Technically we still have a couple of weeks of fall left, but I swear winter is in full swing here in Wisconsin. This fall has been an odd one at best, and we sure have felt the bitter chill of winter temperatures since late October. Heck, we got a snow storm on Halloween, and many towns had to reschedule trick or treating for the kids! Needless to say, I've been prepared for cold season around here, and today I'm sharing some of my go-to items for a winter cold survival kit. This post is sponsored by Savings.com.
What's in my winter cold survival kit?
I recently made some DIY Eucalyptus Shower Melts, and those sure are perfect for setting on the shower floor to help alleviate sinus pressure and nasal congestion. They are very easy to make, and are a staple in my winter cold survival kit, along with some super soft facial tissues. I've also stocked up on Ricola Cool Relief Lemon Frost drops, that provide Ricola's strongest relief yet! They have 3x the natural menthol content of Ricola Original Natural Herb Drops, and help to cool your throat and nasal passages while suffering from a cold.
Ricola Cool Relief Lemon Frost drops contain 10 herbs and honey. They are naturally flavored, and contain only natural colors. You can grab Ricola Cool Relief Lemon Frost drops right from your local Walmart. I found them on the shelf near the floor, in the cold care aisle.
Grab the coupon below to save 50 cents off your purchase of Ricola Cool Relief Lemon Frost drops at Walmart, and check your Valpak envelope to get an additional coupon to save you even more money!
The Valpak envelope insert will look like the image below, and the coupon will be on the back side of it.
Adding these items to your winter cold care kit should help to get you through the nasty cold and flu season ahead. Pair these with your go-to over the counter medicine, or one prescribed by your doctor.