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Cold and flu season is in full swing and that means all the Dr. Mom’s of the house are surely working overtime. Children’s Advil® contains ibuprofen, the medicine pediatricians use most for their own kids’ fevers. When your child has a fever, you want effective relief you can depend on. Children’s Advil® provides unsurpassed fever relief: nothing relieves fever faster* or keeps it down longer – up to 8 hours of relief in just one dose.
-Children’s Advil® contains ibruprofin and provides up to 8-hours of relief
-Infants’ Advil® is available for infants ages 6 to 23 months, Children’s Advil® is intended for use in children ages 2 to 11 years. Jr.Strength Advil is intended for use in Children 6 to 11 years.
-Children’s Advil® is available in great tasting Bubble Gum, Grape, Blue Raspberry, Fruit and Dye-Free White Grape flavors. It is also available in convenient Grape Chewables and an easy-to-swallow small tablet. Infants’ Advil Drops® are available in dye-free white grape.
It is important to remember to always read and keep the cartons for complete warnings and dosing information on Children's Advil® products.
- Refer to and only use the dosing device and information that comes packaged with the medicine.
- If known, dose child based on weight, as this is the most appropriate method. If weight is not known, use
- age. Administer the appropriate dose preferably based on the weight of the child.
- Adult strength medicines should not be administered to children.
When used as directed parents can feel confident knowing that Children's Advil® is both safe and effective.
My Experience: I have always trusted Children's Advil for my children when they have had fevers. I was sent a kids’ fever relief kit from Children's Advil which included Children’s Advil® samples in Bubble Gum, Blue Raspberry and Dye-free White Grape, Coloring books and crayons, tissues and a toy doctor kit for my son, Braxton.
This kit could not have come at a better time! Just the day before yesterday, Braxton woke up with a fever. This is a kid who never gets sick! I was so thankful to have Children's Advil on hand to soothe my poor boy. He developed a sore throat and red, goopy eyes. He has had to stay home from school the last couple of days and will probably have to stay home tomorrow as well until he is healthy again. Until then, I am keeping his fever down with Children's Advil. It is also helping Braxton's sore throat to feel better. He really likes all of the flavors, but I think Bubblegum is his favorite! While he is laying low, the wonderful activity kit that Advil sent to us is truly coming in handy, keeping Braxton busy during these sick days he is having.
Visit Facebook.com/ChildrensAdvil to visit the online Feel Better Activity Center which offers activities to make a sick day a better day.
To learn more about Children’s Advil® or to print money saving coupons, please visit: http://childrens.advil.com/
Disclaimer: I received samples of this product to review and to keep. All opinions are my own.