This Travel First Aid Kit is the size of a mint tin so you can carry it easily in your purse, in your bicycle bag, gym bag, or car. This travel first aid kit is a perfect combination of natural wound care and modern medicine. It has everything you need for minor cuts, bruises, bites, abrasions, headaches, and splinters.
The Travel First Aid Kit Includes:
1 Mini Triple Strength Wound Salve – this salve will speed up the healing process of minor cuts, burns, and abrasions as well as providing protection from bacteria.
1 Mini Nix-Itch – this spray helps ease the itch of insect bites and some kinds of contact dermatitis. In a pinch you can use this to disinfect small wounds as it has tea tree oil in it, but it will sting like rubbing alcohol. The plantain and aloe in it
2 factory sealed packets of Ibuprofen – it’s always a good idea to have some kind of pain reliever on hand when traveling.
4 Band Aids – enough band aids to get you through a trip as long as you’re practicing knife throwing, probably. Be sure to replenish your supply after a trip if you’ve used some of them.
4 sterile alcohol wipes – it’s important to clean wounds before you bandage them and when you’re on the road you don’t always have a ready supply of running water when you need it. Alcohol wipes are a useful alternative. As mentioned above, if you run out of these wipes you can also use the Nix-Itch spray to clean wounds.
2 safety pins (random sizes) – I’ve had my share of misadventures and can’t count how many times having a safety pin on hand has proved providential. You can use them to help remove splinters (sterilize the tip first), pin a makeshift bandage in place, aid in a hem or strap-related emergency, or stab a handsy creep (<– not saying you should do this).