Superdrug Paracetamol Caplets Reviews
Product Type: Superdrug medicinal products
Description:Brand: Superdrug / Type: Paracetamol Caplets
Newest Review: ... contain 500mg of paracetamol a caplet), warnings are given and contact details for Superdrug are clearly stated. Inside the ... more
Customer Superdrug Paracetamol Caplets Reviews (7)
by - written on 15/05/13, updated on 15/05/13 (Very useful, 42 readings)
Once a week I go to Superdrug to a quit smoking session which has led to me doing a little bit of shopping here and there. I've always been more of a Boots fan to be honest but have to admit that since going in Superdrug I have become pretty impressed with the store I go into's variety of things and that the prices are very competitive too. The other day though I got to my quitting smoking session shattered, with a headache and terrible back ache because I thought it seemed a good idea in the sunshine to walk the 4 miles there! Not such a good idea it turned out after-all! So I got through my session and I got my quit smoking treatments and on the ... Read the complete review
by superness11 - written on 18/09/11
Tesco Paracetamol Caplets *Introduction* Every now and then, whether it be down to stress, tiredness or something else, I get a headache. It never goes on for very long and I've been to the doctor about them and had all the usual eye tests and check ups. It is just a head ache and after a while they do go away. To take the pain away so I can get on with my day to day jobs, I use Paracetamol caplets. I work near a superdrug so it is easy to pop into the store for some. *Price* In a packet you get 16 caplets and they cost 39p. They are Superdrug own brand so only available here. *Description* Inside the box there are four plastic ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/03/11 (Very useful, 151 readings)
As many of you will know by now, I have quite a few health conditions and suffer from pain on an almost-daily basis. A lot of the pain I suffer from requires pain medication that is prescribed by my doctors, such is the intensity of the condition that I suffer from. On slightly better days though, I can often chase off slightly smaller 'pangs' and 'twinges' with the use of over-the-counter painkillers. As a result, I take paracetamol most days and have found that the little coated 'caplets' are my preference as I find the alternative of plain tablets are slightly chalky in their texture and taste, and they can be more difficult for me to swallow as a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/03/11 (Very useful, 84 readings)
~Superdrug paracetamol caplets~ ************************* For the super low price of 33p Superdrug sell these small and compact packs of 16 paracetamol caplets which are just as useful as any other form of paracetamol caplets I have bought and used. The packing for these caplets is neat and easy to use with the box being made from light yet strong card, with fold over openings at both the top and the bottom of the pack that are simple and quick to open or close when needed. The box has some helpful details on it that make for easy reading when wanting to see exactly what the caplets may be of help with and the headings on the front of the box are short ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/03/12 (Very useful, 84 readings)
Paracetamol is paracetamol in my eyes, I don't stick to any one brand. I usually just pick a box up when I'm out and about and they catch my eye, it's something that I use quite regularly so can never have enough! --- Packaging --- The packaging for these paracetamol caplets is very basic. Consisting of a white and blue cardboard box, it's nothing to shout about. Inside the box is 2 sheets of 8 caplets and an information booklet with the normal information about paracetamol, the ingredients, how to take etc. --- Information --- A pack of these Superdrug paracetamol caplets will currently set you back 39 pence. The dosage for ... Read the complete review
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