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SAFESKIN Kids Antibacterial Gel Review and GIVEAWAY


WHAT IS SAFESKIN??
SAFESKIN* KIDS Antibacterial Gel is a long lasting protective barrier for applying to minor cuts, scrapes, burns and creates a barrier for MRSA — up to 48 hours!
  • Trusted by Hospitals
  • Barrier to MRSA
  • 48 Hour Antibacterial Protection
  • Made in the U.S.A.
  • Non-greasy for stronger bandage adhesion

I was selected to receive a tube of SAFESKIN for Kids to review, Thanks SAFESKIN!  All opinions are 100% mine.  

I have had this tube for several weeks now waiting for someone to get a little boo boo but of course since I am reviewing a new product there have been ZERO cuts!  Don't get me wrong, I am thankful for that!  I just do not have much of a review to write since I have not tried the product yet.  

I have used SAFESKIN (non kid) kind in the past and I believe it was a great product.  I think the number one thing I want to know is will it give a burning sensation on kids sensitive skin?? 

I know I am not much help in providing a review but there is a great $1.00 OFF coupon to print right now so you can be prepared if any of your blessings get a cut, scrape, or burn.  

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Comments

Unknown said…
The worst scrape I had was when I worked at a pizza restaurant and the corner of the pizza oven cut a gash into my thigh.
Unknown said…
My hubby is the one w/ the worst! He sliced his finger very badly when he was hunting!
Evelyn said…
Worst cut I got was on a playground. I tried to stop the kid swinging and my finger got caught in the chain. Ripped the skin right off the entire tip of my finger...nasty. :)
D Cheatle said…
I think the worst cut I've had was when I was using a box cutter (razor blade style) to open a box and the box shifted. The cutter sliced right into my hand from the wrist to the thumb base. OUCH
kemberley crosswhite said…
at the moment i cant think of the worst. but i constantly get scrapes and minor cuts so does my hubby senior06chs@aol.com
Anonymous said…
Donna, similar thing happened to me when I was 17.
Kelly therrell said…
On Saturday my daughter fell into a metal log holder by the fireplace - it was awful. Cut above her eye.
I got cut slipping into a sewer. Ouch!
Unknown said…
The worst scrape I had growing up happened when I fell off my bike on a dirt road...That was horrible, my knee still has a scar on it! My daughter did a dive off the top bunkbed and required stitches in her scalp, that has been her worse injury...

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