Children's Tylenol Is Now Available In A Dissolve Pack

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Tylenol has been a trusted brand for many parents over the years, and now for the first time in 10 years, Johnson & Johnson Consumer is launching a new way for children to take Children's Tylenol. The company has just launched a new dissolvable tablet that could be a game-changer for so many parents. If you've ever struggled with trying to get your children to take medicine this new dissolvable tablet may be just what you're looking for.

Parents who have struggled to get their children to take the sweet syrups or chew the chalky tablets may want to give these new dissolve packs a try. They're the first and only pediatric acetaminophen product that is offered as a dissolvable product.

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The product came about after Johnson & Johnson, Tylenol's parent company conducted a study that showed parents often struggle with getting their children to take medicine when they need it. While they tend to graduate from the syrup to the chewable tablets, some kids still struggle with chewing the chalky tablets and even swallowing them, Drug Store News reports. As a result, Tylenol has released their new dissolve packs, the first new form of the product released in 10 years.

Each tablet contains 160 mg of acetaminophen and comes in dissolve packs that can be poured directly onto your child's tongue that will dissolve almost immediately. The product is already a hit with parents who have left their positive experiences in the comment section on the product's website.

"The dissolving Tylenol is perfect for a mom to keep in her purse for on the go pain reliever. My child did not make a fuss like he does with liquid," wrote one commenter. "Love this product! My 4-year-old hates the grittiness of chewables and doesn't like the liquid flavors but he gives no issues with this," wrote another. Parents were also fans of the fact that water wasn't needed to administer this medicine, making it easy to give on the go. "I liked that it is ibuprofen free and aspirin free and no water is needed," read one comment. "It is definitely better than liquid or dissolvable tablet form. Much easier, less hassle!"

The new Tylenol Dissolvable Packs are made for children between the ages of 6 and 11 and comes in a wild berry flavor. It comes in packs of 18 and 30 and can be purchased at Target, Walgreens, Rite Aid, and Jet. No one likes it when their child is feeling under the weather, especially when they make a fuss about taking medicine. These new Tylenol dissolve packs could make all the difference in getting your kids to finally take their medicine without complaint!

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