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Making a Pill Bottle First Aid Kit

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Having a mini first aid kit in your purse or backpack can come in handy. This is a guide about making a pill bottle first aid kit.
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June 8, 2015

This mini first aid kit is perfect for your purse, backpack, or glovebox. You can customize the contents too.

Supplies:

  • large pill bottle (clean with label removed)
  • antibiotic ointment pouches
  • Band-Aids
  • tweezers
  • burn cream pouches, optional
  • hydrocortisone pouches, optional
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Steps:

  1. Clean and dry the pill bottle thoroughly. Then remove the label.
  2. Place a few Band-Aids, a couple of antibiotic ointment pouches, and some tweezers into the bottle.
  3. You can decorate the bottle and/or lid if you want.

NOTE: Our larger first aid kit had the pouches of antibiotic ointment, so I swapped them out for a tube so that I could use them for this smaller kit. You can buy pouches of it online, as well as burn cream and hydrocortisone cream.

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