Help Your Little Ones get a Little Relief with Little Remedies {Giveaway}

This cold, flu and allergy season has not been kind to my family and I.  As a Mom, the only thing worse than being sick is watching your little ones suffer with a cold or the dreaded flu.  Short of bathing in hand sanitizer when they return from school, I am doing the best I can to protect them in an attempt to avoid additional illnesses.  So I loved reading the following tips from fellow blogger (and personal friend), Colleen Padilla of Classy Mommy on how to stay healthy during the winter months.  She suggests:

  • Scrub-a-dub-dub: Make sure to wash hands frequently and encourage kids to follow suit by putting out fun, kid-friendly soap dispensers. This is a simple way to stop spreading germs.
  • Crowd control: Make sure your child’s friends aren’t sick when they get together to play and vice versa – you don’t want your child to get their friends sick, either.
  • Cover up: Remember to cover your mouth when you cough – and suggest to your little ones that they sneeze or cough into their forearm or elbow so as not to get germs on their hands.
  • Bundle up: Before heading out, make sure that everyone is dressed to stay warm against the cold weather.
  • Disinfect your world: Clean high traffic surfaces in your house regularly to rid them of germs.

In the unfortunate situation when your child is under the weather, take a look at the line from Little Remedies.  The products follow the company’s philosophy of “less is more” and only include ingredients necessary to make your child feel better.  None of the products contain saccharin, alcohol, artificial flavors, artificial coloring, dyes or harmful preservatives.  The line includes products to combat cold and flu, allergies, and stomach ailments, and also offers one of the only brand name fever reducers for infants that is currently on the market – Little Remedies for Fevers® Infant Fever/Pain Reliever.

We recently received a basket with all sorts of Little Remedies products (I like to call it the All Better Basket!).  The product that caught my eye first was the Little Colds Honey Pops.  These non-medicated suckers are made with real honey and soothes your child’s cough and fiery throat naturally.  When my daughter had the flu earlier this year, the cough lingered for what seemed like forever.  At night, we would resort to a honey and lemon concoction that she hated.  My husband and I had to beg. plead and bribe in order for her to drink the entire cup before bed.  The Little Colds Honey Pops would have been so much better!

If you have a little one at home, I have an “All Better Basket” for one of my readers including the entire Little Remedies line of products!  Enter below:

a Rafflecopter giveaway

This post is the opinion of the Experimental Mommy.  While a sample was received to facilitate this review, all opinions remain mine.

Comments

  1. Jenn {MommyBKnowsBest} says:

    We use the honey pops for sore throats, but love a lot of their products.

  2. Cerissa Wilson says:

    Oh BOY… this household could really use little remedies fevers! Our 2yr old is popping teeth out like weeds, he holds his pain like a champ but I know he’s got to be in a little pain. With all the definately-not-needed ingredients in other products, I feel so comfortable what I’m giving to my kids. Thank you Little Remedies!

  3. Heather Hayes Panjon says:

    Little Colds Honey Pops

  4. Little remedies for noses

    btw your pinterest link in your rafflecopter form has never been right, so I don’t know if I am the only one that tried to follow without any luck. I just successfully found your pinterest link in the header of the page, but I was following the wrong thing this whole time.

  5. Ann Fantom says:

    I would like to get the Little Remedies For Colds Soothing Syrup for my daughter’s cough.

  6. The Honey Pops would be great for when my son has a cough!

  7. latanya says:

    Little Colds Honey Pop

  8. Jessica B. says:

    The Stuffy Nose Kit would be used the most.

  9. Stephanie Phelps says:

    I would probably use the Little Remedies® For Noses™
    Stuffy Nose Kit

  10. We could really use the Little Colds Honey Pops at my house right now!

  11. D SCHMIDT says:

    We usually use Little Remedies® For Fevers™ Children’s Fever/Pain Reliever the most

  12. shannon t says:

    we have had a winter full of runny little noses and coughs this would be great to win

  13. Sandy VanHoey says:

    We could use the one for colds

  14. Michele P says:

    Little Remedies for Colds and Little Remedies for noses would be used in our household!

  15. Honey Pops!

  16. probably the Little Colds Honey Pops

  17. stephanie says:

    I wonder how well the honey pops would work!

  18. Stephanie Larison says:

    Little Remedies for Fevers® Infant Fever/Pain Reliever

  19. we use the nasal drops daily.

  20. The little remedies for noses, thanks

    karenb834atyahoo.com

  21. clarissa says:

    always good to have on hand…infants fever/pain reducer

  22. Tami Vollenweider says:

    We always could use the one for Colds

  23. I think the Honey Pops would come in handy.

  24. the pain reliever

  25. Patti Hess says:

    Hydration Crystals

    pattifritz2000 at yahoo dot com
    thank you

  26. dani marie says:

    honey pops.

  27. Stacey B says:

    the medicine for colds would be most useful in our home!

  28. Stacey B says:

    Following you via Pinterest – StaceyRenee711

  29. Valerie Taylor Mabrey says:

    pain reliever
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

  30. Paula Tavernie says:

    The Little Colds Honey Pops!!!
    ptavernie at yahoo dot com

  31. Rebecca Peters says:

    The fever and pain reliever!

  32. I think we’d use the Honey Pops the most

  33. Little Remedies® For Fevers as my daughter is having a rough winter.

  34. The Honey Pops would be used alot!!

  35. The Honey Pops!

  36. Samii Meyer says:

    The stuffy nose kit would be most helpful with allergy season coming up

  37. Laura Proctor Unger says:

    Definitely the stuffy nose kit!

  38. Vikki Billings says:

    I could use the Honey pops the most at my house to help sooth little throats

  39. susan smoaks says:

    we could use the honey pops in our house

  40. My kids would love the Little Colds Honey Pops

  41. Dawn Reid says:

    Little Remedies For Colds Soothing Syrup
    mightynaynay(at)cs.com

Add Your Comment

*