Confused about colds? Breathe a sigh of relief with Vicks’ new-look vaporizer
When the littlest members of your family have a cold it can be a challenging time. Adding to the drama of night-time coughs and sleepless nights is the confusion of what you ‘can’ and ‘can’t’ give them to help.
This winter parents will find tougher restrictions on medicines for children under 2 make that trip to the pharmacy even trickier – so how do you deal with the runny noses and wheezy chests and still keep the little ones safe?
Luckily nature, and Vicks, has provided the answer.
The Vicks Steam Vaporizer is a safe, gentle and natural way to help ease congestion and allow children breathe freely throughout the night.
Warm, moist droplets of steam are released into the air as the Vicks Steam Vaporizer works its magic in the bedroom throughout the night, helping clear nasal passages and soothe a dry, irritated cough naturally.
Vicks Vaporizer features advanced safety features including 25% cooler steam for added peace of mind. Just ‘set and forget’ as the soothing steam creates a moist, therapeutic humidity in the bedroom or nursery.
Adding Vicks Vaposteam helps to further increase the vaporizer’s effectiveness. A unique blend of fragrant essential oils, Vaposteam penetrates the nasal passages to help comfort and soothe – and its water soluble formula means it can be added directly to the water container, keeping it away from small fingers.
This year Vicks has revamped its popular steam vaporizer packaging with a fresh, modern new look and a prominent yellow flash highlighting its suitability for use for the whole family; even for babies under 2.
A must-have investment not only for this winter, but many winters to come, the Vicks Vaporizer is a mum’s best friend on those dreaded restless nights when you just don’t know what to do.
So this cough and cold season trust the brand that looks after the whole family, even the smallest members… and breathe easy with Vicks.
Always read the label and use only as directed. If symptoms persist see your doctor.