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October special offers from Sykes Chemist 2nd October 2014 Author: Gaynor R 0 Comments It’s October, it’ll soon be Christmas! But here comes the flu season!Sykes Chemist can help you beat those coughs and colds with our October special offers. Suffering from a sore throat can be really horrible, but Sykes Chemist have the perfect thing, you cansave 25% on selected Ultra Chloraseptic products which means your sore throat will be cleared in no time. ALSO at Sykes Chemist, you can save25% on selected Lemsip Max products We bet a lot of us will have sinus pressure over the next few months, and we know it can be horrible too! At Sykes Chemist,Sudafed Sinus Pressure & Pain Tablets 24s are only £4.50! PLUS you can also getSudafed Decongestant Tablets 12s for only £2.50 which will help unblock your nasal congestion! Are you suffering from a chesty cough? Don’t worry because at Sykes Chemist,Almus Chesty Cough Linctus is only £2 AND Sykes Chemist are stockingBRAND NEW Bronchostop products! Aches and pains can be horrible, but you don’t have to suffer. At Sykes Chemist you cansave 1/3 on Selected Deep Heat products, PlusVoltarol 12 Hour Emulgel 2.32% Gel is only £8 which will leave you feeling pain free in no time! Tena products can sometimes be expensive, but for a lot of people, they’re a must. Did you know this month at Sykes Chemist,selected Tena products are only £5?! It’s always great to stay smelling fresh, and Sykes Chemist have the perfect products to help you.Selected Lynx products are half price! It’s so hard to find the perfect toothpaste for you! But Sykes Chemist can help as you cansave 1/3 on selected Ultra Dex Products! L’oreal styling products are fantastic, but can sometimes be expensive, but not at Sykes Chemist!Selected L’oreal Studio Line Products are half price! We hope you’ve found an offer you’d like to take up this month, but don’t forget, flu jabs are so important and Sykes Chemist can provide you with yours, just get in touch!
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