Calling All Dr. Mom’s Advil Giveaway open to US

Children's Advil Fever Reducer

With the joys of Mother Nature not being sure how exactly she wants to be, hot one day, cold the next, we are experiencing the joys of the ever present sniffle, snort, and cough. Along with those sniffles, snorts, and coughs comes a range of fevers and chills. It’s a joy. Not really.

Thanks to Advil sending me a whole little kit of Dr. Mom supplies including Children’s Advil Fever Reducer, coloring books, crayons, and a little doctor kit, I am well set to occupy the kids during a down day and fight off fevers while doing it!

I’ve used Children’s Advil for years when it comes to fevers. It’s been a reliable brand that has kept it’s dosages correct and kept their cost from skyrocketing. It’s sad to have to pay $10 for a little bottle of other brands.

I love that it is available in dye-free, since we have a red allergy in our home. And the dye free is in flavors the kids don’t cringe at. I was intrigued by the White Grape dye free Children’s Advil. I’d seen Bubblegum and regular grape (in a different brand), but the White Grape was a new one for me. Colton has claimed his dye free bottle and I think he’s anticipating a fever. He keeps talking about how badly he feels. LOLFeel better kit from Children's Advil

Children’s Advil contains Ibuprofen, which as most moms know, is the leading pediatrician recommended fever reducer for children. The Children’s Advil line comes in liquid (for infants and children), a chewable tablet, and a small easy to swallow pill. I will admit that I have never used the pill that they swallow. I didn’t even know it was an option for my older kids who are use to swallowing pills. Make sure that you follow dosage instructions on the different types you get. One brand of medicine may be different than the next, so make sure that you read the instructions on the Children’s Advil before giving it to your little one.

Children’s Advil can be purchased at your local drugstore or big box store like Wal-Mart or Target. I’ve seen costs vary from right around $3 a bottle to about $6 a bottle depending on where you purchase it at and if you catch it on sale.

Check out the fun activities available at the Children’s Advil® Feel Better Activity Center located on the Children’s Advil® Facebook page: Let me know what you think about the activities and what you do to keep your little occupied during a feel bad day.

Children’s Advil would really like to help you help your little one this cold and flu season. One lucky reader will receive three full sized bottles of Children’s Advil Fever Reducer.
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Disclosure: The Children’s Advil® product and information have been provided by Pfizer Consumer Healthcare. Any and all opinions implied or directly expressed are my own.


  1. says

    Advil is a life savor when little man is sick. His new thing is that he wants to be a doctor when he grows up and he has been carrying around his “doctor kit” which is my first aid box. #TooCute!

  2. says

    Children’s Advil was something that was always recommended by our pediatrician so we always kept some in the medicine cabinet just in case. What a great giveaway!

  3. says

    There were many days and nights I was thankful for Children’s Advil. I loved how it lasted longer than other fever reducers. We always had some on hand when the kids were smaller.

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