Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Glodose Review/Giveaway 'Baby Gift Guide'



You know the nights when your little one is sick and you have to give them another dose of medicine. Then you have to go fill the dropper and then try to give the medicine to your little one in the dark without having to turn on the lights and fully wake them up in the middle of the night. Next thing you know you have messed their mouth and made a mess not knowing exactly how much you were able to get them to take. So, you now have to wait until the next dose which you don’t want to do because they are sick. There is an amazing item to help with these moments the Glodose.  I had the chance to review the Glodose and I have to say this is something I highly recommend for anyone with a baby or kids. 

GloDose is the mom-invented medicine dropper that makes administering medicine easier. When it comes to innovative baby products, it's still mom who knows best. With a soft glow, parents can accurately measure the medicine dosage with the lights off, leaving baby to stay comfortable and start getting healthy again.

Benefits of using GloDose $7.99
**No light disturbance... No more disturbing your child at night by turning the lights on!
**No leaving the room to measure.
**Your child peacefully returns to sleep.
**A safer way of dosing at night, which lowers the risks of underdosing or overdosing.

The Glodose is my must have when giving my kids their medicine at nights. When my kids are sick I am always finding myself struggling to get the medicine into their mouths because I do not want to turn on the lights. Moments like this results in them crying and waking up then I am left with trying to get them back to bed. Then if I do not turn on the light, I just make a mess.  The Glodose is amazing and has really helped with the nights when I have to give my kids medicine. Especially with winter coming up there are going to be a lot of nightly medicine given to my kids with the cold and flu season coming upon us.

The Glosdose itself is very easy to use. You can use it any time of the day with or without the light. To turn on the Glodose it is very easy you simply press down on the top of the dropper and that is all. This is also how you turn it off. You then simply squeeze the medicine in the dropper as you do with all droppers.  I really like how it lights up the tube and the area that you are working in. You can easily see that you are getting the correct amount of medicine needed with the light. Then you are able to give your little one medicine because it lights up your work area including their mouth. This is great because you can easily get the medicine in their mouth and they get the full dose. I personally have used the Glodose several times and have only had great results. 

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Where to purchase: You are able to make a purchase from the Glodose website. 

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8 Sweet Comments:

  1. I learned that Glodose also makes proper dosing easier for older parents and grandparents who may need a little help with reading amounts due to age-related far-sightedness.

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  2. I learned that this is a great idea. The light makes it easier for those of us who need help seeing small lettering.

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  3. It was invented by a mom. And, it glows so you do not have to turn on lights to give kids meds. Thanks. Vicki.

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  4. A safer way of dosing at night, which lowers the risks of underdosing or overdosing.

    octoberbaby1990 at yahoo dot com

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  5. I learned that it makes proper dosing easier for older parents and grandparents who may need a little help with reading amounts due to age-related far-sightedness.

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  6. I learned that since it glows it lowers the risks of underdosing or overdosing.

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  7. I learned that the company won 2011 Best Product Award. I like that it glows. Thank you :)

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