Disclosure: I was provided product samples to help facilitate this post. All opinions expressed here are strictly my own and were not influenced in any way. The Children’s Advil® product and information have been provided by Pfizer Consumer Healthcare.
Cold and flu season is in full swing right now. Although winter is (hopefully) winding down, the cold weather here in New England means colds, coughs, and fevers. I am probably jinxing myself, but we’ve had a relatively quiet winter as far as sickness goes in our house (some years are definitely worse than others). With that being said, though, I am pretty sure it’s impossible to go for an entire winter season around these parts without getting a cold. We’ve definitely had a few cases of the sniffles, but thankfully that’s it. As a mom I’m thankful for Children’s Advil. It is my go to medicine – especially when my boys have fevers. In my experience, it has always brought the fever down quickly and just one dose provides effective relief for up to 8 hours.
According to the folks from Children’s Advil, “there is nothing among OTC brands that relieves a fever faster or keeps it down longer (up to 8-hours of relief) than Children’s Advil. The medicine in Children’s Advil is the #1 pediatrician-recommended fever reducer and pain reliever”.
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.
Not sure which medicine your little one needs? Infants Advil is available for infants ages 6-23 months (available in dye-free white grape). Children’s Advil is for children aged 2-11 years and is available in several flavors, as well as chewables and an easy-to-swallow tablet. Jr. Strength Advil is intended for children 6-11 years old.
The next time you have a sick little one, be sure to check out all of the fun activities available at the Children’s Advil® Feel Better Activity Center located on the Children’s Advil® Facebook page! There you will find game ideas, craft, recipes and more. You will also find coupons for your next Children’s Advil purchase.
For more information on Children’s Advil, be sure to visit their website.