We hope you’re having a great start to your New Year, Cold-EEZE fans. We’re kicking off 2012 with some exciting news: we recently introduced a new Cold-EEZE product and we’re offering you a $2.50 coupon to try it!
If you’re reading this blog, chances are you already believe in Cold-EEZE. You enjoy our great-tasting flavors (Cherry, Tropical Orange, Lemon Lime, Mint Frost, Strawberries and Cream, Honey Lemon: take your pick!) – and know how effective our unique zinc gluconate formula is at shortening your cold. But everyone loves variety and convenience, which is why we’re excited to share some big news: Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy is now available in a convenient oral spray! Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy Oral Spray is formulated with zinc gluconate, the same effective active ingredient found in the clinically proven* and #1 pharmacist recommended Cold-EEZE lozenges.
We’re very excited about this new product! And we never forget to talk to Cold-EEZE users like you. We know Cold-EEZE customers expect the best, and we’re delighted to offer this product in our popular Mint and Cherry flavors! And we love that providing this variety allows our fans to choose how they want to “Cold-EEZE” (that’s right, it’s a verb now!☺)
So how do you use this new Oral spray? Like Cold-EEZE lozenges, it works best if you take it at the very first signs of a cold. Just two sprays on the inside of your cheeks and, the roof of your mouth deliver the same active ingredients as one Cold-EEZE lozenge. Let it hang out in your mouth for 15 seconds, and swallow it, and repeat it for every two to four hours, until you start feeling your best! If that sounds simple, well, it’s because it is. We want you to try it because we think you’re sure to love it too. To print a coupon, go to our website home page and click on our coupon link. We are offering $2.50 off Cherry or Mint Oral Spray. We can’t wait to hear what you think about it. Cold-EEZE Oral Spray is available at CVS, Kmart, Rite Aid and other fine retailers. See the full list of retailers here.
*Cleveland Clinic (1996) and Dartmouth College (1992) studies demonstrate that Cold-EEZE lozenges shorten the duration of the common cold.