Don’t Fight Cold – Wipe It Away With Scotties

Scotties has been loyal to the cold and flu season by providing us all with their Scotties Care Pack filled with the truly Softest tissues ever. When the times are tough and the sniffling doesn’t seem to end, a gentle touch to the area around our nose is the best relief indeed.

woman with cold blowing NoseI love the companies with social outreach and caring for people and environment. Scotties does it in spades. Keep in mind that this company is a uniquely designed group of companies that work in synergy together to  sustainably allow their product line to thrive. People get a gentle touch with Scotties. Environment gets a gentle touch from the caring that the operations has it as its core.

The common cold is accurately named because it is indeed the most frequent infection we encounter. Thankfully Mount Auburn Hospital, a top Harvard teaching hospital and Scotties Facial Tissues are here to bring you their top 10 list of cold remedies to help alleviate your symptoms next time you feel yourself getting sick.



The common cold as explained by Stephen H. Zinner, M.D., Director of Medicine for Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, MA is caused by a number of different viruses, and as such is not treatable with antibiotics (which treat infections caused by bacteria).  There is no definitive or specific treatment or cure for the common cold, which is an example of a “self-limited” infection, meaning that patients recover when the infection has run its natural course.


Although many treatments are available, all provide relief of symptoms but they do not speed the eradication of the infecting virus.  According to Zinner, Symptom relief can be obtained by these TOP 5 measures including:

  • Humidification – add a humidifier to your home or steam a pot of water in the kitchen.
  • Steam vapor – take a hot shower and breath in the steam
  • Oral decongestants
  • Nasal saline irrigation and select nasal sprays,
  • Aspirin or acetaminophen may be useful for the body aches that may accompany the first 24 -48 hours of a cold.
Scotties tissue boxes

Scotties Has 2ply, 3ply, and Aloe tissues that are Gentle on your Undernose Skin Tissue! Yei, play on words.

 Scotties adds their own TOP 5 measures including:

  • Sleep – make sure to give your body the rest it requires to naturally rid the body of a cold.
  • Exercise can be useful to thin out mucus and increase the activity of white blood cells – if the person feels well enough to workout.
  • Warm soup or hot tea can soothe a sore throat.
  • Vitamin C & Zinc – stock up on foods high in these immune boosting properties
  • A soft tissue like that from Scotties can help alleviate nasal blockage and congestion.

Dr. Zinner says that the usual duration of illness ranges from 5 to 10 or more days, but most people begin to feel better within 24 or 48 hours after the onset of sore throat, runny nose and sniffles. The viruses that cause colds can be spread on the hands of infected persons to other individuals, so frequent hand washing is very useful to prevent transmitting the infection to others or catching a cold from an individual sufferer.

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  1. I wash my hands a LOT, and drink lots of Throat Coat tea. Staying hydrated helps so much!

  2. Kimberly Lorman says

    I normally take lots of vitamin c, drink lots of tea – and make sure I have a box of tissues with me where ever I go

  3. I battle my colds by taking a lot of Vitamin C and using my Scotties to wipe away all my sniffles!

  4. Jennifer Hiles says

    We use a vaporizer, lots of vitamin C. Drinking lots of fluids is important and of course chicken soup!

    • Jennifer Hiles says

      I think I forgot the most important one, washing your hands! I like to do that and then use hand sanitizer.

  5. deb preston says

    Keep a travel size sanitizer tucked somewhere on me – quick use after the tissues (Scotties of course)

  6. I use saline spray, lots of rest, and eat chicken noodle soup. Oh, and drink orange juice, too! Wash hands well to prevent the spread of germs to family members!

  7. susan quackenbush says

    Lots of sleep, excercise, and vitamins.-

  8. Lots of rest, keep tissues handy, use saline spray in my nose, and eat some chicken noodle soup. I also wash my hands very well!
    Amie Olson

  9. Barb Stenby says

    I am battling a cold as we speak. lots of fluids, hand sanitizer and mass amounts of tissues

  10. I use Vitamin C, odorless garlic, and Echinacea! Oh, and tons of tissues, vapor rub, and good ‘ol chicken soup! 🙂

  11. Tara Farhad says

    I drink lots of tea and soup, and try to rest. I also go through a ton of tissues and wash my hands to try and prevent it from spreading to my family.

  12. Breanna Pollard says

    Lots of hand washing, hot tea + lemon +honey, soups, and rest!

  13. I usually just sleep as much as I can, sanitize the house, and drink lots of water. With the kids, it’s hard sometimes. I want to be able to take care of them.

  14. We wash our hands and use hand sanitizer take lot’s of vitamin c
    and we use a lot of scotties tissues.

  15. Carol Yemola says

    Vitamin C, drink plenty of fluids, and HANDWASHING! I keep lots of Scotties on had too!

  16. Julie Wood says

    A lot of Hand washing, hot tea with lemons, Lots of Vitamin C and I use Scotties Tissues to keep the germs from speading!

  17. kimberly Snyder says

    I do a warm salt water gargle, drink plenty of fluids and vit C supplement

  18. sheNna Frame says

    I usually don’t take any meds when I’m sick. But when in need, I grab something on sale. But I always get tissues with lotion in them. I like to cuddle up with a blanket and watch a “chick flick” if I can get the little ones down for a nap. As far as food when sick. I don’t get time to eat soup, especially hot, because the kids always need something. So, its lots of water. For me.

  19. I take care of my family when the colds & flu hit home, I wash my hands alot, run them soothing baths, buy lots of Scotties, and O.J Thanks for the chance!

  20. I try to take extra Vitamin C and keep my hands clean, but you have to have a box of Scotties at your
    side at all times.

  21. I rest up and drink lots of fluids.

  22. Drink lots of fluids and rest!!

  23. Karen Hinkle says

    washing hands and using Lysol and chicken noodle soup and rest

  24. Heather Reiter says

    I take vitamins. Wish I could rest but I homeschool so a pocket full of tissues & sanitizer.

  25. Amanda Alvarado says

    Lots of handwashing and eating of oranges! We also take elderberry syrup daily!

  26. We wash our hands (alot) and do not touch our face.

  27. gloria patterson says

    I whine a lot ( live alone so that’s OK no one answers me), drink OJ and sleep. When I have a cold I can not get enough sleep.

  28. Jeanie Hicken says

    I very rarely get sick but when I do I make homemade chicken noodle soup.

  29. Water and more water. Drink a lot, wash hands a lot. Also, decongestant if absolutely necessary but I try to avoid those. A saline nose wash can help, and of course a good, soft tissue for the drips.

  30. I wash my hands a lot, drink a lot of fluids, and try to eat foods high in vitamins. I also take a decongestant if it gets bad enough. I regularly do a sinus rinse anyway because my sinuses are bad and allergies are terrible, but I definitely keep using it and will increase it to twice a day. I try to get more sleep, but that rarely happens.

  31. Kacee Nunez says

    I have a preemie so we have tons of Lysol and Hand Sanitizer. We have a humidifier and baby vicks.

  32. Amanda Buccieri says

    Tea & Honey!

  33. Linda Tupper says

    I wash my hands alot and when I get a cold I rest alot and drink fluids. I like soft tissues for my sore nose.

  34. plenty of hand washing, sneezing into the crook of the elbow instead of on the palm of hand, alot of orange juice and vitamin C and plenty of rest. Thats how i battle the cold and flu season

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