GloDose is an award winning mom-invented dropper that makes administering medicine in the middle of the night easier and safer.  The soft glow allows parents to measure the medicine dosage without having to turn the lights on, keeping baby comfortable and not adding any extra disturbances.

The week after I received the GloDose dropper I got to test it in the middle of the night. There was a virus going around in our mommy group and my little one and I both got sick with a cold at the same time. He had a fever and woke up screaming at midnight,  I gave him some Tylenol and I was glad I was able to use the GloDose instead of having to turn the lights on.
I am extra careful with dosing and I never give him medications with the lights off.  To ensure that I am giving him just what he needs I  usually turn the lights on and that really disturbs him. He cries louder because his little eyes are just getting used to the super bright lights and that’s never fun.  I mean, If he is already in pain adding the disturbance of the bright lights makes me feel horrible.

Thankfully I had the GloDose ready to go and I was able to test it then. I really like the very soft glow that allows me to see exactly how much medication is in the dropper.  My son was actually distracted by the pretty color and glow and he stopped crying right away when he saw it.  
The dropper was very easy to clean after using it. All you have to do is separate the top from the tube and wash the bottom (tube) with soapy water.  Then allow to dry and have it ready until the next use.
The GloDose dropper is very useful and I love knowing that it is in the medicine cabinet ready to be used whenever I need it.  I love products that allow my baby to stay comfortable and concentrate on getting healthy when he is not feeling well.
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Disclosure: I received a sample of a product to facilitate my review. No other compensation was provided and and all views and opinions stated on this post are 100% my own.