we-can’t-live-without: CHILDREN’S PANADOL

WHEN CHILDREN’S PANADOL APPROACHED ME TO DO THIS POST, I DIDN’T THINK TWICE…

we’ve always used Children’s Panadol – and I wouldn’t {and don’t use} anything else for the boys!


For teething, immunisations, fever, pain, colds {especially this time of the year} – we’ve used Children’s Panadol from ‘month one’ – and as the boys have grown, the Children’s Panadol range has grown with them…

We started with
• Children’s Panadol 1 Month – 2 Years Colour Free Baby Drop’s
then we changed to…
• Children’s Panadol 1-5 Years Colour Free Suspension available in Strawberry & Orange {with 10ml syringe}
then we changed…
• Children’s Panadol 5-12 Years Colour Free Suspension available in Strawberry & Orange {with measuring cup}
and now we’re up to… • Children’s Panadol 7+ Soluable Tablets

{The boys actually called it – and still do – ‘Penguin Medi’ because there’s a little kid dressed up as a penguin on the box!}

It just works for us… it’s easy to give/take, the boys like the flavour, it works fast, and I know it’s gentle on their tummies. Plus Panadol has been around for 50 years and has been trusted by generations of mums, so it makes sense why it’s the number one trusted pain reliever brand.

If you’re not using Children’s Panadol, I highly recommend you do!

Another thing about Children’s Panadol {which I didn’t know before doing this post} is: they take onboard the feedback they receive from consumers and change their products to reflect the needs of the parents – be that flavours, dosage devices etc, all to make the ‘medicine moment’ easier. 

{Which is why they probably have it so ‘right’!}

For more info, tips and tools {including a dosage calculator} – and to give your feedback,
visit www.childrenspanadol.com.au
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to stay in touch, visit and ‘like’ Childrens Panadol Australia Facebook page

{This post was sponsored by Children’s Panadol}

* Always read the label. Use only as directed. For the temporary relief of pain and fever. Incorrect use could be harmful. Consult your healthcare professional if symptoms persist. Seek medical advice for children under 3 months.

Panadol is a registered trademark of the GSK group of companies.


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