Caring Mill™ Bright Bandages, 48 ct.

SKU# 30899

Caring Mill™ Bright Bandages, 48 ct.

SKU# 30899
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Caring Mill™ Bright Bandages are extra-absorbent bandages that feature our gentle adhesion for a “no tear, no fear” removal, which makes them safe and easy to use on children.
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Caring Mill™ Bright Bandages, 48 ct.
$6.99
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This product is FSA eligible
Caring Mill™ — An exclusive brand of premium health and wellness essentials designed with you in mind, and children at heart.

Practice safety first and fun second with Caring Mill™ Bright Bandages. Our extra-absorbent bandage seals on all four sides to help keep out germs and dirt. Bright Bandages feature our gentle adhesion for a “no tear, no fear” removal, which makes them safe and easy to use on children.

Caring Mill™ is a line of premium health care products that supports a healthy lifestyle for individuals and their families. With every purchase of Caring Mill™ products, a donation is made to Children's Health Fund - a non-profit organization that provides health treatments to thousands of underserved children in the United States. Take your health to the next level with FSA eligible First Aid products.

Features:

  • 48-count premium bandages
  • Gentle adhesion helps with “no-tear, no fear” removal
  • Durable tin container that's stackable, reusable, and recyclable
  • Latex-free

Specifications:

  • 4 different sizes
  • Comes in 3 different colors: Red, blue, and yellow

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