Julia, 5 Minutes for Mom contributor, shares her insights into this review for Chloraseptic. We were compensated to write this post and all opinions listed are those of the writer.
As a child growing up with allergies and asthma, I’m no stranger to being sick. Now as a stay-at-home-mom, I no longer have sick days, so I’m always on the look out for products that can relieve symptoms and help me get back to my normal routine.
Be kind to your throat this allergy season by keeping a supply of Chloraseptic Sore Throat Lozenges With Soothing Liquid Center on hand. The fast-acting lozenges work two ways; the benzocaine active ingredient provides quick relief of sore throat pain, while the liquid centers soothe irritated throats. When bronchial irritation results in a cough, the Chloraseptic Total lozenge formula can help relieve sore throat pain, cool nasal passages and suppress coughs for up to four hours.
I love that this product is easy, on-the-go relief that fits my lifestyle as a busy mom. I can carry the product with me in my purse, and the delicious tasting lozenges allow you to choose if you need relief for a sore throat or a sore throat and cough. In flavors of citrus, cherry, and even a sugar free variety, there is sure to be something available to soothe all of your symptoms and satisfy all of your taste buds.
This product is so much easier (and tastier!) than liquid cough medicine and is very effective in providing fast, effective relief. Check out http://chloraseptic.com/ to learn more about their products, find the resources you need to navigate this allergy season, and even print a coupon!
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Julia is a full time mommy and part time writer who thrives on Starbucks, chocolate, and toddler kisses. When she is not chasing a toddler around, you can find her at her personal blog, http://www.elatedexhaustion.com, or playing on Twitter @juliahembree.