Freuently Asked Questions

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1. How Can I pay?

2. Can I take my kit in my hand luggage when I fly?

3. What about expiry dates?

4. Is there space to add my own extra items?

5. Are all the plasters hypoallergenic?

6. What is a bruise?

7. How do I view my Account history?

 

 

star 1. How can I pay?

We use Paypal for online payments, this means that you can use your UK debit or credit card or your Paypal account if you have one. Paypal is a trusted secure way of paying for things online. Back to top...

star 2. Can I take my kit in my hand luggage when I fly?

Yes, BAA flight restrictions allow scissors with rounded blades and scissors with pointed blades up to 3cm are also permitted. Click here to see the BAA Heathrow website. Back to top...

star 3. What about expiry dates?

All items in your kit and refill items have expiry dates clearly marked on them. 
Don't forget to check the items in your kit every few months to make sure nothing has expired.  You can order refill items on this site.
Each item in your kit should have plenty of time before it expires.
Should you however receive your kit with any expired items whether from this site or from a retailer, please let us know so that we can arrange to replace them.  Back to top...

star 4. Is there space to add my own extra items?

Yes, we specifically designed the bag to be big enough to accommodate some personal extras.  We know that everyone has different needs and these needs change as your baby grows.  If you want to order extras to add in and are unsure how many you can fit in, just contact us and we will test it out for you and let you know. [email protected]  Back to top...

star 5. Are all the plasters hypoallergenic?

Yes, all the adhesive first aid items in our kits are hypoallergenic.  This includes plasters, dressings and tape. Back to top...

star 6. What is a bruise?

A bruise is essentially a blood clot, often caused by a blunt instrument, bump, knock or fall.  Bruises are not usually dangerous, the reason that they go a purple-like colour is because the capillaries in the area that has been knocked get damaged.  When these capillaries get damaged, blood seeps in to the tissue area around it- hence the purple coloured appearance of a bruise.

There are 5 stages to a bruise.  A fresh bruise is usually bluish purple, after a day or two it will turn blue. The bruise will turn brown to green then yellow and finally back to the normal skin colour as it heals.

What might bruise one person may not necessarily bruise another. It all depends on their tissue and whether the muscles are relaxed or taught underneath the skin.  Sometimes, bruising can be more serious and if you find that you keep getting bruises with no explanation as to how they happened, you should see your GP.  Back to top...

star 7. How do I view my Account history?

You must first be logged in, then go to Shop, then click on View your Account, then click on Customer Details, then click on View order History.
This will show all your previous orders, you can then click on each individual Order ID on the left hand side to view all the details of any particular order.`
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