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Lolleez™ Lollipops for Sore Throat Giveaway $100 Amazon #LolleezOrganicThroatSoothingPops #ad

This post is sponsored by Lolleez™ for the Mom It Forward Influencer Network. All opinions stated are 100% mine alone. #LolleezOrganicThroatSoothingPops

I can’t believe cold and flu season is here again.  Wasn’t it just yesterday that we had to deal with allergies, runny noses, coughs, and sore throats?  As a mom, I dread this time of year because when kids go to school sick, they pass it around. No one wants to be miserable during the holidays and that’s especially the case when it comes to kids. With colds and flu come sore throats. I can’t recall a year when at least one of the kids didn’t have a sore throat, however, I can recall many when they all had one, yours truly included. I already know it’s going to happen because it does every single year. This year, I’m playing it smart with Lolleez™ throat soothing lollipops for kids because goodness knows, I’m not up for the battle of trying to get the kids to take their medicine for sore throats.

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Unlike other sore throat products on the market, the USDA Certified Organic ingredients are made from ingredients you can pronounce and understand, like natural fruit pectin and organic honey. They are also Non-GMO as well as gluten, dairy and nut free. What’s not to like about a worry-free product that kids ages 3+ (and adults) love?

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Meet Melissa Evans, Lolleez™ Founder. *clap clap*

Lolleez™ Lollipops for Sore Throat Giveaway $100 Amazon #LolleezOrganicThroatSoothingPops #ad

When it came to sore throats, mom of four and health coach, Melissa Evans couldn’t find anything to “eez” her kids’ throats or her mind. Thus, the idea for Lolleez™ was born, luckily for all of us. Last year, Melissa’s daughter came down with a sore throat and like so many of us, she wasn’t comfortable giving her daughter any of the available products so she decided to do something about that. She then came up with the idea for a worry-free, healthier and fun alternative for kids. She then took it a step further and decided Lolleez™ needed to be flat and not fat and round, thus freeing her mind (and ours) about the potential choking hazard.

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Where can you get these amazing pops? Lolleez™ are conveniently available at CVS, Stop & Shop, Amazon and will be available in November at Babies ‘R’ Us. These pops come in packs of 15 and include scrumptious kids approved flavors of watermelon, strawberry, orange mango and a variety pack. They ditched the traditional cherry and grape flavors to give kids flavors they really like. They’re very affordable and in fact, you might even pay less than you normally do for sore throat meds, at the low price of $6.99.

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Lolleez™ has graciously agreed to sponsor a giveaway so one of you can try Lolleez™ for free plus the winner will also receive a $100 Amazon GC. Sound good? U.S. 18+ to enter. Please use the easy giveaway form below for your chance to win.

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139 thoughts on “Lolleez™ Lollipops for Sore Throat Giveaway $100 Amazon #LolleezOrganicThroatSoothingPops #ad”

  1. Have lots of chicken soup, fever reducer, and water on hand. Take vitamins and wash hands frequently.

  2. It’s hard to completely avoid coming in contact with infected people, but I find the more I keep out of stores, the less often I get sick. I make sure to use sanitizing gel before I get back in my vehicle, and again when I get home.

  3. We always make sure we wash our hands before and eating meals. Bleach door knobs the stair banister and carry hand sanitizer to keep the germs and bacteria out of our home

  4. Lolleez are such an ingenious idea. Probably the easiest way to get your children to take their medicine.I think that my kids would like the Strawberry and Orange Mango flavors. Thanks for this giveaway opportunity!

  5. My biggest tip for getting through cold and flu season is to drink lots of water! It really helps flush out germs and as a bonus keeps you skin nice and moisturized!

  6. Use your empty tissue boxes as makeshift garbage cans to throw out used tissues. Keep you from having to get up all the time to throw them out. And the watermelon flavor sounds great.

  7. Thanks for amazing giveaway. I’m searching many product like this on Amazon but i am from vn, so long to receive this product from american. Lazada vietnam have not product like this

  8. My tip is to always wash your hands, and keep hand sanitizer on hand as well.

    Thanks for the chance to win this!

  9. My tip would be one that we try to do as often as we can. Whenever we are out and about, we always try to wash our hands as soon as we get home. We try to keep those germs out…but they still find a way to sneak in.

  10. My best tip is to use lysol or clorox wipes and wipe all light switches, door handles, remotes, faucet handles at least weekly.

  11. My best tip to get through cold and flu season is to wash hands frequently, eat well and get plenty of rest.

  12. Wash hands thoroughly and often. Spray all surfaces that are frequently touched with Lysol, especially door knobs, light switches, and such.

  13. One type to get through cold and flu season is handwashing. Honestly there are so many germs. Also take advantage of the hand sanitizers where you see them or carry your own.

  14. I think the strawberry would be the favorite flavor around here. I know everyone loves the flavor and it would be soothing.

  15. Tips for flu season–be paranoid about hand-washing. Stay hydrated and well nourished. Stay away from others who have symtoms.

  16. Good to know about these amazing pops! Will sure keep this in mind for my son. Bet he’d love them especially that those flavors are his faves.

  17. consistently wash your hands, and use hand sanitizer or sanitizing wipes on shopping cart handles and on your hands when touching door handles etc.

  18. Elderberry syrup is a natural product that can help boost your natural immune system. It’s great for this time of year.

  19. The Strawberry flavor sounds really nice.

    For tips, I definitely try to wash my hands as often as I can, when I can not, I make sure to have my hand sani close at hand.

  20. These are exactly what I need for my daughters. They don’t like taking cough drops. These sound like a better idea and I’m sure they’ll actually like taking them too.

  21. Get a flu shot, eat a healthy diet to keep up your immunity and use Zinc lozenges at the first time you feel sick. It really helps.

  22. Oh my gosh, I was just looking at Target for an organic throat pop, how awesome that I found this! My tip for staying healthy in the winter is to keep washing hands with soap and warm water!

  23. I am sure kids would choose this over any medicine when they have sore throats. It’s this season again, better stock up. Great giveaway!

  24. Watermelon for my Chloe Pearl. She loves lollipops so much and this would be so super to win for her!

  25. I believe a healthy balanced diet can help ward off sickness in the cold season. I think it also helps to either take a Vitamin C tablet or a multivitamin. I hate getting sick and I do everything that I can to prevent it.

  26. A tip to get through cold and flu season is to wash hands frequently and try to open doors using your sleeve!

  27. These are so perfect for me kids. They’re perfect for me, too. Hey, if we have to be sick, it can at least have a little splash of fun in it.

  28. We like to use probiotics which really seem to help fend the crud off. Humidifiers are a big help. We also diffuse oils when they kids are stuffy from colds.

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