ENTER TO WIN: Vicks® Starry Night Cool Moisture Humidifier

Vick's Starry Night Humidifier

Ok, it’s that time of year again…at least in those places with cold climates. You have to crank the heat again, but most of the time, that makes the air really dry. You get the dry cough, the dry nose, and the high heating bills (ok, that has nothing to do with this, personal gripe). Humidifiers help provide temporary relief from cough and congestion, counteract the effects of harsh, dry air. The makers of Vicks humidifiers conducted a new survey of US moms and found that dry skin, stuffy noses, and chapped lips are the three most irritating wintertime ailments. Guess what? Vicks humidifiers bring temporary relief for that as well!

Just in time for cold and flu season, Vicks has launched three new humidifiers for families: the Vicks FilterFree Cool Mist Humidifier, the Vicks Warm Mist Humidifier, and the Vicks Starry Night Cool Moisture Humidifier (now in pink, too)!

If the Vicks survey wasn’t enough to entice you…the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends using a cool mist humidifier, such as the Vicks FilterFree Cool Mist Humidifier or Vicks Starry Night, in nurseries and children’s bedrooms during the winter months. Warm mist humidifiers, however, are an ideal option if you’re looking for 95% bacteria-free water and the ability to use Vicks Vaposteam® for added comfort through soothing vapors.  Both warm and cool mist humidifiers are effective at raising home relative humidity levels to the 40-60% range, which studies have shown can reduce influenza survival in the air and on commonly-touched surfaces like sink faucets, door handles, and countertops.

Vicks Warm Mist Humidifier

Here’s a breakdown of the new Vicks humidifiers for fall / winter 2013

  • Vicks FilterFree Cool Mist Humidifier (V4600) – Children and adults alike can now experience relief from cold and cough symptoms through the use of a humidifier that requires no filter! Offering hassle-free maintenance and operation, the new Vicks FilterFree Cool Mist Humidifier is convenient to use, easy-to-clean, ultra-quiet and offers a 1.2 gallon tank which can run for up to 30 hours between fillings. The unit’s rubber feet take the worry out of scratching delicate surfaces.
  • Vicks Warm Mist Humidifier (V750) – Featuring a soft glow nightlight and automatic shut-off for added safety, the new Vicks Warm Mist Humidifier heats water to produce a 95% bacteria-free steam vapor, releasing moist, warm air for fast, soothing relief from pesky cold and flu symptoms affecting airways and nasal passages.
  • Pink Vicks Starry Night Cool Moisture Humidifier (V3700M-V) – Also available in purple, green, blue – and now pink – the Vicks Starry Night Humidifier is ideal for use in nurseries and children’s bedrooms. The humidifier releases cool moisture into the air and projects a multicolor changing, star-filled night’s sky on walls and the ceiling through the unit’s built-in, independently controlled projector. Best used in medium-sized rooms, this model runs for up to 24 hours on a 1 gallon tank and features multiple output settings and quiet operation.

For more information on product features, pricing, and where to purchase Vicks humidifiers, visit ColdandFluShop.com.

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  2. shirleye says

    I agree dry skin is really bad in winter. We have had to use a
    humidifier, in one of the kids room.

  3. Pixel Berry Pie says

    We don’t have a humidifier, but I’ve really wanted one for the past couple of winters. I think it’d be healthy for us. Thanks!

  4. Meg Davis says

    I absolutely hate waking up with dry lips! It’s terrible. I’ve been meaning to get a humidifier, but there are so many other things that I need to get for the upcoming holidays. (megawnx@aol.com)

  5. Mandi says

    I get dry severe dry skin in the winter and the number of colds our family gets increases. Ugh! 🙂 Mandinav(at)aol(dot)com

  6. Nicole D. says

    I hate the cold and the dry skin from the heat being on all the time. We use a humidifier in our son’s bedroom and could use one for ours too.

  7. Stephanie Larison says

    No we don’t use one but that’s only because we don’t have one now. I hate the dry skin that comes along with winter.

  8. heather baker says

    I hate the driness…it kills my sinuses. I use one every night in my room. I need one for my daughters room.

  9. bmarie says

    Amazing giveaway! My biggest gripe is the dry air inside and not being able to open the windows for fresh air. This would help keep all of the kid germs from school out of our home.

  10. Beth Rossi says

    The dry air inside is my biggest winter gripe. I’m not currently using a humidifier but would love on in my bedroom.

  11. says

    My gripe is that because it is so cold out, I can’t open the windows too much for fresh air. And I use a humidifier sometimes when the kids are sick, but could use extras for our other rooms
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