DIY First Aid Kit

Hi friends. Today I’m sharing a fun and easy DIY First Aid Kit. Before moving to Oregon, I would hike with my very adventurous friend Hannah. Our hikes were long and beautiful but my feet would hate me by the end. From blisters to being clumsy and getting cuts, every time I wished I had a first aid kit.

DIY First Aid Kit

Thank you CUROXEN® for sponsoring this post. All opinions and thoughts are my own.

Now that I am in Oregon, there are more hikes than ever! I have already done a couple and can’t wait to tackle some more as the summer temps cool down just a bit.

DIY First Aid Kit

This DIY First Aid Kit is meant for day hikes and injuries like scrapes, cuts, blisters, and other minor injuries. Here’s what I got in my first aid kit:


CUROXEN® is an all-natural and organic first aid ointment that kills 5x more germs that Neosporin®.

It only has 4 ingredients and is free of synthetic antibiotics (neomycin, bacitracin, & polymyxin) that cause allergic reactions in an estimated 10%.

I added this to my first aid kit because CUROXEN® uses ingredients I trust especially with my sensitive skin.

DIY First Aid Kit

CUROXEN® is easy to use and apply. They have a couple of different varieties: Original, For Kids +Vitamin D, and +Instant Pain Relief. I love the one with instant pain relief because I do not tolerate pain very well.

DIY First Aid Kit
DIY First Aid Kit

more items to include:

  • Gauze
  • Alcohol Prep Wipes
  • Band-Aids
  • Blister Bandages (Moleskin)
  • First Aid Tape
  • Scissors
  • Hand Sanitizer

These are just the basic items that I have in my first aid kit based on the injuries I’ve sustained while hiking. It you’re even more clumsy that me, you might want to think about the types of injuries you get while being outdoors and include those extra items. I probably could use a compression wrap for my ankle rolling but I haven’t had too much of those, thank God.

Don’t forget to checkout CUROXEN® at Amazon.com and start making your perfect summer first aid kit.

What are some things that you carry in your day pack or even your car? I would love to hear your recommendations in the comment below.

xx // christine


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