How to Prepare for a Worry-Free Summer
We love the summer and won’t let anything stop us from enjoying the beautiful, sunny weather. Sometimes, life throws you a curve ball and tries to rain on your family fun.
Thankfully, Bayer® is here to help. Bayer® wants you to #GetSetForSummer with a special summer promotion, giving Canadian families the chance to win 1 of 3 top prizes of $10,000! All you have to is buy* two or more Bayer® products already on your summer shopping list, and text or email a picture of your receipt to [email protected] For more information and a savings coupon, head to www.getsetforsummer.ca.
Are you wondering how Bayer® can help your family conquer their seasonal woes? Here’s how you can prepare for a worry-free summer!
1. Problem: Allergies
If you’re a summer allergy sufferer, you already know how a runny nose and constant sneezing can put a damper on your summer plans.
Help take a break from allergy symptoms with Claritin®. It’s non-drowsy so you don’t need to slow down to smell the flowers unless you want to!
2. Problem: Sore Feet
With all the activities we do in summer, our feet can really take a beating. Sometimes, I don’t make the best shoe choices and choose style over comfort. I pay for my decision by the end of the day!
Try: Dr. Scholl’s® For Her® Comfort Insoles
Say hi to sweet cushiony comfort! Grab a pair so you can stay on your feet in style and comfort longer. Dr. Scholl’s® even makes a high-heel version for summer date nights.
3. Problem: Body Pain
Summer road trips are fabulous, but I don’t look forward to the throbbing back pain I get from sitting in the car too long. This summer, I don’t want anything to stop my family from hitting the open road.
ALEVE® helps to relieve a wide range of pain from backaches to headaches. Ride pain-free in the front seat while your kids sing their favourite songs in the back.
To be sure these products are suitable for you, always read and follow the label.
Do you have any summer health issues?
Disclosure: I was compensated for this post. All opinions expressed are my own.