The best baby first aid kits 2018
Every parent should know basic first aid skills. A baby first aid kit is a must-have item for both new and seasoned parents.
Bumps and scrapes are a normal part of growing up so it’s important for parents to have some basic first aid equipment at home.
Here’s our roundup of the best baby first aid kits available on the market in 2018. Our team of first aid instructors has carefully reviewed each kit to ensure it contains all the essential items required.
We strongly suggest all parents attend a pediatric first aid course in their local area.
Our top pick: American Red Cross baby first aid & healthcare kit
This kit from the American Red Cross contains all the essential items required to keep your baby safe. This makes a great gift for a new parent.
The kit contains everything you need to look after your newborn baby including a digital thermometer, medicine dispenser, medicine spoon and toothbrush.
These are essential items for all parents and will help you survive the first few months of parent-hood!
We’ve had great feedback from our team about this kit and would highly reccomend this to all our readers.Buy on Amazon: The First Years American Red Cross Baby Healthcare And Grooming Kit
Runner up: Ambulance themed baby first aid kit from Bebe Earth
A close second place. Our team love the design of this baby & child first aid kit!
Bebe Earth have produced a comprehensive first aid kit for babies and small children. The kit is designed to look like a toy ambulance.
The kit contains 46 different items including plasters, bandages, slings and an ice pack. The variety of first aid equipment included is perfect for preparing for any eventuality. We would highly reccomend this kit to all parents.
Other recommended kits
Not taken by the first aid kits above? Here’s some alternative first aid kits recommended by our team:
Learn basic first aid skills
We believe every parent should be able to perform basic first aid skills. Our online first aid course is a great place to start, but we strongly advise all new parents to take a pediatric first aid class in their local area.
Babies and children are more prone to choking and respiratory diseases. Basic knowledge of how to deal with these emergencies could be lifesaving.