DOES YOUR CHILD NEED CHILDREN'S FLONASE AND CHILDREN'S BENADRYL ALLERGY?
It’s tough to watch your child suffer with allergies. Like many parents, you might even think you need to give your child multiple allergy remedies, hoping they’ll get more relief. But is this even necessary?
Not if you’re giving your child Children’s FLONASE. It is the only medication your child needs for nasal allergy relief. Here’s why:
Children's FLONASE relieves nasal congestion that comes with allergies, but single-ingredient Children's Benadryl Allergy does not.
Children's FLONASE Children's FLONASE of your child’s suffering—in the nose, where it’s needed most.
Children's FLONASE Children's FLONASE, while Children’s Benadryl® Allergy does. And Children’s FLONASE works for 24 hours for active days and restful nights. This is very important if your child is going to school.
Unlike Children’s Benadryl Allergy, Children’s FLONASE is taken once daily.
So in short, when it comes to effectively treating your child’s nasal allergy symptoms—Children’s FLONASE, and Children’s FLONASE alone is all you need.
Please see specific products for full labeling information. Use only as directed.
Children’s Benadryl Allergy is a registered trademark of Johnson & Johnson Consumer Inc., McNeil Consumer Healthcare Division.