Boots

Boots

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234 Bath Rd., London Heathrow International Airport, Terminal 5, Harlington, Hayes Middlesex, United Kingdom
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UB3 5AP

The Heathrow outposts of this popular London healthcare emporium are designed to cater to the specific needs of air travelers. Busy airport denizens can stop in at Boots and find everything from medicines to cosmetics to fragrances. In fact, the store is home to a number of designer fragrance and cosmetic counters, including Loreal, Max Factor, and No. 7. In addition to toiletries, travelers can buy photo supplies, snacks and the latest issues of their favorite magazines. Boots also offers a number of health services, including flu vaccines and weight loss programs.

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