Boots Value Health Paracetamol Reviews
Product Type: Boots medicinal products
Newest Review: ... of the price of these. Each caplet is oval shape and a white colour, quite small in size compared to some other brands and ... more
Customer Boots Value Health Paracetamol Reviews (25)
by - written on 25/10/11 (Very useful, 45 readings)
I always like to carry some painkillers with me just in case and find that they always come in handy. I picked these up in Boots for just 16p which I thought was excellenty cheap. You get 16 caplets in the packet, so that works out at just 1p per caplet. I've tried lots of different methods of pain relief over the years, including the expensive ones like Nurofen. The first time I tried these tablets was for a headache. I took two with a bit of water and waited for them to kick in. They took about 20 minutes to work, and after a while my headache was gone. I take paracetamol quite frequently for headaches, especially after babysitting the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/08/11 (Very useful, 100 readings)
Whilst out for a day at the seaside recently, I suddenly realised I hadn't packed my paracetamol in my handbag. I have a chronic illness and need to take paracetamol tablets on a daily basis to keep my pain under control. We were lucky enough to be in the vicinity of the local High Street on the day in question and I popped into a branch of Boots the Chemist to pick up a box of painkillers. There was a large variety of painkillers and various paracetamol products available n the store, but I immediately set about trying to ascertain if there was a 'budget' branded product available, as I normally buy my paracetamol from the budget or basic brand of one of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/05/11, updated on 18/05/11 (Very useful, 57 readings)
I tend to be one of them people that suffers from headaches and the works quite a lot. Due to this, I often make sure that I carry a packet of paracetamol around in my bag for if I am having "one of those days". Me and my family do get through packs of these quite quickly, so when I stopped off in Boots the other day, I simply picked up the Boots Value Paracetamol Caplets. They come in a very basic packaging, which is expected of a value product. It is just white and red with plain black writing on the front as shown in the image. These paracetamol's are in the forms of caplets, and I personally find this much easier to take, as I used to have ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/04/11 (Very useful, 35 readings)
Basically, I am a firm believer that you get what you pay for - and for that reason, I do tend to aim for the more expensive end of the market when it comes to important items and health / cosmetic products. However, there is one exception to this, and this is when it comes to buying medications where the generic form does not differ among different brands. For example, paracetamol is paracetamol - whether its the most expensive brand or the cheapest. Boots Value Health Paracetamol is a packet of paracetamol caplets who contain 16 caplets per pack. The caplets come in a standard foil backed sheet - the type where you have to push out the caplet from the front ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/03/11 (Very useful, 46 readings)
I will be the first to admit that Boots isn't the place to shop on a budget. I find them quite overpriced on a lot of things - a bit like a large convenience store really. Although they have everything under one roof it would be wise to shop around for most things which can be bought there. One product I did buy there recently, however, were their own brand 500mg Paracetamol Caplets from their 'Value Health' range. Boots do sell their own brand of paracetamol, but I do feel they are overpriced and the 16p pricetag on these particular caplets is the going rate in comparison to supermarket ranges. The packaging clearly shows that this is from the 'Value ... Read the complete review
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