Friday, March 18, 2016

BeKOOOL Fever Reducing Soft Gel Pads and Gift Pack Giveaway

* I was sent products to review for this post. The opinions expressed in this post are my own.



Even though its March we are still in the cold and flu season. My son thankfully does not get sick too often but this year being in kindergarten the germs are everywhere. I do not like to give him too much medication when he gets sick and found a great helper to when he does not feel well, BeKOOOL.

BeKOOOL is a sticky gel sheet that you place on your child's forehead. At first my son was a little weary of this new cold sticky thing I was trying to put on his head but being sick he just gave in. It was nice to not have to constantly replenish his cold wash cloth on his head to keep him cool. I even saw a family at the mall with a child wearing a BeKOOOL Disney gel sheet on their child's head. I spoke with them and they wanted an alternative to medication in the early on set of their child's cold. They were pleased with how the gel sheet was cooling off their little one's head. I agree with them, it is nice to have a product you can use that is easy and external.



A little info on BeKOOOL:

Parents no longer have to watch their kids suffer while they wait for medicine to kick in thanks to BeKOOOL's immediate and long-lasting cooling relief. BeKOOOL's non-medicated soft gel sheets are convenient and fit in your diaper bag or purse. These adhesive and non-messy gel sheets are a wonderful alternative to the traditional messy washcloth or warm bath. Your kids will even think they're 'koool' because they have Disney characters on them.

BeKOOOL's easy-to-use, soft gel sheets:  
  • Stick to kids' foreheads, so little ones who are sick can comfortably rest and relax
  • Provide up to eight hours of cooling relief 
  • Safe to use with fever-reducing medicine (it’s non-medicated)



I was also sent a pack of the Adult BeKOOOL Migraine gel sheets. I LOVED these! I suffer from migraines and they often start with a few warning signs like my forehead swells a little and my face hurts. I put on a BeKOOOL on my forehead and went to lay down in a dark room. Thankfully the cool gel reduced the swelling in my face and held off a full blown migraine. I did not have to do an ice pack like normal, the gel sheets are much less messy and I was able to take a nap with it on.



GIVEAWAY:

One lucky reader will win a BeKOOL Gift Pack



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 *Limited to US residents 18 years old and above. Giveaway starts March 18, 2016 and ends on March 31, 2016 at 12:01 am PST. Winner will be emailed and has 48 hours to respond before another winner is selected. I was not paid for this giveaway or post. The opinions on this item are 100% mine and may vary from others. The sponsor is responsible for providing the prize.



Laura
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54 comments

  1. tylenol or advil, juice/water, and rest

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  2. Gatorade and tea are our go-tos.

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  3. When we are not feeling well, we need pain meds, plenty of cool drinks and a nice warm bed.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  4. Chicken noodle soup, Sprite or ginger ale, and lots and lots of rest and medicine, if needed.

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  5. Our go to items are lots of liquids, rest, humidifiers and whatever medicine the pediatrician recommends.

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  6. Our family's go to items are Zoe Organics Breathe Balm, a damp washcloth, thermometer, and gatorade!

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  7. gatorade, tylenol .vicks vapor rub!pepto bismo ,

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  8. Soup, plenty of liquids and sleep + a nice bath.

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  9. I always have homemade chicken and vegetable soup on hand, lots of cuddles, hugs and kisses for my children and a cooling head wrap.

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  10. We have lots of chicken noodle soup ready, medicine, warm blankets, and snuggles

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  11. We have plenty of ginger ale and sprite for the kids and tea for the adults. Lisa L tylerpants(at)gmail.com

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  12. It's usually some tylenol, water or gatorade, blankets, and lots of TLC.

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  13. We have plenty of chicken noodle soup and hot tea with honey!

    skkorman AT bellsouth DOT net

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  14. I make homemade chicken soup, Gatorade, acetaminophen and lots of water.

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  15. We turn to ibuprofen, lots of liquids, and rest.

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  16. Lots of naps and chicken soup of course!

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  17. Ginger ale,chicken soup, Vick's rub.

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  18. Chicken noodle sup, ginger ale crackers

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  19. Tylenol for the kids, Advil for myself.liquids, thermometer, humidifier and chicken broth.

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  20. My go to is hot/warm soup, wet warm/cool rag, favorite slippers/socks/blanket and their favorite tv show on the tv. I always keep children's Motrin, cough syrup, benadryl, Tylenol, Vick vapor rub, eye drops and a ton of other go to meds in my locked med cabinet in the master bathroom just in case. I may go a bit over board on my on hand stash but I'm a RN/BSN and well I just need it all lol!

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  21. When we're not feeling well, we like chicken noodle soup, Tylenol, and a favorite show :)

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  22. Ice or heating pad, blanket, pillows, movies and tylenol/motrin

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  23. thermometer, lavender oil and humidifier

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  24. thermometer, lavender oil and humidifier

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  25. Tylenol,love, rest and tea ,natbelinsky@verizon.net

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  26. Peppermint oil on the temples - especially during migraines!
    (liz n)

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  27. Adil and honestly my son loves the be Kool for fever and they work great
    Amy Williams
    Sethandtjay@yahoo.com

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  28. Garlic, Honey, Elderberry and lots of water.

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  29. Hot bath, sleep and gargle with salt water

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  30. Right now my grandchildren are both sick, we take walks to bring their temps. down.

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  31. For sore throats its raw honey and apple cider vinegar with the mother mixed 50-50.

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  32. Lots of sleep. Lots of fluids. Lots of soup.

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  33. Plenty of fluids and tylenol or advil.

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  34. Depends on what it is I use Children's Advil and Robitussin.

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  35. Theraflu,tea with lemon,water,juice and chicken noddle soup

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  36. Our go to item when my kiddo's are sick is definitely Vicks Vapor Rub! They love the smell of it and I think it comforts them as much as it clears their congestion!

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  37. A blanket, a pillow, the den couch, and the remote usually along with motrin. after that comes, ice pop after ice pop and soup.

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  38. Chicken noodle soup and lots of fluids..

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  39. OJ, Water, Soup and a cool rice pack!

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  40. Lots of water, tylenol & love!

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  41. Thermometer, water children tylenol

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  42. Chicken noodle soup,tylenol,water and lots of snuggling. Thank you for the chance :)
    sue-hull64(at)comcast(dot)net

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  43. Chicken noodle soup,tylenol,water and lots of snuggling. Thank you for the chance :)
    sue-hull64(at)comcast(dot)net

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  44. My go-to items when someone in our family is sick is lots of water, Advil, Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup, & lots of love!

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  45. Camomile tea and chicken soup.

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  46. ibuprofen, orange juice and some tea

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  47. chicken soup and tea with lemon

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