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DIY First Aid Kit


Have you ever purchased a First Aid Kit (expensive by the way) only to find out it have hundreds of bandages inside. When you are a mommy, college student or just want to be one step ahead you are going to have to make your own first aid kit. 

So I made a bit of research of some basic things you need to have in your medicine cabinet: 


  1. Aspirin (pain relief, fever reduction)
  2. Antibiotic Ointment (Prevents infection on minor cuts and scrapes)
  3. Antihistamines (Congestion, Colds and even Bee Stings)
  4. Acetaminophen (Tylenol)
  5. Ibuprofen (Advil)
  6. Thermometer 
  7. Antiseptics (Alcohol)
  8. Cortisone Cream (Relieves itching and inflammation, bug bites and skin allergies)
  9. Anti Fungal Cream (ringworm, jock itch, athlete's foot)
  10. Calamine Lotion (pain and itching caused by bug bites)
  11. Tweezers (Splinters)
  12. Adhesive Bandages
  13. Gauze Pads/Surgical Tape
  14. Elastic Bandages
  15. Eye drops
  16. Aloe Vera Gel (minor burns)
  17. Antacids (liquid or tablet)
If you have this you are pretty much set for any minor injury, pain etc. This is only temporary so if you have a serious problem do not rely on the Internet and seek professional medical help. 

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