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June Special Offers from Sykes Chemist 27th May 2014 Author: Gaynor R 0 Comments It’s June! We’re all thinking about our holidays but sometimes it can be expensive when it comes to those toiletries,Sykes Chemist have a great range of products in store to buy and most of the time, they’re cheaper than the supermarkets! Have a look at their June special offers As were getting some hot weather and especially if you’re going abroad, it’s important to keep your hair hydrated. At Sykes Chemist, selected Tresemme products are only £1! Get your bright white smile for a fraction of the price! Sometimes Colgate is expensive, but not at Sykes Chemist as you can save 1/3 on selected Colgate products. If you have a cough that you can’t seem to shift, Sykes Chemist have the perfect remedy, Selected Ricola Herbal Sweet products are only £1! Ladies it’s important to keep stocked up for the time of month. At Sykes Chemist you can get selected bodyform products for only £1 We all love to smell nice! And you can too for only £1 as selected Charlie body spray products are on offer this month! Also as we’re getting a lot of nice weather here’s a great product to protect yourself from sweating. You can save £1 on selected Mitchum products from Sykes Chemist. Are you suffering from skin irritation or itching? We know it can be horrible to go through and so do Sykes Chemist. With them you can save £1 on selected Eurax products. Stopping smoking can be really hard but Sykes Chemist are here to make things easier, that’s why selected NiQuitin products are only £12.99 with them. A lot of people suffer from bladder weakness, and sometimes you feel embarrassed, but there’s no need to be. At Sykes Chemist you can save £1 on selected Tena for Men products and Tena Ladies products are only £5 this month! We hope you’ve found something that you like from these offers for this month! If you’d like to get in touch withSykes Chemist give them a call on 01204 684731
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