A Healthier You For Fall: The Healthy Gym Bag Giveaway

We are less than two weeks away until the first day of fall! Can I get an Amen?! I know what you’re thinking. Pumpkin spice, apple picking, scented candles, cozy scarves, bonfires, and the list goes on. All of that sounds amazing, and I could totally go for a pumpkin spiced latte right now but do you know what I’m thinking? Flu season, stuffy noses, germy yoga studios, stiff joints, dry skin, and the list goes on. But guess what? I’m teaming up with one of my favorite companies, CVS, to share some excellent health products and other essentials you should have around the house this fall! Let’s kill the germs, moisturize the dry skin, and prepare ourselves for the colder months ahead.

I loved how excited you all were for the last CVS giveaway, so I wanted to include one just as awesome to kick off a healthier fall. One lucky reader is going to win the gym bag and products featured in this post. Keep reading for more details!

Watching CVS transform into an all-around healthy pharmacy has made me extremely proud and fortunate to be able to work with them. Last April, I was lucky enough to visit a CVS event in NYC. If you haven’t read that post, make sure to pop over and check it out. I had already been a fan of CVS but became more in love with their company after that visit. Even when I’m not blogging, I’m always talking about their products to my friends and family, stopping in there weekly, and have depended on the convenience of CVS to make my life a bit easier. During this event, not only did we learn about the changes they had made or were in the process of making, but they wanted to know what we genuinely thought. They encouraged us to share our input and help them to improve in any way to make the lives healthier and more accessible for their customers. Even though I create sponsored posts through CVS, at the end of the day, I’m just a proud customer. Their changes haven’t gone unnoticed, and I can’t wait to show you guys what they’ve been up to!


We all live different lifestyles. I know I have several readers that spend their days working with kids in the classroom, some readers who teach yoga, some that travel all around for work, and readers who stay home working hard taking care of their families. We all require different products to keep us strong, healthy, and on top of our game. CVS Health (CVS Pharmacy’s flagship line) has close to 3,000 unique and on-trend health and wellness products to fit our day to day lives.

You’ll be able to pick up vitamins for your family, over the counter products for the sick days, and essential products for the germy gyms, classrooms, or airplanes. I’m sure you all have the go-to products that you keep with you at all times. I can’t go anywhere without carrying Ibuprofen, hand sanitizer, and tissues in my purse! CVS Health line has my products much cheaper than the popular brands. I’ll never complain about saving money when it’s possible.

If you’re looking for something, CVS most likely has it. The employees at CVS are always the nicest. If you’re looking for a specific product, they’ll be able to help you find it.

When I was nanny way back in the day, I always stopped at CVS before heading to the park to pick up first aid supplies because there was always a booboo waiting to be covered. I don’t know what it is about band-aids, but they instantly make kids feel better.

I love that you can walk into CVS and everything you need is within steps from each other. You go in for what you need, and you’re out within minutes. When I go into the bigger stores, I feel like I’m bouncing everywhere to get what I need. I’ll usually walk out of those bigger stores with five new outfits, a new chair, and everything I didn’t need instead of the products I went in for. I’m sure you can relate to this. CVS is a great place to stop before trips to pick up things like sleep aids, pain relief, carry-on items, hand sanitizer, and other essentials without all the distractions.

I go to the gym about four times a week to walk the treadmill and sometimes make my way over to the weights. You can’t always trust that someone has wiped down the machine before you. I ALWAYS take my antibacterial wipes and clean off the equipment I use before and after. It only takes one lousy germ to send you running for the doctor’s office instead of packing for the fun weekend plans you could have had. You don’t have to stay home during flu season in fear of the germs, but make sure always to wipe everything down, wash your hands, and repeat! And since you’ll be washing your hands regularly, don’t forget the CVS Health moisturizing lotion to prevent dry skin.

I love that CVS carries products in different packaging to fit into bags, bathroom drawers, or glove compartments. Speaking of glove compartments, mine is a full out pharmacy in the winter! You’ll find cough drops, throat relief pops, chapstick tissues, lotion, antibacterial soap, and hand warmers. It’s also important to wipe down your steering wheel, seat belts, door handles, and other things you always touch in the car. Little things like this can prevent unwanted sickness.
One of my favorite ways to stay healthy is with multivitamin gummies. Not only because they’re delicious but because they are helpful when it comes to keeping your immune system up during the colder months. It’s hard to forget to take multivitamins when they come in gummy form. As an adult, I’m more excited about these than kids. When we are looking for products, most of us have specific requirements they must match before purchasing. I love that CVS offers a variety of products that fit those requirements. The CVS Health gummies are free from artificial flavors, colors, and preservations. You can get your dose of vitamins and minerals without all the added junk.

Oftentimes with your ExtraCare card, there will be a BOGO deal on the CVS vitamins, and I always take advantage of those deals. I’ll usually buy them for stocking stuffers. You know you’re old when you’d rather have gummy vitamins in your stocking over chocolates.

Vitamin C – helps form and maintain bones, skin, and blood vessels. (my favorite vitamin)
Hair, Skin, & Nails (Biotin) – helps improve hair, skin, and nails (crucial for winter!)
Vitamin D3 – supports bone health
Turmeric Curcumin – a powerful anti-inflammatory aid & a powerful antioxidant (I find that turmeric helps my achy joints caused by cold weather)
If you ever feel a cold coming on, Vitamin C, Epsom salt baths, and shower vapor tabs will be your best friend.

I had no idea that shower vapor tabs were a thing until being introduced to them by CVS. I don’t know how I lived without them for so long! They come in different scents. Apparently, the lavender one is the favorite because they were out at my local CVS. The employee told me at least three people bought them that day. The vapor tabs react with the water in your shower to release non-medicated relaxing and soothing scents. If you’re ever having a stressful day or need a boost in the morning, I highly recommend trying these out. You’ll wonder how you lived without them for so long. Speaking of, I added one to my shower after walking the dogs this morning.

Epsom salt is another thing I like to add to my baths for relaxing, especially after a long day or intense workout. I enjoy using the lavender for calming, and the eucalyptus spearmint for opening sinus or relaxing muscles. In the winter, my joints are always stiff, and the Epsom salts are a great relief. The natural magnesium in the Epsom salts triggers the good mood feels as well. 😊Of course, after showering or spending time in the water, moisturizing lotion is crucial. I love CVS Health‘s dermatologist tested moisturizing lotion. It absorbs perfectly, and I love the neutral scent. 
My true love is tennis. When I’m not walking at the gym, hiking trails, or diving into an active routine, I’m most likely playing tennis for my workout. On Saturdays, I play up to four hours of nonstop tennis, which does put a lot of havoc on my joints and skin. I’ve found that keeping certain products around truly helps me recover and allows me to come back for more tennis each weekend.

Ibuprofen is my best friend for sore muscles or headaches from being in the sun too long. The CVS Health tablets are inexpensive and available in multiple sizes. I keep a little bottle in my purse for the headache episodes. When you’re continuously running back and forth on the courts, blister cushions will become your best friend. Even walking my dogs three miles a day causes blisters, so I’ve been using these sweet little savors for a while now. I would highly recommend them if you’re planning any hiking adventures too! Keeping chapstick, sunscreen, sore muscle rub (for legs especially), and athletic tape in my bag is also a must. I also love that CVS carries tennis balls. I pop into CVS every Saturday on my way to the courts to grab a new can! They have everything I need.

Another product that I was introduced to by CVS Health is the Active Lifestyle Probiotic. These supplements support gastrointestinal health, immune health, and physical performance by promoting general well-being. CVS Health has so many probiotic products that will fit into your daily lifestyles. 
Radiance Platinum is another popular CVS Pharmacy brand for premium vitamins. They are free from artificial preservatives and mostly vegan, non-GMO, and organic. I’ve been using the Radiance Platinum Women’s daily vitamins for about three years now. One of my favorite Radiance Platinum products for you to look out for is the fermented turmeric. A lot of people don’t like ginger or turmeric, so having a pill form to take is a great way to fight inflammation. I take two capsules every other day.

Some of my favorite CVS Health products for you to look out for are!

P.S. It’s almost that time of year again where CVS busts out all the fall decor and seasonal snacks! eeeeek! 😀
My goal for this fall and winter is to feel my best, always! ❤️

Now, let’s get to the fun giveaway!

I want to give the bag and all the products featured in this post away to one lucky reader! The entry is simple. All you have to do is leave a comment telling me which CVS Health product you’d like to try and your #1 tip for staying healthy during the colder months!

Giveaway Ends 9/21/18 & GOOD LUCK!

  1. Which CVS Health Product would you like to try?
  2. What is your #1 tip for staying healthy during the colder months?

This post was sponsored by CVS & ALL opinons are my own! Thanks for supporting Simply Taralynn

Comments

  • Christelle

    I am very curious about the gummies vitamins! I always have a hard time to keep my vitamins balanced during the colder time. I can’t swallow big pills and these gummies sound like a good alternative yum yum 🙂
    My #1 advice to stay healthy during the cold months….is simply to stay active! The cold weather should not be an excuse to stay at home and binged watch Netflix (even though once in a while it is a perfect activity, especially when all the Hallmark movies are out haha !). the nature is sooooooo beautiful during fall and winter, every year it takes my breath away. So I just add a layer and I’m going out to enjoy an outdoor activity!

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  • Jessica H

    Vit D gummies. I think sleep is really important to staying healthy!

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  • Brandy H.

    What an awesome giveaway! It’s a toss up for me between the active lifestyle probiotics and the Epsom salt!
    Fall gets crazy in our house with three kids that all play sports or are in various other activities! I like to take time for me at least one night a week to take an Epsom salt bath (I am actually out right now!) just to relax and soothe my muscles.

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  • Vunda V

    id like to try the lavender epsom salts, i love a good bath soak. I stay healthy by making sure i eat lots of fruit with vitamin C during the winter!

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  • Vera Khule

    It seems we always need flexible fabric band-aids. My healthy winter tip is try to wash your hands more and keep your hands away from your face.

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  • Danielle

    Ps to my last comment and to keep this random comment valid to answer your questions : lol. To keep healthy in the long months of winter in Alaska, I brew kombucha to keep my families’ probiotic intake up, eat healthy, get outside in the snow to exercise (snow shoeing winter running downhill skiing) and since I work in medicine I of course wash and sanitize my hands ALL THE TIME. And since we don’t have a CVS where I live I’d love to try any product from them LOL !

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  • Danielle

    Hey girl ! Long time reader here, almost since you first started actually. I love reading your blog because our lives are SO different and it provides an interesting perspective for me! I am the same age as you, however I live in Alaska with my two kids and husband on a farm! I just graduated with my doctorate degree in nursing and am a family nurse practioner specializing in acute care medicine , aka I work in the ICU/ER. So different ! We grow a lot of our own food here and do a lot of subsistence hunting, we can’t just run to the store. I see it is so different where you live and the majority of the US for that matter. We don’t have the same lifestyle for sure but it’s fun to see how differences in geography alter a persons lifestyle and choices we make. I have always enjoyed reading your blog, and hearing about your struggles and triumphs it’s almost like I know you in a weird way ! You’re a great example of hard work, dedication and organization a lot of people in our age group or younger can look up to ! Anyway I’m not sure why I finally commented I seem to OWN lurking in the shadows pretty well haha, (plus we don’t even have a CVS where I live) but it seemed like as good as a time as any. Keep it up girl you are doing an amazing job with the life you have chosen.
    Love from Alaska

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  • Jileen

    I’m all about trying the vitamin D gummies! Living up north and working in an office leaves almost no time for sun in the winter. Two of my biggest go-to products for cold weather are hand lotion and Airborne (best if used proactively!).

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  • Brianna Kuenning

    I would love to try the probiotics! I’ve read all the good things they do for your body but have never gotten around to actually buying them. I make sure to drink plenty of water and stay moisturized!

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  • Angela Cooper

    Okay, I’m going to be different and say the shower tablets, haha! As for staying healthy, flu shot is a must, then hydrate and sanitize away!

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  • Cara Dunn

    I love everything in this post but I would really like to try the assortment of vitamins. I am not good at remembering to take vitamins on a daily basis but I think they are important, especially when you are active and on the go. I remember my kid’s vitamins but do not always remember to take care of myself.

    I think the key to staying healthy, in any season, is to stay active. During the summer it is easy to get outside with all of the extra daylight. During the winter I still try to get outdoors as much as possible and I do more indoor activities like yoga. It keeps you flexible and provides mental health benefits.

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  • Caitlin Fernandes

    I would love to try the lavender epsom salt! I love lavender scented anything. 🙂 My best health tip for cooler temps would be to incorporate heated yoga bootcamp classes. I look forward to the heat when it’s so cold outside & you just can’t beat the workout.

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  • Melissa Moore

    I’d love to try the Biotin gummies! I am a big believer in hydration year-round for staying healthy- also Vitamin D supplements in the winter!

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  • Cindy A.

    I would like to try the CVS Health Manuka Honey Adhesive Strips. They sound interesting! As for my #1 tip for staying healthy during the winter… I wash my hands A LOT. I also use online workout videos to help me stay active indoors when it’s just too cold to go outside.

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  • Madeline

    1.Which CVS Health Product would you like to try? The Lavender Epsom Salts! I love taking a long, relaxing bath after a tough workout. Epsom salts help me with sore muscles.

    2.What is your #1 tip for staying healthy during the colder months? Oh goodness so many things. I work in a hospital so hand hygiene is probably my #1 tip. Also, trying to stay active (despite the lower temps!), eating balanced and getting enough sleep are always helpful for me all year round.

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  • Heather

    I want to try the shower tablets. I love baths, so it sounds fun to try to spice up my shower 🙂
    Washing my hands and staying in more out of the cold will hopefully keep me healthy this winter!

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  • Crystal

    1. I would love to try the apple cider vinegar capsules or one of the probiotics.
    2. I make sure to wash my hands a lot so that I’m not spreading germs (especially to my kiddos!)

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  • Alison Hertenstein

    This is awesome! I would love to try the vapor tablets or the hair, skin and nails gummies, wish we had a CVS closer to us! I am a teacher and cold and flu season is always a nightmare, hand washing and hand sanitizer is key!!

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  • Heather J Mesa

    I’m intrigued with the shower tablets. Going to have to swing by this week and pick some up! My fall/winter healthy tip is sleep!! I live in Florida where it’s still in the 90’s so Fall is not what we are feeling here….. yet lol

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  • Madison Minadeo

    Hi Taralynn!
    I would love to try the hair skin and nails biotin gummies or the shower vapor tablets! I never knew that CVS had so many great products! In the winter months, I do a lot of hot yoga to make myself really sweat and feel really warm in these cold Michigan months! I believe that sweating every day is so important and moving your body is the best medicine.

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  • Amanda Peterson

    I really want to try the CVS Prenatal Gummy Vitamins!

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  • Alyson O

    I would love to try the shower tabs. Also, for the winter, I am religious about my vitamins and hand sanitizer!

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  • Maria Manrique

    I would love to try the Lavender Epsom Salts. I always see them when I go to CVS and want to get them. They’re just a tad pricey. I think one of the reasons our health fails us is bc we are constantly go go go and a good long salt bath infused with lavender is the perfect reminder to slow down and give yourself some calming moments. The bonus is that it’s a really great detoxifier 🙂

    One of the ways I stay healthy is making a big batch of ginger soaked in Manuka honey. I chop ginger up finely, place it in a jar filled with honey and a tiny bit of water. And it just sits in my counter. I’ll make tea with it or I’ll just munch on a little chunk in the mornings and before bed.

