Ever had cold symptoms to the point where you couldn’t get out of bed because of your sipon, baradong ilong, and sakit ng ulo?
Nowadays, when people get sipon, their first step is to purchase whatever medicine is available, which only provides short-term relief. Sooner or later, they end up having baradong ilong and sakit ng ulo as well— making them feel worse, and therefore drinking other medications in the hopes of relieving the additional two symptoms. For colds, nasal congestion, and headache, their solution simply isn’t enough. They need a reliable and effective product to combat all the three symptoms of colds.
Luckily, these three cold symptoms can be addressed with just one product: Phenylephrine HCI, Chlorpheniramine Maleate, and Paracetamol (Sinutab® Cold Plus).
With Sinutab® Cold Plus, you are equipped with a more powerful medication, giving you fast-acting relief for not just sipon, but also for baradong ilong and sakit ng ulo.
Sinutab® is available in 2 variants: Sinutab® Cold Plus with its Triple Power Formula (Phenylephrine HCI, Chlorpheniramine Maleate, and Paracetamol), and Sinutab® Cold, a non-drowse option (formulated with Paracetamol and Phenylephrine HCI) which both works in as fast as 15 minutes.
Fighting back with triple power for your triple symptoms, Sinutab® Cold Plus helps cold sufferers feel instant relief within 6 hours—giving you the chance to strive and power through this hustle environment.
“With our busy lifestyles made more hectic ever since the shift to normalcy, being bugged down by the colds is the last thing we need. So, when you have the heavy feeling from the buildup of sipon, baradong ilong, and sakit ng ulo, switch to Sinutab®,” said Maris Rada, brand manager of Sinutab®.
Tatlong sintomas, isang lunas. Sinutab® Cold Plus is available at leading supermarkets and drugstores nationwide such as Mercury Drug, Watsons, Southstar Drug, and many more.
Visit Southstar Drug and buy a minimum of 5 pieces to get 10% off on your Sinutab® Cold Plus purchase, available this coming March to April 2023.
Disclaimer: If symptoms persist, consult your doctor.
For more information, visit the official Facebook page of Sinutab at https://www.facebook.com/SinutabPH/.