Living in St. Louis my whole life it seems like everyone I know was always talking about their allergies. I was thankful that I never seemed to suffer from any sort of allergies, even seasonal. But after I had my son 4 years ago, it seems that I’ve developed seasonal allergies and it’s hit me hard. It’s no surprise that more people are developing seasonal allergies, especially in Saint Louis which was just named the 29th “Most Challenging Place to Live with Spring Allergies”. My husband and son suffer from seasonal allergies also so our house is always full of coughs and sneezes.
Working from home, there’s not many times that I will put on makeup before I leave the house. When I do wear makeup, I remember why I never do. As soon as I get in the car I’m constantly rubbing and wiping my watery eyes and getting makeup in my eye, all over my face and on my fingers. It’s frustrating and most days I walk around feeling pretty drab.
My husband and I have tried most OTC allergy medicines and they seem to work for a few hours but they are never long-lasting. When I had the chance to try Allegra, I jumped on it! I had never tried Allegra but had heard great things about it and wanted to see if it could bring me from feeling drab to FAB!
I headed to my local CVS to purchase Allegra and to also see what else I could buy to make myself look and feel better! I always like to grab an ad before I start shopping at CVS to see what kind of deals they have. Of course, you can’t forget to scan your card at the extracare coupon center to see if any coupons pop up! Mine gave me a coupon for $1 off a toothbrush!
After stopping to pick up some more essentials like milk and checking out the fun summer products, I headed back to the allergy section. Across from the Pharmacy there was a CVS “We Care” endcap featuring allergy medicine.
When I peeked down the aisle for allergy medicine, you couldn’t miss the Allegra medicine in those bright purple boxes! There was a large selection to choose from – everything from 5 ct. all the way up to 45 ct. packages. There was also the option of buying Allegra- D which includes a decongestant you have to get from behind the pharmacy.
During the month of May, shoppers can purchase a 30 count package of Allegra for only $17.99 with their CVS card! With only a few days left in the month, this would be a great time to stock up! You can even print a coupon for $4 off to bring the price down to $13.99!
Once I had my Allegra in my cart, I headed over to the Health & Beauty section to see what fun things I could buy for myself. There was a huge selection to choose from!
View my whole CVS shopping experience in my #ClearBeauty Google + Album!
I finally was loaded up with everything I found and couldn’t wait to get home, start taking Allegra and be on my way to feeling better!
As soon as I got home I took an Allegra pill. Allegra starts working within one hour and then lasts for a whole 24 hours! Finally, some relief! After using Allegra for a few days, I finally decided to venture out of the house with makeup, hopeful that I could get through a day without my watery and itchy eyes!
I was so excited to try all my new make-up products and was over the moon when my eyes didn’t start watering! Now, with just one Allegra pill a day I can wear my eye makeup and feel FAB instead of DRAB! You too can get an allergy makeover with The Allergy Makeover Game where you could win a $50 CVS Gift Card!
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