    Have a wonderful day Taralynn. Thank you so much for posting this giveaway. I honestly love love love CVS.

    (Team cvs not team Walgreens haha!!!!)

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  • Sarah

    Looks like many of us want to try the shower tablets, and I do too! I love Epsom salts in a bath. During cold and flu season I wash my hands as soon as I get home from anywhere.

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  • Wehaf

    I’d like to try the gummy vitamins, and my tip for staying healthy is to stay hydrated!

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  • Courtney S

    It’s a three way tie between the lavender shower tablets, turmeric, and the muscle spray! It sounds like CVS has so many great things!

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  • MK

    Shower vapor tabs? What magic is this?! I for sure want to try those!

    Probiotics are my BEST friend for avoiding getting sick, all year round!

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  • judith

    the vitamins sound great! it would be so easy to take them

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  • Brittany

    The lavender scented shower tablets sound amazing!!! My tip to staying healthy this fall, a combination of Vitamin C, Zinc and plenty of rest and fluids! 🙂

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  • Brittany

    Lavender scented shower tablets sound amazing!!! My tip to staying healthy, a combination of Vitamin C, Zinc, plenty of rest and fluids! 🙂

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  • Katie

    I would definitely try the CVS Health Probiotic Capsules Maximum Strength! I struggle with my stomach so I’m always on the look out for something new to try! I absolutely love soup and tea during the winter to stay healthy. With all the different flavors of tea and soups, its hart to pass up!

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  • Ashton Jury

    The lavender bath scented tablets sound amazing! I would love to try them, especially since our place only has a shower and not a bathtub. CVS is one of my favorite places to hit up for vitamins and snacks. One of my favorite ways to stay healthy in the winter months is always having soup or broth in my fridge if I even start to get a little tickle, I’ll also add lemon or ginger too.

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  • Susan Christy

    I’d love to try the Lavender scented shower tablets. I don’t have any tips for staying healthy. I don’t eat right or exercise enough yet I haven’t been sick in years!

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  • Hannah

    Those shower vapor tablets look incredible! I now want to try them sooo bad! Also the apple vinegar tablets!

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  • Jacqueline

    Ok, I’m so intrigued about those shower tablets!! I’d love to try them. My favorite fall health tip is taking Epsom salt baths, staying hydrated, and of course lots of hand washing! There’s a CVS 5 minutes from my house and I get all my medical goods there, along with Ben and Jerry’s ice cream 😆

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  • Stefanie Ferry

    I would love to try the shower tablets. I’m stuffy all year round, but even more so in the winter. The best tips for staying healthy in the winter are hand washing under running water and I encourage all my team members to work from home when they are sick.

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  • Samantha Senior

    I would love to try the shower vapid tabs! We don’t have CVS here in Canada so it would be awesome to get to try some of these products out.

    My #1 tip for winter colds is HAND WASHING!! If you think you washed them enough, do it again anyways.

    Xo!

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  • Angela Sharbono

    I am super excited to try the shower tabs! Just like you, I didn’t know that such a thing existed! And they sound absolutely lovely! I am a third grade teacher and duribg cold and flu season I amp up my handwashing and bleach wipe the kids desks, light switches, door handles, tables etc……

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  • Markee Jackson

    This is a great giveaway! I have to try the health lavender Epsom salts and the vitamin c gummies! I work with preschool age children so to stay healthy I make sure to use antibacterial wipes on every door handle and surface.

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  • Liliana Wallace

    I would love to try the shower vapor tablets and the hair and nails vitamins. I always have very brittle nails. I try to stay healthy during cold months by having a flu shot every year…and alot of sanitizer of course! Thank you for this awesome give away Taralynn!

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  • Michelle Selinsky

    I can’t wait to try the shower tablets! I keep healthy in the colder months with lots of hand sanitizer 🙂

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  • Elizabeth

    I’m definitely going to try the shower tabs!! Sounds like it would be great start to a morning after being congested from dry air. And it won’t stain the shower, I’m excited! As a high school teacher washing hands and wiping down desks, doorknobs, well really everything… keeps my students and I healthy.

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  • Brenda Haines

    CVS is the best! Thanks for the chance!

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  • Meg Garcia.

    I would absolutely love to try the probiotics. I have chronic IBD and also very sensitive to many things as I have autoimmune issues. I have heard the probiotics can help with both gut health and inflammation. I’ve been on antibiotics for a few weeks now and am eager to see how probiotics can heal my gut back up! Thank you so much for your posts and for promoting ways to helps us all be healthy humans!

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  • Alexandra R

    I would love to try the Epsom Salts especially with a calming lavender scent! I’m training for a half-marathon currently and would love to soak and relieve those tired muscles. One of my favorite ways to stay healthy during the winter months is to diffuse thieves essential oils as an immune support!

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  • Laura

    I would love to try Active Lifestyle Probiotics! I’ve been reading about the importance of gut health and how keeping a healthy balance assists the rest of your body in staying healthy. My healthy tip for the winter months is a glass of warm lemon water with honey, ginger and cinnamon each morning. I work in a school so it’s important for me to build immunity prior to getting sick!

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  • Miranda Mitchell

    I’d love to try the probiotic! Anything to help you stay above the germs and yuck that fall and winter bring. As for tips, we love to drink 100% grape juice this time of year to help against the flu and other bugs. It’s been 6 years since I’ve needed a flu shot and I like to think it’s from the juice and constant contact with germy middle schoolers (though I wash my hands, A LOT.)

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  • Stacey

    The shower vapor tabs are definitely something I would love to try. I try to stay healthy during the colder months by hand washing and getting a little extra vitamin c everyday.

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  • Mataea

    And I’d love to try the Epsom salts!

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  • Casey

    Would love to try the Shower Vapor Tabs, esp the lavendar ones! During winter months I add a few drops of echenatia tincture to my drinking water. also always try to drink lots of water. Take Vit C & D as well. Lookin good in this post girl!

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  • Mataea

    Epsom salts and probiotics!

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  • Melanie C

    So many amazing products to try!! But I’d definitely love to try the Shower Vapor Tabs, they sound so relaxing and there is nothing wrong with taking care of yourself with a little luxury. 😉
    And my tip for staying healthy during the winter months is to eat and orange every morning. Nothing better than this to start the day!

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  • Cameron

    Emergen-C is my go to at this time of year!!
    And Lysol wipes help me keep my desk and apartment clean of germs!!

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  • Ashley M

    I ALWAYS get sore after my workouts so I want to try the CVS cold and hot sore muscle spray!

    I stay healthy in the winter by washing and sanitizing my hands, desk, car and house regularly.

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  • Stacie

    I usually take emergen-c every day! Maybe it’s mental but I swear it works. I also want to try the gummy vitamins becaue I need do get back into taking vitamins!

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  • Brooke

    I would love to try the CVS Health Mood Support Probiotic. It seems like something that could help out when I need an extra bit of support.
    My tip to staying healthy during the colder months is to keep working out. I noticed that when I stayed consistent (even if I stayed at home for my workouts) I did not get sick or get as sick as others around me have.

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  • Christy Peeples DuBois

    I would like to try the CVS Health Probiotic Capsules Maximum Strength, 30CT. I have read so many benefits that these offer.
    To stay healthy I wash wash and wash my hands again to help not pick up a sickness germ. I also take my vitamins for overall health.

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  • casey

    I would LOVE to try the epsom salts! I am a runner and I am always looking for ways to ease my sore muscles and have yet to try the CVS brand soak and I’m sure it would be awesome.

    My favorite way to prevent sickness is taking echinacea. I make a tea or put it in smoothies. It’s great at preventing a cold and also helping if you already are feeling sick!

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  • Amber

    The shower tabs sound very interesting. I e been thinking I need to start taking some hair, skin, nails also.

    Being a teacher I find that drinking Emergen-c every day helps. When I start to feel sick I’ll usually take 2 packs.

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  • Erica

    Hi Taralynn, I’m a sucker for a good giveaway!

    1. I would love to try the CVS hair skin and nails supplement. I find as I’m been getting older my hair is slowly thinning and I always wonder if these products would make a difference or not!

    2. Eat clean, get lots of sleep (nap when I feel like I need one), and keep on track with my workouts.

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  • Kay

    I would love to try the shower tabs, I tried to make my own and it didn’t work out. In the winter, I’m all about hand sanitizing and being mindful of germs. I get to stay and work from home whenever I need so I make sure to do that if it feels like the office is extra sniffly. My boyfriend is immune suppressed so I do all I can to keep us both healthy!

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  • Brenda

    Turmeric capsules because I was just diagnosed with osteoarthritis in my knee. One tip for staying healthy is to avoid touching my touching my eyes and nose unless I have watched my hands.

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  • Nicole

    I’d like to try a good probiotic. I try to keep my skin hydrated

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  • Rachel

    I would love to try the shower tabs! They sound lovely on a cold day. Best tip is always wash your hands! Working in healthcare we are always washing and sanitizing!

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  • Rachel

    I would love to try the ACV caps and the shower tabs! Those sound lovely! I always try to wash my hands at work and before I eat. Working in healthcare you have to keep everything clean.

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  • Deidra

    I’d love to try the probiotic or lavender Epsom salts.

    Washing your hands often is my biggest health trick.

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  • Lauren W.

    I would love to try the Apple Cider Vinegar Tablets!! My tip for staying healthy during these sick months is using my Fight It essential oil while I sleep! Also, what is the name of your Vera Bradley Bag??

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  • Kristy

    I would love to try the Apple Cider Vinegar tablets. I have heard wonderful things. To keep germ free I wash my hands constantly (working in an elementary school this is super important to staying healthy!). I also get my flu shot early.

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  • Kate S

    I’d love to try the vegan vitamins. And flu shot + lots of handwashing is the best way to prevent the flu and other germs!

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  • Mira

    I want to try CVS Health Active Lifestyle Probiotic because I’ve been wanting to get into more probiotic health for my digestion and gut health !!

    I live in Minnesota so I deal with the cold a lot! To stay healthy I drink tons and tons of water (and tea) and I remember to stay active, like skiing or going to the snowy dog parks, or even just walking on the treadmill when it’s freezing outside – so that I keep my energy levels up and don’t become a bum!

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  • Kayla Hunstiger

    Taralynn, I can’t wait to try the shower vapor tabs. What a great idea. I’ve never even heard of these.

    To stay healthy I make sure to get enough sleep, drink lots of water, eat a rainbow of fresh produce, take a multi-vitamin and since I live in Minnesota I start taking extra Vitamin D3 around this time of year to help with my mood.

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  • Caroline

    I would love to try the shower tabs and the probiotics! My doctor always recommends probiotics. To stay healthy I make sure that I am drinking enough water throughout the day and take a daily multivitamin. I also try to get 8 hours of sleep a night.

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  • Malorie

    I’ve got to get my hands on some of those blister relief pads and the shower vapor tabs! Blisters are the downright worst and can ruin days of your life while they heal. The shower tabs seem like they would make a shower on a brisk fall morning that much cozier and warmer!

    In the fall I can’t get enough Vitamin C. I’m convinced it helps keep the sickness away!

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  • Katie

    I’d like to try the lavender Epson salts. I do a lot of yoga and weightlifting so it would be great to use them to soak and relieve muscle soreness and tightness.

    I recently in the last few years moved from California to Tennessee so I have just now had to learn all the tricks to staying well in the winter! I like using turmeric to boost immunity, so I start the day in the colder months with a cup of ginger turmeric tea with lemon. And of course, lots and lot and lots of water.

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  • Angelina

    I’m one of your teacher readers. Talk about germs, eeek! My routine for avoiding sickness is definitely to take emergen-c once a day and wipe down the desks with Lysol at the end of every school day.

    Also, I don’t always have time for a bath when I’m unwell and those show tabs look HEAVENLY. I’d love to try them! Heck, even if I don’t win I’m going to go get some.

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  • Rosa Kim

    Hey Taralynn!!!!
    I would love to try the CVS Manuka honey strips!? And my tip for staying healthy during the colder season is to wear socks in the house and when you sleep to keep your body warm!

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  • Jordan Weaver

    What a fun giveaway! I want to try the active lifestyle probiotic. I was recently diagnosed with IBS and probiotics are one thing that can be helpful. I live in south Alabama so the cooler months just mean its finally comfortable to go outside!! I have a new puppy who has endless energy! He is going to keep me healthy this fall by walking him everywhere. I am so ready for it to get out of the 90s so he wont be overheated!

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  • Eileen Artinger

    I’d love to try those apple cider vinegar capsules! ACV is one of my fav products for digestion but it wears away at the enamel on your teeth 😬

    My number one way to stay healthy in the winter is keeping those veggies in my diet! It’s easy to turn to those comfort foods but I find that keeping veggies part of my meals makes me more energized and balanced.

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  • Anonymous

    1. Definitely the shower tabs or turmeric capsules!

    2. I’m a nurse so good old hand-washing for the win on keeping those germs away!

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  • Hannah R

    CVS is our go-to when we are in KC now! We had the Abound White Cheddar Popcorn last weekend while we relaxed in our AirBnb! I am DEFINITELY going to keep an eye out for all those gummies. My husband does not like to take pills – what better way to make sure HE stays healthy and well during this flu season, too?! (because, neither of us get the flu shot… too many bad experiences and horror stories…)

    My favorite thing (especially at work) is Thieves cleaner to kill alllll the germs! It’s seriously crazy. If you YouTube Thieves cleaner comparisons, your mind might be blown. It’s gross to see what some ordinary germs can grow into, even when in contact with some of the most popular cleaners, like Lysol and such.

    That, and hot tea with a little honey and lemon. ♥

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  • erin

    I’d love to try the hair, skin, and nails multi-vitamin gummies! I’ve always wondered if they really make a difference for hair and nail growth. The CVS brand seems to have good ingredients.

    Also, I stay healthy by sanitizing my phone, laptop, and desk area every day! I ride public transportation to work everyday, so when I get into work I always wash my hands and wipe everything down. I do the same when I get home 🙂

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  • K. Hanson

    1) Super excited to check out the CVS Health Cold & Flu Single Serve Cups!! Love going to CVS and using their coupons!
    2) SLEEEEEEP, always sleep. 🙂 Helps me feel great and stay well!

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  • Muge

    I am so eyeing those throat relief pops!! I have been sick and out of the country over a month now and now I think I wanna have at least some fun with it while I am taking care of myself! 🙂

    I eat 1-2 cloves of fresh black garlic every day. In case you never heard of it this comes from an old Japanese tradition ( because I didn’t see you mention it in your blog if you do know my apologies). It is regular garlic fermented 1+ month at certain temperature, humidity etc. conditions. It tastes great, doesn’t upset the stomach like regular garlic, doesn’t give you garlic breath and has more than double the antioxidant power of regular black garlic. And I have seen a big difference since I started using it.

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  • Hailey

    As an opera singer, I would love to try the throat lozenges as well as the shower tabs. Anything to keep allergies/ colds at bay helps me sing one more day!
    To stay healthy, I’ll make sure to drink tea with local honey as well as humidify my room with essential oils. Local and organic fruits and veggies help as well. 😌

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  • Lindsay Hart

    I’d love to try those gummies! They sound fantastic! Since its so cold here in Canada, I try to start acclimating to the cold as early as possible. It might be silly, but I feel that getting used to the cold makes you physically and mentally tough.

