How should a travel first aid kit be used?
Use the travel first aid kit to instantly treat minor injuries, such as wounds, cuts and grazes.
Always wash your hands before caring for any wounds or cuts.
Use the cleansing wipes to remove any dirt from the wound.
If required, use the low adherent dressing to protect the wound. The dressing can be secured with the included gauze bandage and held in place by using the first aid tape.
For smaller cuts or blisters, use the washproof plasters to keep the affected area clean and protect it against dirt.
When should a travel first aid kit be used?
This travel first aid kit is a small kit containing the basic essentials used to treat minor injuries during your travels. It is suitable for shallow wounds and minor cuts, grazes and burns.
When should a travel first aid kit not be used?
This travel first aid kit is not suitable for the treatment of moderate or severe injuries.
Do I need a prescription to order a travel first aid kit?
No, the travel first aid kit is readily available to order from our online pharmacy.
Always consult your GP if you are unsure of how to treat an injury. If the injury gets infected or is not healing as expected, consult your GP as soon as possible.
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