Dress-up Your Wound
When I was a kid, I always made my mom buy me Barbie or the colourful Band-Aids. The decorative bandage somehow always made my boo boo feel that much better.
Thanks to Cynthia Rowley, I can throw away my boring clear bandages and buy her newly designed, stylish Band-Aids. For $10, you can cover up your nasty, bloody cut with sequins or a Cynthia Rowley deisgn. Sounds good to me! These Band-Aids are limited edition and $1 from each sale will go to Design Ignites Change, an organization that engages high school and school students in design and architecture projects that address social issues in their own communities.
Even though I'm 22, I manage to still give into the pretty, to no purpose chachkas. These might be along the same line as the Chanel fake tattoos, but I could see people using these even if they don't have a cut to cover up. For $10, they go to a good cause, and even if you don't wear them, you get 20 decorative Band-Aids and a cute tin box.