Friday, June 24, 2011

Friday Freebie: Natural Woopsie First Aid Pack Giveaway

With warmer weather comes more outdoor activity and inevitably more bumps, more bruises, sore muscles and sore tummies -- from too much ice cream or too much sun. Soothe these upsets and more with a natural soothing hot/cold pain relief pack made with bamboo and buckwheat rather than potentially toxic plastic and fluid. It's Woopsies to the rescue!

Our Woopsie character soothing packs are more than just first aid packs, they become a natural friend. Each of the six different characters has a unique shape, colour and name. They become a real comfort to kids. We keep ours in the freezer and whenever our little ones end up with a bump or bruise they ask for 'Patchy' as they've named him and everything feels better. We consider Patchy a stuffie with a purpose.

These natural first aid/pain relief packs for kids can be warmed in the microwave or chilled in the freezer as the owie demands. They're flexible when frozen and huggable when heated. Filled with hypoallergenic premium buckwheat seeds, these eco-friendly first aid pillow packs are covered with a super soft sustainable viscose from bamboo terrycloth. The embroidered covers are easy to remove and machine washable.

SAVE 15%
From now until midnight Sunday, June 27th use code WOOPSIE and you can save 15% on our yellow Bozzle buckwheat first aid packs!

THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED. CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR WINNER ROBYNL! THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO PARTICIPATED - ALL GREAT TIPS!

WIN IT!
We have a Woopsie soothing pack to give away to one lucky winner. Tell us in a comment below about a natural remedy you recommend for the summer and a Woopsie could be yours! Please be sure to include your email address so we can contact you if you win.

Extra entry:
Like us on our Lavish & Lime Facebook Page and post a comment on our wall about this giveaway.

This is our Friday Freebie, but we're happy to take entries through the weekend. Deadline for entries is midnight PST Sunday, June 26th and we'll announce the randomly chosen winner on this blog post and on Facebook Monday, June 27th. Good luck!

For more green living ideas, visit our eco boutique Lavish & Lime where you'll find hundreds of everyday eco finds and unusual gift ideas that are good for you, your family and the planet too.

32 comments:

Camille Macleod said...

My summer remedy is apple cider vinegar on a mosquito bite to get rid of the itch quick.
Love the whoopise packs :)

beverly said...

We use LISTERINE in a spray bottle when outdoors to keep the Mosquito's away.

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Karalyn Lockhart said...

We use calendula cream on everything in our house. It's great for scrapes, burns, cuts etc. It's like a natural polysporin :)

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Anonymous said...

I use Bach's rescue cream on misc. bites, scrapes, burns etc. (it also works great on pimples!)

Maria said...

I mix a paste of baking soda and water to soothe mosquito bites :)

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CT Mom said...

We use burt's bee boo boo stick.
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Morgan said...

Toothpaste on Mosquito bites works amazingly well.
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Anonymous said...

Chewing on frozen peas is a cool healthy snack to beat the heat and sore teething gums:) mrsvambeek@aol.com

Jen said...

Aloe vera plants come in handy for burns and sunburns!

mcmillan_jamie said...

Summer remedy recommendation is Aloe Vera for sunburns and lots of water (to combat dehydration in the heat :)
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RJ said...

We use lemon and honey in hot water. Sip it to soothe a sore throat and ease a scratchy cough.

Chelsea said...

Homemade electrolyte rehydration drinks (easy to do with just water, some salt, and a bit of honey of fruit juice if you'd like)river26[at]gmail[dot]com

robynl said...

Like us on our Lavish & Lime Facebook Page and post a comment on our wall about this giveaway.

Did both

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robynl said...

after shave lotion/cologne on mosquito bites works wonders to take away the itch

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Charlene Vidal said...

Include cucumber, beet, and watermelon in your snacks or meals. These are cooling foods and help reduce the heat in the body and also keep you hydrated during the summer heat.

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Shelley said...

Already a fan of Lavish and Lime. Sunburn tip: • Cucumber and lime juice serve to cool and lighten sunburn. Mix in equal ratio and apply often.
For bug bites: cut a lemon in half and scratch your itch with the soft pulpy side of it. This will reduce the chances of getting an infection from scratching with your fingernails. Sometimes we just have to itch!
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Anonymous said...

My aloe vera plant for sunburn & insect bites. Works like a charm.

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Lisa said...

I’ve tried all sorts of coughing syrups, believe me, but none of them helps. Even though Nin Jiom Pei Pa Koa http://www.geocities.jp/ninjiom_hong_kong/index_e.htm does not eliminates the cough I like to stick to this chinese syrup I’ve been taking since I was a kid: Nin Jiom Pei Pa Koa. My grandfather is chinese, so I guess my mom got the advice from him. I was really surprised when I found that chinese market selling it here in Belgium. It does have a refreshing, soothing, sweetening effect…as long as it lasts…then back to coughing mode.

Anonymous said...

We use vinegar for many things, including bug itches, and sprayed around our camper to keep ants out. Thanks!
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This is excellent article about first aid. Actually we need to set a trend to keep first aid kit with us in our conveniences, houses and offices.

Harley Street Psychotherapist said...

This is so awesome. I didn't know they even offered these type of products. I will need to find out if they do this in my area. Thanks for sharing.

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