Latex Free Sports-Themed Bandages

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Bumps and boo-boos are a basic part of growing up, but a child’s healing bandage can be anything but basic thanks to Sports Shield and its newest kid-themed adhesive strips they’ll be proud to wear.

 

Created by the Jolly Group,who entered the first aid/wound care industry in 1995, Sports Shield Brand is no ordinary bandage. While it serves its purpose protecting cuts, scrapes and minor wounds, it also helps you show your passion and allegiance to your favorite sport.

Sports Shield bandages are appealing to all ages and gender, made from super lightweight, latex free material and offer top-quality protection and flexibility for even the most active individuals. Their full, non-stick pad design offers more wound-coverage and is soft and flexible, easily conforming to the body. It’s like you’re not even wearing them!

Ideal for anyone active in sports, Sports Shield bandages are available in two different sizes for adults and kids alike and come in eight additional designs including:Baseball, Basketball, Football, Soccer, Hockey, Cheerleading, Girls Soccer and Fun Fashion. They truly are The Choice of Active People!

The company also has available non-sports- themed bandages with two designs that will be available on July 24th. Perfect for action-loving boys, “Rescue” themed bandage features fire trucks and ambulances, while “Lady Bug” – adorned with butterflies and ladybugs– is sure to delight little girls.

Visit www.sportsshield.com for more information, to purchase products and more.

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