The Infants’ Advil® product and information have been provided by Pfizer Consumer Healthcare.
As my girls get older one thing that has always been constant in our house is the use of Children’s and Infant Advil. I remember how painful it was when my girls teeth started first coming in and the Infant’s Advil really helped a ton! In fact I remember one Christmas when Leah was a baby and we were in Texas visiting my in laws. Leah started screaming and crying and would not go back to sleep, then I noticed my poor baby was cutting 6 brand new teeth all at once! I tried a cold wash cloth, teething toys etc. The only thing that seemed to help her was the Infant Advil! It didn’t take away all of her pain but it really minimized it and helped her and Mommy get a great nights sleep!
“When your infant is experiencing aches, pains or a fever, you want effective relief you can depend on. Infants’ Advil® provides unsurpassed pain relief for babies 6-23 months that not only brings fever down faster, but it keeps it down longer with less medicine than Infants’ Tylenol®1, so both baby—and mom—can get relief.
– Infants’ Advil® contains ibuprofen, the medicine pediatricians use most for their own
– Offers parents a simple, effective solution to relieve their babies’ pain with up to 8-
hours of relief in just one dose.
– Soothes at the SourceTM* to reduce fevers and relieve the aches and pains babies
experience from fevers and teething.” (Press Release)
I absolutely love the products sent from Nuk and Children’s Advil! I know with the new baby coming that Infant’s Advil and the Nuk Soothasaurus will come in pretty handy! The Nuk Soothasaurus is a great way to get babies and kids to play while the dino toy soothes and calms baby.
“NUK® Soothasaurus® aids in infants’ sensory development by stimulating all five senses –
- Produces an engaging sound when squeezed –
- Available in two bright colors with black and white contrasts to stimulate vision
– Soothes and calms
– Features a unique softness that is fun to touch” (NukWebsite and Press Release)
I also really love the Children’s Advil. Leah ever since she was little gets excruciating growing pains all the time. Some nights she wakes up in the middle of the night crying because her legs hurt her so bad. She absolutely loves Children’s Advil and will always take her medicine not only because it helps but because it tastes good too!
“When your child has a fever, you know what it’s like to wait it out. Children’s Advil®Suspension reduces fever fast*. It lasts longer*, too – up to 8 hours with just one dose. And Children’s Advil® also relieves aches and pains.” (Advil website)
Nuk and Children’s Advil have come up with some great ideas for helping a teething baby!
“Let’s be real: Teething is unavoidable, and it can really bite, but it doesn’t have to if parents are prepared and
armed with simple and effective solutions that can soothe teething pain at the source. Try these mom-tested
tips to help relieve teething pain and get both parent and baby back to a normal schedule that is full of smiles
1. Give it a Wash! Dip a clean washcloth in cold water or breast milk and let baby chew away. The chill
and pressure help ease the aching.
2. Try a Rub! Gently rub your baby’s gums with a clean finger to soothe sore gums, or try a temple
massage, which can be a calming distraction and ease the pain radiating from baby’s mouth.
3. Go Right to the Source! For example, try BPA-free teethers like the NUK® Soothasaurus® which babies
love to chew on and has an adorable squeaking sound. Or, try Infants’ Advil® Drops to safely relieve
teething pain for up to 8 hours.*
4. Get your Drool Tools! Teething babies drool—a lot. Keep lots of washcloths on hand and remove drool
frequently from your child’s chin to avoid irritation or a rash. Don’t forget to put petroleum jelly on
your baby’s chin to protect his skin.
5. Keep it Cool! If your baby’s eating solids, offer cold soft foods—like applesauce or yogurt— that
6. Munch and Crunch! Some babies like to munch on crunchy textures, like teething crackers, biscuits, or
wafers. The gnawing provides pressure that helps ease aching gums.
7. Try Something Different! Some babies like smoother textures, while some babies like teethers on the
bumpier side. When it comes to soothing those sore gums, having a few texture options might be the
perfect fit for your little one.
8. Hold Down the Crib! Have you noticed little bite marks on your baby’s crib rails? He’s gnawing on them
to reduce teething pain. Protect him from swallowing little wood chips by covering the rails with
teething crib guards, which you can find at baby stores.
9. Distract your baby! When nothing seems to help, take baby’s mind off the teething pain. For example,
try a change of scenery or activity, like going outside or give them a bath.
10. Take a breather! If your child isn’t the only one feeling cranky and stressed, take some time for
yourself and ask family or friends for help.” (Nuk & Advil Press Release)
For all of your kids aches and pains make sure to turn to Children’s Advil! Please visit www.childrens.advil.com!
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