As a mother of three I try my best to make sure I am taking care of my children. Parenting is something that you continue to learn and grow at the years go by and you are in different situations. From day one you are learning and try to find the right things for your children. For example when you I gave birth to my first I just knew I wanted to breast feed, I tried everything to get her to latch on but nothing worked, eventually I gave in and she was on formula, about three weeks on formula she started to have digestive problems, after trying over five different kinds of formula we ended up having to feed her Nutramigen because she had an allergy to cow’s milk. My second child was breast-fed for two years and my third was a regular formula baby. They all were different in this aspect and it was a learning experience to know what they all liked. It wasn’t like that however when we were learning about fever reducer. I tried all the brands on the market and even some store brands but the one thing I learned from the first to the third is that I can relieve fevers fast with Children’s Advil.
Here are some facts about Children’s Advil*
- The active ingredient in Children’s Advil is ibuprofen, the #1 pediatrician-recommended fever reducer/pain reliever.
- Provides up to 8-hours of relief.
- Infants’ Advil is available for infants ages 6-23 months, Children’s Advil is intended for use in children ages 2-11 years. Jr strength Advil is intended for use in children 6-11 years.
- Children’s Advil is available in great tasting Grape, Blue Raspberry, Fruit, and Dye-Free White Grape flavors. It’s also available in convenient Grape Chewables and an easy to swallow small tablet. Infants’ Advil Drops are available in dye-free white grape.
- It’s important to remember to always read and keep the cartons for complete warnings and information on Children’s Advil Products.
- Only use the dosing device that comes packaged with the medicine.
- If known, does child based on weight as this is the most appropriate method. If weight is unknown, 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.
*Facts provided to me via the Children’s Advil Baby First Year Program.
I’ve been using Infant and Children’s Advil with my children since our pediatrician recommended it for our daughter and continued to use it with our other children and recommend it to family and friends. It’s a brand we trust and we know it works for us.
During cold and flu season I know that Infant and Children’s Advil with help me relieve fevers fast.
Disclosure: Thank you to Children’s Advil® for providing samples, product information and gift pack.