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  • Charley

    I would love to try the shower vapor tablets! That sounds so relaxing, especially because I only have a shower and no bath tub. I’ve found that a multivitamin, extra vitamin C, and a probiotic work WONDERS for my immune health!
    Thanks for such a fun give away! 😊

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  • Danielle

    I would love to try the vapor tabs! I actually tried making my own shower fizzies with baking soda and essential oils but they didn’t work out too well haha these are so much easier! My tips to stay healthy are drinking apple cider vinegar in water every morning, hand washing, taking vitamins (probiotics, vitamin C, multi-vitamins), and drinking plenty of water!!

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  • Jessica Bower

    totally the vapor tablets!!! they are life changing. and def sleep and fluids to stay healthy!

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  • Mallori

    I would LOVE to try the shower vapor tabs! I always need a punch of energy in the morning before work- especially when it’s so dark outside in the winter!

    My number one tip…FLUIDS! I am always drinking water! If I am too cold for water- I reach for hot tea!

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  • Susie

    What a great giveaway! I’m most interested in the shower vapor tabs. I’m a die hard believer in the power of Vicks Vaporub all over the chest (and feet) when sick and I can’t believe I’ve never heard of these before. Thank you for the introduction!
    My #1 tip for every season is to avoid touching my face, especially my nose, mouth and eyes! I wash my hands often and like you, carry hand sanitizer with me everywhere! It’s not fun being a germaphobe, haha!

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  • Miranda Ward

    I would love to try the Fiber Gummies. also in the colder months I always keep up with taking Vitamins to keep me healthy!

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  • Brooklyn Murtaugh

    Like everyone else, I think those shower vapor tabs sound awesome!
    Personally I love taking my vitamins, my favorite is my B12 spray. But the gummie ones are so fun.

    I love that bag!

    http://www.justbeingbrooklyn.com

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  • Jessica

    I increase my Vit C intake right around this time of year, and my son loves the lollipops for the occasional sore throats that he gets! I have been eyeing those hair, skin, and nail vitamins! I also want to pick up some of that whey protein! <3

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  • Chelsea

    I’d like to try the gummy vitamins, especially the CVS Health Hair, Skin, & Nails Biotin Gummies 🙂
    My favorite way to stay healthy during winter is by good frequent hand washing and I love my hand sanitizer that hangs on my purse!

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  • Maggie Murray

    I would love to try the Lavender Shower Tablets.

    My tip to stay healthy during fall and cold season is meal planning and meal prep. Without having my meals prepped, I make unhealthy food choices.

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  • Corinne Flax

    Shower vapour tabs??? Where have I been??? I can’t wait to try them. in the winter I drink AS MUCH water with lemon as possible.

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  • Nichole

    I have never heard of those shower vapor tabs, so that’s definitely something I want to try. During the winter I drink a probiotic hot tea everynight before bed with honey in it and I also carry Emergen-C at all times!

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  • Robyn

    I’d love to try the CVS health apple cider vinegar capsules. I’ve tried taking apple cider vinegar but it always upsets my stomach. I think capsules would be a great option.

    My tip for staying healthy in fall and winter is to always get your flu shot. Since I’ve started getting mine, I haven’t gotten the flu yet!

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  • Colleen K.

    I would love to try the Shower Tabs! The would be wonderful for feeling better in the winter.

    My tip is to buy inexpensive (I buy it at the dollar store) SPRAY rubbing alcohol and go spray crazy on things like; house keys, work keys, my keyboard and mouse, my work phone, cell phone and case, my cups of pens at work, I basically spray it on everything at my desk. Works wonders.

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  • Joni

    I would tell like to try the shower tabs! And my way to stay healthy is extra hand washing!

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  • Emily

    I would want to try the apple cider vinegar capsules! Maybe they’ll go down easier than the stuff in a spoon!
    My #1 tip for the fall is drink plenty of water!! Just because it gets cooler doesn’t mean we should stop, or decrease, our water intake! 😁

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  • Melissa Herrmann

    I would love to try the probiotics and also maybe the ACV capsules. Though I do love the taste of ACV anyway. But my number one tip to stay healthy is to make my own elderberry syrup and take it daily and extra when we or someone we know is sick. What a great giveaway!

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  • Carrie

    I definitely want to try the Manuka Honey Strips. I have never heard of those before. But, have heard of all the benefits of Manuka Honey in healing.
    Besides eating healthy and staying hydrated my number one tip to stay healthy is getting plenty of sleep. Especially during flu season!!

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  • Lindsey St Onge

    There are so many CVS Health products I would love to try! I’m definitely looking forward to trying the Shower Vapor Tabs, as well as the Radiance Platinum Fermented Turmeric Capsules! As a nurse I know how important it is to stay on top of your health during the colder months. I usually drink one of the Emergen-C drink mixes before starting my day! The raspberry flavor is my favorite 🙂

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  • Kristin H

    I’m a PA student, so I’m around other students all day long and I love to try and keep healthy in the colder months by keeping some Vitamin C on hand (and multivitamins too!). One of my favorite things from CVS that you’re showing here is the epsom salts. It always make my baths so relaxing, which is essential on my long school or clinic days!

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  • Thomas

    Vitamin c!

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  • Katie Courkamp

    Definiately excited to try the shower vapor tabs!
    Those look awesome!

    My tip for staying healthy is getting enough sleep, vitamin C, and WATER! I find it harder to drink water in the cooler months so sometimes I add a mint tea bag to my water bottle.

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  • Alyssa Connolly

    The CVS Health Mood Support Probiotic sounds really interesting! I’d love to give that a try. My number one tip is staying active and really paying attention to any first signs of getting a cold. That way, you can stop it before it starts!

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  • Jennifer W

    The shower vapor tabs sound amazing! I had never heard of those before, and I will be making a trip to CVS this weekend to pick some up! I am in Florida so we don’t have too much cold weather, but I think it is important to stay hydrated in warm or cold weather. I like to drink lemon water first thing in the morning, lots of regular water throughout the day and a nice cup of herbal tea to end the day!
    I keep a “sick” box stocked in my house with all the essentials for colds. Tissues, cough drops, cold medicine, vitamins and hand sanitizing wipes are a must. A lot of the prodcuts you mentioned would be great for this box!

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  • Jessica

    1. I really want to try the shower vapor tabs!
    2. I have three active kiddos so to try to keep us all healthy I push vitamins, sleep, and lots of hand washing.

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  • Sarahbeth

    I would love to try the tumeric capsules for joint relief. To stay healthy, I give my immune system a boost with more vitamin c and sanitizing constantly! I also rest more in the fall/winter months when I feel my body needs to recharge.

    Love your blog, been reading for years! Super relatable and fund to see all your adventures! Keep it up!

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  • Abbie Lambert

    I’d love to try the CVS probiotics line for a healthier gut. In the winter, I like to stay healthy by drinking 2 Emergen-Cs (vitamin c packets) every day. Great post, I always look forward to reading them.

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  • Shelby

    I am really interested in the shower vapors, they sound so relaxing!

    I stay healthy in the winter by drinking a lot of water and hot herbal tea, changing up my skin care routine, and using my humidifier when the air starts to get dry!

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  • Sarah

    I’m super interested in the hair, skin, and nails biotin gummies!

    For colder months I try to get outside as much as I can. Nothing a little fresh air and sunshine can’t fix!

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  • Beth Valenta

    I am trying the vapor tabs! Love this idea. As a school counselor , I drink a lot of water and eat healthy…

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  • Emily

    I’m really curious about the turmeric pills! I’m not a big fan of the flavor by itself, so I don’t get to enjoy any of the benefits!

    My best tips for staying healthy in the winter are to stay active and eat healthy to keep your immune system strong! And when a cold does inevitably come on, I swear by Zicam!

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  • Amanda

    The lavender shower tabs sound wonderful! My #1 tip is hand sanitizer and hand washing. Lots of it!

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  • Jessica Karcher

    1. I would like to try the apple cider vinegar capsules. I know apple cider is supposed to be amazing for us, but I can’t stand shooting it like a gun slinger at a saloon or trying to mix it with other stuff and pretend like I still don’t taste it. I feel like the pill form would be easier to swallow. 🤣😂

    2. Essential oils with my diffuser and lots of vitamin C are how I stay healthy in winter months.

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  • Megan

    I need those shower tabs in my life! Seasonal allergies for me are no joke! 😅 Keeping up on my self-care during the colder months is key. If my mental health isn’t good, then I’ll definitely get sick!

    Love reading your blog! You have motivated me to walk my pup so much more 💕

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    • Taralynn McNitt

      Thanks so much, Megan! Glad you’re getting out there with your pup! We live for our walks.

      Those shower tabs will be your best friends since you have allergies!

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  • Stacy White

    I definitely want to try the shower vapor tabs! They sound awesome and I didnt know they existed.

    I always make sure im taking vitamins and any immunity support products I can find (airborne, zinc tabs, etc). I get colds so easily so I try to stay on top of it, but looks like ill have to hit CVS up and try some more products! 😊

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    • Taralynn McNitt

      Hi, Stacy!

      I had no idea they existed either and was so happy when CVS introduced them to me!

      Those are all great products to keep with you in the winter! And CVS has ALLLLLL of them! 😀

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  • bill sulivna

    Fantastic products, would love to win

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  • Shru

    1. I really need to try the Radiance Platinum womens vitamins!

    I always wanted to start taking multivitamins and i think there is no better time to start than the flu season.

    But all these products sound so great, I think I should start going to CVS more often, i hope I win this sooo bad XD

    2. It’s a nanny tip, but my favourite thing to do this season is diy steam inhalation (i also love to put some turmeric in!!)

    If you don’t do this already you should (also read more about it to make sure it’s okay for you to do this)

    I’m pasting a few benefits I found online on healthline:

    The main benefit of breathing in moist, warm steam is that may help ease feelings of irritation and swollen blood vessels in the nasal passages. The moisture may also help thin the mucus in your sinuses, which allows them to empty more easily. This can allow your breathing to return to normal, at least for a short period of time.

    Steam inhalation may provide some temporary relief from the symptoms of:

    the common cold
    the flu (influenza)
    sinus infections (infectious sinusitis)
    bronchitis
    nasal allergies

    Lol, okay a bigg comment but this really was so helpful to me, I hope it helps someone else too!

    Love,
    Shru

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    • Taralynn McNitt

      Hi, Shru!

      Those are great vitamins!

      I loveeeeee the steam inhalation! We do it with Vicks vapor rub.

      We’ve been doing it since we were little kids!!

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  • Naomi

    I’d love to try the shower tabs and gummy vitamins!

    My top winter tips would be eating kiwi fruit (vitamin c) everyday, drinking lemon honey ginger, and making sure your feet and head are always warm! Those gummy vitamins could fix my vitamin c fix on holiday!

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  • Danielle

    I’m most excited to try the Hot and Cold Muscle Spray! My #1 tip is turmeric golden milk for preventing illness as well as to help ease symptoms in case I end up getting sick. 🍂💛

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  • Rebecca

    I would love to try the probiotic supplement! I take probiotic drinks but a supplement would be nice for on the go or when I’m in a hurry.

    I always make sure to take antioxidant supplements and extra vitamin C every day.

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  • Katie

    1. I want to try the vapor tabs because I have never even heard of them and they sound interesting.

    2. Best tip to stay healthy is stay hydrated and get plenty of rest.

    🙂

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  • Lydia B.

    1. The vapor shower tabs caught my eye. Sometimes when I’m congested, a good shower is the fix! And these would be a great addition to that.

    2. Good sleep, extra-good hygiene (washing hands, sneezing in my elbow rather than hands, wiping down the shopping cart, etc.), and a good ol’ flu shot!

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  • Tracy

    Excited about the shower vapor tabs!

    And my tip for staying healthy is to prioritize going to bed on time… skimping on sleep is a surefire way for me to get sick!

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  • Leslee Merasty

    I’d love to try the shower tablets!! Or basically anything you would recommend. ✊😁💕

    My tip for staying healthy during the colder months is to push past the cold and get out to where you can get your workouts done! Or stay home and do them if you have a good home workout program.

    Also, try putting a healthy spin on your holiday favourite treats and drinks! There’s a tons out there that you could whip up. I like healthy hot chocolate with cocoa. ☺️💕

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    • Taralynn McNitt

      Awww thanks, Leslee!!

      Home workouts are always convenient in the winter, plus you lower the risk of catching a cold from the gym!

      Yessssss!!! always love a healthy spin!

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  • Tracy

    Shower vapor tabs! Need to try those!

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  • Halie Sutton

    I’d love to try either the mood probiotics or the active lifestyle probiotics! And my favorite way to stay healthy during the colder months is to drink extra extra water. I know it’s something people focus on in the summer, but staying hydrated is just as important during the winter!

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  • Sarah

    1. Would love to try the shower vapour tabs! They sound very interesting!

    2. During winter, I swear by (it’s been said before) daily vitamin C tablets. But if a cold does get through, then a hot toddy before bedtime works miracles! (Hot water, lemon, honey, cinnamon and a drop of whisky)

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  • Liv

    The shower tablets sound amazing, and the Apple cider tablets are a super unique way to get that supplement in….so I’d be interested to try both!

    My best tip for beating winter is to drink lots of water and remember to use lotion…..during the cold months, we never want to, but that’s when we need it the most!

    Always love the posts, Tara!

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  • Emily

    Hi!

    I love this post- I think that all of these products would be awesome to try, but what intrigued me the most were the active lifestyle probiotics. I’ve taken probiotics in the past, but I’ve only had the type you need to keep in the refrigerator. I think these are much more practical! My healthy tip for the colder months is to drink tea. It’s so soothing, and the brand yogi has some great healthy options that support your immune system and so on.

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    • Taralynn McNitt

      Thanks, Emily!

      Yes those pills are so much easier and they have so many lifestyle probiotics to choose from at CVS!

      I feel like tea is all I want to drink in the winter and it does help. You’re right!

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  • Bri Runde

    I think I’d want to most try the ACV capsules, just because to this day I still almost puke drinking ACV.

    Rest! Lots of rest!!

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  • Erin

    I keep wanting to start taking probiotics and never remember!

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  • Katie

    I would love to try the healthy hair skin & nails biotin gummies! I hear they really work well.

    My number one tip is to drink lots of tea! I find it so soothing and delicious in addition to the health benefits! My favorite is to make a ginger honey lemon tea 🍯 🍋 🍵

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  • Brie Banowetz

    1. I would love to try all of the vitamins! I have a suppressed immune system and want to try anything and everything to stay healthy this year!
    2. I am a teacher, so I am around germs all day and my number one tip is HAND SANITIZER! I carry little bottles with me everywhere. I also think during such a busy time it is important to take time to pamper yourself, cause me-time makes a healthier me.

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  • Jackie

    Long time reader, first time commenter 🙂

    1. The shower tablets sound amazing!
    2. It’s all about vitmin c, hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes.

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    • Taralynn McNitt

      Hi, Jackie!

      So glad you’re commenting 🙂 I love interacting with my readers so don’t be a stranger!

      The shower tablets are life-changing and it actually makes me want to take showers now! (lol kidding)

      Those are two of the most important things for sure!!

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  • Courtney

    1. I’d love to try the jelly beans because well…jelly beans!
    2. I try my best to eat lots of fruits and veggies during flu season…best medicine on the planet!

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  • Ashlyn Cato

    The CVS Health lavender scented shower tablets definitely caught my eye, that product sounds so dreamy and relaxing!! Also, the manuka honey adhesive strips would be very interesting to try.
    I work in the dental field so my number one go to would have to be hand sanitizer, especially when cold season comes around. Girl my car, purse, station area at work, spray, gel, wipes I have it all lol!

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  • Karla

    I would like to try the Turmeric Gummies! Stopping at 1 gummy is hard to do! ☺️
    My number one go to for staying healthy are Zinc tablets!

