Here at Kid Around magazine we have a fantastic new competition! We have a lovely Taggies Spotty Dog to give away and 15 lucky runners up will receive a great ‘Let’s Play Together’ Wall Chart.
Most children will get chickenpox at some stage, usually before the age of four. Generally the symptoms are mild, although the spots can be very itchy, scratching the spots can lead to infection and long-term scarring, which is a major worry for parents.
When a child does contract chickenpox, Dr Chris Steele, the resident doctor on ITV’s This Morning programme, has urged parents “to ditch the calamine lotion” in favour of Care ViraSoothe Chickenpox Relief Cooling Gel” to help ease the misery of chickenpox itching. Dr Chris says that Care ViraSoothe: “is a revolutionary new product that is specifically formulated to relieve the irritating symptoms of chickenpox. The cooling gel helps to break the itch, scratch, infection cycle, soothing and calming the itch and helping to avoid long-term scarring.” Care ViraSoothe is gentle enough to use on the face and body and can be used on children as young as six months. It costs £5.73 for 50g and £8.33 for 75g and is available from Boots, Sainsbury’s, Lloyds Pharmacy, Morrison’s, Co-op pharmacy, Asda Pharmacy, independent pharmacies and online.
Care ViraSoothe have given us a unique cuddly Spotty Dog from Taggies for 1 lucky winner and 15 will runners-up will receive a specially designed ‘Let’s Play Together’ Wall Chart. All you need to keep your child amused with or without chickenpox!!
The colourful and cuddly Taggies Spotty Dog (RRP around £25) has crinkly ears and is trimmed with 10 different satin feel tags of different sizes, colours and patterns that little fingers find irresistible. The Taggies Spotty Dog is designed to appeal to toddlers, but is suitable from birth.
The ‘Let’s Play Together’ Wall Charts (RRP around £15) have been developed by the award-winning Victoria Chart Company. Designed to go on the wall or fridge, the chart lets you record the great activities you and your child do together. Children will love placing a smiley face sticker on the chart each time they have fun! Each chart comes with sticky tabs, a sheet of face stickers and a special pen so you can write on the chart, then wipe it clean.
To enter, just answer the simple question below:
What product does Dr Chris Steele recommend to relieve chickenpox itching?
Email your entry to Comps@kidaround.biz remember to include your name, address and phone number.
Full terms and conditions are available by writing to Thornton & Ross.
Competition closes Tuesday 10th January 2012
Posted by Clare Kersey