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Johnson Johnson First Aid Kit

Reviewing: Johnson & Johnson First Aid Kit  |  Rating:
Rae Hall By Rae Hall on
Badge: Advisor | Level: 18 | Devices & Aids Expertise:

When I was taking a physical education class I had to have a first aid kit for extra credit so I bought a Johnson & Johnson first aid kit. It is well stocked and organized.

I figured once that class was over I would stick it in the closet and never see it again but it has come in quite handy over the the last year or two. The thing is most people think if they need something like this they will have band aids handy or medicine in the cabinet but on more occasions than I can recall I have been out of something and I always run to the closet for my back up supply. The thing to do is always replace as soon as possible anything you use from the kit.

This kit might is not really for big injuries in my opinion but can be used for treating cuts and scrapes, minor burns, itch, pain & swelling.

For cleaning you can use the:

9 Johnson & Johnson cleansing wipes (I would add more of these).

For treating wounds, burns, bug bites you can use:

1 tube of Cortaid Advanced 12 Hour Anti-Itch Cream

2 Band-Aid brand First Aid Antibiotic Ointment

1 Johnson & Johnson Burn Cooling Gel

For protecting and covering cuts, wounds etc you can use:

1 Johnson & Johnson Oval Eye Pad

1 Johnson & Johnson First Aid Tape - No Scissors Required type 1/2 x 5 yard.

6 Johnson & Johnson Red Cross Brand Gauze - 2 x 2 inch.

2 Band-Aid Brand Sheer Comfort-Flex Medium Adhesive Bandages 2-1/4 x 3 inch.

14 Band-Aid Brand Sheer Comfort-Flex Spot Adhesive Bandages 7/8 x 7/8 inch.

30 Band-Aid Brand Sheer Comfort-Flex Adhesive Bandages 3/4 x 3 inch.

34 Band-Aid Brand Sheer Comfort-Flex Adhesive Bandages 5/8 x 2-1/4 inch.

60 Band-Aid Brand Plastic Adhesive Bandages 3/4 x 3 inch.

Also included are some medicines and first aid items such as:

2 Imodium Caplets.

2 Tylenol Acetaminophen Extra Strength Caplets.

2 Motrin IB Caplets.

A Coach Instant Cold Pack.

A Survival Wrap.

5 Finger Splints.

1 Health Care Gloves

A Tweezer.

A First Aid Guide.

A Light Stick.

A First Aid Emergency Contact Magnet.

The box is made of plastic that will last and it is divided inside to keep every thing organized.

I would add add little more medicine especially children's medicine and more wipes.

As good of a deal as this is it might be a good idea to have a couple of these on hand one for in the home and one in the car.