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TruKid Sport Stick and Hero Stick Review

TruKid Sport Stick and Hero Stick Review

When we go out and really enjoy the outdoors, it is impossible to avoid getting bug bites, sore muscles or owies. Accidents happen and for kids the irritation is more intense because they have not built up a tolerance for these inconveniences. TruKid develop the Sport Stick and Hero Stick to easily soothe your kids irritations quickly.

Functionality: Anything that helps keep your kids from whining about discomfort is very functional in my opinion. This product lets you and your kids focus more on enjoying the outdoors and less on pampering your child’s discomfort to the elements of being outside. These are great products to stock in your first aid kit for quick relief to many irritations associated with the outdoors.

Ease Of Use: Both the TruKid Sport Stick and Hero Stick are about 3 inches long and 3/4 inch in diameter and easily fits in your pocket. Very easy to distinguish the difference between the two sticks with the color schemes to represent their use. Just remember red for bites and owies and blue for sore muscles and joints. To use, simply pull off the cap and twist the bottom to expose a little medicine and apply to the affect area. So easy your kids can do it themselves.

Value: At $12.49 each you can pick up the TruKid Sport Stick and Hero Stick. That is a great value for knowing you and your kids will always be comfortable when you’re outside. These products are extra gentle for your kids and the planet by using only natural ingredients.

TruKid Sport Stick and Hero Stick Review
TruKid Sport Stick and Hero Stick

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