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Advil® Cold & Sinus
The weather in New England this year has been up and down. One day it’s 60 degrees, the next it could be 0 degrees. It is wreaking havoc on the sinuses in our family. Over Christmas break, 4 out 5 family members were sick. We spent much of the week wrapped up in blankets, eating Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup, and taking Advil® Cold & Sinus to help treat the symptoms. When we get sick, we prefer to use Over The Counter Medications first, then go to the doctor if that doesn’t help after a few days. Ideally this will help us avoid taking antibiotics unless absolutely necessary, so we don’t build up immunity to them.
We are fortunate to have 3 pharmacies within 5 miles of our house, one that now offers curbside service 🙂 I was thankful that my partners at Advil offered to send me some Advil® Cold & Sinus in December that we could keep on hand for Cold & Flu season. When the first family member got sick, I pulled it out and starting treating the symptoms. When the supply was running low, I called in and spoke to the pharmacist. I explained the symptoms we were having, and told her what we’d been taking. She said it was an excellent choice for our symptoms, so I placed a curb side pick up order so I didn’t have to get out of my jammies to pick it up. When the order was ready, I drove up, they brought out the order, and I was back home within 10 minutes.
- When your cold and flu symptoms become too much, only Advil® Cold & Sinus is the #1 pharmacist recommended brand to treat your worst symptoms.
- Advil® Cold & Sinus combines Advil® – the number-one selling pain reliever – and a powerful nasal decongestant to provide fast, powerful relief.
- Ask for it at the pharmacy counter!
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