Nurofen Express Heat Patches · Review

Bedtimes and Backaches – A Nurofen Express Heat Patch Giveaway

Bedtime on holiday can be a huge ordeal. We moved around a lot on our recent trip to Ireland, so I speak from experience here. The strange beds, the lack of blackout blinds, the overtired baby from a day of action, the older kids who feel they should be allowed stay up late, the parents feeling they should be allowed a little more relaxation time than on an evening at home. It all adds up to cause a little extra strain on us all, mentally as well as physically.

On a good day the exhaustion levels are high and the boys all fall asleep as soon as their heads hit the pillows. On the not so good ones, tempers are lost, tears are shed and all too often I end up spending part of the evening leaning over the side of the travel cot trying to get Number Three to finally doze off. 

Glad as I am when he finally sleeps, the resulting pain in my lower back is not a nice finish to the evening. That’s where Nurofen heat patches come in. Stick one on, lean back on the sofa with a cuppa or a glass of red and the back pain just eases away.

The patch itself is about the size of the palm of my hand. This is the topside. The underside attaches to the skin.

What I love about these patches is that they are easy to use and they don’t interfere with my breastfeeding because they are non-medicinal. They attach really well to the skin but are as easy to remove as a normal plaster. 

If you’d like to try them for yourself, why not enter my giveaway and be in with a chance to win a Nurofen-sponsored TLC pack including Nurofen Express Heat Packs? 

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[Disclaimer: I was provided with some Nurofen Express Heat Patches in exchange for writing a review. All opinions expressed here are my own].

11 thoughts on “Bedtimes and Backaches – A Nurofen Express Heat Patch Giveaway

  1. I fnd they really help. And yes, with a child of three running wild, there is little chance of rest and relaxation. Slapping on a heat patch and getting on with life is the only choice most of the time 🙂

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