What To Do When Your Child Gets Stung by a Bee
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What To Do When Your Child Gets Stung by a Bee

The following post is sponsored by Nexcare™ Brand but the opinions are our own.

Getting stung by a bee is painful for anyone, but it can be especially scary and uncomfortable for young children. Luckily Nexcare™ Sensitive Skin products can help make the after care a little easier.

Nexcare™ Brand from 3M offers the Nexcare Sensitive Skin Collection, a new line of first aid products specially formulated for sensitive or fragile skin. These products offer reliable adhesion and gentle removal and are ideal for kids (and everyone from infants to the elderly).

The Nexcare Sensitive Skin line includes First Aid Tape, Adhesive Pads and Eye Patches, all of which are hypoallergenic and provide long-term adhesion, yet remove cleanly and easily with minimal hair pulling for a kind removal experience.

The video below shows how to remove the stinger, clean the wound and apply Nexcare Sensitive Skin First Aid Tape. You’ll feel confident knowing that the wound is protected and your child won’t have to worry about painful bandage removal!

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The Nexcare Sensitive Skin collection is priced from $7.49 and is available at select retail stores nationwide. For additional information and to get a coupon, visit nexcare.com/sensitiveskin

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