9 out of 10 Australian parents trust Nurofen for Children

Posted 18th September 2020

Since 1999, Australian parents have trusted Nurofen for Children to help their kids with pain and fever as they grow up. Growing up can have its ups and downs and Nurofen for Children is there to help reduce pain and fever and bring a smile back to their face.

It’s inevitable that your child will experience some pain now and then – whether it’s from illness, minor accidents, or normal events that come with growing up like teething. Nurofen for Children’s effective formulations come in liquid format as well as soft chewable capsules to help relieve common childhood pains.

 

A range of products to help relieve common childhood pains

All Nurofen for Children Oral Liquids are suitable for ages 3mths to 12years.

 

Nurofen for Children oral liquids reduce fever for up to 8 hours*

Nurofen for Children oral liquids are easy to use, sugar-free, colour-free and can be taken on an empty stomach so you can all get back to enjoying the wonders of growing up!

 

9 in 10 Australian parents who have used Nurofen for Children previously recommend it for Teething2

Extra cuddles and hugs can help a teething baby. You’ll also find they often love to chew, so try giving them something firm to bite on such as a teething ring - or even better, a chilled and sterilised one from the fridge.

Another thing you’ll find that can work is to gently massage your baby’s gums with your finger. You may also want to consider using a sugar-free, colour-free teething gel or a pain reliever such as Nurofen for Children oral liquids, which 9 in 10 Australian parents who have used Nurofen for Children previously recommend for Teething2

 

For the temporary relief of pain and fever. This medicine may not be right for you. Read the label before purchase. Follow the directions for use. Incorrect use could be harmful. If symptoms persist, talk to your health professional. Not for use in babies under 3 months of age.

 

Sources:

2 Harris Interactive Teething Survey 2017, conducted among Australian parents who have used Nurofen for Children oral liquid for teething pain.

* Autret-Leca E, et al. Curr Med Res Opin 2007; 23(9): 2205-11.