Thursday, December 18, 2014

Giveaway: Pacidose Pacifier Medicine Dispenser


Last month, I had the honor of bringing you a review on Pacidose - the pacifier medicine dispenser. Now they have agreed to give one of you lucky readers your own Pacidose!

My daughter is now 3.5 months and we still use it, without complaint, whenever any kind of meds are needed. It continues to be the best option we have come across. With medical grade oral syringe, accurate measurements, and unique tube running through a baby friendly pacifier it is mess free and met with little resistance from your little one. 


The giveaway is for one free Pacidose, with a value of $7.99 open to all residents within the US.

To enter the giveaway, leave a comment in this entry as instructed by the Rafflecopter, then leave the name you commented under and your email in the box in the Rafflecopter entry. (This allows us to contact you if you win!)  This will open up additional optional entries to increase your odds of winning.

This giveaway is open to US RESIDENTS ONLY 
and will end just before midnight ET on 1-1-15. 

The winner will be notified by email within 24 hours after the end of the giveaway.  In order to claim the giveaway prize, the winner will need to respond within 24 hours of notification, or an alternate winner will be selected.

Good luck everyone!

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25 comments:

  1. Wow that just seems too easy!
    We always struggle to give Meryl medicine but that could be the end to the struggle.

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    1. It definitely could. Even if she doesnt take a pacifier normally, this could still work, and its alot safer than just shooting meds into the pockets of her cheeks!

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  2. I always wondered if these actually worked.

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    1. It most definitely does! This will seriously be my go-to for baby shower gifts

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  3. we tried to cut the tip off a paci before and do something like this...might have to try this

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  4. That these exist! These are nice would love to have one

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  5. up to 50% of babies don't get the right dose of medicine. Pacidose makes it easy to give medicine to a baby

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  6. I learned that Pacidose attaches to any standard oral syringe and is BPA and latex free

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  7. I don't know how many times I had medicine spit up at me with my kids. What a great product for my grandkids.

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  8. I am due with my first and I think it would be good to have on hand.

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  9. This would be so easy for our new granddaughter!

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  10. I love that it will help to give an accurate dose!

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  11. I am due with my first and this looks like it would be a great way to get babies to take their meds

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  12. Never knew these existed! wow, very nice!

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  13. Learned that 50% of little ones aren't getting the correct dose of medicine, scary!

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  14. Wow, I wish I'd have thought of this!

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  15. I learned that it is BPA and latex free (:

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  16. i learned that it has a tiny tube down the middle that prevents the liquid from being wasted in the nipple.

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  17. I love that it gives accurate doses
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  18. I learnt this tip-- Give a familiar liquid several times through Pacidose first before loading it with medicine.

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  19. Learned---attaches to any standard oral syringe and are BPA and latex free.

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  20. I learned that the soft nipple feels just like a pacifier & the
    narrow tube down the center prevents wasted medicine.

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  21. I learned that Pacidose has two features: it attaches to a hospital-grade oral syringe for perfect measurement, and a tiny tube down the middle that prevents the liquid from being wasted in the nipple.

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  22. I learned that the Pacifier Medicine dispenser was created by a doctor.

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  23. I learned that the company was started in 2012.

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