the first few days of using it! We even bought more. It works just as well as the name-brand products, and for about half the price. You can’t go wrong there, especially when you’re using it so often. And if we didn’t like it- there’s a 100% satisfaction guarantee, so we’d get our money back.
Another big benefit that beats out the name-brand product is that with every purchase of a Walgreens Brand Health & Wellness product, Walgreens will donate to the Walgreens Way to Well Fund™ which brings preventative health services to local communities (including things like health tests), up to $3 million annually!
Again I say, you just can’t beat that! Helping my poor head and other people at the same time.
To top it all off, a couple of bloggers right now are having Walgreens giveaways where you can win gift cards! You know how I love a good giveaway.
Give a Walgreens brand Health & Wellness product a try, I don’t think you’ll be sorry! And if you are, they’ll just refund your money. Win, win!
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@selfmademummy I'd explode if I tried
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