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  • Rena

    I def would love to try the probiotic.

    One way to keep healthy in the winter is that I don’t slack on my gym routine!!

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  • Courtney

    I’d love to try the muscle spray, working in a salon sore muscles come with the job so that sounds amazing.

    On that same note coming into contact with so many people in a day my best advice is a vitamin C pill every morning. The key however is to start taking it in August to have in build up in your system by the time fall rolls around.

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  • Kayleen

    I’d love to try the shower tabs. I tried to make my own using an online recipe and they didn’t work super well- it sounds like these would be a better option!

    And I wash my hands all time to prevent getting sick! I’m a teacher and am basically walking into a pool of germs every day!

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  • Jessica

    I am really interested in trying those turmeric gummies. Whenever I cook chicken I throw a little turmeric in there with it. But because I am trying to not eat as much meat, I am not reaping those anti-inflammatory benefits of turmeric.
    My #1 tip for staying healthy in the colder months is to move my body! Getting the blood pumping helps the circulatory system, which helps your white blood cells to move throughout the body as well. We need those white blood cells to fight off infections. So even though it is cold, and I would rather wrap up with a good book, I get my butt moving!

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  • Ann

    LOVE to try the cranberry jelly beans!
    And, I always use a germ fighting essential oil everyday before heading out!
    #germfreak

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  • Kelsey

    I would love to try the apple cider vinegar capsules! I always hear about the amazing benefits but have struggled with the taste. I think this is a great alternative!

    I work with special needs kids in a school and feel like its so easy to get sick. My tricks have been washing my hands/hand sanitizer, vitamin c packets, drink warm water with lemon and honey, drink kombucha and stay active. Sweating it out at hot yoga always seems to help!

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  • Miranda Neff

    Hello!!! 🙂 I’ve tried hair/nail things before and they have tasted HORRIBLE so I would be interested in trying them from CVS in gummy form! My mom does the apple cider tablets and swears by it so that would be cool too! I work at a natural/organic dietary supplement company and people SWEAR by elder berries in the winter. This winter I am going to try and use those as a “trick” to staying healthy! (While also simultaneously avoiding other people who do not wash their hands like the plague 😉 )

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  • Sara

    1. Hands down the main product I’d like to try is the lavender shower tabs! I used to get eucalyptus ones for my sinuses ands haven’t seen them in a while. I didn’t know CVS carried anything like that!

    2. I avoid sickness by eating at home (you never know who is touching your food! ) and eating lots of vegetables for a healthy inside! Plus the usual hand washing 🙂

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  • Suzanne Lane

    1. The vapor tabs for the shower sound amazing! I’ve used the menthol cold ones for when I’m sick but I didn’t know they have fun smells too!

    2. Washing hands frequently and taking a multivitamin daily is how I stay healthy.

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  • Kelsey

    I would love to try the apple cider vinegar capsules. I always hear about the amazing benefits but don’t love the taste just mixed with water! I feel like this is a great alternative. I work with special needs kids in a school and feel like it’s so easy to get sick during the winter. I try to wash my hands / use hand sanitizer, use daily vitamin C packets, drink warm water with lemon / honey, drink kombucha and stay active. I feel likemhot yoga and sweating it all out also really helps!

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  • Kelsey W.

    Hey Taralynn! I can’t wait to try the CVS Health Turmeric Curcumin Gummies! I didn’t even know that was a thing, but what a great way to take that supplement! In the colder months, I give myself a daily dose of apple cider vinegar with the mother. About 2 teaspoons into a cold glass of water. I swear by it!

    I hope you have a great week and I hope you are safe from the hurricane <3

    xo Kelsey

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    • Taralynn McNitt

      Hi, Kelsey!

      Those gummies are life! (plus they taste so good)

      I do lemon water and try doing an apple cider vinegar with ginger to reduce the “sourness” lol You’re brave doing it alone!

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  • Kirstie

    1. I want to try the lavender Epsom salts!! I’m currently soaking in the tub after my workout, 10 weeks pregnant, and think those would be just the thing for me!
    2. My number 1 tip is just to get enough sleep! My body is so quick to get sick after a few nights of little sleep, and I feel like we all take a good night’s sleep for granted.

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    • Taralynn McNitt

      Congrats on your pregnancy! How exciting! I feel like I’d be living in CVS if I were in your shoes lol I’d grab all the chocolate, Epsom salt, slippers, face mask, and all the pampering products!

      Sleep is magical and does wonders for the body!

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  • Sara

    1) I would love to try the vapor tabs.
    2) Washing my hands many times per day is how I try to get rid of germs and stay healthy all year round.

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  • Sara

    1) Inwould love to try the vapor tabs.
    2) Washing my hands many times per day is how I try to get rid of germs and stay healthy all year round.

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  • Peyton Pender

    I would love to try those hand sanitizer wipes! And I take vitamin D supplements in the winter to try and stay healthy!

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  • Wendy Cooney

    1. I’d love to try the sore muscle spray!
    2. I have a terrible immune system and found drinking a few sips of pickle juice helps if I ever feel sick! It must be the vinegar. I love pickles, but still struggle with drinking the juice. But the benefits are worth it! It’s also really good for sore muscles

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  • Mary

    I’m really interested in trying their vitamins. I’m always looking for the right supplements for the right price and these may just prove to be it!

    My tip for staying healthy as the cold weather comes in is to keep up with your health routine. The cold makes me want to stay in, snuggle up, and eat comfor foods. But doing that just leads me to feel worse. Keep eating right and keep up that gym routine and your body will thank you.

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  • Emily Paolucci

    I definitely want to try the episom salt tablets and my no.1 tip during flu season would be SLEEP to keep your immune system up!!!!!!

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  • Lindsey

    I really need to add a multivitamin to my daily routine, I only take vitamin C! I would love to try the women’s platinum vitamins since you enjoy them. I truly value your opinion and trust your recommendation! To stay healthy in the fall, I honestly stick to a regular sleep schedule. With the darker days, I find it easy to want to go to bed early and sleep in later- which isn’t good for my overall wellbeing! If I sleep too much, I miss life and social events. Plus, I end up more tired!

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    • Taralynn McNitt

      Hi Lindsey!

      You are so right. As soon as it gets dark, I want to crawl into bed! I’m going to try my hardest to keep to routine this year!

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  • Emily H.

    1. I would love to try the active lifestyle probiotic!
    2. I don’t sound as germaphobic as you (no judgment) but i do keep hand sanitizer in my car and purse! Gotta have it at all times!

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    • Taralynn McNitt

      The active Lifestyle probiotic was such a fun find!

      Glad you keep it with you!!

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      • Summer Hyche Harrell

        I would love to try the CVS Health Apple Cider Vinegar tablets!
        In the winter, I struggle with Seasonal Depression, so I take extra vitamin D which helps. I also moisturize a ton and drink lemon ginger tea!

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  • Susie @ Mile High Dreamers

    I LOVE that CVS has made the commitment to promote and support a healthier lifestyle. I especially appreciate the fact that they even stopped selling cigarettes, that’s a huge deal!
    As a teacher I do NOT have time for being sick so all of the preventative stuff is high on my list. I would definitely want to try the turmeric capsules because I’ve heard of alllll the benefits of it but I’m not a huge fan of the teas or powder.
    My #1 tip is good old fashion sleep (PLENTY of sleep) and hand washing! And I’m pretty convinced it works because I work with 1st graders and I NEVER get sick (knock on wood!), so it must be doing something!
    SO excited for all things FALL! Woo hoo!

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    • Taralynn McNitt

      I agree, Susie! I love their commitment!

      I have no doubt your desk is filled with all the germ killers!

      Your tips are soooooo on point!!

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  • carol clark

    take plenty of emergen c that is a good way to keep yourself feeling better

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  • Hayden

    I need to budget these supplements and vitamins into my life!

    I’ve been following your blog for 8 years and love love love you and your blog! Would love to win something put together by you!!

    Staying active and eating healthy when it’s cold out but keeping a routine is important! 🙂

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  • carol clark

    CVS Health Lavender-Scented Shower Tablets

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  • Blair

    I’d be curious to try the vapor tabs for the shower! I’m not a big bath person but to use something in the shower would be awesome! My biggest winter help is airborne daily keeps the sickness way, I swear by it!

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  • Liz

    The hair skin and nails vitamins! And my secret weapon is gargling with mouth wash daily, sometimes multiple times a day if I feel a sore throat coming on. My mom swears by this and I used to fight her on it but now I’ve kinda bought into the idea that it does help fight off germs.

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  • Amanda

    Hii i really want to try the apple cider vinegar capsules
    I dont like the way it tastes in my water so this will be much easier for me
    I love cvs too!!

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  • Kimberly Truong

    I woukd love to try those apple cide vinegar tablets. I think my #1 tip for not getting sick is allergy medicine before I go to sleep and nasal spray. Also lysol everything….

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  • Lauren

    I need to try out some of those hand sanitizer wipes…probably going to pick some up next time I’m at CVS! My #1 tip for staying healthy in the winter is to keep your hands clean! Riding the bus/working in a big office exposes me to tons of bacteria every day so I’m extra careful to wash my hands and use sanitizer frequently to fight off germs and stay healthy!

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    • Taralynn McNitt

      They come in handy. I like to keep a pack in my purse and in my car! Glad you’re staying healthy and cautious of all the floating germs on the bus! 💜

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  • Courtney Haas

    I really want to try the shower vapor tabs!

    My #1 stay healthy rule is to not use public water fountains at. all! I won’t drink from them or fill water bottles from them. I rarely get sick now and I get sick after using a water fountain every time!

    If this is a repost, I apologize. I tried to post earlier and it didn’t show up, so I figured I’d try again 🙂

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  • Ashley

    1. The turmeric supplements! I struggle with inflammation, too. The weather change definitely affects my body and mood, but turmeric could be a natural solution.
    2. In the winter, I swear by my heated blanket and essential oils. Whenever I start feeling sick, I diffuse an oil blend and snuggle under the warm blanket. I usually feel better the next morning!!

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  • Jenna Samuels

    I’d love to try the apple cider vinegar pills! My favorite way to stay healthy during colder months is to make sure I get out of the house every day-even if it is cold and rainy!

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  • Candice McDonald

    1. I would love to try the vapor tablets for the shower. It would be perfect for relaxing or clearing sinuses.

    2. My #1 tip to stay healthy in the colder months is to continue to be active and try to find fun things to do outdoors as much as possible.

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  • Ellie Wright

    I would like to try the CVS Health Hair, Skin, & Nails Biotin Gummies. I hate taking pills, so these are perfect for me.

    I always carry sanitizing wipes with me during the winter. My boys have severe asthma, so we try to avoid colds and definitely the flu every year. I wipe them down after we go to stores or pretty much anywhere during germy season.

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  • Morgan

    1. I’d love to try the probiotics!! I have lots of stomach problems and I’ve read a lot about probiotics but haven’t tried them yet!!

    2. Sitting by a fire with soft blankets is my fav in the winter!

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  • Steph

    I would love the Throat Relief Pops. I work in a doctors office which is germ city (especially in the winter!). A sore/scratchy throat is one of the first things I notice when I start to not feel well.

    My tip would be making time for self care. For me in the fall/winter that means coming home after work and having some hot, decaffeinated tea, putting on some cozy fuzzy socks and reading a good book. Good for the physical and mental health 🙂

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  • Nick

    Apple Cider Vinegar capsules!! Yes! I’ve tried to choke down the real deal and Just. Can’t. Dooooo it!

    My formula for winter health is to stay active, always have hand sanitizer at the ready, and since I’m a nurse, I am required to get the flu shot. I know it’s not for everyone, but works for me!

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  • Sarah

    I want to get the antibacterial wipes! Weight machines at the gym, airplane trays, I can see those coming in handy so often! The turmeric capsules sound intriguing, too.

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  • Faith Collins

    Omg how fun is this? I NEED those shower tabs. I teach high school AND have a 10 month old son so I really need a boost in the morning & relaxation at night!

    What a great giveaway!

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  • Kayla West

    Which CVS Health Product would you like to try? I would love to try the Lavender Epsom salts! Lavender is one of my favorite essential oils and I have been wanting to try using Epsom salts during baths as there are many great benefits to using it!
    What is your #1 tip for staying healthy during the colder months? My #1 tip for staying healthy during the colder months would probably be getting fresh air as much as possible as well as keeping up with my mental health, as that also impacts your physical health.

    P.S. I love your blog and your adorable goldendoodles! My sister and I have been following your blog for quite a while now and love to try new recipes & different life style ideas you have!

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  • Lauren

    I will definitely be trying the Apple cider vinegar tablets! That stuff is a lifesaver for sore throats because it naturally kills bacteria, but it’s so nasty to drink!

    My #1 tip for to stay healthy (or try at least) is frequent hand washing and hand sanitizer. And wet ones for kids!

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  • Alayna

    I am a Pediatric Registered Nurse. I deal with a lot of sick kids daily and especially during the colder months who present with respiratory infections. As a healthcare worker I am exposed to so many germs so every year I tell myself I need to start being religious with taking my vitamins. I have yet to find a vitamin that I like so I am especially interested in trying the CVS multivitamin gummies!!

    Coming from a nurse one tip to staying healthy during the colder months/respiratory season is HANDWASHING 🙂 Just frequently wash your hands and avoid putting your hands on your face or in your mouth!

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  • Megan

    I would love to try the shower bombs!

    My tip for staying healthy in the colder months is just to use hand sanitizer constantly and take lots of vitamins.

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  • Amy Torres

    Those shower tab things look so AWESOME!!! I’m going to have to go get me some for next time I feel congested…I love taking hot showers when I’m sick and those look like it would take it to the next level.
    During the winter I try and drink more water! It’s harder, cause it’s not as hot, but it really does change how I feel and helps me stay healthy. Other then that…lots of hand sanitizer and Vitamin C.

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  • Jackie Kovach

    1. I would love to try the CVS Health Apple Cider Vinegar Capsules because i take ACV shots and sometimes they are just too much for me!

    2. A good tip is to always keep up with Vitamin C. It works wonders. 🙂

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  • Jodi Moore

    The shower vapor tabs. Also everything else since there is not a CVS in Portland Oregon. Keys to staying healthy in the winter. Lots of Vitamin C

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  • tanya

    I would love to try the bath bombs. I have heard of them but have not tried them
    I work in healthcare, my number one advice is to wash hands, sounds too simple but it really works. And don’t touch your mouth or face . Even though I wash all the time, I know my hands are full of germs

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  • Kate

    1. The CVS Health Lavender-Scented Shower Tablets! I did not know CVS offered those, and they sound amazing!

    2. Diffusing tea tree oil to help purify the air in my apartment. Tea tree oil has antimicrobial, antiviral, and antifungal properties!

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    • Taralynn McNitt

      I need to get some tea tree oil for my defuser!

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      • Emily H.

        Read up on this beforehand! I heard it is deadly for dogs!! Just trying to share some good advice 🙂

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        • Taralynn McNitt

          Actually I think I’ve heard that too!!! I’ll look into it!

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          • Taralynn McNitt

            Here’s what I found

            “Research shows tea tree oil is safe for dogs and cats and effective only when it is diluted correctly – i.e., diluted in large amounts of water. The recommended ratio is 0.1-1.0 percent strength, to be dispensed topically. Oral application is not safe for your pet”

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            • Emily H.

              Thanks for looking that up! My mom had mentioned it to me since I have tea tree oil and use it for things (such as lovely pimples for instance) but I had never diffused it and after I heard that I got super nervous!

