Fast Relief with Advil Film-Coated #FastAdvil

Monday, October 20, 2014

DISCLOSURE:  I received free product from Crowdtap to facilitate this post.  All opinions are my own.

I've been a user of Advil for many years.  It's the one medication that helps to get rid of my aches and pains the fastest and the most effectively.  Other meds can take too long or just dull the pain, rather than getting rid of it completely.

Recently, Advil has introduced Advil Film-Coated Tablets.  This Advil is formulated to absorb quickly and offers the fastest pain relief among over-the-counter pain relievers currently on the market.

I had the chance to sample the new Advil Film-Coated, as well as share some samples with friends and family.  I was sent a sampling kit that included 8 2-count samples of Advil Film-Coated and coupons to hand out.

The samples came at a time when my whole family was suffering from a really bad virus.  (It might have even been a couple different ones, because it took us about a month to feel better!)  We'd get sore throats, coughs, runny noses, congestion -- it was pretty awful.  Often, I'd get a huge headache and that made it hard to get things done around the house and at work.  So, I was happy to get a chance to see if Advil Film-Coated did indeed work faster than the regular Advil tablets I used.

The tablets are about the same size as regular Advil tablets, but instead of a shiny coating, the outside of the Advil Film-Coated tablets appear to be uncoated, though in fact they do have an ultra thin shell.

The tablets were easy to swallow and they really did work fast in relieving my sore throat and sinus pain.  I didn't get a chance to try and time how fast I got relief with the Advil Film-Coated vs regular Advil, but the Advil Film-Coated definitely worked fast enough for me.

Advil Film-Coated is available in tablet and caplet form.  It's available for purchase pretty much anywhere you buy pain relievers, or you can use their Store Locator.  An 20-count package of Advil Film-Coated tablets retails for about $4.99.  You can download a $3-off coupon here.

Have you had a chance to try Advil Film-Coated?  Let me know how it works for you!

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