Keep These Supplies In Your Family’s Medicine Cabinet!

medicine cabinet full of supplies

How many times do we have little accidents around the house?

We’ve all had them at one time or another.

It’s embarrassing to admit, but we’ve had plenty of cuts and scrapes, which is why we keep our medicine cabinet stocked at all times.

I can’t even count all the times I’ve cut myself with knives, it’s just sad!

Past minor surgeries required bandage changes daily, so it’s important to always keep first aid supplies on hand.

A special box or medicine cabinet will do, it’s just best to be organized and keep supplies where you can readily find them.

Click each product in the guide below to see more information.

First Aid Supplies for your medicine cabinet

This package includes 5 different types of bandages including Water Block bandages, Sport Strip active bandages, Tough-Strips, Flexible Fabric bandages, and Disney character bandages.

Bactine first aid liquid provides soothing infection protection and doesn’t sting!

First Aid Tape
This clear tape has Hypoallergenic adhesive and is good for hard to bandage areas like knees, elbows, fingers, and/or where stretching occurs.

Gauze Sponges
These gauze sponges are ideal first aid coverings for minor cuts, scrapes, and burns.

Bandage Scissors
These shears will effortlessly cut gauze, tape, clothing, bandages and resist the stickiness of tape and glue.

These stainless steel tweezers with hand sharpened precision points feature a 5x adjustable magnifier that can be removed from tweezer body.

Antiseptic Towelettes
These antiseptic towelettes have the proper cleansing and antibacterial formulation which is critical to accomplish the task at hand.

Cold Packs
These instant cold packs are a convenient direct replacement for crushed ice used as first aid on sport injuries.

Hydrocortisone Cream
This cream provides relief for skin irritations, rashes, redness, inflammation, eczema and psoriasis.

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