Cold and flu season is upon us, but with a little help from Brookshire’s, your little one can get through the worst of it with only a little discomfort and inconvenience.
Baby 0-6 Months
During cold season, it’s important to have one key piece of baby gear to help your infant when he’s congested: a bulb syringe! Baby can’t blow his nose or clear mucus from his mouth or nasal passages, so it’s important that you have the right tools to help him out.
The NeilMed® NasaBulb™ for stuffed-up noses is a safe, sanitary way to help your infant breathe better. Made of high-grade silicone and easy to clean and sterilize, this nasal aspirator is clear, so you can easily see if you’re helping to clear baby’s nasal passages (and makes sure your tool is clean!). Simply insert the tip at the edge of baby’s nose, squeeze the bulb, and remove mucus from his nasal passages.
Baby will breathe better when he has a cold and so will you.
Baby 7-12 Months
When baby has a cough or excess mucus, you’d like to help them relieve their discomfort naturally, and Zarbee’s Naturals™ has a dietary supplement to help you do just that.
Their organic agave and ivy leaf extract helps your baby to clear mucus when they are coughing. Safe for infants older than two months, this natural liquid formula in a grape flavor is easy to dispense to your little one to help get rid of the mucus causing his cough.
Baby 13-36 Months
When your toddler gets sick, it’s important to keep him well-hydrated and to keep his electrolytes in balance, but sometimes that’s difficult if he’s too listless to eat or drink.
Tippy Toes® Freezer Pops are a fun way to get electrolytes into your little one and get him feeling better in no time.
Safe for toddlers age one and older, these pops restore fluids and electrolytes lost through illness to help prevent dehydration and the headaches and side effects that come from losing vital nutrients.
Simply keep them in the freezer and take one out when your child needs a boost. Variety pack flavors include wild berry, grape, orange and cherry.