Prepare for Cold Season with Pfizer Pediatric Products – Win Prize Pack $25 Visa GC #HolidayGerms #SickJustGotReal #ad

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It is that time of year again where the cold bug likes to rear its ugly head as the temperatures drop outside. In our house, it is inevitable that one of us is going to catch a cold during winter months. I don’t want that to deter us from having an amazing and memorable holiday season. That is why I assure that I have plenty of Pfizer Pediatric Products on hand.Kids are back in school and that means I need to have a well-stocked medicine cabinet, as you never know when those cold symptoms will show up. Having medicines like Children’s Dimetapp, Robitussin and Children’s Advil are just one small way I can let my kids know how much I care. When sick gets real, these products from Pfizer Consumer Healthcare are there with us to get us through those miserable days and nights of not feeling good. Let me give you a bit of information about each product and why they work well for kids of various ages.

Children’s Advil® Suspension

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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Comments

  1. i love having alots of blankets

  2. Sherrie Cruson says:

    If you have kids or grandchildren It’s definitely the season to keep All three of these medicines on hand. I always had Dimetapp and Robitussen on hand when my boys were little.

  3. ellen beck says:

    Klenex. soups, and warm blankets are our cure for the colds that and plenty of rest.

  4. Lynnsey Maguire says:

    Baking stuff, tissues , chapstick

  5. Eileen Richter says:

    Oh my gosh, that photo is SO funny! We have two little grand daughters just a couple blocks away. They get so sick over the late fall and winter. It’s nice that these pediatric products also have non drowsy. Because even when not in school, it’s not fun for them to be so dragged down when at day care. The old products for my own kids were not so. I have a daughter who is in her 20s and will use kids products because they are liquid and taste better than adult once. lol.

  6. I couldn’t survive the winter season without these products!

  7. Linda Manns Linneman says:

    These are awesome products. We keep several of these on hand all the time. Thank you so much for sharing. God Bless

  8. Linda Manns Linneman says:

    These are such great products to have on hand for the flu and cold season. Thank you so much for sharing these. God Bless

  9. Eileen Richter says:

    My holiday season good health essentials are antiseptic wipes to do a once over of door knobs, bathroom, faucets, etc. Vitamin c tabs. Extra juices. ORganic lemon and honey to make hot “tea” for sore throats.

  10. Children’s Dimetapp® Cold & Cough would be important to have handy at this time of year.

  11. Emily Smith says:

    Tissues, apple cider, cozy slipper socks, and soup are essentials for us.

  12. Sherrie Cruson says:

    It’s always good to have Dimetapp and Robitussen on hand. I don’t think I’ve tried Children’s Advil before though but I’m sure it works great. I like that it comes in a variety of kid friendly flavors too.

  13. I recommend parents to keep on stock at least Tylenol or other fever reducer for your little ones, especially during cold and flu season.

  14. I’m keeping my medicine cabinet stocked and ready with these products hate to go through the holidays with a cold.

  15. Jessica Miranda says:

    Time to stock up again. Great pic lol

  16. We have been doing extra hand washing and healthy foods. Sure hope we can stay healthy.

  17. Linda Manns Linneman says:

    These are great products to have on hand for our family this time of year. Thank you so much for sharing these just in time for flu and cold season. God Bless

  18. Nichole Smith says:

    Advil, tissues, orange juice and lots of love and patience

  19. Children’s Robitussin® DM Day/Night Pack sound like a product that we should all keep in our homes during the winter.

  20. My essentials for around the holidays is tissues, cough drops and usually some 7up or stomach friendly drinks for nighttime sicknesses,

  21. Sherrie Cruson says:

    Dimetapp and Robitussen were always in my medicine cabinet when my children were little.

  22. Perlita Mata says:

    my holiday essentials is to always have snacks and drinks for the kiddos and the family coming over and also having a stocked first aid kit and medicine cabinet for whatever might be needed

  23. It’s that time of year. Lots of sniffles, coughs, runny noses. Always a good idea to keep these essentials on hand.

  24. Nicole Martin says:

    Christmas cookies and egg nog!

  25. Linda Manns Linneman says:

    Cold and flu season is upon us. These are some great products and I always keep some of these on hand. Thank you so much for sharing these great products. God Bless

  26. Pfizer has a lot of terrific products and I use many of them. Advil is always in my home.

  27. Susan Smith says:

    We always have these products in our medicine cabinet.

  28. Erin Carty says:

    Tissues, Cough Drops and Advil!!

