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16 Things To Spend Leftover FSA Dollars On At CVS

Don't let your FSA money go to waste. Stock up on skincare, first aid, and more!

The end of the year is quickly approaching and you just realized you haven't spent all of the money in your flexible spending account (or FSA, for short). Fear not! CVS has you covered with plenty of everyday healthcare items — like bandages, menstrual care products, and eye drops to name a few! — you can purchase with your FSA money.

Although some employees let your roll some money over into the next year and some offer a grace period, most of the time it's a "use it or lose it" policy. So make sure to check your plan to understand the rules for your FSA rules!

From skincare products to eye care to first aid essentials, and more, here are a few things to consider spending your leftover FSA dollars on:

1. This Biotrue Multi-Purpose Contact Lens Solution so you can keep your contacts clean and comfortable.

2. This CeraVe Face Renewing SA Cleanser that gently exfoliates and cleanses skin to remove dirt and oil for brighter skin in the new year.

3. This Abreva Docosanol 10% Cream Pump so that you're ready when your next cold sore strikes.

4. This 25-count box of CVS Health Surgical Face Masks so you can keep your car, tote, and home fully stocked with soft, disposable masks.

5. This Johnson & Johnson All-Purpose Portable Compact First Aid Kit that comes with ALL of the essentials so you can care for minor cuts, scrapes, and burns at home or on-the-go.

6. These Lumify Redness Reliever Eye Drops that are designed to reduce redness to help eyes appear whiter, brighter, and more radiant in just one minute.

7. This Aquaphor Advanced Therapy Healing Ointment that's small enough for your pocket or purse and will treat and prevent chapped lips, dry hands, minor burns, and more.

8. This CVS Health Extra Long Heating Pad that will help you get relief from neck, back, hand, shoulder, foot, and knee pain, whether your pain is caused by arthritis, working out, or just sleeping funny (ouch!).

9. This La Roche-Posay Effaclar Duo Dual Action Acne Treatment that's gentle enough for sensitive skin but can treat acne blemishes, blackheads, and whiteheads.

10. These individually wrapped CVS Health Microfiber Pre-moistened Lens Wipes for cleaning your glasses on-the-go without scratching them or fogging them up.

11. This Thayers Alcohol-Free Witch Hazel Toner that can cleanse, tone, moisturize, and balance the pH level of your skin if taking better care of your skin is your new year's resolution.

12. This 34-count box of unscented Tampax Pearl Tampons that has three absorbency levels in one box so you're *always* ready for your period.

13. This all-purpose CVS Diaper Rash Ointment that's a must-have for the treatment and prevention of diaper rash.

14. This CVS Health Rigid Tip Digital Thermometer that has a fever alarm, and reads your temperature within 30 seconds so you're ready during cold and flu season.

15. This 11-count of GoodNites Bedtime Bedwetting Underwear that offers nighttime protection for kids age 3–12 years old.

16. This Colgate Peroxyl Mouth Sore Rinse so you're always prepared to nip mouth irritation and oral sores in the bud.

All images courtesy of CVS

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