Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Children's Advil - Smiley360 Mission!

We received a package of Children's Advil through the Smiley360.com Children's Advil Mission! 
Infants' & Children's Advil
Children's Advil® is the #1 Selling Children's Fever Brand. You can feel confident knowing that Infants' Advil and Children's Advil are safe and effective when used as directed.

It is important to remember: 
  • Always read and keep the cartons for complete warnings and information on Infants' Advil and Children's Advil products
  • Only use the dosing device that comes packaged with the medicine
  • Use only as directed

Infants' Advil Concentrated Drops are recommended for babies between the ages of 6 months and 23 months. Infants' Advil is a fever reducer, relieves minor aches and pains due to the common cold, flu, headaches and toothaches. Also relieves pain from teething.

Children's Advil Suspension Liquid is recommended for children between the ages of 2 years old and 11 year old. Children's Advil is a fever reducer, pain reliever for minor aches and pains due to the common cold, flu, sore throat, headaches and toothaches.

Jedilynn (7 years old) has been complaining about a toothache. Her tooth hurts enough that she often brings home a note from the school nurse stating that she was in the nurses office complaining about her tooth hurting. While I normally would not give medicine to her for a toothache, I rather give her just ONE dose of Children's Advil  and have her be pain free through out the school day. This way her tooth pain is not interrupting her classmates and teacher or her own education. Just one dose of Children's Advil in the morning before school and she returned home from school still pain free, no note from the school nurse, no class interruptions, just a smooth school day!

I have also used Infants' and Children's Advil for Cade, who is 2.5 years old as a fever reducer and teething pain relief. Unfortunately, Tylenol, Advil, Ibuprofen, NONE of those give Ezio, my 13 month old any relief from fevers or teething pain. Ezio is resistant to these types of pain relief for minor aches and pains just as my fiancee and other family members of his are resistant to these types of medicine along with many others. 

I personally prefer Advil or Ibuprofen to Tylenol for my children and myself. They work better, fast and last longer! If we use Tylenol it starts to wear off after only about 3 hours.

If you are unsure about using Infants' Advil or Children's Advil talk to your pediatrician or pharmacist. Also, look for fever resources and high value coupons at your pediatrician's office. I'm able to find coupons at almost every visit to our pediatrician's office. You can also ask your pediatrician if they have any samples, which they often do!

Visit Children's Advil and Infants' Advil for more information. Also follow them on Facebook for COUPONS and Sweepstakes!

Disclosure: I received a free sample from Smiley360 in exchange for this review. All opinions are my own. 

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