Healthy Living, Kids

Hyland’s Bumps ‘n Bruises natural care for kids

This is a promotional post. I was sent samples.

Falls and bumps are hardly preventable in children, but we can be prepared. With kids back in school and playing hard on the school grounds, fall sports on wet fields and Halloween trick or treating outside in the dark you can be assured that bumps, bruises and swelling may occur from accidents. With Hyland’s Bumps ‘n Bruises the kids can be in control of the pain and comfort in a natural remedy in fun Monster-themed packaging.
I have the Band-Aid son. My 7 year old treats the smallest mark on his body like it will manifest into a flesh eating virus soon if it does not get covered up in a band-aid. He has access to his own first aid drawer that has different sized bandaids and and wipes. I don’t keep too much else in his comfort drawer because most products need to be controlled and not freely used by him. I love that I can add this Hyland’s product and he will think of any excuse he can to run and pull it out. Because this is a natural and homeopathic remedy I choose to allow him access to it as he needs when he comes to me for access to the drawer. This is not a stick to use on open wounds, but rather give them soothing comfort when they bump and fall too hard and need to manage the discomfort. 

It is an ointment stick that contains Arnica and provides natural relief for pain, swelling, bruising and soreness. He hit his toe then played at soccer practice and his soccer cleats kept that toe a bit sore. The Hyland’s Bumps ‘n Bruises was a great product to hand him that night so he can use it on his sore toe. It is in these situations where you give them back the pain control that feel feel they lose when they cannot make the soreness go away on its own.
They love the fun monster faces and you’ll love the ingredients. The EcoPush ™ biodegradable paper tube is made from 90% recycled materials (75% post-consumer content) sourced from the U.S. Available exclusively at Target.

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