This post has been sponsored by Pfizer Consumer Healthcare. All thoughts and reviews are my own.
It was just a couple weeks ago that I posted on social media that I had went through the entire 2016 year without getting sick once. My kids got sick, but I got lucky. 2017 hasn’t been as kind and we are all battling something. I know how painful having a sinus infection is and can’t bear the thought of my 8 and 13 year olds having to suffer. Enter my 3 secret weapons:
Children’s Advil®, a great solution for kids as young as 2 and up to 11. .
Children’s Robitussin® Extended-Release 12 Hour Cough Relief to control and relieve symptoms all-day or all- night.
Children’s Dimetapp(® Multi-Symptom Cold Relief Dye-Free eases your child’s stuffy and runny nose, while quieting a bothersome cough.
Okay for me, finding medicine is tricky because I don’t want to have to buy two sets of medicines for each kid but I can’t simply give my teen daughter medicine made for children. That is why I love Children’s Dimetapp(® Multi-Symptom Cold Relief and Children’s Robitussin® Extended-Release 12 Hour Cough Relief because they aren’t just made for a younger age group. Also, my 8 year old son isn’t quite ready to swallow pills so having liquid Ibuprofen for his age is the perfect solution to ease his headaches and body aches.
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