This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of FeverAll. All opinions are 100% mine.
We are officially in cold & flu season and with a toddler in school and an infant at home, being prepared for sickness is a must have for our family. One thing that I do every year to prepare for this season is to go through our medicine cabinet and make a list of what we need and get rid of old and expired medicine.
One must have for our little ones’ medicine cabinet is FeverAll.
What Is FeverAll?
FeverAll is an infant (ages 6-36 months) strength suppository that contains fewer inactive ingredients than other infants’ fever reducers.
I really love that FeverAll Infants’ Strength Suppositories are the #1 doctor recommended suppository brand and they are free of parabens, high fructose corn syrup, artificial colors & preservatives and is also the only acetaminophen labeled for infants as young as 6 months old.
Acetaminophen is one of the most recommended medications by healthcare professionals – including pediatricians and pediatric nurse practitioners – for temporary fever reduction and relief of minor aches and pain in infants and children. FeverAll® is the only national brand of acetaminophen in suppository form.
Why I Love Using FeverAll
My daughter doesn’t like taking oral medicine. Whenever we try and give it to her she spits it out or clamps her mouth shut to avoid having to take her medicine. FeverAll works for us because it permits the administration and accurate dosage of fever and pain relieving medicine to my daughter without measuring or causing a mess.
To make sure that we are fever ready and prepared for cold/flu season we keep our medicine cabinet stocked with FeverAll.
For more information about FeverAll check out the FeverAll website as well as their Instagram, Facebook Page and even YouTube channel where you can find short videos from a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner answering parenting hot topics.
You can find FeverAll at your local Target, Walmart, Walgreens, CVS and Rite Aid.
That’s such a great product. Cold and flu season is hard on all of us, but it’s terrible on the littles. They don’t know what’s going on, they just know they feel terrible.
This is so perfect for the littles. Managing a fever in the young ones is so important, but it can be hard to do sometimes. I think Feverall sounds like the perfect way to do it.
Mich Ni says
Very indeed helpful for this winter. May need to have this one in our medicine cupboard at home.😊
Sonia Seivwright says
This is perfect for the babies. Especially in the current season. A friend of mine will need this.
Sonia Seivwright says
This is perfect for the babies. Especially in the current season. I know a friend of mine will need this.
This definitely sounds like something good to have in our cold and flu essentials. I hadn’t heard of this one before and will have to check it out.
I didn’t know about Feverall, thank you for letting us know about it!
Emily Fata says
Wow, this definitely looks like it would be a great product to have! I’m definitely going to consider getting it for home.
This sounds like it would be a great product for babes who are too sick to keep anything down orally.
I always hate cold and flu season. I have never heard of this before, but good to know it exists!
I didnt even know this item existed! so handy, thanks for sharing about it 🙂
It is a must that we prepare for flu and cold season. Will check this out. Happy to know that it is free from parabens and safe for children as young as 6 months.
I have not heard of these. They definitely sound like they’re a good alternative for kids when they’re feeling unwell.
I don’t have kids but I suffer a lot in this season. And I often wonder how hard it is on the kids. However, feverall really looks good…
i have not heard about feverall, thank you for recommending it!
I’ll be adding this to my medicine cabinet!