Elastoplast Knee & Elbow Plasters Reviews
Description:Dosage Form: Plasters / Type: Plasters / Special shape to cover cuts and grazes on knees and elbows
Newest Review: ... and of course different shaped ones are needed for different parts of the body so when my daughter scraped her knee on the ... more
Customer Elastoplast Knee & Elbow Plasters Reviews (1)
by - written on 17/05/10, updated on 17/05/10 (Very useful, 104 readings)
We can tell our kids to be careful and slow down until we are blue in the face however kids will be kids and part of being a child is running so fast you think your legs will fall off. We parents have to accept this and be there for our kids on the many occasions that they fall over and graze themselves. My daughter is a clumsy type and she always seems to fall over, don't get me wrong she doesn't even need to be running to trip and fall as sometimes all it takes for her is to be standing still one minute and on the deck the next. We go through so many plasters in our place it's unreal and of course different shaped ones are needed for different parts of ... Read the complete review
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