Care/Of Personalized Vitamin Packs

Aug 6, 2018

Category: Living

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Health is obviously a vital aspect to us all, and one of the best ways to keep our well being in check, especially when sickness is in the air, is to supplement an appropriate diet with a daily dose of vitamins. However, the vitamin aisle of any convenience store or pharmacy can be a bit confusing. That’s why there’s Care/of, offering their own line of vitamins and supplements delivered right to your door.

The process is simple really, just answer a few questions about yourself – including your health goals, lifestyle, and values – and see the resulting recommendations from a scientific advisory board. From here, you’ll receive your box of personalized vitamins each month in the mail. You can also adjust or cancel at any time so there’s no contracts or commitments to worry about. Stay healthy, based on your own personal preferences, without having to worry about hitting the store every month. It’s almost too easy.

Purchase: $20+

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