Spilly Spoon Makes Medicine Fun
As a parent we have all experienced chasing your child round the kitchen trying not to spill the medicine on the spoon. When you have a very poorly child they don’t want to take their medicine the Spilly Spoon is designed to introduce a fun element into what can be a stressful situation.
The Spilly Spoon is a Non Spill Medicine Spoon with a Character theme that is both appealing and child friendly whilst being practical for mums and dads. It’s designed to withhold up to 10ml of liquid medicine and the spoon can be laid on a work surface enabling you to pick the child up and single handedly administer the medicine.
It's perfect for the middle of the night whilst trying to administer medicine without it spilling – no-one wants to have to change the bedclothes and pyjamas when everything is covered in medicine. The end of Calpol on the carpet!
When your child gets to a certain age they want to do everything themselves, generally with it going everywhere!! No mess for mum!
Why would you Buy a Spilly Spoon when a spoon or syringe is included with the medicine?
- Not all children like taking medicine and the Spilly Spoon introduces a fun element making administration easier.
- Some children are scared of the syringe and will not take medicine from it
- You do not spill the medicine when administering into a Spilly Spoon as the medicine is poured into the handle and tipped into the child's mouth.
- It can also be laid flat on a surface to enable you to pick up the child.
- The Spilly spoon enables a child to self administer without spilling.
- At just £4.99 Spilly Spoon is a unique practical product that can help reduce the stress of having a sick child, and even make it a little more fun!
Easy To Use and Clean
Medicine can be measured accurately on the calibrated section in measurements of 2.5ml, 5ml, 7.5ml, 10ml
Wash with warm soapy water
Dishwasher safe Steriliser safe
Everything about Spilly Spoon has been designed with safety in mind. And that’s why we’ve been approved by the most important safety bodies in the UK, including the Baby Products Association.