Monday, March 10, 2014

Children’s Advil is YOUR Fever Reducer (product review and giveaway)

Disclosure / Disclaimer: I received this product, free of charge, from Children’s Advil. Product and information have been provided by Pfizer Consumer Healthcare, for review purposes on this blog. No other compensation, monetary or in kind, has been received or implied for this post. Nor was I told how to post about it. As with any medical or health related product, consult your doctor before using, and remember what works for me might not work on you, as we are all human, aka different body chemistries!


Don't you just LOVE this 'Spring' weather? 

Cold as heck one day, with heaters on full blast, and then 2 days later it's humid and HOT, and you have to run the ac units. 

Your central units aren't the only ones feeling the pain of changing temperatures- our bodies are trying to keep up, while being bombarded by germs everywhere.

 Yup- it's Spring and that means cold and flu season is in full swing. It doesn't matter how many fruits abd Vitamin C you can get into your kid, or healthy they are eating- kids love to share things like pencils and pens, and that means the germs are coming your way! It also means that the Dr. Mom’s of the house are going to be working some serious overtime keeping up! At least you can rest easy knowing Advil has you covered from infanthood to adulthood! 

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As the fever reducer that has the medicine pediatricians use most for their own kids’ fevers, Children’s Advil is here to help you survive the Spring onslaught and treat your child’s fever quickly, and with it's long-lasting formula, to get them back to feeling like kids again. With fast fever relief that lasts up to 8 hrs, Children’s Advil  is the medicine you can trust to bring relief to your child. 

Did you know that Children's Advil Suspension Formula (for ages 2-12), now comes in not one, 
but FIVE flavors?

childrens advil flavors

Yup- you can now get it in Grape, Fruit, Blue Raspberry, Dye-Free White Grape and now Bubble Gun Flavor!

We were recently sent a Children's Advil kids’ fever relief kit, which included: the 3 flavors shown above (Bubble Gum, Blue Raspberry and Dye-free White Grape). We ended up having to use the Children's Advil within a day of receiving our kit (!!), and Miss Grace gives the Bubble-Gun flavor a huge thumbs up! You know whenever your kid LIKES the medicine taste, it is a WHOLE lot easier to get it down! 2 days later we had to use it again (thank you Spring weather), and we tried the Blue Raspberry and she declared it her second favorite! I love how long lasting the Children's Advil is- it is so nice to not have to wake up a sleeping child to give them their next dose! And it always seems to work so quickly, that only 2 doses seem to ever be needed for Miss Grace's fevers! That's something we both LOVE!

childrens advil activoty kit

I was quite happy to have the additional products Children's Advil sent us,  to keep her busy in bed, while the fever reducer worked! All kids love playing doctor, and since the release of a certain kid's cartoon on a kids channel, Miss Grace loves doctoring up her stuff toys and dollies! Unfortunately her previous kit has lost it's pieces here and there over the past 2 years, so she was thrilled to have a new kit (and sends big thanks to Children's Advil for it!). 

Did you know that there are also fun activities available at the Children’s Advil Feel Better Activity Center,  on the Children’s Advil Facebook page? Activities like making homemade clay, spinners and fun food items, can help a sick day go by quicker and keep your kids occupied! There are even coupons for Duncan Hines and Children's Advil products are the page too! Three cheers for Children's Advil right?

childrens advil feel better activity center button

And how about three cheers for three bottles of Children's Advil for one lucky BTHM reader?
With three bottles, you're sure to get through flu and cold season!





Be sure to check out the Children's Advil webpage for a money saving coupon too!








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