Mr Bump Bruise Soother Reviews
Product Type: Omron baby products
Description:Brand: Oscar & Dehn / Type: Bruise Soother
Newest Review: ... and a bit of drama until Mr Bump comes out of the fridge! My 6 year old is the worse when it comes to the drama of a small ... more
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Customer Mr Bump Bruise Soother Reviews (7)
by - written on 07/04/13 (Very useful, 40 readings)
I wanted a bruise soother for my little girl because at the age of 2 she is still rather clumsy and in need of a bit of bump TLC most days, you can get so many different types of bruise soother but I chose Mr Bump because obviously it's the most appropriate character for a bruise soother, and I want my little girl to build up that recognition with the Mr Men (and eventually Little Miss) characters so I can read the books to her. I can see here on DooYoo that the RRP for the Mr Bump Bruise Soother is £4.95, well I certainly can't recommend buying it at that price given that I paid 99p for it from Home Bargains in Manchester! Given that it's basically just a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/03/12 (Very useful, 147 readings)
If I was given a chicken every time my son had a bump or knock himself I would have a whole hen house of chickens and be able to supply eggs to the whole of Yorkshire. With this accident prone young boy in mind I bought this gel bruise soother a couple of years ago and have never looked back in regards to the treatment and care of my sons bumps and bruises. What is it? ************* This is a reusable gel pack in the shape of Mr Bump from the Mr Men. It can also comes in a Mr Happy and Miss Helpful versions. The thermal gel inside is very similar if not the same as the type of gel you get in adult bruise packs or headache gel packs too. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/03/13 (Very useful, 65 readings)
My youngest sons nick name is Mr Bump for reasons I'm sure you can work out...lol. We joke that he has a terrible case of the travelling bump; it seems to migrate around his head. However joking aside when he does bop his head we need to use a cold compress to reduce the swelling and the bruising. Up until very recently I have had a bag of peas that is left to one side of the freezer for such emergencies, but although this is necessary it can cause even more screaming and they generally don't stay on as long as I would ideally like. That said I discovered this perfect little item in the local pound shop. I wasn't expecting anything amazing for a pound ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/03/13 (Very useful, 38 readings)
Both my girls are pretty clumsy and are forever having bumps and scrapes so when I saw this soother lurking on the shelves of my local Home Bargains store for a mere 99p I thought it would be a good item to have on standby. The product came packaged in a simple see through plastic pack with a cardboard insert behind Mr Bump with a little information on it such as it can be used on grazes, bumps and sunburn and it can be used warm or cold. To use the soother cold you have to put it in the fridge and if you want to use the soother warm then you have to put it in a bowl of hot water for a few minutes, you must not put the soother in the microwave or ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/05/12 (Very useful, 81 readings)
I am one of these people who loves my freebies :). So on getting through an email from one of the freebie companies I'm with this Mr Bump soother appeared as one of the freebies - the only catch was you had to have a Child Trust Fund account for your child and to review it through Nestegg.co.uk. The survey took me a few minutes to complete and once I was done they asked what bruise soother I'd like to receive in the post. I chose the Mr Bump one on account of my son really liking 'Bump' (as he calls him.) Also he was getting to that age where he was having a few accidents per week. It took a while to get to me but when it arrived I was quite surprised to read ... Read the complete review
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