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When I was contacted to review a Hope Paige allergy bracelet I immediately agreed. My daughter has an anaphylaxis milk allergy. Spreading the word about a potentially life-saving product seemed only natural. 

**For the purpose of this review, I received a complimentary Braided Elastic “Peaches ‘n Creme” Medical ID bracelet. I did not receive any other compensation. All opinions are my own.**


Hope Paige created an infographic illustrating the amount of children suffering from allergies who will be attending summer camp this year.

Here are some highlights from the infographic:

  • there are over 76.7 million children in the US
  • more than 3 million children have some type of allergy.

Moreover, according to the Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE):

  • 1 in 13 children have a food allergy
  • a food allergy reaction occurs every 3 minutes (US statistics)

Given this information, it’s critical that parents of children with food allergies plan for their children’s health and well-being.


Hope Paige has created fun, fashionable, and affordable medical bracelets for children to wear while outside the home. These bracelets are durable and stylish, but would also stand out to medical professionals.

As I browsed through the Hope Paige online catalog I was impressed by the large selection of medical ID jewelry.

Moreover, the Braided Elastic “Peaches ‘n Creme” Medical ID bracelet I received from Hope Paige was of exceptional quality. The elasticized material makes the bracelet comfortable and it is something that my daughter actually wants to wear.

If your child has allergies I encourage you to check out the variety of bracelets available through the Hope Paige Medical ID Marketplace. I’m certain you’ll find one that works for your child.

Are you looking for a fashionable medical ID bracelet? This is my honest review of the Hope Paige Medical ID Bracelet.

May is Food Allergy Awareness month. This is an important time to increase awareness of food allergies both in our communities and across the country.


Food Allergy Research and Education


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Jennifer Bly
Author of My Kitchen, My Classroom: An Introduction to Homeschool, creator of The Deliberate Mom, and Deliberate Homeschooling. Jennifer writes about parenting, her faith, and life with her husband and two girls. Jennifer has a Bachelor of Applied Human Service Administration Degree with a specialization in Early Learning in Child Care.

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