Theresa's Mixed Nuts: Keep Your Allergies Under Control with CVS/Pharmacy Products!

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Keep Your Allergies Under Control with CVS/Pharmacy Products!

I think we can all agree, this has been one long, brutal winter. One one hand, I want it over as much as the next person, but on the other, I actually dread this time of the year most. We are now on the brink of spring, and this is where each day is wacky weather wise. Yesterday it was sunny and starting to warm up, but by tonight we are expecting freezing temperatures again along with more snow. The temperature shift from warm to cold and back to warm again each day takes its toll on my body, and kicks my allergies into full swing. The itching, watery eyes and constant runny nose are always such a hassle to deal with, but I know that relief is right down the road at my local CVS/pharmacy.

CVS Pharmacy Logo

Not only do I like shopping at CVS/pharmacy because they are very conveniently located to my neighborhood, but by shopping the CVS/pharmacy Brand Healthcare Products, I save up to 30% over national brands!

CVS/pharmacy carries a wide selection of health care products that help me control my allergy symptoms.


The CVS Allergy Relief 24 Hour Indoor/Outdoor Tabs are easy to swallow, and provide fast and long lasting allergy relief.

My daughter is suffering through a round of allergies herself, but getting her to take medicines can be a struggle. Thankfully she loves the Bubblegum flavor of the CVS Children's 24 Hour Indoor/Outdoor Allergy Relief, so getting her symptoms under control is quick and painless.

I love the Honey Lemon cough drops, and I always have a pack of the travel size tissues tucked into my purse and stashed in my car because it's not fun to get caught with a runny nose and no tissues!  How cute are the designs on the packages!?


I think my favorite product though is the New CVS Brand Nasal Strips. Not only do they provide allergy relief, they also help reduce snoring, which my husband does quite often! I like the slender design. They are so light weight, after a few minutes of use you don't even feel them on! As long as they are applied to clean skin, they stick very well, and I haven't had trouble with them falling off at night.

nasal strips

If you are a seasonal allergy sufferer like I am, you'll be able to keep your toughest allergy symptoms under control with CVS/Pharmacy Brand Health Care Products. Be sure to visit CVS/pharmacy to find out more about their line of allergy relief products.

Are you a seasonal allergy sufferer? Do you have any tips for keeping your allergies under control?

*Disclosure- I received the above mentioned product courtesy of the sponsor for the purpose of this review. No monetary compensation was provided. All opinions are genuine, based on my experience with the product, and have not been influenced by promotional items.

40 comments:

  1. Honey lemon drops seems nom nom and practical!

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  2. That is a great way to help with allergies

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  3. My allergies have been really good this year, ... but always looking for tips. I don't have a CVS close to me, but there is one in the next town over.

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  4. THANK GOD for those nasal strips. My husband uses them to help his snoring and they really do help!!

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  5. I use the neti pot. My boys do to. I'm also going more and more gluten, milk and sugar free. I'm not perfect, but I'm trying. They add stuff to wheat and all purpose flours, that were not added before. Allergies are getting worse for so many people in general.

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  6. We've had great luck using CVS products in the past, and love the savings the card offers. Let's hope for a mild allergy season this year!

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  7. we keep our medicine cabinet stocked at all times to combat everything from allergies to colds.

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  8. Looks like you sure have your allergies in control, thanks to CVS! My hubs allergies have started to act up, so he may just need a trip to CVS soon to stock up on allergy meds too.

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  9. I am so happy I do not have allergies! My husband is the allergy sufferer but it has gotten alot better since we moved to Florida

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  10. We run an air purifier. I also vacuum at least twice a day to keep the dust levels down!

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  11. I was totally at CVS over the weekend getting allergy supplies LOL Allegra is our friend, and I dust and vacuum all the time!

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  12. That's great the strips help open nasal passages. There's some snoring happening over here too!

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  13. Thanks for sharing the information about allergy relief. I do get allergy attacks often so this will help

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  14. I'm not really a seasonal allergy sufferer but my son is. He uses a prescription allergy relief medication.

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  15. All my family has awful allergies. We use a lot of CVS brand products because they are the cheapest but have great quality.

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  16. I love CVS and hit them up this past weekend for some allergy relief. I want to try those nasal strips; I have some trouble sleeping and they may help.

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  17. I have seasonal AND indoor allergies. It's really fun when they're both bothering me. These products would be great!

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  18. I love CVS products so much! They are my favorite store ever!

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  19. We just moved and I keep looking for a CVS and have not found one yet. I need to go online and find out if there are located here, I loved their store back home, they were my go to for many things.

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  20. Looks like you got everything you need to tackle the allergies season! Sadly for me I have allergies year long =( wonder if those nasal strips would work for me! I always carry tissue with me too lol

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  21. What some neat looking products, those nasal strips sound fab :) x

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  22. Those nasal strips are interesting. My hubby tends to suffer from allergies near bedtime. I wonder if those would help him sleep better. It's worth a try!

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  23. We have terrible allergies here and we always go to CVS to get our over the counter allergy medications.

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  24. I'm very fortunate to not have to deal with seasonal allergies. I have heard that putting local honey in your coffee is helpful.

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  25. Really great tips! I really don't like to deal with seasonal allergies!

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  26. CVS is my go to drug store. They have great sales and offer a wide variety of items.

    My husband suffers from seasonal allergies and dust allergies so we make frequent trips to the drug store to stock up.

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  27. thanks for sharing - I tend to have allergies myself - it's hard when it gets out of control - the itchiness and all that sucks. thanks for sharing these.

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  28. I don't have a CVS near me unfortunately but my allergies are super horrible in the spring. I'm not looking forward to it at all.

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  29. I had allergies so bad. I'm glad I'm over it now. Doesn't really bother me as much. Thanks for sharing these useful information.

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  30. I have the hardest time finding the travel sized tissues. I will check CVS for them!

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  31. I felt the sniffles coming on this morning. The up/down/up/down weather is here too. Our ice melted today, and tomorrow we've got a ton of snow coming in to bring it back. phft I'm ready for consistently warm weather.

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  32. These are always good products I like to keep in my purse! I have a CVS within walking distance. I go all the time!

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  33. We don't get many allergies in this house, but it's great to know those products are out there!

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  34. I have like three CVS stores within a 5-mile radius of my house, so I use them a lot. I have horrible allergies too!

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  35. CVS is my second home (as is the grocery store). I wouldn't know what I'd do without my local pharmacy!

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  36. I need allergy control because I have asthma AND sinusitis. We don't have a CVS store near here though.

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  37. With Spring coming, it's good to know I can stock up on all our allergy needs at CVS. i have to check out those new CVS nasal strips

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  38. Sounds like cvs has some great products. I recently purchased their pain relievers. They work just as well as the big brand painkillers at have the cost. I was actually surprised at how quickly they worked and definitely see myself purchasing them again.

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  39. I like generic products from the pharmacies. They're really good and you don't have to pay for the expensive brands.

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  40. Great post! It's very helpful, thanks for all this information. Tips and hints you've given will help me to deal with the main issues on transferring. Thank you!

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Thanks for your comments! I appreciate every one of them :)

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