Lockets Cough Sweets Reviews
Product Type: Lockets in Health Therapies / Treatments
Newest Review: ... in a paper wrapping. Each lozenges are individually wrapped in paper with the 'Lockets 'logo imprinted on it. Lozenges are ... more
Customer Lockets Cough Sweets Reviews (46)
by - written on 23/04/08 (Very useful, 471 readings)
It must have been the rain this morning and the cold weather but when I woke up this morning I had a wicked sore throat to go along with my blocked nose and cold so on my way to work the first stop was to buy two packets of honey and lemon lockets. There is a recommended dosage which I will get to later but I find that two packets for a day works quite well. Lockets are my favourite throat sweets by far as I find they really help. Lockets are made by the Mars corporation. They are sold in distinctive yellow packets with 10 sweets in each packet. Each sweet is then individually wrapped. The sweet itself is a hard, boiled type sweet. It is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/02/13 (Very useful, 77 readings)
I always remember when I was younger Lockets were the only throat sweet that my mum would buy as she said that they were the only ones that actually worked for her. I have taken this thought with me into adulthood and although I am still not overly keen on the taste of them I do find that they are good sweet for soothing sore throats brought on by the cold. As well as soothing sore throats they also have the added benefit of helping to unblock noses as well. They are little individually wrapped hard boiled sweets which contain a soft liquid centre. They are honey and lemon flavoured and the ingredients contained in them include menthol and eucalyptus. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/03/12 (Very useful, 205 readings)
Lockets cough sweets. Just recently I had a bit of a cold and irritating sore throat which I found to be quite irksome as I kept having to cough to ease the tickling in my throat. I went to the pharmacy and bought a packet of lockets which I knew would help ease the irritating cough. They are sold in tubes of 10 lozenges which are readily available in supermarkets, pharmacies and newsagents. I paid 58p for my packet which I thought was quite reasonable. What are lockets? Lockets are a honey and lemon menthol and eucalyptus sweet with an outer boiled sweet covering which you suck until you reach the inner syrupy contents of the honey and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/03/12, updated on 29/03/12 (Very useful, 114 readings)
Price and Availability If I'm suffering from a sore throat and looking for quick pain relief I usually opt for Soothers as I love the flavours. Over Christmas though I was really feeling ill and my throat felt so dry and sore that rather than waiting for someone else to get me some lozenges I ventured to the corner shop. Unfortunately they only had Lockets, which I had tried many times before and not been that keen on, but in my desperation I bought them anyway. I think as it was a small shop I paid about 70p for them but they're also available in Boots for 55p and they're available widely in chemists and supermarkets. Packaging and Product ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/03/12 (Very useful, 85 readings)
I have said in previous reviews, that if I have a cold or sore throat, the only medicinal products that I enjoy taking are honey and lemon products, so I have to admit I have tried most honey & lemon products on the market and I have often used Lockets lozenges when the need has arose. Lockets are available in many different flavours, but I won't have anything apart from the honey and lemon version. I think the reason I like these over all other flavours is because these aren't too harsh. The flavour is really subtle but even with a cold, you can still taste it which is nice as I tend to lose all sense of flavours and everything seems quite bland when I ... Read the complete review
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