during sports, so make sure to have the right products to help you in those moments when you have cut yourself or sprained an ankle. A well-stocked medicine cabinet means you are all set in those crucial moments. Check the Elastoplast range for especially convenient essentials and solutions, such as Plastic Plaster, the Kitchen Kit or Spray Plaster which protects your wounds even in awkward places.
4. Assemble a “to-go-set”
Why should a first aid kit be something stationary? It makes sense to compile a selection of products that can be taken in your sports bag in case something happens during a workout, hiking or other outdoor or sports activities. A selection of plasters and bandages, as well as Elastoplast Hot/Cold Pack, are handy to have with you.
5. Calling sheet
This can be a crucial time-saver: Always keep important emergency phone numbers such as those for an ambulance, for your doctor and pharmacy, or for any hotlines (e.g. poison hotline) in the first aid kit.