Monday, February 6, 2012

PediaCare® Infant and Children's Liquid Acetaminophen Review and Giveaway

I remember the first time Big J got a fever. As a first time mom I was freaked out and not really sure what to do. Thankfully I could rely on PediaCare and their Infant Acetaminophen. Now they have improved on the dosing methods to make it easier for parents and safer for children. 

PediaCare® now offer additional product enhancements, including age-appropriate dosing devices.  Infant products will now contain a special dosing syringe and flow restrictors on the bottles; children’s products, for ages 2 to 11 years, will have the bottles with flow restrictors, and continue to contain dosing cups. Both infant and children’s formulations will continue to have weight-based instructions on the package, as well. Please note that there will be a transition period where both the current infant products and the new infant products will be on store shelves. It is always recommended that you read and follow the package directions and it is more important while both concentrations are available. 

  • PediaCare Children's Fever Reducer/Pain Reliever
  • For ages 2 -11
  • Flow restrictor bottle and dosing cup
  • Dye free Cherry
  • Cherry or grape flavors
  • Weight and age-based dosing instructions on package
  • Suggested retail price for a 4-ounce liquid bottle is $7.59.

  • PediaCare Infants Fever Reducer/Pain Reliever
  • For ages 0-36 months
  • New special dosing syringe and flow restrictor bottles
  • Dye free Cherry
  • New bubble gum flavor as well as cherry and grape
  • Weight and age-based dosing instructions on package 
  • Suggested retail price for a 2-ounce liquid bottle is $6.99.

New dosage syringe

For more information about PediaCare® products and the new dosing system visit

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I was provided the items for review by Family Review Network and PediaCare®. All opinions were 100% mine and honest.

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