Activity Essentials: Kids Travel First Aid Kit

3rd September 2014
As Chunk has moved on from those calmer, slower days of being a baby I have had to start really upping my game to try and keep him safe, as the boy seems to only live in hyper mode all day every day! 
At nearly two and a half years old he now runs, jumps, climbs and generally does anything that scares the life out of me about a hundred times a day. He is a miniature stunt man, and accidents seem to have become nearly the norm with this. 
We have been out a lot during the recent warm weather to local parks and farms, so one of the essentials I had to pack was a first aid kit, which has had to be replenished a couple of times already!
I have been using a kit especially for children, made by Premier Healthcare and Hygiene Ltd
Premier Healthcare and Hygiene Ltd
Our Kids First Aid Kit Essential
The Kids First Aid Travel Kit only costs £4.60 and contains quite a lot of handy bits and pieces including:

Alcohol Free Wipes2
Creature Plasters9
5cm Conforming Bandage1
Vinyl GlovesPair
5cm x 5cm Low Adherent Dressing1
Triangular Bandage1
1.25cm x 5m Microporous tape1
20ml Eye Wash Pod2
Chunk likes the plasters because they are a special, creatures design, and that has been a great incentive for him to keep them on, as he tends to peel them off straight away usually. 

I love that it comes in a little bag that has zipped compartments for the various items and it can easily hook onto a buggy, belt or is small and light enough to go in my handbag. 

It is definitely something I would recommend if you have a mini hurricane of a child like mine!

For the purpose of this review I was given a First Aid Kit from Premier Healthcare and Hygiene Ltd. No payment was received, so all views are honest and my own.

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  • Unknown

    3rd September 2014 at 10:32 am

    That is a brilliant idea, I could do with one for my mini adventurer, she loves danger x

  • Unknown

    6th September 2014 at 5:01 pm

    That is a fantastic idea. I was regularly caught out when Grace was younger and still am now! It looks like an easy to carry size too. Thank you for linking to PoCoLo 🙂 x

  • Leanne Lunn

    22nd October 2014 at 2:56 pm

    This is great I have been looking for something I can put in my bag on days out.

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