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  • Charlotte Beck

    I would LOVE to try the biotin gummies and the sports tape! I work at a hotel so I constantly wash my hands and clean off the phone and desk area! It’s definitely important to stay germ free!

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  • Oli

    I love your partnership with CVS! I always learn about new products. I’d like to try the vitamin C gummies!

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  • Mary O

    1. I’m very excited to try the Hand sanitizing wipes. My skin is so sensitive that it hard to find hand sanitizing gel that doesn’t make them break out in a reaction and I’m left looking like Mr. Krabs.
    2. My number one tips are actually try and drink the right amount of water in the day, sleeping so so so much, and when i think i have “allergies” (which always turns out to be a cold) to actually stay home and sleep instead of working through it. Makes it better SO much faster.

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  • Sharon

    1 -CVS Health Epsom Salt Tablets
    2 – wash hands often

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  • Jen

    I would love to try the lavendar epsom salts or the multivitamins!

    I try to keep active (even when I want to hibernate once it gets cold) and get enough sleep!

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  • Lisa

    Shower vapor tabs, I think.

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  • Jennifer

    I would love to try the Hair, Skin, and Nails Biotin Gummies! Always looking for something to give those three things a healthy boost 😊 My biggest tip is to balance moving your body and sleep. It can be so tempting to lay in bed when it’s super cold outside and stay up late watching your favorite seasonal movies!

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  • Violet

    Hi Taralynn!
    Ok, I would like to try those Apple Cider Vinegar Capsules I never heard of those..! And I always try to drink lots of water and Vitamine C like Orange juices and other fruits even if its cold I eat a lot of fruits and vegetables.

    And of course stay warm!!

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  • Ciera

    Would love to try the Epsom salts. I’m training for a half marathon in January, so that sounds helpful! And my biggest advice for colder months is to drink lots of tea and coffee for warm and cozy “comforts” instead of going for cream/syrup heavy drinks and soups.

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  • Ambra Denham

    Probably the Epsom salts and the best tip I know would be to wash those hands!!

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  • Katie B.

    1. I would like to use the Shower Vapor Tabs
    2. WASH HANDS CONSTANTLY, especially since I have two little babies!

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  • Samantha Bunker

    Ooh how I love CVS!

    1. I don’t want to get sick (obvi) but those throat relief pops look like they would come in handy in the event that I do!!

    2. Washing your hands! I swear it makes a world of difference. I wash my hands every time I come home to keep the germs out of my house!

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  • Leighlin

    I want to try the turmeric gummies because my joints always ache in the fall.
    My #1 tip is to get outside. Fresh air always helps you feel better and sunshine is always good for your soul.

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  • Jessica Grange

    I would love to try the shower vapor tabs! They sound amazing! I don’t always have time for a bath so it would be so nice to have a relaxation option for the shower.

    My top health tip for colder months are plenty of sleep and a daily multivitamin. That’s my power combo!

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  • Jessica Grange

    The shower vapor tabs look amazing! I would love to try those! I don’t always have time for a bath but would love to have the relaxation experience in the shower. So cool!

    My top health tips for colder months are plenty of sleep and a multivitamin everyday!

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  • Jenna

    I want to try the shower tablets now! I never knew those existed and I feel like I need them in my life. Especially after a hard day of swimming.

    As for staying healthy, it doesn’t really get too cold here. But I drink Orange Juice and wash my hands a lot!

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  • Alaina

    I’d love to get the ACV capsules! I drink a ACV and lemon water combo to start my mornings but with two young kiddos, this would make life a lot easier!

    I stay healthy by washing my hands frequently… I’m a PA, so this is so important for not only my health but each of my patients!

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  • Amy

    I love that CVS carries RXBAR now!

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  • Anonymous

    Great post!

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  • Stacy

    I would love to try out the probiotics- sometimes I have digestive issues and I would love to see if it helps!
    My tip for staying healthy is getting enough sleep!! People underestimate the power of sleep 🙂

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  • meghan

    I would love to try the Hair, Skin, and Nails supplement. I try to workout and eat healthy to ward off sickness!

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  • Peggy

    I would love to try the shower vapor tablets! It seems like it would turn my shower into a sauna!…For keeping healthy in the wintertime, I eat a lot of grapefruit! Yummy and full of Vitamin C!

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  • Carly

    The shower vapor tabs looks phenomenal! My favorite way to stay healthy in the winter months is frequent hand washing and using Young Living’s Thieves essential oil!

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  • christina

    Those gummies look good, and I love a BOGO. My tip for staying healthy in colder months is keeping hydrated and moisturized!

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  • Amanda McCaffrey

    1. I would love to try those shower vapo tabs! I get horrific sinus headaches and I have a feeling nice steam with one in the shower would feel lovely. Also the probiotics!

    2. My biggest tip was always hydrate hydrate hydrate! I lived in a very, very dry and cold climate (-40 degrees celcius was normal in the winter!) and as soon as you let your body dry out, BOOM, flu or cold bug. So I always had a humidifier going and drinking water and tea. But I’ve since moved to the exact opposite climate so I guess I’ll have to find a way to survive the winter here! I’ve been told stay dry, as soon as you get damp you don’t dry out until May, lol!

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  • Maria

    I’d like to try the health blister cushions. I have 3 vacations coming up, New Orleans, London and Paris. Lots of walking around gives me blisters and that’s the worst during vacation 🙁 … would love to give those a try to see if they help prevent blisters. My healthy tip is lots of green tea, I have a cup every morning with lemon. I also add electrolytes powder to my water 🙂

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  • alanah

    1) I’m all about the sore muscle rub! Help me recover!
    2) Wash your hands often! I live in Chicago so I’m always sure to wash my hands after using public transit.

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  • Hannah

    I’m so excited to try the hair, skin, & nails gummies!! I just recently (within the past month) broke the horrible habit of biting my nails for around two decades and my nails need ALLLL the help they can get as I work on healing them and making them strong! I know that helping them to look their best will also help me to resist the urge to start biting them again. I’ve heard great things about biotin and have had success with it when I used it in the past to help my hair grow stronger and longer before donating it. I’m excited to see what results I have with using it for my nails!

    Starting a new job in a hospital setting makes me so much more aware of germs and bacteria during the dreaded cold and flu season. My best advice to stay healthy is to drink LOTS of water, carry around a cute mini bottle of hand sanitizer, ALWAYS make use of the sanitizing wipes at the grocery store before you put your hand on your cart (and then touch all your fresh produce with those germy hands), load up on lots of fresh fruits and veggies for extra immune support, and find ways to manage stress daily to take care of your body! Wishing everybody a healthy and happy fall and winter season!

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    • Taralynn McNitt

      Hi, Hannah!

      The biotin gummies are AWESOME!!! Especially for the winter hair and skin!

      Congrats on your new job but I’m sure you have to be extra cautious working in the health field!

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  • Brittney Caughron

    1. I would love to try either one of their probiotics! I had no clue they sold probiotics. I’m definitely going to check those out.

    2. I always keep Throat Coat and EmergenC on hand during the winter. They are the best products when you feel a cold coming on.

    P.S. I love that they carry tennis balls too. Very convenient! lol I hate walking around Wal-Mart to find one can of tennis balls at the BACK of the store. 🙂

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  • Carol

    Definitely love the blister care cushions, they are lifesavers

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  • Amy R

    Crazy as it may sound, I have never had an epsom salt bath! I will have to give that a try (win or not)
    I’m also curious about all of the vitamins! (I ❤️Gummies)

    To stay healthy in the colder months I spend lots of time cooking at home, roasting veggies for dinner and lunch.

    Thanks for your insight! I love your blog!

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  • Kelsey K

    I would love to try either the fermented turmeric capsules or the ACV capsules. I love taking both but I have never tried them in capsule form.

    My #1 health tip during winter is to continue to stay hydrated. I think when it gets cold, people forget to drink water but it’s still as important as it is during summer. 🙂

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  • Christie Cisneros

    Hi! I would love to try the CVS Health Manuka Honey Adhesive Strips! I am so curious to see how it works! Sounds very interesting! My favorite way to stay healthy in the colder months is to juice all kinds of veggies and fruits that I have in my fridge to get the essential vitamins I need to support my immune system! Thank you! 💕

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  • Kate

    1. I think those throat relief suckers look pretty excellent…especially since I have a 3 year old who seems to pick up every single cold that goes around each year. But the cranberry jellybeans?? That sounds delicious and healthy.

    2. We live in Michigan where the colder months can get pretty nasty but we do our absolute best to get outside for a walk everyday even if it’s just a short one. The fresh air is so helpful and we’re all in a better mood when we get a little bit of outside time everyday.

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    • Taralynn McNitt

      They are awesome!

      I know how cold the midwest can be! I lived in Detroit during the coldest winter (the whole snowpocalypse thing) so I feel ya!!!!

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  • Alexandra C

    I would LOVE to try the shower vapor tabs – I tried to make some on my own and it was an epic fail so I’m SO excited that they have some pre-made for me 🙂 As for keeping healthy during cold and flue season, I am a hand sanitzer maniac. I work with small kiddos and germs are everywhere – hand sanitizer is on my desk in an upcycled Health Aid Kombucha bottle that I use all throughout the day.

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  • Rachel Bond

    1. ACV capsules. I love ACV for my hair and skin, but I just can’t do the taste.
    2. SOUP! Not only is it warm and comforting in the cold months, but it’s an easy way to sneak in extra veggies.

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  • Liz

    1. I love a good vitamin supplement, so I’d love to try CVS’s line!
    2. In the colder months I like to try and soak up as much sunshine as I can. I tend to get a little down and dumpy when the days gets colder and shorter, but getting some sunshine in always makes me feel better.

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  • Mariah

    I would like to try the vitamins for hair, nails, and skin and I play indoor volleyball when i can in the winter and am going to start kickboxing class this winter!

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  • Erica Bosco

    Hi Taralynn,

    I would love to try the Health Hair, Skin, & Nails Biotin Gummies! I have tried other brands of the hair, skin & nails and I would like to compare and try out all of their products! You always rave about everything so it would be great to test things out. 🙂

    I try and stay healthy by taking advantage of classes at my gym instead of outdoor activities and not indulge in comfort foods when it is a cold, winter day and make healthy soups and still chug water all day at work.

    I also LOVE Vera Bradley so the bag is awesome! 😀

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  • Sarah

    1. I would love to try the Epsom salts! I’m marathon training right now and I’ve heard great things about them!

    2. Best advice is to get fresh air!

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  • Dee Pennabaker

    I would love to try the shower tabs. I found them at Cracker Barrel but wasn’t sure where to find more cost effective ones! But I would also love to try gummy vitamins for my vitamin C and D3. Gummy vitamins for adults just sound fun and actually tasty!

    Staying healthy during the winter for me is staying active even when I want to be cuddled and cozy! I take Zinc daily and it helps a lot!

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  • Heather

    Happy almost fall! Oh those shower bombs look amazing:))) Hydration and vitamin C are my definite go tos, however last winter we did elderberry syrup (homemade) and we didn’t get sick that is a new definite staple in our house. Cheers to health!

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    • Taralynn McNitt

      Happy almost fall to you too!!

      I have a bottle of the elderberry syrup with apple cider vinegar! It’s amazing! I’d love to hear more about this homemade version!

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      • Heather

        Oh that sounds lovely:) I LOVE this homemade recipe that was given to me by a neighbor:

        Elderberry Syrup
        Makes 4 cups

        Ingredients
        • 2/3 – 1 cup dried black elderberries, or you can substitute 1 & 1/3 cups fresh or frozen elderberries; I just like the dried kind so I can use it for other various things!
        • 3.5 cups water
        • 1 cup raw honey (local if possible)
        • 2 Tbsp fresh or dried ginger root
        • ½ tsp cloves or clove powder
        • 1 tsp cinnamon powder

        Instructions
        • Place 3.5 cups water into medium to large saucepan and add the elderberries, ginger, cloves, and cinnamon.
        • Bring the mixture to a boil then cover and reduce to a simmer for about 50-65 minutes. You are looking for the liquid to reduce by half!
        • Remove it from the head and let it cool until you can handle it.
        • Then mash the elderberries using a spoon or other flat utensil, but be gentle so they don’t jump out and stain stuff  Poor kitchen towels! Haha.
        • Then pour that through a strainer and place the liquid into a glass container that can hold around 16-20 ounces; I prefer Mason Jars. You can discard the elderberries.
        • Once the mixture has cooled down, add in the honey and mix it well.
        • Then you just keep it in your fridge and take 1 Tbsp daily, unless you get really sick then you can take 1 Tbsp every couple of hours until your illness goes away!

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  • Terry Pedraza

    1. I would love to try the biotin vitamins! I’ve been looking for these type of vitamins but have no idea where to begin!

    2. I always wash my hands and carry hand sanitizer with me for times that I can’t find a sink!

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  • Jordyn Pillow

    1. I would love to try the hair, skin and nails gummies! I could always use a little helper with keeping my hair healthy.
    2. My #1 tip for staying healthy is always washing your hands! It’s so simple but so effective.

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  • Monica

    1. I would love to try the Active Lifestyle Probiotic. I’ve been looking for a probiotic to try out!
    2. Loading up on Vitamin C! My mom had always sworn by it, and mom knows best!

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  • Kat

    I’m all about trying out those vapor tabs and since I live in the desert, moisturizing lotion is a must! My tip for staying healthy this winter is washing your hands and drinking enough water to stay hydrated. When I’m on top of this, I can usually get out of the flu season without any major hit. Btw, I’m a big CVS fan as well. It’s like my mini Target – always walking out with something 🙂

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  • Josiane Arseneau

    Hi Taralynn!
    I would love to try the hair, skin and nails Biotin gummies! I have very thin hair and I need to keep them as healthy as possible..
    And my #1 tip for staying healthy during the colder months is signing up for a workout class at my university (+ walking to my classes everyday).
    Btw I love your blog and Instagram, your posts always inspire me to try new things and stay healthy, so thank you and keep blogging😁

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    • Taralynn McNitt

      Hi, Josiane!

      I used to walk to my classes 2 miles there and 2 miles back every day in college! It’s a great way to stay healthy for sure!

      Thanks for the kind words!!

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  • Jessica M.

    1. I’d love to try the CVS probiotic, Epsom salts and shower tabs!!
    2. My go to’s for staying healthy through the winter; flu shot, hand washing, and daily vitamins!!

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  • Demi M.

    I would love to try the fermented turmeric! I LOVE ginger but this seems like an easier way then spending lots of money on ginger shots everyday!
    the best way to stay healthy in winter is to stay active!! sometimes it is hard when the weather is nasty but seasonal depression is a real thing and staying active helps fight that!

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  • Katie Meshko

    Ahhh I love this post so so much!!! All the pictures are so adorable & fun! It’s SO important to take care of yourself especially when Fall/Winter rolls around with all the sickness that spreads. These CVS Health products sound amazing.. I’d like to try them all. It’s so hard to pick just one, so Im going to pick two 😉 The cranberry jellybeans & the apple cider vinegar capsules (bc that is SO easy!!) My number 1 tip is deff self care, get enough sleep!! 🙂

    XO, Katie | http://www.meshkomoments.com

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    • Taralynn McNitt

      Hi, Katie!

      Thanks so much 😊 Those are both great choices.

      Self care is very important and that includes resting and sleep! xo

      Have a great week!

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  • Kate Steller

    I’d love to try the sore throat spray! And my number one tip is get enough sleep, get a flu shot, and take vitamin c!

