Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Soothie Suckers {Review and Giveaway}

Disclosure: I wrote this post on behalf of Soothie Suckers and received promotional items and compensation to thank me for my time.  All opinions regarding Soothie Suckers are my own and were not influenced by other sources.

Has your little one ever been so sick that they won't eat or drink anything except maybe a sip of juice or a lick of a popsicle?  Thankfully, this doesn't happen too often for us, but when it does, it's very worrisome.  When you really need them to take in a little extra vitamins, that's when they least want to take them.  So I thought herbal support in an ice pop was a cool idea.

Soothie Suckers is an all-natural ice pop infused with herbal remedies.  It comes in two blends Immune Support (Orange) and Nasal Support (Grape).  They come in BPA-free pouches and formulated with President of the American Herbalists Guild.  Soothie Suckers are sweetened with organic agave nectar without any artificial flavors.

Big C loves both flavors.  She gives them a thumbs up.  And I think they are such a fun way to give children immune support when they probably otherwise wouldn't take their vitamins.  These yummy pops can be frozen or taken in liquid form.  With back-to-school, it's certainly the perfect time to stock up.

You can purchase Soothie Suckers for $9.99 at  Stay connected with Soothie Suckers on Facebook and Twitter for all their latest updates.

Soothie Suckers is giving away a box of herbal ice pops of each flavor to one blessed reader.  Simply fill out the Rafflecopter form below to enter.  This giveaway is open to US residents only.  Good luck!

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  1. I love to sing to them and cuddle up with them.

  2. Cuddling with them and using my humio humidifier at night with essential oils.

  3. Lots of hugs and kisses! I also use a humidifier with colds! :)

  4. I give them something to drink and then cuddle and hug them!

    Fiona N

  5. I don't leave the house, make sure Grandma comes by & let them pick what they want to watch on TV & make sure they have fluids and meds as last resort only

  6. When my kids don't feel well I give them a comfy pillow and blanket and let them lie down on the couch with their favorite movie

  7. I always rocked my kids when they didn't feel well

  8. I always give them jello when they don't feel good.