8 Natural First Aid Kit Supplies (For the Car)

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Listen, I know Spring just got here, but just admit it that Summer will be here before we know it! And of course, with the warmer days we’re spending a lot more time outside! We love to go visit the creek or just play out in the backyard! But I’ve already killed too many ticks to count, pulled out a couple of splinters, dealt with scraped knees from falling, and the mosquitos are already out. So today I’m sharing 8 natural first aid kit supplies for the car!

Natural first aid kit supplies sitting on kitchen counter. Pictured is active skin repair, motherlove green salve, arnicare gel, green goo position ivy cream, and arnica montana.

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8 Natural First Aid Kit Supplies

  • Active Skin Repair: We use this for all the minor cuts and scrapes. Comes in gel or spray form. I keep the spray in our car.
  • Motherlove Green Salve: This is used to help with any insect bites and other skin irritations.
  • Green Goo Poison Ivy: If you do any hiking this is a must for poison ivy, oak, and sumac.
  • Arnicare Gel: Use this for any muscle pain or stiffness when you’re out hiking.
  • Arnica Montana: This is taken orally to help relieve any swelling from injuries.
  • Insect Repellent: An easy, natural, effective insect spray repellent from Kindling Wild.
  • Tweezers: We use these to remove splinters and ticks.
  • Bandages: Keep these handy for the ones that need something to cover a scrape or minor cut.
Small blue glass bottle with Bug Spray label on front, sitting on a wooden playset.

Travel Storage

There’s multiple ways you can store all of your supplies in your car. I usually shop my house first before I purchase anything new. I had a clear pouch from Old Navy one year that works great for this because I can see through it and it’s easy to clean if anything spills.

This pouch is small enough I just keep it in the console of our car. If I need to I will grab and toss in our diaper bag. It’s small enough that it doesn’t take up much extra space.

Clean bag with bees printed on it. Bag contains the 8 natural first aid kit supplies.

Here’s a few ideas of similar items if you don’t already have something on hand.

Woman spraying the active skin repair on a child's scraped knee.

Bonus Supplies for Natural First Aid Kit

  • Nail Clippers: We’re constantly clipping nails, so this just makes things handy. (haha, see what I did there)
  • Cotton Balls: These come in handy for random things.
  • Cotton Swabs: I like to use these to apply the Active Skin Repair Hydrogel.
  • Black Drawing Salve Stick: Perfect for insect bites, splinters, rashes and more.
  • All Purpose Salve Stick: Minor cuts and scrapes.
  • Arnica Salve Stick: Great travel size and easy to apply to help reduce bumps and bruises.
  • Disposable Gloves: You just never know when you might need a pair of gloves.

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  1. Great idea!!! I love natural products. I need to make a bag like this one! Thank you so much for sharing!!

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