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Prepare yourself for another, "Why didn't I think of that moment?". Last week my son was running outside when he tripped and scuffed his knee. Not badly, but bad enough to require multiple hugs and a band aid. We went to the medicine cabinet together and as I pulled off the band aid's protective layering Jamie announced, "I don't wear boring bandaids Mommy." Well, a quick internet search turned up the answer to all of Jamie's future cuts and abrasions. The company is called Ouchies and they make adhesive bandages that show personality and style and make the pain go away very, very quickly.
Ouchies offers dozens of bright designs to help take the pain out of any fall, scrape, or cut. Check out Ouchies for older kids and Ouchies Jr. for toddlers. Some of the super cute bandages include great finds from the Natural History Museum, Mad Libs, Silly Bandz, Paddington Bear, and many more. They even have "Make Ur Own" bandages for little creative ones to design their own boo-boo covers. This offer gets you four tins and each tin comes with twenty bandages. That's eighty ways to make tears dry up and the pain go away.
- Cover kids’ wounds while reflecting their personal style
- Choose from Mr. Men and Little Miss, Mad Libs, Natural History Museum, Paddington Bear, Eric Carle, and many more
- Price inclydes FOUR tins
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When my daughter turned five, her supply of bandages began to dwindle from all the boo-boo’s that kids get, so I decided to search the aisles of drugstores for some kind of alternative – something cool, something different, something stylish. To my complete surprise, I came home empty handed; only able to offer her one of my horribly, boring beige bandages.
As I stood there in front of her medicine cabinet, I thought to myself, “Why are there no cool bandages?” I felt that change was in order, but it wasn’t until my wife (who is the true inspiration and “umph” behind these products) gave me a nudge and said, “You can do it.” From that point on, I started Ouchies – offering kids an array of adhesive bandages that allow them to show their style and personality. Since that time I have had two more kids, furthering my dedication to giving kids the chance to express themselves through bandages.
So, join me, my wife, my two daughters and son and let the world know that just because you are 5 or 8 or even 11, you can still have style after you have fallen and scraped your knee. Down with beige bandages, baby!