Practical first aid accessories for kids

Sinus Rinse

For older children, we suggest you try the Sinus Rinse nasal bath kit, which has truly made miracles in my home this winter! All you need to do is fill the plastic water with lukewarm water, mix in the salt packet and ask your child to bend their head over the sink. Insert bottle nozzle in your child’s nose and press softly on the bottle so the water can fill their nasal cavities before coming out on the other side. My daughter says it tickles! You can find those kits in pharmacies.

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My child is smelly!

Your child is now 6 years old. The innocence of childhood still shines brightly in his or her eyes but… they're smelly! When your child gets hot, you scrunch your nose and smell a tinge of sweat. Are they too young for deodorant?