Canadian designer Joyce Dang created this unique band-aid dispenser concept that looks like a brightly colored fish. Each band-aid dispenser is placed on a piece of card stock material and boasts the outline of a fish -- the scales of the fish are actually peel-away band-aids.
This adorable design concept makes the act of healing a cut more kid-friendly and less scary. The idea of the product is to make children feel happy while they are injured. In addition to resembling a toy, this band-aid dispenser's bold colors and recognizable creatures distract kids.
Each fish is a bright color of yellow, pink or orange. They all contain multiple rows of colorful band-aids that are easily pulled off and placed on cuts or scratches. This child-friendly first aid product brings a humbling aspect to the unavoidable injuries that children will obtain.
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