Tote safety and style along to school with these inventive allergy and asthma products.
Make no mistake of allergen needs with Sensitivitees. The adorable graphics clearly display food concerns to keep caregivers and classmates from forgetting. Available in several 100% cotton colors, with shot or long sleeves and seamless and seamless features for added comfort.
U.S. Only: $13.59-19.99 at www.sensitivitees.blogspot.com
All Zipped In
No need for added baggage when donning an Olli Pocket Hoodie. Kids will love this soft 100% organic cotton sweatshirt, complete with a cargo-inspired compartment for two epinephrine injectors or an asthma inhaler and an insert for medical information.
$59.95 at www.ollilolli.com
Skip the paper and plastic white inspiring conscious conversations with #nutfree Reusable Bags. The hashtag helper comes in five alert colors, is made of machine-washable ripstop material, has the capacity of up to three grocery bags, and folds into a flat pouch.
$12 at www.allergyapparel.com
Stick it to Them
Get the message across with kidecals Allergy Labels. The waterproof decals adhere to clothing, bottles, backpacks and lunchboxes, and are available in free-from designs or can be customized with the information you want.
$21/36 labels (Everyday Set) at www.Kidecals.com
The CarryNine Premium Leather Wallet offers a stylish solution for food-allergic teens and adults. Handmade with traditional saddle stitching, each sleek case holds an Auvi-Q (U.S.) or Allerject (CA) auto-injector, three credit cards and bills., but is slim enough to slide into a back pocket.
$59 at www.carrynine.com. See also the sleek EpiPen skins, $15.
Attach a KozyGo Puffer Pouch to your child’s backpack and send them off safely with an asthma inhaler in reach. The compact, water-repellent carriers fasten with a buckle or clip and are available in fun designs for functional visibility.
$20 at www.kozygo.ca
Prioritize personal care practicality with a Links of Hope Medical ID Bracelet. Each beaded cuff is crafted by deaf students and artisans in developing countries who receive free jewelry-making training, tools, fairly-traded raw materials and livable wages to promote sustainability.
$60 at www.allergyapparel.com.