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  • Lisa Arant

    I’d love to try the Shower Vapor Tabs, this is the first I’ve heard of them! (thank you!)
    My favorite way to stay healthy in colder months is to double my daily Vitamin C…it works for me!!

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  • Maria

    Hi Taralynn,

    Any of those gummy vitamins would be nice to try. Anything to make me feel like a kid again 🙂 .. My best advice to staying healthy in the colder months is drinking tea. It’s a must for me among some of the other suggestions people made such as washing hands and vitamin c!

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  • Amanda Dolber

    I’d love to try the tumeric capsules and my number one tip for staying healthy is purell and tea 🙂

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  • Rachel

    1. I’d love to try the shower tablet! Bathbombs are so cool but with no bathtub I don’t get to enjoy them 😭 so a shower tablet is on my list to try!
    2. Hydration hydration hydration!

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  • Allison

    I would love to try the shower vapor tabs! Sounds like the best way to make a shower even more relaxing and helpful!!
    My favorite way to stay healthy is to have plenty of rest! Not just in the form of sleep but also in the form of snuggling up, reading a book, and relaxing your mind! Mental health is just as important physical health!

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  • Susan

    I would love to try the Epsom salts and the shower tabs. I have severe sinus problems and have needed surgery for about two years now, so anything new to help open up my airways would be amazing to try! My number one tip for staying healthy during the fall/ winter months is actually taking Align (a probiotic) everyday. I’ve found that by replenishing that good bacteria into my body, it has significantly decreased the number of times I’ve gotten sick in the last year. Great post Taralynn!

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  • Emma Soebbing

    I would want to try the CVS Health Mood Support Probiotic the most! The colder months can change my mood, so it’d be cool to see if those helped!
    During the winter months I do my best to stay active and still stick to eating a lot of produce like I do in the summer. My husband and I cook and hike a lot so it helps!

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  • ELLEN

    1. I want to try different gummy vitamins such as the vitamin C, vitamin D3, and Turmeric Curcumin! I’ve been training for my 3rd marathon and found out that I have a stress fracture in my pelvic bone. I’m hurting mentally and physically and I’m looking for some help to heal me quickly!

    2. Listen to your body!!!

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  • Rachel

    1. I’d live to try the shower tablet! Bathbombs are so cool but with now bathtub I don’t get to enjoy them 😭 so a shower tablet is on my list to try!
    2. Hydration hydration hydration!

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  • Joye McInturff

    I would love to try those CVS shower tabs. I’ve tried others but it can get costly.
    When someone in my family is sick, we drink warm bone broth and take elderberry vitamins or syrup.
    I’m so excited for Fall! Thank you Taralyn for all you do. You have helped me so much!

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  • Nicole Lambert

    Hello All!!
    I’d like be to try CVS’s hair, skin, and nails – I currently take a multi vitamin but sometimes we neglect the proper vitamins for the outside of our body as well!
    I always make sure to get around eight hours of sleep each night, take Vitamin D (life saver!), and I steam my face and head about twice a week (amazing how it opens my sinuses!!)

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    • Taralynn McNitt

      Yes sleep is definitely a lifesaver!

      We used to always do steam buckets when we were sick!! Putting Vicks vapor rub at the bottom helps open up the sinuses!

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  • Stacie Byrd

    I’m a runner and I lift weights, so I love relaxing with lavender epsom salts. They are a staple for me. I love the cold weather, so in the winter I try to make sure that I am eating plenty of fruits and veggies, getting enough sleep, and consistent exercise.

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  • Sarah

    I’d love to try the multivitamin gummies! My #1 tip for health during the winter is not pushing myself too hard and resting enough, drinking lots of water. I feel like I always get sick when I push too hard and don’t rest enough. Love your blog girl, you are killing it!!!

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  • Anna wegner

    Cvs probiotics are everything! Water water water!

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  • Christine

    I’d love to try the mood support probiotic. In the winter, I try to stay hydrated and drink lots of tea.

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  • Jen

    1. Which CVS Health Product would you like to try?
    The shower vapor tabs! I had no idea they existed- I’ll definitely search for them the next time I’m in CVS.

    2. What is your #1 tip for staying healthy during the colder months?
    Hand washing is key…and don’t forget to wipe down your phone with antibacterial wipes as well! I also make it a point to continue staying active as the days get shorter and stick to a healthy routine.

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  • Allison J

    I really want to try the vitamins! I think everyday I have a student that comes in sick so I think it would really help me fight off the germs.
    I wipe down everything possible everyday! It’s a lot more work especially with all of the things preschoolers touch but I have to have a clean classroom!
    Thanks for this post, I’ll be stopping by CVS tomorrow!

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  • Valeria Peña

    I would love to try the shower tabs 🛀🏽 They sound amazing. Also, the lollipops for my children (and self 😉Lol) never seen those but look like an awesome product!

    I can’t live without my disinfecting wipes 🙃 My tip is to always disinfect shopping carts … we always do and one time we just completely forgot and the next day (all 5 of us) we all woke up super super sick. 😷 Now, I never forget lol especially in the colder days…

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  • Jensen Constantino

    Most excited for the throat relief pops. I get the worst sore throats in the winter! My tip for saying healthy is lots of Vitamin C and staying hydrated!

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  • Christy Frisch

    I would love to try the lavender Epsom salts bc I love lavender and I’m always looking for ways to get more magnesium into my body.

    My number 1 tip for staying healthy is good and frequent handwashing!

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  • Monika

    Hi Taralynn!!!
    All of these items sound great. I’m really interested in that Manuka Honey Adhesive Strips. My go-to remedy for recovery is local honey. So I can get back to being a busy bee… Thanks for sharing, never heard of the Manuka honey adhesive strips.

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  • Liz

    Those shower vapor tabs sound really interesting and I’d most like to try that! I also recently found the manduka bandages and they’re awesome!

    Best healthy tips are to wash your hands a lot and keep up with workouts! So many people get sick as the weather changes and I’ve found that as long as I’m really conscious about washing my hands (almost obsessively), and working out consistently, I can completely avoid getting sick myself.

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  • Mollie

    Hi Taralynn!
    I would love to try the probiotic because who doesn’t want good gut health 🤷🏼‍♀️ + the hair, skin, nails! My nails are constantly breaking and peeling! I am a nurse so I am exposed to a lot of illnesses…during the winter months it is crucial to wash your hands frequently <— #1 tip, cough into an area of your arm that doesn’t spray everywhere 🤮 and start taking a multivitamin!!!

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  • Erin

    The Biotin gummies! My hair grows sooo slow : (

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  • Ashley hoover

    I can’t wait to try the vapor shower tablet and Epsom salts. I get dried out in fall/winter I use Lucas’ Papaw ointment on my lips and even put it up my nostrils sortof with a q-tip to avoid germs when traveling! Got the tip from a Nicole Richie interview and it’s a good one

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  • Danielle

    I would love to try CVS’ Health Hair, Skin, & Nails Biotin Gummies. My hair has always been super thin and taking biotin in the past has helped make it look healthier and fuller.
    In the winter months I try to stay healthy by fueling my body with nutrient dense foods, and try to walk at least 30 minutes a day. If I ever feel a tickle in my throat I take airborne and drink lots of hot water with lemon and honey.
    Looking forward to fall this and every year! I live in MI and love the changing of the leaves. Fall weather is the best!

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  • Maggie A.

    I’d love to try the apple cider vinegar capsules and during winter I drink plenty of water and ALWAYS use hand sanitizer!

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  • Sam

    1. Gummies
    2. Exercise, rest, and soup 🙂

    Cute post!

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  • Connie R.

    I’d like to try the fermented turmeric because I have been hearing a lot about turmeric and how great it is. Also, my favorite way to stay healthy when I start feeling sick is taking Ester-C tablets or gummies, which helps with immune support. My doctor had suggested that I take those because they are really good. I also lately have been taking Elderberry syrup, which is another one great for immune support and I find that they both really help if I start to feel sick, or even when I am sick. Thanks for the opportunity to win. 😀

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  • tanya

    Never knew these existed, but would love to try the lavender-scented shower tablets, hands down! Also, my tip for not getting sick (at least for a while) – wipe down everything at your desk with Clorox wipes. Always helps me this time of year as I don’t catch the office cold for a while and when I do, it doesn’t last long.

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  • Victoria

    My #1 tip on staying healthy this season is vitamin up. A daily multivitamin but most important Vitamin C for the win all the way.

    I’d love to try the CVS Health Lavender-Scented Shower Tablets. Those sound amazing!

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  • Courtney Haas

    I would love to try the shower tablets, especially if I get a cold. What I’ve done in the past, which doesn’t work very well lol, is a damp rag with essential oils on it! I’m sure the tablets will work a whole lot better!

    To stay healthy during cold and flu season, I avoid drinking from or filling up my water bottles from water fountains! Ever since I stopped that, I rarely get sick!

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  • Lindsay

    I’d like to try the ACV capsules!! I love ACV, but have never tried in capsule form! My biggest tip for staying healthy in the fall/winter is rest, fluids, and a flu shot!! This year will be a challenge with my one year old attending daycare. He brings home everything!! 🤦🏻‍♀️

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  • Chelsea

    1. I would love to try the shower vapor tablets, a lavender shower sounds heavenly!
    2. I stay healthy in the winter by keeping up with my fitness routine – New England winters are brutal and it’s easy just to curl up by the fire with a book, but I feel so much better if I get a workout in first!

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  • Deb

    Love to try: Radiance Platinum Fermented Turmeric Capsules
    #1 tip: Don’t skimp on sleep and wash your hands!!

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  • Carrie

    I’d love to try the shower tabs! My tip is to wash hands before eating, after being out in public, after changing diapers and wiping noses. Lots of hand washing!

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  • Anonymous

    1. I would love to try the shower vapor tablets, a lavender shower sounds heavenly!

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  • Becky

    I would like to try the CVS Lavender Epsom Salts. I had no idea I could buy epsom salts at CVS! When I’m sick a warm bath helps me feel better, and the lavender epsom salts would take my bath to the next level!

    My favorite simple trick to staying healthy in the colder months is to use a paper towel to open doors after washing my hands when I’m at work or in public. Most people don’t realize that door knobs/handles are full of germs! After I wash my hands, instead of throwing the paper towel away before leaving the restroom, I use it to open the door and then throw it away outside of the restroom.

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  • Julie

    I love CVS! (1) I want to try the CVS shower vapor tabs. I’m so glad you mentioned them because I also had no idea they existed, but they sound amazing! (2) My #1 tip for staying healthy is hand sanitizer. I can’t say enough about how important it is to use! AND – Even though this is not health related, I wanted to mention another great deal. I purchase my hair color at CVS, and they have a program where after you buy 12 boxes, you get a free one. Who doesn’t love free products?!

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  • Lesley

    We don’t have a CVS here in Anchorage (I check one out whenever I travel though), but those shower vapor tabs look amazing for a nice relaxing weekend shower. 🙂
    During fall I make it my mission to be as hydrated as possible, I find that helps me stay healthy and helps ward off any potential illness.

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  • Megan

    I’d love to try their Apple Cider Vinegar! I’ve been wanting to get in the habit of taking it every day but have yet to get started. I’m also a teacher with a two year old at home, so all of the antibacterial and health boosting products are right up my alley! My favorite tip to stay healthy in the fall and winter months is to keep drinking water – SO hard when all you want is coffee, hot apple cider and hot chocolate, but drinking hot green tea is an easy way for me to get both my water in and some health benefits!

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  • Sarah

    Love your blog, been reading for years!

    In the coming months, my joints seem to bother me more and more. I usually use Epsom salt as part of my recovery, but the Tumeric Curcumin sounds intriguing! I will be interested in trying that this year to aid in joint pain.

    I ramp up my vitamin c intake and sanitize everything. Extra hand washing and anti-bacterial wipes!

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  • Kaylin

    I think what I most need to try is the Lavender Epsom Salts. I’ve started to try to incorporate more “make time for me” moments into my weeks. In particular, I need time to just calm down and relax after particularly stressful days.

    My number one tip for staying healthy during the winter is getting lots of sleep! Sleep is so important to our health.

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  • Tracey Giannola

    Which CVS Health Product would you like to try?
    – the gummies! i love gummies in general and would love these to have health benefits too!
    What is your #1 tip for staying healthy during the colder months?
    – I live in Michigan and during the winter getting a good sweat in is the best way to get rid of the horrible cold feeling! I also love have a friend to come along to a class or the gym with me

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  • Emma

    I’m super curious about those shower tabs. A lavender scented shower sounds so relaxing before bed. I also need to pick up those blister spots because walking my new puppy has been giving me lots of blisters.

    I always try to keep my windows open in the fall and winter to get as much fresh air as possible. Especially when I was in college or living in an apartment with roommates, this was so helpful to keep from getting sick. Also taking vitamin C and zinc!

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  • Allison

    I’d be interested in trying the vapor tabs! I’ve actually seen DIY recipes on Pinterest using baking soda and essential oils and I’ve been wanting to try it. I think Eucalyptus or mint would be really nice!

    My mother-in-law swears by olive leaf to help fight colds and gave us a bunch of bottles. I’ve been trying it the last couple of years (take a couple of capsules a day when fighting something off) and it seems to help! I also love tea in the winter and always enough sleep!

    I hope you’re staying safe and that the hurricane isn’t affecting you too badly – so scary!

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    • Taralynn McNitt

      I’ve never heard of that! I’ll have to look into olive leaf!

      & thank you! We are in the path of the storm and it’ll be here by this weekend, but hoping we don’t lose power! Praying for those on the coast!

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  • Viki

    The item I’d like to try is biotin! I recently decided to embrace my naturally curly hair after years of straightening and frying it. Heard biotin can make it long and healthy!
    And my big colder weather tip: Spend a little time outside! Even though its colder, the sun and all it’s vitamin D help your body absorb good things like calcium!

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  • Renee Diaz

    Which CVS Health Product would you like to try?

    OMG the shower vapor tabs sounds heavenly! I’ve always been bummed with bath bombs because I don’t have a bathtub – only a stand-up shower. Now, I don’t have to FOMO anymore! I’m realllllly interested in trying these tabs! I’m especially obsessed with the smell of lavender so it’s totally up my alley.

    What is your #1 tip for staying healthy during the colder months?

    Workouts don’t have to be done outside or at the gym. You have a gym at home! Get your workout in, move your body somehow. Sometimes – cleaning the house is a good enough workout! Living in Seattle – working out indoors is sort of a necessity since it tends to be cold and sprinkling in the winter. I’ll still take my pups for early morning walks, but I get the bulk of my workout in at home (YouTube is a great workout resource) or at my gym.

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  • Annabelle

    I would love to try the hair skin and nails product! My skin is always dry so I need something to help rather than always putting on lotion.

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  • Piper Killow

    I really am interested to try those Lavendar-scented shower tablets! I work as a nurse on nights and that sounds like the ultimate way to relax during my post-work shower and I have never used a shower tablet before I might have to go look for some today! My number one tip for staying healthy is WASH YOUR HANDS! Often! Not like just when you go to the bathroom, whenever you are about to touch something you will be eating or about to touch your face. That worked so well for me last year!

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  • Alyssa D. Mrozek

    I would love to try the Biotin gummies! They look tasty, and what is better than tasty and healthy?

    My best tip for staying healthy in the Winter (though I’m still working on this) is taking in all the sunlight you can! Taking a walk at lunch, or anything to soak in all the rays makes a huge difference:)

    Great Post! Love the bag!

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  • Bennie

    There are almost too many products to comment on here. I’d like to try the capsasin curcumin supplements and the shower tabs sound like a great waker-upper. I enjoy weekly soaks in an epsom bath (not so much during the hot summer months) so the bath salts would be a welcome plus.

