Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Review and Giveaway: Pedia Care Children's Fever Reducer



Now that the season has changed to Fall, it's getting cooler and I have one big concern on my mind, well actually two. The dreaded allergies and the non-stop colds that I know my children are going to suffer through! My kids are now at the age where they can take actual over the counter medications for their ailments so I was thrilled to get the chance to try out two products from the Pedia Care line!


Introducing an expanded line of safe and effective medicines from the trusted brand for children, PediaCare® – with and without acetaminophen -- for children and infants -- that addresses most sick-child situations: cough, cold, allergy, flu, congestion, fever and pain. Product offerings, in kid-pleasing flavors, match the formulations of other recalled brands and are arriving in stores just in time for the cold/flu season. In particular, PediaCare Infant and Children’s fever and pain reducers are a great solution for moms wanting a branded acetaminophen alternative. 

 Need help to determine which medicine is best for your child based on his/her symptoms? Download PediaCare’s free iPhone app, then check off your child’s symptoms and PediaCare will help you determine which product is best for your child based on the symptoms they need relief of.  PediaCare is putting the key to your child’s comfort at the tip of your fingers. The iPhone application is not diagnostic but a shopping tool, to help make a trip to the pharmacy a little bit easier and will launch October 1st and available for free download at www.pediacare.com





My Take: I received the PediaCare Children's Fever Reducer/Pain Reliever (dye free in grape) for ages 2-11 and the PediaCare Children's Fever Reducer Plus Multi-Symptom Cold in grape for ages 4-11. My kids were too young for the multi-symptom cold version so I gave it to a friend with older kids. She said she has used it once and was happy with it. Her kids loved the taste and it seemed to work just as well as the other products she uses. Luckily, I have only used the Fever Reducer/Pain Reliever once with my kids! I agree that it works just as well as the other brands and this is great news. The kids actually even loved the taste more than the medicine that I previously used with them. What I love is they have a weight chart along with the age chart on the back for dosage information. I know many doctors will tell you now to go by weight instead of age. In my instance my daughter is in the 98th percentile for her age so if I went by her age I wouldn't be giving her the right dosage! Another thing I loved was the dosage cup. It was clear instead of that hard to see clouded plastic cups. It was easy to read the dosage amount. All in all I would definitely recommend this to other parents. 

Buy it: PediaCare products retail for approximately $6.99 for a 4 oz. bottle, and are available at drugstores, supermarkets and retailers nationwide. For more information about PediaCare products, visit www.pediacare.com

Win it: Pediacare is also providing one of these bottles as a giveaway prize to one lucky reader. This giveaway will begin on September 28 and end on October 13. It is open to the US only. The winner will be chosen via random.org and notified by email. They will then have 48 hrs to respond before another winner is chosen. 
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31 comments:

  1. Unfortunately, we use it when our little one gets a fever.

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  2. I follow Mommy's Free Time on Facebook.

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  5. i use equate childrens pain relief.
    ecaterina28@gmx.com

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  6. i follow u on facebook
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  7. I use a prescription cold medicine when my daughter is sick.

    felecia@twinoaksfl.org

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  8. email subscriber

    felecia@twinoaksfl.org

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  9. I use Walmart's private label brand, Equate.
    Alicia Webster
    5webs@comcast.net

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  10. We use hyland's homeopathic, and children's ibuprofen.
    Jennifer, jennem22 at yahoo dot com

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  11. Triaminic
    jdrombo at yahoo dot com

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  12. Doctor MOM
    natatheangel at yahoo com

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  13. we use motrin on our 2 kids right now.
    tcogbill at live dot com

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  14. i get your emails
    tcogbill at live dot com

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  15. I use kids nyquil right now.
    Thanks for the chance.
    mogrill@comcast.net

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  16. my son luckily has the immune system of a bull and has only been sick a couple of times and all minor. (go figure for someone who does vaccinate) when he did run a fever we used motrin.

    jennifer.lleras@gmail.com

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  17. I have motrin from the last time my babies were sick

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  18. I like you on fb.... rebecca peters

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  19. I use baby Tylenol drops for my son. tylerpants(at)gmail.com

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  20. I'm an email subscriber. tylerpants(at)gmail.com

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  21. I'm currently using Triaminic Day Time Cold & Cough when my daughter is sick!

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  22. we use generic cold medicine for my daughter, I would love to try this. suelee1998 @ gmail.com

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