Back in August (which seems like a million years ago now), we were invited to a lovely summer party at the Roof Garden of John Lewis Oxford Street. Elastoplast wanted to celebrate the launch of their vintage tins. And as I love a bit of vintage, I was excited to go. So the kids and I ventured into central London, for the first time, alone with the kids.
If you’ve never been to the John Lewis Roof Garden, it is an oasis in the heart of the UK’s shopping mecca. It is only open in the summer, (though they have just opened it as a wintry Lunar Lookout until the end of December). In the summer, Elastoplast turned it into a tropical tiki paradise by filling the garden with vintage games for their party. Moozles and Dubz had so much fun. But their favourite part? Coming home and playing with plasters.
Elastoplast have a range of very practical plasters (waterproof, extra tough, sensitive, etc). But they also have cute ones that kids love (think Mickey Mouse, Disney Cars and Princesses). We were given loads of plasters, so the kids had enough to stick all over their bodies (which they did), and we have plenty for actual first aid needs. And we have the lovely red vintage tins in which to keep the plasters. First aid never looked so cute.
We were invited to the Elastoplast party and given a goody bag for the purpose of this review. All opinions expressed are entirely my own.