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Sep 2, 2015

Allergy Alert Wristbands

Protect Children with Allergy Alert Wristbands

When some people think of allergies, they think of the minor sniffles that come with the spring season. But some allergies can be very dangerous, especially in children. Food allergies can be particularly worrisome, as well as allergies to bee stings. About 8% of children have a serious food allergy, and over 30% of those children have an allergy to more than one type of food. Insect allergies are also dangerous, and account for about half of fatal allergic reactions. Allergy alert wristbands can help protect children and get them the best care when needed.

Kids Wear Allergy Alert Wristbands

Children love to wear customized allergy alert wristbands because they can choose their favorite color and style. Allergy alert bands can include the child’s name, allergy issue, and emergency contact information. Not only will this help other adults avoid exposing the child to an allergen, it will also help the child get quick and effective care should they have a reaction. You can even include specialized symbols on your allergy alert wristbands to help communicate the allergy, such as a peanut with a NO symbol over it.

Create Allergy Alert Wristbands Online

Amazing Wristbands is a leading provider of customized silicone wristbands available online, including children’s allergy alert wristbands. Our products are comfortable, durable, and latex free. You can create your custom allergy alert wristbands using our online builder.

The more creative you make your allergy alert bands, the more noticeable they will be and the more kids will want to wear them. Here are some unique ways to customize:

  • Use a color combination, such as segmented or swirled colors
  • Add glitter.
  • Add a glow-in-the-dark effect.
  • Instead of standard wristbands, order slap bands that snap to your wrist and fit snugly in place.
  • Order thick one-inch bands to really make your allergy alert wristbands stand out.
Last modified on: December 30th, 2016