Band-Aid Review & Back to School First Aid Kit Giveaway

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When it comes to being a parent, you have to deal with the occasional cuts and scrapes which sometimes require a little TLC. I have four children and have dealt with a fair share of boo boos. I think since I had my son, I have went through double the amount of Band-Aids that I used to use. For me, I have always bought the Band-Aid brand products when it comes to first aid supplies for my home.

Here are some of the current products I recommend keeping on hand in case you or your family gets an unexpected cut or scrape.

BAND-AID® Brand Adhesive Bandages featuring The Muppets.  These bandages feature your favorite Muppets characters in their usual wacky and wild poses! They are available on and at mass retailers with a suggested retail price of $2.99.
  NEOSPORIN® First Aid Antibiotic OintmentNEOSPORIN® heals wounds two days faster and provides long-lasting infection protection to help minimize the appearance of scars from cuts and scrapes.  Available at mass retailers with a suggested retail price of $8.99
  BAND-AID® Brand Adhesive Bandages with QUILTVENT® TechnologyThe new technology creates air channels to let wounds breathe even better than before, while still protecting from dirt and germs. It also wicks away fluid to keep wounds clean.  Suggested retail price may vary.

Even if you don’t have kids that keep you on your feet, you always need to keep the first aid supplies on hand in case you ever need them. When I buy bandages for the kids, I usually buy character themed Band-Aids which seems to make the boo boo always feel a little better.

For more information on the Band-Aid products, visit:

Back to School First Aid Kit Giveaway

One of my lucky readers is going to receive a Back To School First Aid Kit that includes the products I have featured above. (A $40 value).

To enter my giveaway, please use the Rafflecopter below:

Good luck to everyone that enters!

Disclosure – I received the product featured above to provide you with this post. This post is not a paid post but does include some affiliate links. The opinions stated herein are 100% my own.

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About Stefani Tolson

The author of Mom's Blog and the owner Mommy Enterprises. Stefani Tolson is a multi-tasking mom of 4, PR friendly, a freelance writer, web designer, cook & more!


  1. These are #1 bandages in america!

  2. I learned about proper wound care!

  3. There is nothing I like better than Neosporin! I’ve tried variations and nothing works better.

  4. Charlotte W. says:

    Kermit Band-Aids are too cool.

  5. I learned band-aids were invented in the 1920’s

  6. I learned they have some kids activities on the site. Also more about wound care.

  7. I learned that they have a list of items you should have on hand for emergencies/injuries.

  8. I totally want to try their blister bandages – I can hardly walk in shoes without getting a blister!

  9. I like the wound care part of the site.

  10. I learned that scabs delay the healing process. I had no idea!

  11. I learned that using Neosporin will help a cut heal four days faster than using a band-aid alone.


  12. Michelle Macaluso says:

    I learned you should first clean a wound, then treat with Neosporin, and then put on a Band-Aid.

  13. that they offer brand heritage band aids

  14. I learned that the new quiltvent technology whicks away blood to keep wounds clean

  15. I learned that they were invented by an employee named Earle whose wife Josephine wasn’t too good at housekeeping and often got lots of scrapes or cuts or burns.

  16. Band aid is the #1 bandage in America!

  17. Kimberly B. says:

    I learned that there is a First Aid Checklist with products needed as a resource on the website.

  18. I learned that it’s better to cover a wound than uncover it to help it heal quicker and make it less likely to scar.

  19. michelle moss says:

    learned about First Aid Checklist and wound care

  20. Leslie L. Stanziani says:

    I learned that bandaids were invented in 1920 when a man made them for his wife who was getting cuts an burns daily in the kitchen.

  21. Tami Vollenweider says:

    I learned that they have cute game for Kids-Veterinarian Game to play in the Car! Kids pretend to mend a Stuffed Animal!

  22. Jolene Quinones says:

    thanks for the opportunity would love this kit

  23. Jolene Quinones says:

    i also learned that they are really good band aids

  24. using Neosporin will help a cut heal four days faster

  25. I learned that Medical literature and proven wound care information demonstrates that a wound covered with a dressing or bandage heals faster than an uncovered wound!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

  26. Great giveaway!

  27. I read about the story of Josephine Dickenson and how band aids came about…pretty genius!

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