|By PR Newswire||
|August 14, 2014 12:01 PM EDT||
BELLEVUE, Wash., Aug. 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- drugstore.com, inc., a leading retailer of health, beauty, and vision products, is making it easy for customers to shop back-to-school items this season with shopping guides, expert advice and brand new product offerings. From classroom and dorm room essentials to health and wellness products for students, shoppers can visit http://www.drugstore.com today to check off their back-to-school shopping list.
On the drugstore.com Back-to-School guide, shoppers will find deep discounts on products for younger students from brands including Crayola and Olive Kids. For adolescent students, shoppers can browse brands like Burt's Bees and Illumask and, starting August 3rd, will find coupons across the popular Sonicare line. The Gillette Flexball Back to Campus Pack is perfect for dorm-ready students along with the First Aid Only kits which are also on sale. The Back-to-School guide is live now and can be found at www.drugstore.com.
Shoppers looking for wellness products for the whole family will find brand new items in the Vitamins and Supplements department including the Star Wars Complete Multivitamin gummies series for kids, available in August, and One A Day VitaCraves Chocolate Chewy Bites, available in September. Other new products for the family shopping list coming soon to www.drugstore.com include Tom's of Maine Body Wash and Lip Balm.
Along with the Back-to-School guide on drugstore.com, customers will find expert advice on the best back-to-school products to stock up on for children. Starting August 15th, drugstore.com will feature pediatrician and co-founder of MD Moms, Dr. JJ Levenstein as part of the Expert Picks series. Dr. JJ will share her top picks for the new school year as well as great products to protect children's skin as the season changes. Other experts featured in the series include daddy blogger and baby gear expert Jamie Grayson, organic agriculture expert and founder of Babo Botanicals Kate Soloman and style expert and author, Amy Tara Koch. The expert picks pages can be found at www.drugstore.com.
With the drugstore.com auto-reorder program, customers can receive their favorite products automatically choosing the most convenient shipping frequency for them, perfect for college students and parents with busy schedules. As always, drugstore.com offers "Everyday Free Shipping"* on eligible items as well as five-percent back on every purchase with drugstore.com dollars™** that can be redeemed on future orders.
For 15 years, drugstore.com has been a leading online provider of health, beauty, and vision products. Shop a great assortment of more than 80,000 items ranging from everyday basics to hard-to-find favorites. With competitive prices, unique categories and free shipping for orders over $35 all in one convenient location, the drugstore.com web store is truly the uncommon drugstore*.
*Free standard shipping is available only on nonprescription purchases of $35 or more, and does not apply to prescriptions, contact lenses, gift certificates, magazine subscriptions, bulk orders, or orders over 20 pounds.
**With drugstore.com dollars™ customers receive a credit to their account equal to five-percent of any eligible purchase. Customers cannot earn or apply drugstore.com dollars to prescription medications, gift certificates, gift cards, discounts, free items, past purchase, or non-shipped, undeliverable or returned items. drugstore.com dollars™ cannot be redeemed for cash.
SOURCE drugstore.com, inc.
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