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Ology from Walgreens Review

Posted Jan 05 2013 12:00am

Tissues are a staple in this household.  It doesn’t matter if it’s cold and flu season or the middle of summer.  I have wicked crazy allergies year round and I’ve got a 5 year old that can go through a box with any number of her dramatic fits.

Having the chance to try out the new Ology products exclusive to Walgreens, I decided to stock up on 100% tree-free paper products and insure that we’d not be tissue-less for a long time.  These tissues are made from readily renewable resources.  It’s win-win…healthy all the way around!

There is an entire line of Ology brand products available at Walgreens, Duane Reade and online, including

  • Baby Care – lotion and 2-in-1 body wash
  • Laundry – liquid detergent and fabric softener
  • Cleaners – glass cleaner and all-purpose cleaner
  • Personal Care – adult shampoo and conditioner
  • Paper – bath and facial tissue, paper towels and copy paper
  • Lighting – compact fluorescent light bulbs

Unfortunately at the time of my shopping experience, I was only able to find the tissues and fabric softener (which I opened in the store and it smells delightful!). And because I had my Walgreens Balance Rewards card, I even saved some money!  It’s nice to hit those sales.

So, how do they rank?  Well, they aren’t those lotion soaked, medicinal filled things…and that’s okay.  I’ll admit, it took me a while to warm up to them, but they are they only tissues I’ve bought consecutively (and with my own money) this winter.  While the Ology tissues are simply plain, they get the job done and unless you’ve got a raging cold and a super duper sore nose, you probably won’t notice much of a difference.  Hey, they’re tissues! 

 

*I was sent a Walgreen’s gift card for the purposes of obtaining Ology products to review. No other compensation was offered or received. No suggestions or requests to select specific products within the Ology line were offered. I was in no way obligated to write a positive review and all opinions are mine and mine alone.*
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