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Advil Pain and Fever

Posted by EB Product Panel , 16 April 2012 · 2601 views

Advil Pain and Fever understands that it can be distressing for  parents when kids are sick or experiencing pain. That's why they've developed  formulas to help to relieve children's pain fast and effectively. It's recommend to relieve pain across a wide range of conditions, including:

- fever

- earaches
- minor aches
- sore throats
- headaches
- cold and flu
- sprains and strains.

Advil Pain and Fever is available in infant drops, a concentrated  formula for infants from 3 months to 2 years, a suspension for children 2 to 12  years, as well as an innovative chewable tablet for children 2 years +.   You can read more on the Advil Pain and Fever website.

        (Always read the label. Use only as directed.  If symptoms persist see your healthcare  professional.  Incorrect use could be  harmful. ASMI  19868-0112)

Please let us know what you thought of Advil by answering the following questions in the comment section below:

- Had you heard of Advil before attending the morning tea?

- Would you consider using Advil for your children?

- Would you recommend the product to others?

- What did you enjoy most at the Essential Baby Advil Mums' Morning Tea?

Thanks for your time and we look forward to reading your review!




I had heard of Advil for adults but not children.  I have now used this product since the M/Tea for both myself & my children and liked it. I would recommend this produt to others, the kids loved the taste and it worked.  I loved the massage & nails at the M/tea and learning about new products.
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Had you heard of Advil before attending the morning tea? Adult Advil yes but not the childrens advil.

- Would you consider using Advil for your children?  Yes

- Would you recommend the product to others? Yes I would

- What did you enjoy most at the Essential Baby Advil Mums' Morning Tea?  The Morning tea was great, and liked the room arranged this way, last year it was not so easy to get around.  I loved the goodie bag and the massage and the quick nails.
One friend did comment that she missed the scones from the previous year.

Thanks for your time and we look forward to reading your review!
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- Had you heard of Advil before attending the morning tea?
I had not heard of the children's Advil

- Would you consider using Advil for your children?
Yes

- Would you recommend the product to others?
Yes

- What did you enjoy most at the Essential Baby Advil Mums' Morning Tea?
The venue, the goodie bags, the nibbles. The whole event is a great idea and I enjoyed catching up with the other mums and bubs however the sit down, long table format was not very baby friendly and a little bit uncomfortable with a wriggly one wanting to roam...
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Thanks for a lovely morning tea. It was great to meet other mums and learn about Advil. I didn't know that Advil made a product range for kids, so thanks for the info and free sample.

I used this for my daughter recently when she had a slight fever and was impressed that she actually liked the taste. It's always been difficult to get her to take medicine when needed. I'd definitely be buying this in future and have recommended Advil to friends.
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I had heard of Advil, but was unaware that they made kids pain relief. As it turns out, that afternoon of the morning tea, my daughter (14months) started to come down with a high fever and cough. She was really quite unwell so I decided to try out the Advil that we had been given. I was amazed at how quickly it worked. Within 10 minutes she was back to her normal self. We took her to the GP access clinic and found out she had croup, so we continued using the advil for the next few days as she recovered. I've since switched from panadol to Advil and have found it much more effective for her teething. Would definitely, and have already, recommended it to friends. Loved the morning tea, nibbles were great, and it was lovely having a chance for to my daughter to get her face painted and hang out with her cousin while I caught up with my sister in law. Thanks very much for the invite!
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I hadn't heard of Advil before attending the morning tea. Fortunatley I haven't had to give my daughter any medication to date, however now that we have Advil this will be the product that we will use should a situation arise where we were in need of pain relief. I would recommend it as a brand to other Mum's as it has been highly recommended by other Mum's that I have spoken to that have used it. My favourite part of the morning tea was having the opportunity to sit down and have a cup of tea and chat to other Mum's. It was so lovely to be able to sit down for long enough to have a cut of tea as my friend and I took turns in minding the kids. My other favouite aspects of the morning tea was the stunning location at Centennial Park - magnificant!!!
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