Little Remedies New Parents Survival Kit : Baby's First Year Essentials
- The Little Remedies New parents Survival Kit includes pediatrician recommended products that provide safe, gentle and effective relief from the common discomforts experienced by infants and children without unnecessary additives all in an attractive, durable case with a slim line design and built-in handle and latch. Great to hold story books, coloring books, toys, and much more.
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The kit includes:
Little Noses Decongestant Nose Drops .5 OZ
Little Tummys Gripe Water 2 OZ
Little Teethers Oral Pain Relief Gel, .33 OZ
Little Noses Saline Spray/drops .5 OZ
Little Tummys Gas Relief Drops .5 OZ
Little Colds Baby Rub 1.0 OZ
A small nail clipper, aspirator bulb, & a medicine syringe
And a cheap green plastic case which was broke
That does not add up to anywhere near $30-40 for the amount of stuff and the fluid ounces. For the same price you can buy all of those items in the regular sized portions. This is somewhat of a sampler kit that should be no more than 10-15 dollars and that is being generous.
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Very useful kit, although I would add another Gas Relief Drops bottle to the kit (to last at least until the kid turns 2 months old)Published 23 months ago by Lele
This is a great gift for expecting moms! Doesn't matter if this is their first or sixth baby. So nice to have all the essentials when you have a crying baby at midnight. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Erica J.
Best thing to have around the house as a new parent..at one time or another YOU WILL use everything in this kit... Read morePublished 23 months ago by jillie123
This product Should show the expiration dates in info, these medications/items expire sooner than expected. Might of rethought purchase if knew the date.Published on December 16, 2013 by autumn ramirez
After reading several reviews that said the medicine was expired, I checked mine right away. Lo and behold, the expiration date marked on the outside of the kit clearly says it... Read morePublished on December 5, 2013 by Marshall Family
The products were not expired, which was good. If you do not need the case I would recommend you just buy the regular products from Little Remedies. Read morePublished on November 23, 2013 by Smartshopper
The suitcase it comes in is really unnecessary. It's a lot of packaging for naught. The items themselves are great, but the decongestant for ages 2+ is also unnecessary. Read morePublished on October 9, 2013 by TM Gonzalez
Basically the same as other reviews. The kit has everything full size and it has a good assortment of items but I ordered this Sep 8 and it expires in December. Read morePublished on September 11, 2013 by CKTX