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GIVEAWAY: OCEAN Nasal Care Products -CLOSED-

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I received the above items to review.  My kids were sick with colds so the timing worked out great! :)  Seems like there's a nose issue monthly with one of us.
Anyway,  I really like Ocean products.  I feel that they are safe and easy to use.
My kids don't really like liquid up their nose, but they sure like it after!  I know I do.
When I have a cold I can't live without it!

OCEAN Complete is a two-in-one saline solution for sinus and nasal relief of congestion.  White tip contains the saline mist for nasal moisturizing and the orange tip contains even bigger saline stream for sinus irrigation.  It's pre-mixed and non-medicated.  When you fill out a short survey you can get a $3.00 off coupon!

OCEAN Premium is for people suffering from dry nasal passages, nose bleeds, nasal congestion, or sinusitis. It's the nasal spray "recommended by most doctors coast to coast."

OCEAN for Kids is specifically formulated for newborns to children up to 12 years old.  I used this a lot when my daughter was an infant.  I was so grateful for it because you could tell she felt so much better afterwords.

OCEAN is giving away the above 3 items to one winner!

Here's how to enter:

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2.  PLEASE FILL OUT THIS FORM to be entered in the giveaway!

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Giveaway will end Thursday February 3rd at 10 p.m. MST.  Winner will be chosen by Random.org.  I was given above products to review.  All opinions are my own.  All information gathered for the giveaway will be discarded when over.  
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