When you're out and about in nature, whether you're camping, hiking, or climbing; the option of seeking immediate medical attention in the circumstance of an accident, injury, or emergency is not always the most viable method of recourse. The First-Aid 300pc all-purpose emergency kit will have you prepared for any potential emergency or on the go.
The essential first aid supplies are ideal to treat pain and swelling, as well as cuts, scrapes, and burns. The all-purpose kit will have you prepared for any potential emergency at home, in the office, or on the go. The essential first aid supplies can treat pain and swelling, as well as cuts, scrapes, and minor burns. The clear pockets in the fabric pouch keep the First-Aid supplies organized and easy to locate. This compact kit can be easily stashed into a backpack, glovebox, or drawer.
Essential First-Aid Kit for Avid Nature Explorers.
Kit contains various quantity options; including our most popular value which includes up to 300 First Aid supplies for treating common cuts, scrapes, aches, and pains.
Neat & Organized
The clear plastic liner in a nylon case for organization and quick access to First-Aid supplies.
Treats Cuts, Burns, and Pain
Bandages, burn cream, and ibuprofen provides the user with temporary relief of minor aches and pains associated with the common cold, headache, muscle aches, backache, or arthritis.
Cuts & Scrapes
Disinfectant alcohol wipes and adhesive bandages for minor cuts, abrasions, and puncture wounds included.
Burns & Swelling
Burn Cream and Cold Pack cools and soothes the swelling of first-degree burns, bruises, and abrasions.
The purposes of the medical accessories contained in this kit are strictly intended to treat minor swelling of minor burns, bruises, and abrasions that could potentially occur during activity.
The provided items in this kit are NOT intended to be considered or used as an alternative to seeking professional medical attention in the case of an emergency. In the case of a serious accident, we advise all nature-goers to critically evaluate the extent of the wound(s) and/or injury and to promptly seek proper medical attention, if deemed necessary.