Claritin Children's Chewables, Grape (50 ct.)
- Indoor & Outdoor allergies
- Ages 2 Years and Older
- USE ONLY AS DIRECTED
From the Manufacturer
Children's Claritin® Chewables are available in grape flavor. They provide effective, non-drowsy allergy relief for your child's worst allergy symptoms like runny nose and itchy, watery eyes all day long.
- 24-hour allergy relief
- For kids ages 2+
- Provides non-drowsy relief that lasts all day
24 hour relief of:
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONSHow old should my child be to take Children's Claritin® Chewables?
Children's Claritin Chewables are designed with kids in mind. Children's Claritin® Chewables are approved for kids 2 years and older.
Are all Children's OTC allergy medications non-drowsy?
No, unlike some over-the-counter allergy products, Children's Claritin® Chewables are non-drowsy when taken as directed.
ALLERGY RELIEF TIPS FOR PARENTS
Allergies can be frustrating for both kids and parents. Here are some allergy relief tips to help your family keep symptoms in check.
START WITH TEACHERS – Discuss your child's condition with the school nurse, teachers, coaches, and anyone else with whom your child has regular contact.
DECLUTTER – Toys, knick-knacks and other types of clutter can be traps for dust and other allergens.
OPEN UP – Kids with allergies often have a hard time expressing what they are feeling. Talk honestly with your child about his or her allergy management routine and encourage open dialogue with others.
WHAT TO WATCH FOR – Children's allergy symptoms include runny nose, sneezing, itchy eyes, allergic shiners and mouth breathing.
PUT CLOTHES AWAY – Store all your child's clothes in drawers and closets. Try not to leave them lying about the room.
SLEEP SMART– Allergies can affect sleep, cause daytime fatigue and impact school performance. Make sure your child is getting the rest they need to help them be at their best. Then, do the same for yourself!
Start learning about allergies here to help you understand your triggers and symptoms
What are allergies?
An ‘allergy’ is a sensitivity of your immune system to something that is ordinarily harmless. When your body tries to get rid of the ‘allergen’ (foreign substance), you experience symptoms like sneezing, itchy, watery eyes, and a runny, stuffy nose. Typical allergens can come from pet dander, pollen, dust mites, and mold.
Outdoor: Seasonal Allergies
Seasonal allergies describe allergies that change with the seasons due to pollen from plants.
These allergens can be difficult to manage because it seems like they’re everywhere and they’re difficult to avoid. For people with seasonal allergies, symptoms come and go with the pollination seasons of certain trees, grasses or weeds. Pollen levels from these plants can vary day to day, depending upon several factors, including the weather. Depending on individual sensitivity, high pollen levels can, in turn, affect the severity of symptoms.
Indoor: Year-Round Allergies
Indoor allergies can occur any time of the year and are caused by substances like dust mites, mold spores, or pet dander. These allergens can be difficult to manage, especially since they tend to exist in our homes year-round. Since you’re often indoors during winter, household allergens like molds, dust mites, and pet dander can be troublesome.