Saturday 24 January 2015

Dermocare WWF Safari & Sea Life Plasters

C is now a toddler and, like most toddlers, he loves being on his feet and running around. He gets his clumsiness from his daddy and I don't think we have ever had a day where he hasn't fallen over. 

Dermocare sent C some of their WWF patterned plasters to try out. He's at that age where every day he learns lots of new things. Recently, he's been super interested in animals. We bought him a sea animal book and cup at our trip to the museum a couple of weeks ago and he is obsessed with them. The 2 sets of Dermocare plasters had Safari and Ocean Life themes printed on them so I knew he'd love looking at them and telling me which animals he knew and want me to tell him what the new animals were. 

There are 18 plasters in each box and come in three different sizes. They are waterproof and breathable, hypoallergenic and latex free, they offer protection from dirt and bacteria, and they are suitable for all ages. 

The Sea Life plasters have dolphins, great white sharks, seals, saltwater crocodiles, sea turtles, penguins, lionfish, seahorses and clownfish and the Safari plasters have leopards, zebras, orang-utans, rattlesnakes, lion, tigers, giraffes and giant pandas on them. I was right and he was so excited about the different animals. 

One thing that I was worried about was the removal. I hate removing plasters on myself so I was very wary of removing C's and hurting him but he didn't flinch at all. They don't leave residue either.  He really loves stickers so I did think that he might try and use them as stickers but they stick down really well and he is unable to peel them off by himself. 

By purchasing these plasters, you are supported the WWF and all the work that they do. 

The plasters retail at £2.99 per pack and you can purchase them from Ocado and Tesco. 

(Disclaimer: I received these items free of charge in exchange for this post. All thoughts and opinions are my own.)

1 comment on "Dermocare WWF Safari & Sea Life Plasters"
  1. I saw a giveaway for these on Twitter a little while ago and I thought they were so cool looking. Makes a lovely change from boring normal plasters x