Boon Care Package Review

Sponsored By: Boon Inc.

Boon sent me this health & grooming kit to review for you guys, you’ll be able to pick one up for yourself at Target ($29.99)

#boonsentmethis I received this wonderful health & grooming kit from Boon Inc! I have owned a few kits similar to this but this one feels more complete to me. Also, the different items don’t feel cheap and I love that it came with a bag to carry everything in as well. Each of the parts is BPA, PVC and Phthalates, they have easy grips so that they don’t slip from your hands. This kit is available at Target (I actually saw it for the first time the other day at my local store.)

What’s Inside;

  • A quick read thermometer
  • Silicone toothbrush
  • Nail clippers
  • Nasal aspirator
  • Medicine spoon
  • Cradle cap brush
  • Bag for travel

Soon after receiving the kit, I put the nail clippers to good use. Normally, I am petrified of clipping baby’s nails. I took my son into the bath so that his nails could be soft and I snipped away. The nail clippers had a barrier around the top which prevented any kind of accident from happening. I loved the grip on these clippers two, the ends were not open and connected which made for betting handling while holding a squirming baby.

My Favorite Thing:

The thermometer is an 8 second quick read type. This is great for children of all ages. The last thing you (or they) want to do is wrestle to get a good temperature reading. With this thermometer, you have a flexible tip which can be used 3 different ways – mouth, rectum and under the arm. In addition to using it for children, there is also a bathtub mode which you can use to test the temperature of the water before placing your baby in it. Shortly after receiving the kit, we had a big come through our home. We tested this thermometer alongside two others and the Boon Inc. thermometer reached the same reading as the other two but within just seconds. The thermometer let us know that our child had a fever by turning red as opposed to the normal range color of green.

We also used the medicine spoon for our two-year old who unfortunately had the big the longest. She was fighting a fever that was on the high side and out of range. I thought it was the perfect opportunity to try the spoon. Normally when she sees the typical medicine syringe, she is freaked out and clams up. The spoon looked more natural to her and therefore she took the medicine with little fight.

Overall, I love this kit and I think it is the perfect registry gift for expecting parents. I am currently in the process of creating a post of my favorite baby items that parents should look into, this will definitely be on there so stay tuned for that!

The cradle cap brush is great for babies who are prone to getting the dry skin up top. 2 of my children have had cradle cap (with one of them it lasted until she was 3) so I tried this brush and I thought it was a great way to stimulate hair growth as well as to get rid of the dry skin that was forming.

About the author...

Hi! Thank you for reading my blog posts, I'm a mother of five with twin boys set to arrive very soon! My days as a photographer began in Southern California where my friends and I had walls full of photos printed from our adventures. I currently shoot with a Canon 5D Mark IV but for the last 5 years I have used a Canon 70D Crop Sensor DSLR because it's the person who makes a good photographer, not the equipment. I strive to document life as it is, to #sustainchildhood is my ultimate goal for you and for me. If you've found my article interesting or helpful, please consider sharing this page and using the hashtag #sustainchildhood so that I can see your work!


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