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Free 30 day supply of Vitamin D. Just pay £6.50 postage and packaging. Some might find that pricey, but it’s a premium quality brand using premium ingredients.

You can also get 20% off any other supplements in your first order with “START20”.

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overutopia
overutopia10 days ago

You're right. It is pricey. Happily the government have sent me mine free! The advantages of being ancient.

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sanita2020
sanita20209 days ago

overutopia what do you mean: government send d3 for free? Becouse I suffer from D3 deficiency.

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overutopia
overutopia9 days ago

Yup. If you're on the at risk list for covid and over 65

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pmlr
pmlr10 days ago

Definitely not free if that's the postage you can buy them cheaper thanks for sharing anyway

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jpdunne1996
jpdunne1996
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9 days ago

pmlr they use no fillers and don’t just use extracts like cheap supplements, which is why they are premium. Fillers are quite unpleasant to be ingesting. This is a reasonable price for the quality.

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pmlr
pmlr10 days ago
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AmitVaja
AmitVaja10 days ago

You can easily find 100Microgram tablets from pharmacy at £2 so it's definitely not free. As here you have to pay £6.50 for a postage so not worthy to buy

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jpdunne1996
jpdunne1996
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9 days ago

AmitVaja they use no fillers and don’t just use extracts like cheap supplements, which is why they are premium. This is a reasonable price for the quality. But understand where you’re coming from.

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kevvoj
kevvoj10 days ago

60 tablets in poundland for a quid

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jpdunne1996
jpdunne1996
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9 days ago

kevvoj tablets in Poundland at best, feature cheap extracts which don’t give you the same benefits. They’re also mixed with fillers which aren’t healthy to be investing regularly. As someone who has a lot of knowledge on the industry, this is a reasonable price for the high quality ingredients and no fillers.

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RegularComper90
RegularComper9010 days ago

Quite a rip off there as you can get many decent vitamin C supplements from your local supermarket or the chemist for a couple of quid. And many companies claim that their products contain 'premium high quality ingredients'. A common marketing strategy.

Thank you anyway though. 👍

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jpdunne1996
jpdunne1996
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9 days ago

They use no fillers and don’t just use extracts like cheap supplements, which is why they are premium. This is a reasonable price for the quality.

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Bluefish
Bluefish9 days ago

Not sure if it’s worth £6.50 postage for this, but a vitamin D supplement is really good

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emmabristol
emmabristol9 days ago

Thanks for sharing but you can definitely get these cheaper at Holland & Barrett

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jpdunne1996
jpdunne1996
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8 days ago

emmabristol the ones in Holland and barter contain nasty fillers, and the ingredients are mostly just extracts which aren’t as soluble. So you pay more as it’s a premium, cleaner and more effective product. I don’t work for the company, just have a vast knowledge of supplements. 🙂

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emmabristol
emmabristol7 days ago

jpdunne1996 thank you, I had no idea! The price makes sense then 😊

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