Product Review: Pine Bros. Softish Throat Drops

Like a true fan girl, after almost every concert I end up with a sore throat from screaming song lyrics for sometimes 2 hours straight.  I’m always looking for something that will help ease the pain in the days after the show when my throat is aching.  After 15 years – Pine Bros. Softish Throat Drops are back!  I was sent Wild Cherry and Honey flavored throat drops to try out.  They are available in refillable pucks – which fit perfectly in your purse. Or your mothers purse should she decide to snatch the Honey ones from you! ;)

The drops have been a trusted brand since 1870 – soothing America’s throats for over 140 years!   They are softish and chewy – but not so much that I can’t use them with my braces, which is a good thing because I forsee a lot more sore throats coming before the braces are off! (I am going to see One Direction two nights in a row and The Wanted two days in a row one day after that, afterall!)  They are also easy to give to children, but it is recommended to only give them to kids ages 3 and up.  The best part is that each drop is only 5 calories!

I tried both the Wild Cherry and the Honey flavors (even though my mom stole the Honey ones and says that she LOVES them!)  The flavors are more muted than some other throat drops – but I kind of prefer that. I am using them to help make my throat feel better – not as if they are pieces of candy.  There is no need for them to be out of control sweet.

If you want to try the product for yourself, they are available at CVS Pharmacy.

Be sure to like Pine Bros on Facebook and follow them on twitter – they hold lots of contests :)

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Pine-Bros

https://twitter.com/PineBros

 

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free usingTomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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