  29. Sarah Hayes says:

    essential oils and tissues are a must for us

  30. Sherrie Cruson says:

    My children caught cold’s pretty often and Dimetapp was always on hand in my house when my kids were little.

  31. WE have to have family and friends around and we always drink egg nog and listen to Christmas carols and play games.

  32. Would love to win these products! Definitely a must for cold season!

  33. Birdie Skolfield says:

    Holiday essentials are plenty of paper towels for messes and Vitamin C to keep us IMUNE

  34. A fever reducer.

  35. Diane Therkildsen says:

    My holiday essentials include good food

  36. Some of my holiday essentials are tape, good music and frozen appetizers.

  37. With grandkids that visit frequently, I always try to have these products in my medicine cabinet just in case.

  38. Michelle Elizondo says:

    So many keep getting sick, bless you all.

  39. Audrey Stewart says:

    We always use the vaporizer for a stuffy nose.

  40. We also make sure to have tissue and cough drops on hand. Dimetapp is our go to.

  41. Lisa Garland says:

    All these are great products, I’ve had to stock up already for my granddaughter, she had been sick a couple times.

  42. Jeanne Coulombe says:

    Lots of extra food and medication for the family cause it never fails someone is always sick around the holdays

  43. Jay Jackson says:

    A must for us are our kitchen utensils, we do a lot of cooking.

  44. great to have.

  45. Dan Dykstra says:

    My holiday essentials are to not get wrapped up in the rat race of the season but to enjoy the reason we celebrate each day.

  46. Lisa Brown says:

    I keep Dimmetap on hand in the meds cabinet ready for cold and fue season.

  47. We definitely have a lot of these medications in our home and have used most of them for years. Terrific products.

  48. Mendy Dinsmore says:

    My holiday essentials are homemade candies, cookies, hot cocoa and popcorn.

  49. Bryan Borello says:

    My essentials are the classics, sprite, saltines and chicken noodle

  50. Sherrie Cruson says:

    When my boys were little I used both Dimetapp and Robitussin. They were always in our medicine cabinet.

  51. I really wish they made Children’s Advil 30 years ago!

  52. Plenty of food and drink!

  53. amy stonger says:

    My holiday essentials include shiny wrapping paper, plenty of tape, and scissors.

  54. Beth Minyard says:

    Definitely tissues for my constant runny nose and baked goods!

  55. Molli Vandehey-Taylor says:

    mine is chocolate wine to get through the holidays hahahah!

  56. stacey trim says:

    Warm blanket, a good book, and some hot cocoa

  57. Dorothy Boucher says:

    These are great medicine for your children and I like that they have the 8 hrs to help them when they need it.
    @tisonlyme143

  58. Dorothy Boucher says:

    Some of the holidays essential here are food, wine, medicine, blankets and slippers.
    @tisonlyme143

  59. My holiday essentials are pumpkin and egg nog.

  60. Silvia Reid says:

    My holiday essentials are Kleenex, blankets, cold medicine and hot cocoa.

  61. Holiday essentials for me is tons of extra food.

  62. Amber Ludwig says:

    All such great meds to have on hand in case of sickness!! Nobody likes being sick during the holidays!!

  63. Always a great product to have on hand during the winter months

  64. My holiday Essentials are Vitamin C and B-Complex vitamins. Gotta stay healthy for the holidays.

  65. Dimetapp is by far the best for colds. Always make sure to have it on hand during the winter season. Some of our holiday essentials include 4 birthdays in Nov, then onto Thanksgiving, and Christmas Busy Busy!

  66. Danielle M says:

    Cozy blankets

  67. Products that help kids sleep through the night when they are sick are so helpful.

  68. Christmas music!

  69. My holiday essentials are cold medicine and tissue.

  70. We have been using these products for years! I like that they are reliable and effective!

  71. My holiday essentials include tissue paper, soup, medication and blankets!

  72. Wanda McHenry says:

    My holiday essentials include vitamins, soups and juice to keep us healthy to enjoy the season!

  73. Gwendolyn Jordan says:

    Hot tea and thick blankets

  74. We are big Advil fans here.

  75. Tissues and extra blankets are my essentials!

  76. Holiday essentials include tea and warm blankets.

  77. The holiday essential are making sure we have ginger ale (for upset stomachs) –too much of a good thing can also cause issues.

  78. rochelle haynes says:

    These products work loving this

  79. rochelle haynes says:

    I love the holidays and the cooking that we do

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