Aid to ease coughing

Aid to Ease CoughingThe new Vicks SweetDreams Cool Mist Humidifier with Projector provides temporary relief of cough and congestion while creating an enchanting bedtime environment. With Vicks’ years of experience in treating the symptoms of cold and flu, the new humidifer helps to bring soothing relief to a child’s tickly cough and congested nose and can transform your child’s room into a magical bedtime environment with its image projection system. You can manually select one of three Dream Themes which has images that automatically rotate to soothe and calm little ones as they drift off to sleep, as well as helping to create a bedtime routine, all while simultaneously creating a comfortable indoor humidity level. Humidification can help to maintain moisture levels between 40-60%, reducing the survival of flu viruses on surfaces and in the air. Humidity can also ease the discomfort of your sick child by soothing dry noses, throats, eyes and skin. The projection feature can be used independently of the humidifier, providing two products in one, so children can still experience the delights of the SweetDreams imagery without the humidification feature enabled. Price: £69.99 from Argos and Amazon.

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