84 Piece Flower Design Mini Travel First Aid Kit
Stylish, Comprehensive & Compact
Fits Perfectly In Handbag or Backpack
Essential First Aid in 1 Handy Travel Bag
Travel First Aid Kit
Babies and children are full of wonder and excitement. They love exploring their world, running around, and having a good time. However, we all know too well that a fun moment can quickly change with a fall, bump, or other injury. Be prepared for these moments with this travel first aid kit from Yellodoor. Whether you’re at home or on the go, you’ll appreciate easy access to all the essentials you’ll need to get your little one patched up and ready to take on the world again.
The 84-piece kit includes everything you’ll need to attend to minor injuries such as cuts, scrapes, splinters, and more. You never know what will happen when you’re out and about with your little one, so don’t take any chances and keep this compact first aid kit in your car, stroller, diaper bag, or anywhere else you’ll be able to easily grab it when needed. Purchase a second one to leave at home too.
Keep Your Family Safe While On the Go: Travelling First Aid Kit Highlights
This 84-piece travel first aid kit includes medical-grade supplies to help parents and caregivers provide top-notch care to their children. Clean a boo boo with one of the non-alcohol cleansing wipes then cover it with a plaster to keep it clean, use the metal tweezers to remove a stubborn splinter, or use a rust-resistant safety pin to hold a dressing on a wound; this travellers first aid kit has you covered! The contents of the kit are MHRA-checked and verified, so you can feel confident that you’re using only the best with your child.
The items in this travel first aid kit list include:
- 2 x Non-adherent absorbent dressing
- 1 x Conforming Bandage
- 1 x Hypoallergenic Adhesive Tape
- 4 x 4cm x 4cm Hypoallergenic Plasters
- 4 x Elbow/Knee Hypoallergenic Plasters 8cm x 5cm
- 20 x Uncoloured Plasters
- 20 x Printed Hypoallergenic Plasters in a Printed Card Envelope
- 4 x Non-alcohol Cleansing Wipes
- 10 x Rust-resistant Safety Pins
- 1 x Metal Tweezers
- 1 x Tough Cut Scissors
- 1 x Microporous Tape
- 10 x Cotton Buds
- 2 x Burn Care Gel Sachets
- 1 x Information Leaflet
Trendy and Eye-Catching Floral First Aid Kit Design
Keep your family safe in style with this first aid kit in a lovely floral pouch. The zippered patch boasts bright red, orange, yellow, and white flowers against a blue background for a fun and eye-catching design. Who says safety has to be boring? Certainly not us!
The interior of the bag has a light blue interior with two side mesh pockets to keep all of the first aid essentials organized and ready. Toss the bag in the car, stroller, diaper bag, or even a coat pocket the next time you head out with the family.
Give the Gift of Peace of Mind and Safety
If you are looking for the perfect gift for new parents or parents-to-be, consider gifting them this attractive floral first aid kit. Help prepare them for the uncertainties that come with having young children and make sure they have the medical supplies they’ll need to keep their family safe.
Travel First Aid Kit FAQs
What should be in a travel first aid kit?
Some essential contents of a travel first aid kit include:
- Elastic bandages
- Surgical tape
- Antiseptic wipes
- Bandage scissors
- Travel medication kit: pain relievers, allergy medication, laxatives, anti-diarrhea medication
- Antibacterial cream
- Antihistamine cream
- Hand sanitizer
- A list of each family member’s prescriptions
How to Pack a Travel First Aid Kit
When packing a first aid kit travel bag, consider the number of people who are traveling and how long of a trip you are going on. Set out enough supplies to cover minor injuries for the people in the group. Place the items in the kit in a logical and organized fashion, so you’ll be able to quickly find the item you need in an emergency. Group like items, such as wound care items or liquids, together. Think about the order you’ll reach for items and add them to the bag accordingly.
Can you bring a first aid kit on a plane?
Yes, you can bring a first aid kit on a plane. However, you’ll want to check the contents of the kit before packing it to bring along with you. Remove anything that is too sharp or could be considered a potential weapon from the kit. For example, scissors with blades over 4 inches should not be brought on a plane.
Airport security also places limits on the quantity of liquids or gels that can be brought on a plan. Before heading to the airport, confirm the security restrictions, but in most cases each liquid or gel medication should be in a container that is 3 ounces or smaller. Additionally, all the liquids you plan to carry on the plane will need to be placed in a quart-sized bag, so you will need to remove them from the first aid kit before going through security.
How many first aid kits do I need?
The number of first aid kits each person needs will vary based on their day-to-day life and other circumstances. Consider having a first aid kit on each floor of your home, one in the car, and a few travel first aid kits that you can grab when you head out for the day or go on a vacation.
Is it cheaper to make your own first aid kit?
The cost to make your own first aid kits could be less expensive if you’re making multiple kits at the same time. Otherwise, the cost to buy individual packs of the various items found in a first kit will likely be more expensive than the cost of purchasing a pre-assembled kit.
What is the best first aid kit?
The best first aid kit is the one that offers all the essentials you’ll need to keep you and your family safe in the event of an emergency. Consider the size of the kit and choose one that you’ll actually bring with you; a huge comprehensive kit won’t do any good if you don’t actually have it with you when you need it.
How long will stuff last inside the first aid kit?
Check your first aid kit every few months to confirm everything is still usable and in working condition. Some of the contents, such as ointments and travellers medical kit items, may expire. And, after a while plasters and other adhesives may become less sticky. In general, you should plan on replacing or replenishing your first aid kits every 3 to 5 years.
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