For symptoms from the flu and colds like aches, pains (headaches) or even tooth aches, Children’s Advil® Suspension helps reduce a child’s fever fast. It is great for kids age 2-11 and comes in several great-tasting flavors kids will like, including: Sugar-free Dye-free Berry, Bubble Gum, Grape, Blue Raspberry, Fruit and Dye-Free White Grape flavors.
Children’s Robitussin® DM Day/Night Pack
At times, the flu is around for more than just a few hours. It can go into overnight and even the next day. To help with those overnight hours when kids need to rest, Robitussin Day & Night Value Pack helps.
Formulated just for kids, Children’s Robitussin® DM Day/Night Pack (Children’s Robitussin® Cough & Chest Congestion for ages 4+ and Children’s Robitussin® Nighttime Cough for ages 6+) non-drowsy daytime formula helps break up chest congestion, while the long-acting nighttime formula relieves coughs and runny noses to help kids get the rest they need. The nighttime formula is for kids over 6 years old.
Children’s Dimetapp® Cold & Cough
For those times, when they are feeling bad and need something to help with a stuffy nose and wicked cough, Children’s Dimetapp® Cold & Cough helps tackle a child’s most bothersome symptoms. Children’s Dimetapp® Cold & Cough is for kids ages 6+ and comes is a delightful grape flavor.
Remember, when it comes to the health of you and your children, it is important to always read and keep the cartons and packaging to refer to any restrictions, warnings and dosing. Always use as directed. When in doubt, always confer with your family physician to assist with any questions or concerns you may have.We all off those “off days” and sometimes just don’t feel well. We like to be silly and laugh as much as we can with our kids, especially when they are little. Keeping Pfizer Pediatric Products on hand is just one way, as a mom, I can do to keep my family as comfortable as possible when germs take over. That way, we can get back to the fun and silly moments and show that cold it won’t keep us down.
To help you stock up on winter essentials for your family, we are giving away a great Pfizer Pediatric Prize Pack.
Your prize pack will include:
- $25 virtual visa gift card (can only be used for online purchases)
- (1) Children’s Advil® Suspension
- (1) Children’s Robitussin ® DM Day/Night Pack
- (1) Children’s Dimetapp® Cold & Cough
Giveaway is open to U.S. Residents, ages 18+ years of age (limited to one entrant per household).
The giveaway ends on 11/22/17.
Simply follow the Rafflecopter entry form below for your chance to win. Be sure to return tomorrow to complete the daily entries.
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Elicia p says
elderberry is a huge go to for our family in the winter months.. it helps so much.
Trisha Musgrave says
My holiday essentials are tissues, paper towel, and hand sanitizer!
Kayla Klontz says
My holiday essentials consist of lots of decorations and food and also plenty of meds just in case someone gets sick!
We always have tissues, soup, and tea on hand.
Jeanine Jones says
Hot tea!!! And gotta stock up on children’s medicine because cold season is definitely here!
Erin M says
Hot cocoa, good movies, and plenty of food.
Seyma Shabbir says
I always keep soups, teas, butter and flour on hand. Holidays are a time we get sick often too!
Sarah L says
copied the wrong tweet in the box. should be: https://twitter.com/slehan/status/932497513143083014
Patricia Crowley says
Lots of apple cider and hot cocoa!
Angelina Linan says
We always need coffee, tea, hot chocolate, cold medicine, cough drops, soups and tissues.
Dawn Monroe says
We use our humidifier a lot and Chapstick.
Some of my holiday essentials are a nice dinner, family and friends gathered around the house.
Ashley C says
Our humidifier is our holiday staple!
Scotties and Vitamin C
jeanette sheets says
tree,family and god
Soha Molina says
Gifts and a tree.,
wen budro says
My holiday essentials are family, great food, and looking at Christmas lights. I also stock up on kleenex and cough drops.
Jeremy McLaughlin says
Holiday essentials are ham gravy fruit and deserts.
We like family get togethers, a Christmas tree, and special foods for the holidays.
Karen Giasson says
One of my holiday essentials is to make homemade breads. My children and grandchildren love to munch on these while waiting for dinner, lol.
Holly Thomas says
My holiday essential is egg nog.
Chris L says
Elderberry concentrate is a holiday essential in my house.
We try to have great food and drinks for the holidays. We also keep facial tissues, meds, and stay hydrated to avoid getting sick.
Heather DeLuna says
My holiday essentials are a container of tums for all the food we eat. Also a nice, comfy seat to relax in after all the festivities and, yes I said it, FOOD!
Lisa Garland says
My granddaughter has gotten sick at leasrb3 times already. My essentials are cold medicine, fever medicine and some puffs plus and pedialyte.
kelly nicholson says
Leave a comment below telling us what some of your holiday essentials are.
cranberry sauce and christmas music thsanks
Jen R says
Some of my holiday essentials are snack foods, sweets, and alcohol.
Sarah L says
I like to have plenty of tissues, essential oils and good sleep.
Thanks for the contest.
Tammy Woodall says
During this happy time of year, many family members become sick with colds or flu. I make sure we have flu & cold medicines, Kleenex, and ask that they wash their hands often. We also stock our refrigerator and freezer with all the family favorites (Turkey, ingredients to make Dressing, Yams, the list could go on and on) so we are prepared for Thanksgiving and Christmas.
My holiday essentials are all kinds of food and drinks, because all our family spend holidays here. And with no time for someone to get sick we keep the medicine cabinet full.
ellen beck says
Our essentials are plenty of Kleenex, chicken noodle soup a cozy blanket and cough syrup.
Laurie Nykaza says
For the holidays I always keep lots of goodies on hand to serve my guest if someone drops by. Drinks are a must have so I stash them all in a cabinet too so I’m always ready for guest.. I love to shop Whole foods for amazing cheese and other fresh baked goods too.
Some of my holiday essentials are tissues, Advil and disinfectant spray. I like to try to prevent everyone from getting sick, but want to be ready if they do get sick.
Kim Avery says
My holiday essentials are always Advil for the headaches and some kind of cough & cold medicine because I’m bound to get sick sooner or later!
elizabeth miller says
Our holiday essentials include potatoes, gravy, turkey, ham, seafood, fruit, vegetables, eggs, pies, and eggnog.
KENNETH OHL says
I have cold medicine vitamin C and cough syrup
Jodi W says
Holiday essentials are warm clothes and family
Sarah VM says
Some of my holiday essentials are vitamin C, chicken noodle soup, and tissues. 😉