The List: 24 Things You Should Have in Your Medicine Cabinet


Anointment Baby BalmYour list of baby needs runs from A to Z, but you can lose the last one (‘Z’ as in zinc-based balms) with this award-winning natural formula that helps dry, irritated skin. (And keeps your cuticles smooth too!) ($10–$18, tell me more)

Midnight wake up. Check. Unhappy child. Check. Late night pharmacy run. Check. Bought package without syringe. %$#%! Best to have a back up plan. Ask for extra syringes and/or small sip cups with measured amounts the next time you are at the pharmacy to keep a few on hand. (Prices may vary, tell me more)

Maglite LED
Maglite LED
Seeing is believing, but that can be hard if the space you are looking into is owned and operated by an unwilling infant or toddler. Shine some light on the problem (ear, nose, throat)—literally—with a small flashlight. ($20.79, tell me more)

Good to Know: Remember to check labels regularly for expiry dates (ditch the products if they have expired) and be sure to keep these items in a cool dry place for safe keeping.

Be prepared with our 24 Things You Should Have in Your Medicine Cabinet.

Tested by Alison R., Toronto


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