Health & Wellness

Tiffany Natural Pharmacy in Westfield: Serving the Needs of You and Your Family

June 13, 2014 at 10:04 AM

WESTFIELD, NJ — Tiffany Natural Pharmacy, a family-owned and operated full-service pharmacy, has been in business for over 50 years. In addition to offering individualized compounding and traditional prescription dispensing and supplies, the staff is totally committed to quality care, patient support and unconditional respect for patient privacy. 

“With your physician’s consent, we are able to change medication formulas to make it easier for the patient to ingest or even apply,” said Brian Pinto, Registered Pharmacist and Proprietor. “We are also able to add flavor to the compounding to make the medication more palatable. We prepare medication using several unique delivery systems, such as rapid dissolve tablets, lozenges or transdermal creams.                               

“As a staff, we recognize that your pet’s health is just as important as your own. And with that thought, we encourage you to bring your pet’s prescriptions to Tiffany Natural Pharmacy. In addition to friendly, courteous service, you can always expect high quality professional care each and every time you visit.”

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In addition to serving your health care needs, Tiffany Natural Pharmacy offers an extensive selection of over- the-counter-items, as well as a complete line of gifts from companies such as San Francisco, Music Box, Demdaco, Santa Barbara Design Studios, Bean Pod Candles and more. They also pride themselves on offering a full line of designer greeting cards, gift bags and gorgeous wrappings for your every purchase.

Park your car in their convenient parking lot and enter the friendly, courteous atmosphere. Stop to look around at all of the delightful merchandise, then head to any one of their freestanding showcases that literally brims with stunning rings, necklaces, earrings, evening bags, teeny change purses and stackable bracelets to wear for fun  and for dressing up.

Check out the adorable felt flowers that you can pop into huge containers, or set-out on your porch, patio or even in your den. 

And just as you enter the back door of Tiffany Natural Pharmacy, you’ll see an entire wall of Yankee Candles smartly priced for purchase. Shoppers always appreciate the variety and sale prices at Tiffany’s. 

Then there are picture frames for any and all occasions. Frames for every single memorable event, and frames that you can easily present as favors for a shower, engagement, birthday or bachelor party or to anyone who has made a difference in your life. 

For a very special gift, check out the lifelike Willow Tree Figurines that arrive in their very own gift boxes. And then there are the cuddly, stuffed animals, stunning pillows, gorgeous throws, wind chimes, stone wall plaques and toy ponies for your sweet little toddler. 

Known for their enormous greeting card selection, you’ll find just what you’re looking for to honor an engagement, wedding, birthday, thank-you cards, business cards, cards and gifts for Father’s Day, baby showers, get-well cards and so much more for everyone and every occasion. 

Look for their gorgeous scarves and reading glasses. There are customers who simply can’t live without them. Customers love the styles, colors, and even the glass cases.

Tiffany Natural Pharmacy is located at 1115 South Avenue West in Westfield. Call 908-233-2200 and visit their website at

Editor's Note: Tiffany Natural Pharmacy is an advertiser on To learn more about becoming an advertiser, call 917-676-2302 or email

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