The Ultimate First Aid Kit List

Top 25 essential and advanced supplies to treat scrapes, cuts, sprains, and more serious injuries

Preparing for an Unexpected Injury

Wondering what type of bandages, wraps, ointments, medications, and other essential medical supplies should be in your first aid kit?

Let's help get you prepared for an unexpected accident and injury at home or on the road. According to the National Safety Council, in 2021 there were over 52 million injuries that required medical consultation, and this does not take into consideration all of the smaller cuts and scrapes that people treat on their own.

Choosing the best first aid kit can depend on a variety of factors such as the purpose of the kit, the size of the kit, and the specific needs of the individual or group.

Using our Ultimate First Aid Kits List will help you determine the best essential medical supplies to keep on hand in your home and in your vehicle. And for those looking to have more advanced supplies such as tourniquets, sutures, chest seals, and more you will find this checklist extremely helpful.  

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  • Bandages of various sizes
  • Secure strips
  • Butterfly bandages
  • Liquid skin
  • Gauze pads of various sizes
  • Eye bandage
  • Alcohol prep pads
  • Tweezers
  • Medical gloves
  • Scissors
  • Waterproof tape
  • Instant cold packs
  • Cotton balls and cotton swabs
  • Medications: Ibuprofen, Pain Reliever, Allergy
  • Burn relief gel
  • Sting relief
  • Antibiotic ointment
  • Splints
  • Triangle bandages
  • Elastic wraps
  • Chest Seal
  • CPR shield
  • Suture kit
  • Tourniquet
  • Survival Blanket

Our Top-Rated First Aid Kits

Invest in a well-stocked kit and get prepared

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The ultimate first aid kit for your car. Be ready on the road for unexpected accidents. Also handy when you are away from home on adventures like hiking or at the local park. You never know when you may need to take care of scrapes, cuts, or sprains on the go.

  • Perfect for small groups and families
  • Essential supplies for 2-5 people
  • Well-stocked with top-quality first aid supplies
  • Supply options for minor cuts, scrapes, and injuries
  • Advanced supplies include: tourniquet, bleeding control dressing, chest seal and nasal airway tube, micromend kit for deeper cuts and lacerations, and more
  • Even Includes a window breaker

Choose your favorite color lightweight carrying case with large zippers and organized compartments for easy use.

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Best-Selling Sports Kit

The Team Sports Coach's First Aid Kit is designed for coaches and parents to have on-hand at sporting events.

  • Great for youth sporting events like soccer, baseball, basketball, and more
  • Quickly bandage up scrapes and cuts
  • Wrap ankle and knee sprains
  • Splint finger injuries
  • Instant ice packs for injuries and swelling
  • Easy to carry and durable case
  • Perfect for team sports with supplies to cover multiple participants
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NEW Upgrades Include:

  • Folding page design for enhanced organization
  • Extra space so you can organize and customize to fit your needs
  • Hypalon MOLLE panel is highly durable & lightweight
  • High-end metal clips make your kit easy to find in an emergency


  • Great for 2-4 people
  • The ultimate kit to take on adventures and to keep in your home or car
  • Equipped with 100 top-quality first aid supplies
  • Lots of supply options for minor cuts, scrapes, and injuries
  • Medications for pain, headaches, stomach issues, stings and bites, and allergies
  • Basic survival gear like survival blanket and safety whistle
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Best LARGE Kit

Our favorite Large First Aid Kit! This kit is tougher and more versatile than ever, so that you can react with speed and efficiency. Stocked full of high-performance life-saving supplies.

The MyFAK Large First Aid Kit Basic is designed to keep you and your loved ones safe (group size: 5+). This unit is nearly twice the size of the MyFAK and has over 200 essential supplies. Heavy duty construction with extra strong zippers and hardware allow for a lifetime of use.

NEW Upgrades Include:

  • Folding page design for enhanced organization
  • Extra space so you can organize and customize to fit your needs
  • Hypalon MOLLE panel is highly durable & lightweight
  • High-end metal clip makes your kit easy to find in an emergency

Tips for Choosing the Best First Aid Kit

  1. Purpose: Determine the purpose of the first aid kit. Is it for personal use, a specific activity such as camping or hiking, or for a workplace? This will help you determine the size and contents of the kit.

  2. Size: Consider the size of the kit based on the number of people it will be used for and the duration of the activity. A small kit may be sufficient for personal use, but a larger kit may be necessary for a group or extended trip.

  3. Contents: Look for a kit that includes a variety of items such as bandages, antiseptic wipes, gauze, scissors, and adhesive tape. Other items that may be useful include pain relievers, insect repellent, and a CPR mask.

  4. Quality: Choose a first aid kit from a reputable manufacturer that meets industry standards for quality and safety.

  5. Portability: Consider the portability of the kit. A compact and lightweight kit is easier to carry and transport.

  6. Customization: If you have specific needs or medical conditions, look for a kit that can be customized with additional items or medications.

  7. Maintenance: Check the expiration dates of the contents of the kit regularly and replace any expired items.

Overall, the best first aid kit is one that meets your specific needs and is well-stocked with essential items. It is important to keep your kit up-to-date and easily accessible in case of an emergency.

What Supplies Should Be In Your First Aid Kit?

Be prepared for natural disasters, trauma, and much more!

When looking to purchase or update your first aid kit there are basic essential medical supplies that you should definitely have at your disposal for minor cuts, scrapes, and injuries. More advanced supplies may require some level training and should only be used by people with the proper knowledge and experience.


The basics include items such as bandages of various sizes and uses, gauze pads and rolls, adhesive tape, scissors, medical grade gloves, thermometer, and alcohol pads. Items that help with cuts and scrapes.


Your kit should have medications that help alleviate headaches, pain from an injury, allergic reactions, bug bite and stings, and antibiotic ointments for helping treat wounds.


Some of these more advanced medical supplies such as suture kits, tourniquets, chest seals, and CPR shields are great to have as part of your kit, but some of them may require extra knowledge and training on how to properly use them.


Even the most comprehensive first aid kit will not have everything you could need or want. That is why we suggest that you personalize the kit and add to it. Having items like personal medications, a flashlight, paracord, survival blankets, can all come in handy.

Specialty First Aid Kits

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Complete First Aids Kits List

basic and advanced medical supplies and equipment to consider for your kit


Bandages - various sizes

Fingertip Bandages

Knuckle Bandages

Knee/Elbow Bandages

Secure Strips

Butterfly Bandages

Liquid Skin

Gauze Pads - assorted sizes

Gauze Rolls

Adhesive Tape Roll

Eye Bandage

Alcohol Prep Pads


Medical Gloves

Cotton Balls

Cotton Tipped Swabs


Waterproof Tape

Pressure Bandages

Instant Cold Packs


Safety Pins



Pain Reliever

Allergy Medication

Burn Relief Gel

Antibiotic Ointment

Hydrocortisone Cream

Sting Relief

Petroleum Gel/Cream



Triangle Bandages

Elastic Wraps


Chest Seal

CPR Shield

Nasal Airway & Lube

Suture Kit




First Aid Kit Guide

Survival Blanket

Emergency Whistle

Flashlight/Glow Stick


Duct Tape

Personal Medications

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