Children’s First Aid Kit Review & Give-Away

When Premier Healthcare & Hygiene got in touch recently, it was the long overdue prompt I needed to sort ourselves out with a First Aid kit for the kids.

first aid kit

We always have plasters in the house and Calpol, plenty of cold remedies and the other its and bobs, but we’ve not got any other first aid products in. Now, knowing my children, indeed most children, this is a huge oversight on our part, and I’m pleased that we do now have this kit, though I’m hoping that we won’t have to use it.

It has everything that I’d expected it to have, and comes in a handy and sturdy little bag, too.Β WhenΒ Little Man cut open his footΒ recently, this would have been a very welcome addition, though we’d still have made the dash to A&E, we could have cleaned and protected his foot in the meantime.

first aid kit contents

The first aid kit includes:

Alcohol Free Wipes 2
Creature Plasters 9
5cm Conforming Bandage 1
Vinyl Gloves Pair
5cm x 5cm Low Adherent Dressing 1
Triangular Bandage 1
1.25cm x 5m Microporous tape 1
20ml Eye Wash Pod

This is going to live in the glove box in our car now, so that we’re always prepared on days out, and it’s also just outside the house if ever we need it at home, too. I’m also optimistic that now we have one, we won’t need one, as things seem to work that way!

I do have one Children’s First Aid Kit available to give away to one of my readers. To be in with a chance of winning it, simply enter using the rafflecopter below. Give-away ends 28th September 2014, open to UK entrants only.

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