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May 2014
May special offers from Sykes Chemist 29th April 2014 Author: Gaynor R 0 Comments Sykes Chemist have a great range of products in store to buy, and most of them will even beat the prices at the supermarket, but every month they have a great range of special offers for you to choose from, have a look to see if there’s anything you fancy We’re always telling you that good dental hygiene is a must, but sometimes buying products can be expensive, but not at Sykes Chemist because selected Colgate products are only £1 Vitamins are so important to have a healthy lifestyle, but make sure you get the right ones! At Sykes Chemist you can getselected Centrum products for only £4! For those little ones, Sykes also havePeppa Pig vitamins and these are only £2! It’s the time of year where allergies arise, if you suffer from hay fever, don’t worry! At Sykes chemist you cansave £4 on selected NeilMed products. Plus you can also buy selectedOtrivine products from only £3 andPiri brand products from only £3 too! We’re having lots of sunshine, it’s great but it can dry out your skin. Make sure you keep yours hydrated and at Sykes Chemist you can getselected Nivea products for only £2! Plus,selected Vaseline products are only £1 It’s important to keep our hands clean and free of those unwanted germs, if you’re looking for a great hand wash look no further because at Sykes ChemistPalmolive silk and honey hand wash is only £1! Heartburn can get on your nerves! We’ve all been there, if you’re looking for a great remedy, Rennie is great and at Sykes ChemistRennie Spearmint and Peppermint 72s are only £3! We hope you’ve found something that interests you in this month’s offers fromSykes Chemist
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