DermoCare WWF Plasters Review

You know the drill - your child gets the tiniest scratch or graze and they're demanding a plaster, if they don't get that plaster they might just bleed to death, right?  Well this is a regular occurrence in our house, even at 11 and 8 years old, so we tend to go through lots of plasters. And this is also why, when the lovely folk at DermoCare offered to send us some of these fab WWF plasters, I jumped at the chance!

DermoCare WWF Plasters

Once they arrived it was just a matter of time before we'd need to use them and after a week or so there had been a few chances, first of all came a gymnastics injury, then a school playground injury and finally a rugby injury.

DermoCare WWF Plasters

The children loved choosing which animal they wanted to use, seeing as we usually buy the standard plain plasters I can understand their excitement! N said 'I'm so glad we have these plasters because they're not boring', and T said 'It sticks really good but it didn't hurt when I took it off''.

DermoCare WWF Plasters

Each pack contains 18 plasters in 3 different sizes and something I particularly like about them is that they support the projects of WWF.  So not only are you getting some super funky plasters, you're also doing your bit to help a fantastic cause. You can buy them from Ocado and Amazon for £2.99 per pack (price correct at time of writing this review).

DermoCare WWF Plasters

They are Hypoallergenic and latex free which is great news for those of you with sensitive skin, this was an important factor for us with T having psoriasis. They have been designed to be suitable for all ages from birth which means I could happily use them for E if I needed to, another bonus for our family!

I received these products for review purposes.  I am always honest in my reviews and all opinions are my own or that of my family.
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  1. These look so much fun! I love the designs on them!

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    1. They're brilliant, they certainly brighten up any injuries we might get!

      Thank you for stopping by and commenting :)

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  2. You can't beat a fancy plaster! They're a great distraction technique!
    Thanks for sharing your review on #TriedTested this week :) x

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    1. I agree, they really help little ones get over their injuries so much quicker ;)

      Thank you for commenting!

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