When we were asked to review the Steroplast Kids’ First Aid Kit, I decided it was probably a good idea as, with four children, there’s always a need for things like that. And it wasn’t long before the little ones found an opportunity to use it.
The kit is a convenient size for taking out and about in the car, in a change bag or even in a large handbag. It also has a belt clip on the back if you are not the handbag type.
The kit includes:
- Eyewash/woundwash pods
- Low adherent dressing for larger wounds
- Micropourous tape
- Kids’ plasters
- Triangular bandage (sling)
- Alcohol-free wipes
It’s a fairly reasonable list, though I’d add some antiseptic cream, and some safety pins for the bandages. Everything is clearly labelled, albeit in very small print. I had to take a photo of the Sterowash label and zoom in to read it as even with my glasses on I couldn’t make it out at all!
Rabbit and Tiddler loved the kids’ plasters and immediately found some microscopic scratches to try them out on.
The kit costs £4.60 and I think that is good value compared to similar products I have used before.
We were sent the kit free of charge for the purpose of this review.