Oscillo is Actress Jane Levy’s “Go-To” Medicine
We’ve all heard how stress can impact the immune system and inhibit your body’s ability to fight off infections. But for most people, even celebrities like Jane Levy, stress is inevitable and so are flu-like symptoms that need to be nipped in the bud before they interrupt daily routines.
“Oscillococcinum is my go-to when I feel I’m getting sick – and [it’s] saved me every time!” says Levy about Boiron’s Oscillo that works on symptoms such as fatigue, body aches, chills and fever.
Levy is best known for her current roles as Tessa Altman on the ABC comedy, “Suburgatory,” and as Mandy Milkovich on Showtime’s hit series “Shameless.” “Suburgatory,” also starring Jeremy Sisto and Carly Chaikin, airs Wednesdays at 8:30 p.m. on ABC.
P.S. Did you catch Boiron’s other Hollywood moment? Cyclease Cramp was recently featured in the big screen romantic comedy, “What’s Your Number?,” starring Anna Faris and Chris Evans. Colin (Evans) is talking to Ally (Faris) on the phone while using her bathtub, and a box of Cyclease tablets is sitting on the shelf. Boiron medicines are no stranger to Hollywood—let us know in the comments below or on our Facebook page if you have seen our products in films or television shows!