Let’s face it—kids aren’t great at looking after themselves.
And while summer should absolutely be a time for climbing, exploring, swimming and unlimited adventures, boo-boos are no fun for anyone (and that includes any parent within earshot).
It’s important to stay healthy on vacation—and that means packing the essentials needed to heal any bumps and scrapes so that fun can be resumed as quickly as possible. We’ve made a handy infographic to help you pack everything you need for your next trip.
This post is sponsored by Polysporin but the opinions are our own.
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