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  • Beth sperry

    I would love to try the CVS blister cushions. I just started playing tennis and my feet are feeling it!
    For the winter, I firmly believe in sleep and exercise. Keeps me healthy and going strong!

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  • Cassie

    I’d love to try the shower tabs. I had no idea those were a thing and just got finished telling my boyfriend I feel a sickness coming on haha. Perfect timing.
    My plan is to continue to stay as healthy as I can and keep all my good habit routines up. In the colder months it’s easy for me to let things go like drinking water, gym life, etc. I love being warm and a hermit haha. I plan to continue my gym schedule 6 days a week and keep up with my vitamins, water, stretching, etc.
    I am sooo excited for fall colors, pumpkin and apple picking, crafts, the whole 9!

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  • Jennie

    I always hear about how great epsom salt baths are, I’d love to try lavender salts!! My best tip is to wash my hands as often as possible and clean surfaces like doorknobs, counters, etc. constantly, but with a toddler running around, sickness is hard to avoid!

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  • Rachael Caddell

    I would love to try the Apple Cider Vinegar Capsules! I know that Apple Cider Vinegar is super healthy for you but I HATE the taste. Taking it in a capsule would be much easier in my opinion! 🙂 My #1 tip for cold season is to not touch my face!! I know that’s the hardest thing for me to do but it’s also my #1 tip since that easily spreads germs to my ears, nose, and mouth!

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  • Hayden S

    Hey there!

    I have followed you since the beginning, but never actually commented! LOVE you and the blog so much!!

    I would love to try any of the supplements or vitamins! I never budget for all these, but seems like I need to!

    My tip for staying healthy during colder months is to stay active and continue to eat healthy even when all you want is unhealthy holiday food!

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  • Meghan

    I would love to try the shower vapor tabs and the vitamin gummies! I take my hair, skin & nails gummy vitamins after dinner to curb my sweet tooth & I’m always looking for a better brand with no preservatives or artificial things.

    My number 1 tip is SANITIZE! I sanitize my hands like crazy and wipe down door knobs, faucet handles, etc at least weekly in the winter. I also run an air purifier and use purifying essential oils in my diffuser.

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  • Sierra M.

    1. Hair, skin and nails gummies!
    2.Tea! All fall! Helps keep warm and woart off colds!

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  • Hayley

    1.) I’d love to try the hair, skin, nails gummies. I love anything that helps my hair and skin look and be healthy.
    2.) I drink 2 packets of emergen-c weekly. Usually every Monday and Friday. I haven’t gotten sick in years, because a dance teacher told us to do it for competition seasons, and I’ve done it ever since. I also make sure I’m getting enough sleep and rest, because if I don’t..I don’t feel healthy at all.

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  • Emily

    I would love to try the shower tablets! that is such a great idea; I can’t believe I haven’t noticed them before!

    I’m a music therapist, so fall cold and allergies can be rough! I found for me the key is rest, hydration, and emergen-c as needed ☺

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  • Steph F.

    The vitamin supplements or cold cups, anything to help create a barrier for the nasty bugs going around. I do at home workouts, so no excuse for me when it’s cold. Nothing like a sweaty workout to warm me up! lol

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  • Kayla Johnson

    Thanks for the giveaway! What awesome items!
    I would love to try the active lifestyle probiotic! I am always looking for a good one, and love to make sure my gut health is in check!
    My health tip is to get plenty of sleep (I have a 9 month old so sometimes this one is a struggle for me). Also I’ve been focusing on eating a wholesome diet 90% of the time! Those two things seem to help me the most! 🙂

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  • Katie

    I am super curious about the turmeric gummies. I try to use a lot of turmeric when I am cooking due to the anti-inflammatory properties, but sometimes it’s hard!

    My tops tips for staying healthy in the cooler months are washing your hands, getting plenty of rest, and staying active. I am working on staying active when it is cold out–I would much rather just stay under a blanket and read 🙂

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  • Christianne Neely

    I didn’t know the shower tabs were a thing! I would love to try those and the turmeric gummies!

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  • Haley

    I would love to try the blister cushions, they look awesome! To stay healthy in colder months I enjoy seasonal fruits and vegetables such as winter squash, kale, pomegranates & oranges!

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  • LJ

    Apple Cider Vinegar Capsules–for when I run out the liquid!
    Vitamin C–every day and haven’t been sick in over 10 years!

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  • Callie

    Those scented shower tablets look amazing! I’ve never even heard of those before, but I would love to try it! I’ve tried so many things to stop a cold before it comes, and the #1 tip I recommend is drink lots of water!! I have a big half gallon jug that I drink my water out of, and it’s amazing.

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  • Cora Fox

    I’d like to try the ACV capsules! I currently drink a shot of it every day, but it’s hard on my stomach (I drink a glass of water immediately after). This seems like a much easier approach!

    During colder months I really try to drink more water! I think it makes a big difference in overall health, and since it’s not hot out, a lot of people forget to hydrate.

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  • Sj Dc

    would love to try the The Hair, Skin, & Nails Biotin..cause vanity mainly!!!

    but 1 health tip swear and live by is beginning my day with a mug of super hot water with lime/lemon..been doing it for years and it has made my health literally problem free particularly improving my gut and immunity

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  • Whitney

    Hi Taralynn!

    I definitely want to try the hair, skin, and nails vitamin. I am a diabetic, so my nails and skin are thin and dry all the time, so any extra boost would help! I am also a nurse, so this fall it is important to stay healthy by washing your hands and keeping up with the vitamin C! Proper hand washing helps to reduce germs and illnesses significantly, and vitamin C is a great boost to your immune system. I cannot wait for scented candles and bonfires!

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  • Lauren

    1. I’d love to try their Hair, Skin, and Nails vitamins!
    2. Wash your hands whenever you can! Germs are everywhere

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  • Jean

    1. I’d love to try the Hair Skin and Nails gummies. I’ve tried so many and I need one that really works.

    2. Healthy tip. No matter where you’ve been. Every time you come home, take off your shoes at the door and wash your hands before touching anything. This habit has saved me so much by simply not touching anything in my house before I wash my hands from being out and about.

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  • Cassie

    I would love to try the Turmeric Curcumin gummies! I have auto-immune issues and have heard great things about Turmeric. My #1 tip would probably be a combination of: wash your hands with soap/water often, get plenty of rest and take vitamin C!

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  • Katie

    I’d love to try the shower vapor mists!! I live in Florida, so we don’t have cold weather too long, but when we do, I like to make sure I moisturize my skin.

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  • Manasi

    I would love to try the lavender in shower tablets! They seem like an easy way to add a little luxury to your morning routine!

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  • Kacey

    Oh my goodness, so many products I’d like to try! The Epsom salts and shower tablets are certainly standing out for me right now though. They sound both relaxing and healing. And every time flu season hits, I keep up with vitamin c, drink lots of tea and water, wipe down everything with antibacterial, and also have a little essential oil blend I rub on the bottom of my feet daily. Not about that sick life!

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  • Tabitha

    I would love to try the hair, skin, and nails vitamins!! And I try to stay healthy by making sure i wash my hands like a million times a day!

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  • EM

    I really want to try the Lavender Shower tablets. They sound amazing.

    As for healthy winter tips? Vitamin C every day! I tend to drink an Emergen-C with lunch everyday just to make sure I get it in.

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  • Emily Weed

    I just love CVS they just have such a good variety of things. My two favorites that you mentioned above were the CVS Health Hair, Skin, Nails Biotin Gummies they work wonders on my hair along with the CVS Health Lavender Epsom Salts they are always nice in a bath after a long workout! 🙂

    What I would love to try from CVS is the Vapor Tablets because I always tend to get a killer sinus infection at least once during the fall months, and I think it would really help when I’m congested.

    My favorite ways to stay healthy are: Constantly washing my hands, taking my vitamins everyday and drinking warm tea or coffee to prevent sore throats and staying hydrated with lots of water.

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  • Michaela

    1- I want to try the muscle spray! It seems like I ALWAYS have sore muscles even when I haven’t worked out any more rigorous than normal. Am I the only one??
    2- I drink emergen-C packets everyday when I start to notice people around me become sick! Come finals week of college and I am healthy and have tons of energy, unlike most !

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  • Emily Louise Ashton

    I would love to try CVS’s tumeric curcumin gummies! Tumeric is so good for you and I only get it from my diet when I drink tumeric tea or make indian food!

    My #1 tip for staying healthy is sleep and vitamins! And washing your hands! So I guess that’s more like 3 tips 🙂

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  • Catherine Oliver

    1. I’d like to try gummy prenatal vitamins from CVS.

    2. I love living room workouts from YouTube.

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  • Maurine

    1. I would love to try Tumeric Curcumin!
    2. My mom buys every year royal jelly, a natural way to prevent any cold coming at you! I’m persuaded it’s very useful, bees are always here for you 😉

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  • Christina

    This is such an awesome giveaway! I love it😄😄

    1) I would love to try the lavender shower tablets! Showers are already so relaxing having lavender scented tablets will take it to the next level after a long day at work.

    2) my favorite things to do in the colder seasons are drink a lot of hot teas, lemon/honey water, warm soups and make sure I am having a lot of vitamin C.

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  • Kacey

    Oh my goodness, so many products I’d like to try! The Epsom salts and shower tablets are certainly standing out for me right now though. They sound both relaxing and healing. And every time flu season hits, I keep up with vitamin c, drink lots of tea and water, wipe down everything with antibacterial, and also have a little essential oil blend I rub on the bottom of my feet daily. Not about that sick life!

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  • Sydney B.

    I’d love to try the lotion. I have sensitive skin, and have been on the hunt for a really good lotion to keep my skin from drying out in the winter. I also love how you mentioned the scent is neutral. My tip for staying well during flu season is 1. I clean my ears out with hydrogen peroxide twice a week. Kills bacteria that can get into your nasal passage. 2. Every morning I try and drink 8oz of warm water, mixed with a table spoon of apple cider vinegar, lemon juice, and a local honey. I swear by this, kills all the bad stuff.

    Love your blog!

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    • Taralynn McNitt

      Hi, Sydney!

      Thanks for the kind words about my blog! 😊

      I love the neutral lotions so much and this one is a great dermatologist-approved one!

      Great tips!!!

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  • Ellen Smith

    1. I almost always get one sore throat during the winter, so this year (if it happens) I would really like to try the CVS sore throat spray you mentioned! Hoping it will help and works!!!
    2. To stay healthy during the winter months i still try to drink enough water! I know it’s easier in the summer when it’s hot, but it’s also so important in the winter!

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  • Aubrey M

    I would like to try the CVS Health Shower Reliever Effervescent Vapor Tablets. I’ve heard using bath bombs with eukalyptus to help when you have a cold. But I don’t have a bathtub, only showers. I wonder if these shower tablets work? Have you ever tried them?

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  • Valerie Craig

    I’d love to try the Hair, Skin & Nails gummies. My tip for staying healthy during the winter months is broth! Soups and homemade bone broth in the crock pot. It’s a way i can sneak in a ton of nutrients and vitamins to my family to help us all stay healthy during the winter.

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  • Zoe

    I’ve never heard of shower vapor tabs and they sound divine! So while, I’d be interested in most of what you mentioned, those are my winner!

    Staying healthy in the winter….hmm, I think it’s important to dress for the weather! Im always looking for high quality winter clothes that keep you warm, but not uncomfortable.

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  • Samantha

    This is such an amazing giveaway! I really want to try the apple cider vinegar capsules. I know that acv is so good for you, but I hate the taste! This is the perfect solution. As for my trick for staying healthy—hydration. I up my water intake a bit during the fall and winter and always start my day with alkalizing lemon water. I also drink tea instead of coffee and that seems to help as well. I’m looking forward to trying some of these products to help avoid the cold/flu season as well!

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  • Lindesay

    I would like to try the CVS brand vitamin gummies! I like gummy vitamins more than capsules or tablets, and I’ve tried several brands. Some are favorites, some I will forever pass on. I’ve never tried CVS gummies. Vitamins are a simple way to boost your immune system during the winter months.

    I have many tips for staying healthy during the winter months, especially as a nurse and even more so now that I’m pregnant. My biggest suggestion, after the well known hand washing, is a balanced diet and adequate hydration! Eating healthy foods and making sure to drink enough fluids (& boosted by taking vitamins of course!) helps keep your body working properly so you can fight off little buggies, and if you do get sick, you can get better faster!

    Hoping you have a sick-free winter!

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  • Alanna Lovejoy

    I would love to try the shower tablets seeing how I am already starting to get sick!!

    My tip to stay healthy in the fall is to keep moving and drink plenty of H2O. Just because it’s getting colder out their doesn’t mean you body won’t feel refreshed from a good sweat or maybe just a walk in those cute scarves and hats.

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  • Nika

    1. I’d love to try the hair skin and nails. I’ve heard amazing things, and I have been meaning to try!
    2. Taking vitamin c EVERY day!! Saving grace.

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  • Ann

    I am stopping to check out the CVS Health Lavender Epsom Salts today!!! I love Epsom and had no idea that they had a store brand that was already lavender infused!!! That is actually my tip for staying healthy and happy in the winter also!! Long soaks in Epsom salts! It makes your soul and body happy!!
    Thanks for the opportunity to win this great bag!

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  • Madison

    I’m really excited to try the shower vapor tab! ☺️

    I use Emergen-C like CRAZY, especially during cold/flu season! It kept me (relatively) healthy all through law school, & I have a whole pack in my office right now!

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  • Heather Nowland

    I would like to try the moisturizing lotion. Most lotions give me an allergic reaction or don’t work properly. Always in the hunt! Haha. My tip for flu season is elderberry syrup. I worked in a tight office and it was a lifesaver!

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  • Amy

    Hi! I always enjoy and look forward to reading your posts each week. I would love to try CVS’s tumeric curcumin gummies, and I’m adding these to my list. I deal with a lot of inflammation from autoimmune disease. My number one tip for staying healthy during the cold months is to make sure you’re getting enough sleep – that always helps me fend off the yuck. Thanks, and have a great day!

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    • Taralynn McNitt

      Thanks so much, Amy!

      You’re so right about sleep! I feel so off or down when I have little sleep. And with inflammation and autoimmune disease, I’m sure you know all about the benefits of turmeric!

      💜

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  • Karelyn

    Like to try: CVS Health Lavender Epsom Salts (or Epsom Salt Tablets)
    #1 tip for staying healthy during colder months: Washing hands frequently and getting a flu shot!

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  • Annalisa

    I love the hair, skin, and nail gummies from CVS already but can’t wait to try the shower vapor tabs…what a smart idea! When the weather gets colder I take a vitamin c supplement every day, try to stay as hydrated as possible, and slather on all my lotion, lip balm, etc. Thanks for sharing all these fun goodies!

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  • Megan Greenwood

    Hi Taralynn!
    I would love to try the Radiance Platinum Fermented Turmeric Capsules! I have heard wonderful things about tumeric, and I didn’t know you could get it in a capsule form!

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  • Caitlyn K

    I really want to try all the vitamins and supplements. I am in grad school, and my budget is so tight, I cant purchase them for myself, so winning them would be awesome. I stay healthy by getting active at least once a day to boost my immunity and washing my hands with warm soap and water!

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  • Kayleigh Rose

    I would like to try their hair, skin and nails vitamins. I have tried a different brand before that made me breakout so hopefully theirs won’t! My number one tip for staying healthy during the flu season is to wash your hands twice! It only takes an additional 20 seconds but makes such a difference. Also, stay hydrated! Nothing is worse than getting the flu when you are already dehydrated. It’s like playing catch up on your health.

