my daughter developed a horrible cough with her allergies. doctor wouldn't give her anything for the cough and everytime we laid her down it got so bad she would vomit. i finally took some other mom's advice and rubbed this product on the bottom of her feet and put socks on her and a little on her chest, laid her down and not a cough all night. Why did someone not tell me about this sooner. this product is a life saver and has given my little one and me many many comfortable full nights sleep. Thank you Vicks Baby rub.
I use Vicks not onl;y during the winter for colds and sinus issues. It has helped in foot care as well. This is unofficial and the Vicks company will not back this but it helps with toenail infection. Also, if you fell like you are \"coming down with something or you already have something\" rub some Vicks at the bottom of your feet, put on a pair of socks and you will feel better in the morning!\nI am grateful that Walmart has this product available online as well as in the store. It is great!
Time to replenish the medicine cabinet with Winter right around the corner. Whenever I get a sore throat, I rub Vicks on the bottom of my feet, and put on a pair of socks. It helps better than anything I have ever tried.
I have delicate skin and this stuff works for itching and rashes from clothes rubbing on the skin. It has something in it that relieves irritation on skin. I have used this product for years and it works better than the other OTC products bought in the past.
My son has an eye condition called recurring corneal erosion. He needs to put ointment in his eye at bedtime every night and his ophthalmologist recommended this brand. The tube is tiny for the price so pricewise it's not a very good deal - but it keeps him from having problems most mornings and that is priceless.
The B & L Soothe Night Time ointment relieves severe dry eye as product is intended for. I was shopping for the original Soothe eye drops in the squeeze bottle. It is no longer available and was replaced by the single-use vials. To properly use the ointment, you need steady hands to carefully measure 1\/4 inch, while squeezing the tube and avoiding contact of inside eyelid with the nozzle. Applying the ointment should be the last thing you do before retiring for the night. The ointment is very thick(like petroleum jelly) and obscures vision.\nIn addition, I am a newbie to Walmart.com and was pleasantly surprised by the ease of using the site and the speedy delivery of my order.