In this section, TheFreeSite.com offers a roundup of free health products. Here, we offer beauty items, cosmetics, hygiene products, vitamin samples, haircare product samples, medicine items, skin care samples, vegan items, and more.
Can't afford dental coverage? This site offers over 2,600 listings for free (and discounted) dental care facilities from across the United States. Many of the listings are for non-profit agencies or university clinics that offer free, or sliding scale, assistance. To get started, click on your state on the U.S. map and then access your city (or, if you live in a small town, the nearest large city to where you live).
Teens, ages 15 to 18 can work out for free at Planet Fitness, now through Sept. 1, 2019. To participate, you'll need to come in with a parent or guardian to sign up. Online signups not available. See site for details. (U.S. and Canada only, not valid in Puerto Rico).
At this site, you either request or print out a poster that includes a list of vet-approved tips to care for your dog's health and safety. The poster is available as a PDF file that you can download and output on your printer. If you don't have a printer, you can request a printed copy (SASE required). Free printouts are also available for veterinarians who'd like to give away the posters.
Do you need health care, but can't afford it? This nonprofit organization offers detailed information about free clinics in the U.S. The info on free clinics includes both dental and medical clinics. Besides free clinics, you'll also find info on sliding scale, income-based and low-cost clinics (examples that include medical school clinics).
Follow the instructions at this site to get information about free skin cancer screenings in your area. If there are no screenings in your area, sign up with the site's email alerts, which will notify you when a screening is scheduled within 50 miles of your ZIP Code. (U.S. only).
Are you going through a challenging time, or just need someone to talk to? This site offers free emotional support via anonymous online text chat with trained volunteer listeners, who are available 24/7.
Follow the instructions to request a free "Bragg Health Facts Info Package" that includes sample packets of Bragg Sprinkle & Sea Kelp Delight seasonings, and Bragg Premium Nutritional Yeast. Limit: one sample package per household. Allow at least 14 days for delivery. (U.S. postal addresses only).
Scroll to the bottom of the page and access the "Get your free sample" link and follow the instructions to request a sample of Angel's Touch topical analgesic, which offers "fast pain relief." One sample per household. (U.S. only).
Follow the instructions to request a free sample of Depend Guards and Shields for Men. Guards "offer protection from larger surges" and Shields "help manage drips and dribbles." The sample includes two Guards, two Shields, an info brochure and a $3 coupon and shopper card. (U.S. only).
Follow the instructions to request a free, colorful vegetarian informational poster that offers info about Vegetarian Awareness Month. You can either order a printed poster (U.S. only) or you can output a poster from your printer.
Follow the instructions at this site to see if you qualify for a "no cost" eye exam. The exams are offered through volunteer ophthalmologists "often at no out-of-pocket cost" by EyeCare America, a public service program of the Foundation of the American Academy of Ophthalmology.
Are you trying to lose weight? This popular site offers a free calorie counter as well as access to a massive nutrition and calorie database that covers over 5 million foods. MyFitnessPal is also available as a smartphone app for Android and iPhone.
Do you find it hard to read road signs? Is text blurry when you read? This site offers a free online eye exam (along with detailed instructions) that lets you check your eyesight. You can also download a free eye chart.
Follow the instructions at this site to see if you qualify for free birth control. Bedsider is an online birth control support network for women 18-29 operated by The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy. (U.S. only).
Under this program, participating optometrists provide a comprehensive infant eye assessment between 6 and 12 months of age as a no-cost public service. This site offers info about how you can locate a doctor in your area who can provide the free infant assessment.