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Affordable Healthcare with Walgreens

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Walgreens for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

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Ever since becoming a parent I’ve been extremely concerned about  keeping my child healthy.

Walgreens Brand Health & Wellness Products
are my first choice when I think of vitamin supplements for my kids.  My boys love gummy bears and Walgreens Children’s Gummies Multi-Vitamin & Mineral Supplement is a supplement they would try. I like the fact that the gummies are natural flavor and are free from preservatives. The best part is that the vitamin supplements are reasonably priced and affordable as compared to other popular brands.

With the rising cost of health care, saving money on over-the-counter medications can really benefit a family’s budget. In addition to being an exceptional value, Walgreens Brand Health & Wellness Products:

a. Are Walgreens pharmacist recommended.

b. Most contain the same active ingredients as other national brands.

c. Have a 100% satisfaction guarantee.

has been set up by Walgreens to provide free preventive health tests as well as other health and wellness services and education to local communities.  I find this an excellent approach by a company to fully serve the community that they operate in.

At the moment they are having a  giveaway where one stands to win a $50 Walgreen gift card. Do check out the giveaways

You maybe a winner.

Walgreens Way to Well Fund™

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Cleebo Review and Giveaway

*This is a sticky post which will remain till the giveaway ends on 1st July. Newer posts will be found below this post. *

Sophie and Friends recently send me a Cleebo for review.  I found it an interesting product as it’s an alternative to the  nasal drops  and Nasal Aspirators  to clear nasal congestion which I tried with my elder boys.  I haven’t seen these plastic, sterilizable nose tweezers for kids and was keen to try it out for Tiger Girl.

The tweezer comes with 5  colourful interchangable tips. The ends also include many safety features including: depth limiting design with end tabs to prevent excessive insertion, an absence of any sharp ends, tight fit to tweezers to prevent them coming loose, and they are made from silicone which is a relatively soft material.

As you can see she had her hands literally on the item when I took it out from the packaging.She grabbed the plastic box and refused to let it go as she was attracted by the bright colours.

Here you can see that product taken out of the box and I was attempting to test it out on her. Unfortunately she kept on batting it away or opening her mouth ( mistaking it as food) so I tried it on the other likely candidate.

My findings

I personally find that this product would be very effective in removing boogies from  newborns or non mobile kids who are  under 6 months old.  My 9 month old couldn’t keep still and was more interested in “eating” the product then letting me use it on her. My 7 year old however did not  find it as effective and I was more worried about him bending it the other way around and breaking it instead.

I found it rather difficult to grip and use like a regular tweezer as there wasn’t much tenacity between the two ends making them close too easily upon gripping.

Retailing at  $17.90 I find it a bit pricy. However here is a chance for you to get it FREE

Dominique’s Desk is happy to announce that  we have one Cleebo up for grabs to the lucky Singapore based reader.

Leave me a comment stating

” Mummy needs a Cleebo”

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