Band-Aid Brand just introduced Band-Aid Magic Vision, a bandage that works in conjunction with a free iPhone app to help soothe injured kids. Here's how it works: Apply a bandage to an injured child (it can even be a pretend injury, if your kids are prone to inventing cuts and bruises the way mine are), and then point an iPhone or iPad loaded with the app at the bandage. The app then allows kids to interact with one of the three Muppet characters as they comfort the kids. Your children can pose with Miss Piggy on a runway, help Gonzo with one of his crazy daredevil acts, or swing with Kermit as he sings "Rainbow Connection." They can also photograph themselves interacting with the characters, and that sounds like just the cure tots need when they're facing noncritical injuries. What do you think?
The temperature's heating up and lil ones are taking advantage of the weather by spending more time outdoors. Give your medicine cabinet a makeover with the cutest bandages and ice packs for Spring's scrapes and bruises!
Who knew your next paper cut could be an opportunity for a fashion statement? But Cynthia Rowley's limited-edition dress-up Band-Aids are just that, a chic little bandage — and accessory — in one. Each Band-Aid tin contains 20 assorted bandage styles, available for $10 — would you sport them? One dollar from the sale of each will go to help Design Ignites Change, an organization that works with high school and college students in design and architecture projects to address social issues in their communities. Blinged-out Band-Aids plus healing power.
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