Tylenol Chewables, Childrens 160 mg Acetaminophen for Pain & Fever Relief, Grape, 24 ct
The Pain Reliever And Fever Reducer Acetaminophen, 160 Mg Acetaminophen, Childrens Tylenol Chewables, Effective Cold And Flu Symptom Relief, A Kid Friendly Grape Flavor
What We Like
- Blended with aspirin-free formula that makes it safe for those with with aspirin sensitivities
- Comes in tablet form that makes it easy to consume
- Contains a kid-friendly grape flavor that is gentle on the tummy
- may have unpleasant taste
Results of our analysis:
We analyzed 10,964 reviews for 49 products in the Acetaminophen category.
We then analyzed 61 reviews for this product. None were recent.
Around 77% of reviews were positive and about 16% were negative.
8.29 out of 10, based on these factors:
What buyers say about Tylenol Chewables, Childrens 160 mg Acetaminophen for Pain & Fever Relief, Grape, 24 ct
We had to force feed her the liquid Tylenol in the hospital, but she loves it! We discovered this tablet option toward the end of her hospital stay where she thinks this is a "treat" and she absolutely loves it!
My son had a spine tap done and these helped him so much and made him much better, I will get him all the liquid I can.
My daughter does not take pills or liquid so we are trying to move away from this and it is perfect.
These are life saver snacks and they taste great!
I never bought chewable before but my son has had a lot of illness and it is easier for him to pop these than to pour liquid and make a mess.
Is the expiration date still the same?
I think the ones I bought will have an expiration within a year.
What is the expiry date of the product?
I bought this packet last year and it is good until the end of March 2021.
Is it possible that these are the ones that dissolve?
I wouldn't say that they dissolved, but they are easy to chew.
How long will it take for you to see the effects?
It is 10 minutes for my child.
What is the amount of Phenylalanine in each tablet?
Doesn't say anything about the only drug it says is 160mg acetaminophen.