Dr. Cocoa Relief with a Smile Review

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Dr. Cocoa Relief with a Smile Chocolate Cough and Cold Medicine

This is a product-provided, sponsored conversation that contains affiliate links. However, all opinions, text and experiences are my own.

Dr. Cocoa for Children is the first-ever chocolate flavored, over-the-counter liquid cough and cold medicine line for children ages 4-13!

With school back in the full swing and always unpredictable weather changes in the Midwest we go trough at least one cold during this season. This year winter colds have come to us too early and while dealing with low 11 F temperatures we also went trough a tough cough and cold with our 9 year old last week.

Although she is tough little girl, when it comes to colds and being sick she is like every other kid. She wants to rest, cuddle, watch movies, eat homemade soup, cookies and avoid her medicine at all costs. She is not a fan of any flavor of the medicine available for children. That is until now!

Dr. Cocoa for Children is the first-ever chocolate flavored, over-the-counter liquid cough and cold medicine line for children ages 4-13! The great chocolate taste, made with real cocoa, combined with trusted, effective ingredients, means kids are happy to take the medicine and moms are happy that their children will get cough and cold relief.

Why does the taste matter? According to Dr. Cocoa’s new national Harris survey of U.S. parents of school-aged children (ages 4-13), almost 40% of parents said it isn’t easy to give their children over-the-counter liquid cough/cold medicines, with one third of parents believing the taste of the medicine impacted how easy it was to give their child the recommended dose. Dr. Cocoa for Children was developed with its real chocolate flavor just for this reason.

At first she tried avoiding it, but she quickly changed her mind after the medicine was open and the real cocoa smell filled the room. After taking a recommended dose she exclaimed “Wow this was different, it did not taste like medicine at all.”

Dr. Cocoa medicine comes with a dosing spoon in ml which makes giving and taking the medicine more simple than when using a cup. I also noticed that it’s a lot thicker than other medications we used in the past. We used both the daytime and nighttime ones and still didn’t have a need for the cough relief one. But, winter is yet to come and with the amount of the snow we have had already I’m sure we’ll go trough a persistent cough as well… not that we want to!

But in reality school age kids get eight to twelve colds per year. And those colds can last anywhere between six days to two weeks. Not to mention that common cold accounts for approximately 22 million missed days of school and 20 million absences from work, including time away from work caring for ill children. Maybe you didn’t know, but cold season is considered to last from September to April, like I said before plenty of time to get a few more colds no matter how hard we try to avoid them!

Dr. Cocoa Cough and Cold Medicine come in three great formulas (Daytime Cough + Cold Relief, Nighttime Cough + Cold Relief, Long-Acting Cough Relief non-drawsy 8 hours)​ to relieve a variety of cough and cold symptoms. Patented formulas combine trusted, effective ingredients with 10% real cocoa for a rich, soothing chocolate taste that kids like. All Dr. Cocoa products are dye-free, gluten-free and alcohol-free.

Dr. Cocoa products are available nationwide at stores, as well as online. For more information about Dr. Cocoa, including where to buy, visit Dr. Cocoa website where you will be able to print a valuable $4 coupon as well. And don’t forget to connect with the brand on their Facebook Page and check out this fun TV spot on YouTube!

Dr. Cocoa products are FDA regulated medicines and should be used only as directed and kept safely out of reach of children.

Visit www.drcocoa.com for a $4-off coupon offer.

This is a product-provided, sponsored conversation that contains affiliate links. However, all opinions, text and experiences are my own.

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