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Why Choose Advil?

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World's Best Selling OTC Analgesic Brand*

More people around the world take Advil for pain relief

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Advil Works Fast

With fast-acting products for consumers who want pain relieved quickly

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Effective on Pain

Effective ibuprofen-based pain relief you can trust to get the job done

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Value for Money

Different formats and offers to suit many Australian budgets and pain needs

Advil Products

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Fast Pain Relief

Advil has a premium range that delivers rapid pain relief

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Long Lasting Pain Relief

Advil 12 Hour Extended Release Tablets provides up to 12 hours relief of persistent pain with just one tablet

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Children and Infants

Children’s pain and fever relief products in different flavours, formats & sizes

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Full Advil Range

Advil offers ibuprofen-based products for adults and kids


Ibuprofen, at the recommended dose, is not likely to cause diarrhoea. If however you do experience any side effects, stop taking the medicine and consult your doctor or pharmacist.

No. Advil, when taken at the recommended dose, does not contain any ingredients that are likely to make you sleepy.

The active ingredient in Advil is ibuprofen, an NSAID (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug) that is a pain reliever and fever reducer. Ibuprofen is the active... Read More

Both ibuprofen and diclofenac belong to the same class of medicines known as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). NSAIDs are commonly used to manage pain and inflammation (swelling and redness) associated with some common types of musculoskeletal disorders, and treat non-... Read More

Advil is an ibuprofen-based pain relief brand that has products to relieve pain and inflammation for adults and children. Advil’s products come in different solid and liquid formats such as tablets, liquid capsules, liquid suspension, and chewable tablets to suit various preferences across... Read More

No. It is not recommended that you consume alcohol whilst taking Advil.