Children’s Advil joined us at our Holiday Mom Mixer to help us Moms gear up for the upcoming winter season – as we all know this time of year often brings fevers and sniffles for the kids as they swap germs constantly during the school year!
Among OTC pain relievers, nothing relieves fevers faster or keeps them down longer than Children’s Advil®, which provides up to 8 hours of relief in just one dose.
In addition to unsurpassed fever relief, ibuprofen, the medicine in Children’s Advil®, is the #1 pediatrician-recommended fever reducer/pain reliever.
We were so excited to have Children’s Advil showcase their products at our holiday Mom Mixer. Since Children’s Advil also wants to help Moms keep their little ones entertained and happy during those troubled sick days, they’ve created a Children’s Advil® Feel Better Activity Center for inspiration – you can check it out by visiting Facebook.com/ChildrensAdvil or www.ChildrensAdvil.com.
At our Mom Mixer event, Advil offered up massages for Moms – which my very own Mom enjoyed!
Children’s Advil also gifted all of our guests with wonderful coloring books that we can use to entertain our children when they’ve feeling under the weather – or whenever they need entertainment – Kenzie and Kyle enjoyed their coloring books on our recent 6 hour flight to California!
Children’s Advil® has a variety of products to fit your child’s age and flavor preference. Children’s Advil® Suspension is available for children ages two to eleven in five great liquid suspension flavors, including Grape, Blue Raspberry, Fruit, Dye-Free White Grape and the newest flavor, Bubble Gum. I hate when my kids are sick, but feel lucky to have such great treatment options – my children’s favorite flavors are the grape, blue raspberry, and the dye-free white grape.
And when children are ready to move on from liquid medicine or they if they just don’t like liquids, Children’s Advil® is also available in convenient Grape Chewables and an easy-to-swallow small tablet.
Dye-free Infants’ Advil® is available for children ages six months to twenty-three months.
Disclaimer: I am participating in a sponsored campaign hosted by Children’s Advil®. I received compensation for this post. While all opinions stated are my own, I make no claims about Children’s Advil® as a product or its effectiveness.