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Hicural Review

If you have ever had the hiccups you KNOW how absolutely annoying they are. In my family hiccups are almost a daily thing for someone, I mean with 5 people in the house how couldn't they be. My poor daughter has the worst luck with though, sometimes getting them several times a day. When I was given the opportunity to review a product to hopefully reduce the amount of time she was miserable I jumped right on it. Hicural is "The New Shape of Hiccup Relief". It had several features that I really loved, it comes with a small carrying case to keep it clean and safe. It also has great and easy to follow directions that make using it simple. 

 I mentioned earlier how often my poor daughter gets the hiccups, so of course she was the first and most frequent to test this product. The first couple times were a little difficult for her to do. We made quite a mess with the water, dropped the device, and she got quite frustrated. As time went on though it did get a little easier for her to use. As an adult I had no issues with it, but she is only 4 so it took a bit of practice. This product is not recommended for children under the age of 4, but would be an effective means to rid anyone 4 and over of their hiccups. Hicural is available at CVS.com, drugstore.com, or at their webpage hicural.com.

*I received the above mentioned product in order to complete an honest review. All views expressed are that of my own and were in no way influenced.*

Comments

jenzen69 said…
I guess the big question is... did it work?
Gia Hammer said…
Yeah...did it? I don't know that I get hiccups often enough to invest in that, but kinda neat to know it exists!
Mellissa Hanks said…
Ummm...sometimes.lol It worked for me, but only sometimes for my daughter.
Mellissa Hanks said…
For myself I wouldn't because I rarely get the hiccups, for someone with chronic hiccups it may be worth investing in.
Grace Hodgin said…
Hiccups are annoying that is for sure so sometimes trying different things like this may work.
Amy said…
what a cool product... I will have to check it out
I had no idea they even made anything like this! Seems pretty cool if it works.
Patty A said…
I hate getting hiccups. How do you use this?
How cool!! I used to get hiccups a lot but not so much anymore.

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