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Savings from health packs

/ 11:59 PM July 19, 2013

It is often said that health is wealth. With Watson’ Health Packs, consumers can have more of both, thanks to the savings they get from the affordable health packs.

Essential vitamins such as ascorbic acid, vitamin B complex, ferrous sulfate and calcium lactate are available at prices up to 80 percent less than leading brands. Basic over-the-counter medicines such as carbocisteine, loratidine and loperamide are also available for 60 percent lower than leading brands.

Watsons Health Packs is a partnership with Unilab, one of the country’s leading pharmaceutical manufacturers. With one of the country’s top names in personal care teaming up with one of the Philippines’ most trusted pharmaceutical companies, Watsons customers are guaranteed safe, quality vitamins and medicines with incredible value for their money.

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Lifestyle mavens like Tessa Prieto-Valdes and Patty Laurel have switched to Watsons Health Packs and have been raving about them. While Prieto-Valdes enjoys the packs’ unbeatable combination of quality and price, Laurel says the Health Packs now make Watsons her one-stop shop for both health and personal care.

The Watsons Health Packs make health maintenance more convenient than ever. They are currently available at all Watsons outlets nationwide.

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