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  • Laura

    I like to try CVS Health Hair, Skin, & Nails Biotin Gummies and always use honey with lemon for sore throat.

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  • Madison

    Yay for fall! It’s arrived a little early here in Wyoming which means I’ve alraady busted out all the candles and flannel! (I just hope winter doesn’t do the same thing!😂)

    Those shower vapor tablets sound ah-mazing!! I’m definitely going to have to try those! Our little house doesn’t have a bathtub (lots of sink baths for the baby😂) and I’ve been missing my Epsom salt baths! Have you ever tried the stress relief bath salts from Bath and Body Works? They’re my favorite from their aromatherapy line!

    A couple things I like to do to stay healthy is I’m always diffusing OnGuard from doterra and I make a honey/lemon/cinnamon tea with some apple cider vinegar to kill all the nasties I might have picked up!

    Thanks for the fun giveaway!

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  • Jen

    I would love to try the ACV capsules!! Because I never have and sometimes making my self drink it is rough! Also important for me to stay healthy because feeling sick is never ever fun and I don’t want to get anyone else sick.

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  • Alex Windings

    I would love to try their vitamins and those shower vapor tabs! That sounds sooo relaxing if I’m congested or not feeling great. My #1 tip is getting enough sleep and trying to eat as healthy as possible!! Relax and take care of yourself 🙂

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  • Haley

    I would LOVE to try the gummy vitamins! I have been making my way through a bottle of the “horse pill size” variety of multivitamins, but need a change! My go to tips for staying healthy through winter is lots of water, fruits and veggies (fill up on what’s in season!) and frequent hand washing!

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  • Ana Enriquez

    This giveaway is awesome! My favourite CVS health product is definetly CVS Vitamins for Hair Skin and Nails I really need it, is kind of something essential for my life. And #1 tip for staying healthy during cold months is VITAMIN C from CVS this is the key for being healthy and of course follow Taralynn and her recipes for have a healthy life and make some excersise. Thank you!!

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  • Brittney Becton

    I’m so curious about the Tumeric gummies. I’ve always heard a lot about taking turmeric as a supplement but have never tried it. I always carry hand sanitizer with me in the fall/winter months to ward off the germs when people in my office start getting colds.

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  • Tessa

    I would love to try the CVS lavenders shower tablets!

    #1 tip to staying healthy is never skip a meal!

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  • Sara P

    I want to try the shower vapor tabs! I had no clue they exist and they sound like something I need to be a part of! My #1 tip is to wash your hands (or use CVS hand sanitizer 😉)! It sounds so simply but can really make a tremendous difference in your health.

    (Long time follower here and I’ve acrually never commented. Just wanted to let you know I love your blog!)

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  • Anonymous

    Love your giveaways!

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  • Julianna

    Would love to try those lavender shower tablets! And I stay healthy in the winter by cooking new healthy recipes that are hot (like soups and chili) and going to hot yoga when I don’t feel like working out in the cold!

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  • Anonymous

    Ooo I’d love to try the Vapor tabs! They sound interesting!! My #1 tip for staying well is staying active! Losing daylight and and chillier temps (north east girl here) deter people from getting outside — bundle up and get out there!

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  • Ryan

    Hi Taralynn! I love your blog, you always have some great recipes and workout tips! I would love to try the CVS Health Fast Relief Sore Throat Spray. As a teacher around middle school kiddos all day, whenever one of them gets sick it never fails to attack the whole class including myself. I take Vitamin C every day to try and stay my best so I can be at school for my kiddos 🙂

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    • Taralynn McNitt

      Thanks so much! I’m sure you’re always trying to stay on top of your health as a teacher! I’m sure vitamin C and hand sanitizer is your best friend!

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  • Wendy Bilbrey

    The blister cushions are on my radar. I run a lot and lately suffering in that area. Any way to protect and preserve is my motto!!

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  • Catherine hakel

    What a fun giveaway! I would love to try the CVS Health Hair, Skin, & Nails Biotin Gummies (because hello healthy hair and nails!). My biggest tip for staying healthy during the colder months is finding activities that you love to do and keep doing them! Whether you like to ski, shovel your sidewalk, or working out at your local gym, staying active seems to keep my colds at bay!

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  • Sara V.

    I would like to try the CVS mood support probiotic. I stay healthy during the colder months by getting enough sleep at night.

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  • Sara Tuttle

    I would defiantely want to try the vapor tabs for the shower! The very worst part of a cold is a stuffy nose!
    I always make sure to drink plenty of water to stay healthy. A dehydrated body is no good for fighting off any sort of infection.

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  • Jacqui German

    ABSOLUTELY the shower vapor tabs! I’m stuffy year round (allergic to everything in the world) and I’m always looking for a way to loosen up before going to sleep. I think those would definitely help! But alllll the gummies look delicious too 🙂

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  • Kendra Johnson

    1)Vitamin C! 🍊
    2) Epsom salt baths: stay warm and heal the sore muscles 💪🏼 💧☃️

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  • Elizabeth S

    1. I would like to try the Biotin hair, skin and nail gummies! My hair has been breaking more and more as I’ve gotten older, and I can’t find a supplement that helps. I wonder if these could help.

    2. Drink all the warm beverages! Black coffee and hot tea with lemon will keep you hydrated. In the winter, you don’t sweat as much so it’s hard to tell when you’re dehydrated.

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  • Jill

    1. The Hair, Skin, & Nails Biotin Gummies – I’d really like to improve my nails. I’ve always been a nail biter & I’m finally making a conscious effort to stop.
    2. Wash your hands! Drink plenty of water even though all you want is cozy hot drinks 🙂

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  • Sara Wagner

    Love all of these products, but I’m most interested in trying out the CVS vitamins- especially the turmeric one! My #1 tip for staying healthy during the winter is keeping EmergenC on hand at all times to use if I ever feel a sickness coming on.

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  • Hannah Hillesheim

    CVS Health Manuka Honey Adhesive Strips! I’ve never heard of these before. I might have to go get some. 🙂

    Homemade chicken noodle or turkey noodle soup! Love something warm on a cold day.

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  • Melissa

    I would love to try the Manuka honey adhesive strips! My #1 tip for staying healthy during cold months is to keep up on all my vitamins. As long as I keep up on those i rarely get sick! And stay active!

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  • Anonymous

    1. Biotin gummies
    2. Getting 8 hours of sleep a night!

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  • Jordan

    I’m dying to try the blister care cushions for breaking in all of my new fall and winter boots!! My favorite way to stay healthy in colder months is staying hydrated with my favorite hot drinks and taking plenty of vitamins!

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  • Stephanie

    I would love to try the lavender scented shower tablets! I love lavender. I also make sure to practice hot yoga all year, but especially during the colder months!

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  • Kristen

    Hi Taralynn,

    I would like to try the Apple cider vinegar capsules. I’ve always heard about people drinking apple cidar vinegar but this seems like a better way to do it.

    My number 1 tip to stay heathly during the cooler months is to get plenty of rest. Sleep is so important to your overall health so I always make that a priority.

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  • Taylor Brown

    I’d love to try the CVS Health Hair, Skin and Nail vitamins! I’m working on growing my hair longer and it will need that vitamin boost in the winter! Speaking of vitamins: my number one tip for staying healthy during the colder months is vitamin c. When I feel a cold coming on I take vitamin c for a few days and bam 💥 crisis averted!

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  • Kelsi

    I would love to try those vitamin gummies! Sometimes with vitamins, capsules and pills actually make me super nauseous so it’s hard for me to stick with the routine of taking them.

    My #1 tip for staying healthy in the colder months is remembering that I also have a dog that I need to keep healthy! I can’t let him sit around all winter, so I remind myself to take him on walks and runs, too.

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  • Jenna Pagnotta

    I would love to try the apple cider vinegar capsules – I’ve tried taking straight shots of it before, or mixing it into kombucha, and it is just so strong tasting! Would love to be able to get the same benefits in a capsule 🙂

    My best tip for staying healthy during the colder months is definitely making sure I still eat plenty of fruits/veggies and staying active, even if that means working out in a germy gym. I find that taking care of myself physically keeps my immune system strong and ready to handle any bugs that might come my way!

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  • Rachele Merola

    I’ve been looking for a good multivitamin with the change of the seasons regarding my energy levels. So I would definitely would want to try CVS multivitamin. My number one tip to staying healthy is always washing my hands.

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  • Rebecca Forney

    Hi! What an amazing post and goodie-filled bag! I have to go to CVS now to stock up on all of these vitamins! 1) I would love to try the gummy vitamins (especially the turmeric one!) and the lavender-scented shower tablets! I’ve never heard of those but they sound amazing! 2) My #1 tip for staying healthy in the colder months is just to eat a lot of fruits and vegetables, try to get a lot of vitamin-c, and keep up with working out, running and yoga, as I think it helps to boost your immune system. Of course hand sanitizer is a must as well!

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  • Olivia

    I think the shower vapor tabs seem really intriguing! I recently had a nasty head cold and that would have been great to try out.
    As for staying healthy, I’m a college student so I’m surrounded by germ covered surfaces all the time so I carry around wipes and hand sanitizer, and I take vitamins to try and keep my immense system from imploding when stress hits.

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  • Nicole

    Wellness is so important during these coming months! I currently feel a cold coming on (and I’m pregnant, so that’s even worse!) and I’m just sucking away on Vitamin C drops hoping to curb it. The Lavender Shower Tablets look super interesting, I’d love to give those a try! It might seem simple, but my #1 tip for staying healthy in the colder months is hand washing. So simple, yet so many people don’t do it as often as they should.

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  • Haley Evans

    I am wanting to try the hair skin and nails! I have been close to buying the “sugar bear hair” vitmiams and I’m worried it’s a scam for the price they charge. If I can get something for cheaper, that works, at my local CVS I am all about it.

    Stay healthy this cold season and WASH YO HANDS!!

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  • Katy

    I’d love to try the shower tabs. I didn’t know that they came in different scents!

    I’m a kindergarten teacher so my number one tip for staying healthy is wash, wash, wash your hands and then wash some more:)

    Love reading your blog. It always keeps me motivated

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  • Sherrie M.

    I’d love to try anything that helps with allergies!
    And my #1 tip for staying healthy is was your hands!!!!

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  • Haley Evans

    Which CVS Health Product would you like to try?
    The hair, skin, and nails! I have been almost talked into buying “Sugar Bear Hair” vitimans and I’m worried it’s just a scam. If I can get something that works for less at my local CVS, I’m all for it!

    What is your #1 tip for staying healthy during the colder months?
    WASH YO HANDS!!!!!!

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  • Walnut

    We would love to try the shower tabs! With an autistic 1st grader and a wild toddler de-stressing usually only happens in the shower and I am sure the lavender would be the bomb!
    For staying healthier we always make sure to carry hand sanitizer on our bags and an extra packet of baby wipes – you never know who is going to touch what and those two can clean almost everything. Olly vitsmins also make a great immunity vitamin that my older child loves.

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  • Tori Farber

    I would love to try the hair, skin, and nails gummies! My tips for staying healthy during the colder months-
    1) Find an exercise that you love to do so there are no excuses- for example I found a kickboxing YouTube video series that I absolutely love! I don’t even have to leave my house to do it! Snow I’ll not keep me from working out!
    2) make sure you are still getting vitamins and minerals from veggies and fruit. During the colder months most people crave comfort food that is not always the best option. Try to remake your favorite comfort dishes into a healthier version. For example, potato soup is a comfort food but maybe add more veggies to it or puréed cauliflower!

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  • teresa

    HI! I’m so excited for fall!! I work in pediatric medicine and know how many germs fall brings. I want to try the mood boosting probiotic, my number one tip is practice good handwashing!!

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  • Sandra

    Hi! I’ve been following your blog for YEARS and just want to say how inspiring you are!

    I would LOVE to try both the CVS mood support probiotics and well as the CVS healthy hair, skin and nail support gummies.

    I live in South Florida so we don’t get harsh Winters (or any sort of Winter at all really) BUT that doesn’t mean the flu doesn’t go around. With my family I like to get as much local honey into our diets, sounds weird but it really helps with our allergies and overall health. Also HANDWASHING! I preach this constantly! 🍯 😊

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  • Mallory

    1. Definitely the Epsom salts!!!
    2. Washing my hands more than necessary
    🙂 <3

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  • Taylor

    I already love the hair skin and nail vitamins from CVS, I’ve spent the last year trying to grow my hair out and clear up my skin and I love the CVS brand vitamins for it! They work better than other brands and are literally half the price! Plus CVS does sales on their vitamins so often! I would love to try the Manuka honey strips! Those sound incredible! I always make sure I take viatamin c supplements in the colder months! With schools back in session and temperatures dropping, avoiding illnesses is #1 for me!

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  • Kim

    Id love to try the blister care cushions. I always get blisters from running regardless of my shoes or socks! I have tried some different products to help, but none have been preventative!

    Tip: I always make sure to have warm socks and a warm hat. I find that being cold not only leads me being sick, but it impacts my mood in a terrible way. Stay warm!

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  • Johnna

    I’m interested it trying the turmeric capsules and the lavender Epson salt!

    Getting plenty of rest is my go to to staying healthy!

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  • Melissa Young

    Hi Taralynn- I would love to try the CVS Health Apple Cider Vinegar Capsules. might be easier then me drinking a tablespoon a day.
    I think it is super important to stay hydrated during colder months and stretch. I think when it gets colder we seem to be in a rush and don’t take the time to do the simple things that help you mind, body and spirit.

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  • Ashley

    I’d love to try to shower tabs! I have never heard or seen them, but I will be going by my local CVS this afternoon on my way home to search for them. My number 1 tip for staying healthy anytime of year is to ALWAYS wash my hands!!!!

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  • Alena

    The CVS product that I’d like to try is the Platinum Fermented Turmeric Capsules! I know turmeric is great for inflammation and I think it’d be useful for me! The #1 tip I use to stay healthy is to wash your hands! I am a nurse so that is number one for sure. I hope I win! Xx

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  • Sharon

    I would like to try the CVS Health Epsom Salt Tablets. My best tip for staying healthy in the winter months is to take an immune booster and wash my hands often.

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  • Jennifer Powell

    1. CVS Health Apple Cider Vinegar Capsules
    2. I switch up my probiotics every month so that my gut is exposed to all different strains of flora and not just accustomed to one type! Super Gut 💪🏼

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  • Madeline

    CVS Lavender Epsom Salts sound like a lifesaver 🙂 I stay healthy by keeping active and hydrated!

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  • Caitlyn

    Epsom salts and hand sanitizer wipes for sure! My tip for the fall is keeping hand sanitizer on hand at all times. I work with kids and always try to keep the germs at bay (theirs and mine) by keeping everyone’s hands clean!

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  • Robbie

    I would want to try the sports tape, to see if it works as well as the more expensive brands. I really don’t know enough to offer tips. I just try to treat my body kindly by eating as healthy as I can (most of the time) I always feel better when I do and staying positive. My thoughts and outlook can make a big difference in my health. Love your blog, I have learned a lot.

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  • Erin W

    Oh I need to try the tumeric capsules for sure! I usually just like washing my hands alot during the colder weather and lemon water. Vitamin C to the rescue!

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    Oh wow, this is cute! The snacks all look so delicious. Is this giveaway open internationally? 🙂

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  • Becky Stewart

    What a great giveaway! Now I want to see what these shower vapor tablets are all about! I love CVS!

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