Friday, 23 September 2016

Swisse Kids Vitamins Review + GIVEAWAY



Health is an important thing within our household, both Dan & I care have health focused minds (well majority of the time when it's not cheat meals). About six (6) years ago I started taking supplements, vitamins etc all of that jazz because I started to learn more about your bodies needs, the health system and what each amino acid within vitamins/supplements was used/needed for.

When Niah was about 1.5 - 2 years old we started her on having a vitamin aka 'lolly' daily. I was worried as Niah wasn't a good eater at all; refusing vegetables, meat, fruit and only eating what you would consider to be bad foods. I didn't want her to be missing out on all the vitamins that come from vegetables, meat and fruit so I took a stroll down the vitamins for kids isle at the pharmacies and have made it a ritual daily in Niah's diet to have a vitamin.

We have always used the same brand since day dot simply because I knew it was something Niah liked and I didn't want to change it up but we have been put to the test with Miss Niah as we were kindly gifted the Swisse Kids range to try out.


Swisse Kids have recently launched five (5) vitamins underneath their belt to aid with many things that may lack in our babies diets. At current what we use is just a multi vitamin to help aid with all the goodness Niah lacks within her fussy eating diet.


The first one in the range we had to try was the Kids Multi vitamin in which is a different form of vitamin in comparison to what Niah is used to so it took a little while to get used to as she had always had the squishy chew tablet rather than the hard form lolly like Swisse. The flavour was fine being natural berry and Niah didn't screw her nose up at it so that was a plus.



Swisse Kids Vitamin C + Zinc and Probiotic are the other hard form lolly vitamins through the range where you'll get soft liquid vitamins through the Swisse Kids Fish Oil and Calcium + D3.



The liquid ones are the ones Niah struggled with to begin with as she would chew and then get a shock when the vitamin would burst and release the inner liquid.


The Fish Oil one isn't as bad as an adults one I say, although it does smell like sushi which would be expected.


Each pack contains 50 chewable sugar-free vitamins, that contain nothing at all that will have allergies playing up and can be found for purchasing at pharmacies for $24.99 RRP each.


Swisse Kids have kindly also gifted x2 prize packs valued at $100 each containing all x4 products as featured above to try out the vitamins yourself. 
To enter to win, please fill in the form below. 


 Giveaway ends: Monday 10th October at midnight.
Winners will be drawn: 11th October, 2016.
Winner will have 24hrs to contact back otherwise redraw will occur.


https://www.swisse.com/en-au/products



Disclosure: This post has been made in collaboration with Swisse Kids.  I received the above pictured vitamins as above mentioned in exchange for its promotion here. I received no payment for this review and all opinions expressed in this post are entirely my own.

22 comments:

  1. My kids have used multi vitamins in the past, and they really liked them. They seemed to be eating them like lollies. The only thing I found that you need to really check the ingredients and the sugar levels, as some brands/types are really sugar loaded.

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  2. Need to start giving vitamins to the gremlin, will definitely try to win these and if we aren't lucky, will have a look at the shops!

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  3. Vitamins are a must in our household - especially Vitamin D to keep my bones nice and healthy

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  4. Absolutely-mine are going through the haye veges stage so giving them vitamins eases my mind

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  5. Yes I give my younger two children a multi vitamin with fish oil tablet. My eldest daughter refuses to have them, but she has a much more balanced, varied diet than the younger two.

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  6. Yes my kid stake vitamins every day, fish oil and Multi, my youngest is credibly fussy and has aversions to lots of foods including, meat and vegetables. Nutritionists recommends supplements and protein powder in shakes as well as getting her to try new foods and textures even in small amounts

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  7. Tried and are on vitamins and have been since I was 20 I think. Never hurts. Your body flushes out what you don't need. My youngest would definitely benefit from these kids ones though. Haven't tried yet but am very eager to.

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  8. Haven't had a big deal to do with vitamins in the house, but with the youngest starting school next year I wouldn't mind letting the kids try them out to try and beat those bugs that get around at teh start of the school year.

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  9. Luckily our 3yo loves fruit and veg, but as we all know toddlers eat like a horse one day and nothing the next, so good having vitamins as a back up to make sure they get the nutrition they need. xx

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  10. Vitamins are an excellent way of keeping your levels on track anytime, anywhere. They make our family feel great. Swisse is our number one choice.

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  11. I've never tried vitamins but I'm interested in learning more about them. I think it's a good idea, especially with fussy toddlers I worry about the nutrients side of things.

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  12. My fussy eater could certainly do with a vitamin boost. With only 2-3 fruits or vegetables he'll eat at all, it would be peace of mind for him to get some additional vitamins.

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  13. These look great. Swisse is so well respected and to have some 'top up' for my kids on the health side of things makes me feel good.

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  14. keeping my kids healthy makes me wealthy no doctors bills latter on

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  15. Unfortunately we haven't tried vitamins in our household but would love to.

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  16. Whenever our kids require medication I usually ask at the chemist if there are vitamins to aid recovery and boost general health. I find their advice very useful :)

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  17. We go through phases of taking vitamins as I often forget to buy them and then take them

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  18. With my youngest starting school next year, I'd love to see if the vitamins will keep those horrible bugs at bay that wreak havoc through the classroom!

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  19. Having never been to daycare before when my daughter started Kinder she would catch everything and pass it onto her 2 year old brother too! I decided to try Swisse ProBiotic and suddenly she wasn't catching everything all the time, we are all much happier!

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  20. I regularly take vitamins myself I think they up my performance.....the rest of the household? Well that's a different story!

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  21. These vitamins are good for health on this season

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