Can an $8, one-hour tooth whitener really work? I had my doubts, and while Walgreens Intense 1 Hour Whitening System ($8) won't get your teeth Ross Gellar-white (not that you'd actually want glow-in-the-dark choppers), it will lighten them a few shades, all under an impressive 60 minutes. But with the good comes a bit of bad. See the full review when you read more.
- The 25 weirdest food names, and what they sound like.
- The 25 weirdest food names, and what they sound like. — Bon Appétit
- Could OpenTable face new competition from Google? — San Francisco Chronicle
- Presenting Guilt Taste, Ruth Bourdain's parody of Gilt Taste. — Twitter
- Just wondering: would you buy sushi from Walgreens? — Grub Street SF
- Beware of exploding watermelons! — Guardian
- Border patrol snags 385 pounds of contraband bologna. — Dallas News
- Graduation gifts, sorted by college major. — Chow
- Are chefs to blame for America's obesity epidemic? — Time
- Bad cooking habits you should break. — Huffington Post Food
Whether it's your first night out with your hubby after becoming a mom, a first date with a special beau, or an interview for your dream job, Walgreens knows the importance of these special moments.
That's why Walgreens has created Beauty Within, a web series that brings us real beauty stories from real-world women like us. With the help of a team of beauty experts, these women learn tips and tricks to unleash their radiant inner beauty, all while sharing their special moments with us and the rest of the world.
In addition to Beauty Within, Walgreens is also running a special Toss and Turn Heads sweepstakes, which will award one lucky winner and her best friend with a trip to NYC and a makeover with a professional makeup artist.
Click here to learn more about Beauty Within and also enter to win the makeover of a lifetime for you and your best friend!
When it comes to products, sometimes the generic options don't live up to the original. Have you ever actually tried off-brand ketchup? Blech. At team Bella, we're always looking for a bargain, and that's why we've gathered together a few of our favorite generic beauty items — along with one option that just doesn't make the cut. Find out what they are now.
I know most of you still use home printers, so listen up — recycling those empty printer cartridges has just gotten a whole lot easier thanks to HP and Walgreens! Last week I purchased a new HP cartridge and included in the box was a little envelope (postage paid) for me to mail away my old cartridge for recycling. And then after a quick trip to Walgreens, I noticed on my bag that Walgreens has a printer cartridge recycling program where you just take your empty cartridge to the photo counter for recycling — how great is that?! And if you have an old HP cartridge but didn't get an envelope with your new one, you can order one here.
Walgreens. The Pharmacy (Unemployed) America Trusts. If you lose your job and health insurance tomorrow, you can now turn to the drugstore for routine treatment and testing for minor ailments.
Today Walgreens announced plans to offer walk-in clinics free of charge. The in-store Take Care clinics can address problems like respiratory illnesses, infections like pink eye, allergies, and skin conditions. Patients will probably cross their fingers that they won't be prescribed a pricey drug, since they'll still have to pay for prescriptions.
The idea is to keep people out of urgent-care and emergency rooms. Customers will have to prove that they're unemployed, and once they get health insurance back, they'll have to pay for future screenings, which typically cost $59.
This sounds like a good plan for both the uninsured and Walgreens. The company can increase awareness about its service, and those facing tough times can buffer the consequences of unemployment.
That's right, print directly from your Picasa albums to Walgreens — which was already my preferred photo printer because you can pick them up from a store right after you order them online, no shipping costs or waiting incurred.
And don't forget to adjust your settings in Content Control to allow visitors to order prints of your photos, so your family can feel the Walgreens love, too!
Walgreens always seems to dish out the deals, and today is no exception!
If you've got a "non digital" 35mm camera or disposable camera lying around, and you need to get its film developed, head on into your local Walgreens for free film-roll developing.
Just print this coupon and submit it with your order for one full roll of 4-x-6 prints and negatives — free! I swear, posting free deals never gets old!
Here's a super cheap last minute Mother's Day gift idea that will totally rock your mom's world! On Tax Day, Walgreens offered 15 free 4x6 prints to customers, well today, you can order a free 8x10 print thanks to who else, but Walgreens! Wondering how to get your free jumbo photo? Just log-in to your Walgreens photo account, select the picture you want developed and blown up, and once you get to the checkout, enter the code 4MOM to redeem your print. Throw it in a lovely frame and voila! Your mom will love it!
If you want your pic shipped to you, keep in mind that the discount does not apply toward taxes or shipping charge. Also, not all Walgreens locations offer the 8x10 print format. . . So double check to make sure! Orders must be placed by logged-in customers by May 7, 2008 at 11:59 p.m. central time to qualify.
Today may be dreaded tax day for all working Americans, but now you can turn that frown upside down thanks to Walgreens who is offering 15 free 4x6 prints today!
Just log-in to your Walgreens photo account, select which pictures you want developed and once you get to the checkout, enter the code TAXDAY for the discount to be applied — score! You have until 1:59 PM Central Time on April 15, 2008 to qualify, so get your orders in asap!
Such a nice little gesture from Walgreens!