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Review of Lauren's Hope Medical ID Bracelets

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We are fortunate to be very healthy at my house. None of my kids suffer from allergies (beyond the occasional ragweed attack) and we consider ourselves to be blessed, indeed! Other kids I know are not so fortunate.

Whether your little one suffers from peanut allergies, seizure disorders, or diabetes, it's important that others know to avoid any medical mishaps. While medical ID bracelets are nothing new, there has long been a need for kid-sized bracelets that are both durable and attractive. That's why we were taken aback by the breathless beauty of Lauren's Hope Medical ID Bracelets!

With a variety of mix-and-match options for kids of all ages and sizes, Lauren's Hope has combined safety with style, for discreet and beautiful protection. Prices and styles vary:

- Tags are made with sterling silver, 14kt. Gold-filled, and Swarovski Crystals!
- Bracelets can be ordered without a tag
- Each tag holds up to 5 lines of information with up to 20 characters per line
- For ages 5 to adult

You can choose from assorted styles of bead strands to create different looks for your standard engraved ID tag! Lauren's Hope also has braided leather bracelets, cotton bracelets, and adjustable waterproof bracelets!

These are too precious for words.... visit their website to see for yourself!


We have a few samples to share with our readers with a value of over $150! We are giving away one new Adjustable Waterproof and Waterproof Medical Wristband in pink (size small) and a child's size "Severe Allergy to Peanuts" engraved bracelet (size 6" mood bead strand with extra 6.5" pink crystal bead strand). We are also giving away one adult "Diabetes: Insulin Dependent" engraved crystal bead strand bracelet.
To be entered to win, please leave a comment on this post with your choice of either the a) child's peanut allergy prize or the b) adult diabetes prize. You have until Wednesday Aug 13th at 11 pm CST to get your entries in! Contest subject to full site rules and privacy policy.

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33 comments

  1. these are so pretty, really and saw the dog tags- coulda used those a few years ago.

    The adult diabetes is so pretty and doesn't stand out- thankyou for this site.

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  2. What a great product to review! I like the stylish bracelets for a great medical alert! I would love to win the Diabetes crystal bead strand for the adult. My mom has diabetes. I wouldn't mind if I won the child's bracelet, too...I have 2 nieces who deal with diabetes, too.

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    sharvey(AT)connections-etc(DOT)net

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  3. angelina115@hotmail.com

    adult diabetes prize. my mother in-law has diabetes, so i would love to win it for her.

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  4. These are really nice looking. My son is allergic to peanuts (and all other nuts). It's a very scary allergy to have when.

    Our biggest concern has been school. My son can have a severe reaction if someone just touches him after they've eaten something that contains nuts.

    My biggest fear is that my son will start to have a reaction at school and go to the bathroom because he starts feeling bad, throw up and never come out.

    I am also allergic to nuts and have had a few major reactions. They were the scariest things I had to go through. It tore my heart out seeing my son go through it as well.

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  5. the adult diabetes prize my friend has it

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  6. My mother in law is diabetic and I worry about her going out and about with no ID bracelet.
    I would love to be able to give her one of these; thank you so very much for thinking of this. There is a need! Diabetic women are still women and love their fancy jewels!

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  7. shopper319 (at) yahoo (dot) comAugust 6, 2008 at 10:41 PM

    I would love the adult diabetes bracelet. I am diabetic, insulin dependant and fairly newly diagnosed, so one of these is on my "have to get list". I also want to let you know that I love this contest, you could possibly be saving someones life with these bracelets. This is one of the most thoughtful contests I have seen. My son is egg/milk allergic so I know that having children with allergies is difficult especially during the school year. I hope the peanut allergy bracelet goes to someone that really needs it. Good Luck everyone!

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  8. My son has food allergies the scariest of which is nuts. I like the blue cotton braid.

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  9. An allergic reaction to peanuts is scary for us. Our grand daughter (4)has this allergy which includes foods that are made where peanuts may have been. She has eczema and also the allergy to peanuts. Every time we babysit we have to make sure we have the EpiPen with us. Before we buy any food for her she reminds us to check the labels.

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  10. I would like a peanut allergy bracelet.

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  11. I would like to win the Adult Diabetes Prize. Thank you for the contest!
    txgigggles@yahoo.com

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  12. I'm a new diabetic and could use this bracelet.

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  13. I would love the adult diabetes bracelet! I have been a diabetic for 21 years and this could have came in handy a couple of times! Thanks for the chance to win!

    osufan6996@hotmail.com

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  14. Great giveaway!!!

    I would like to win the Adult Diabetes Prize.

    Thank you so very much, and god bless all!


    Kelsey
    rawrissexy@gmail.com

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  15. Adult Diabetes Bracelet, it's beautiful and useful.

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  16. What a fantastic giveaway. I would choose the b) adult diabetes prize. I have been an insulin dependent (type 1) since early childhood. I am embarrassed to say that I do not wear any type of medical identification. Now finding and learning about Lauren's Hope to have found a medical id bracelet that combines safety with style - I have no excuse. Thank you.

    brn2lisn{at}gmail{dot}com

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  17. I would love to have the adult diabetes one. It's so hard to find a medical bracelet that is trendy (and not ugly).

    sparkofutterance@hotmail.com

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  18. My daughter is 5 years old and lethally allergic to peanuts. It's difficult, as her peanut allergy singles her out from several activities weekly (playing at a neighbor's house since their homes are not allergy proofed, going out for ice cream, etc).

    I have been needing to buy her a new medicalert bracelet since the engraving wore off of the one she has now, so I figured I'd try to win one for her! GREAT CONTEST!

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  19. beverly (northridge, oh)August 11, 2008 at 2:35 AM

    Childs peanut allergy.
    Thanks!

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  20. I would like the Peanut Allergy Bracelet. I have a peanut allergy.

    lilacflower333@aol.com

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  21. the adult diabetes since my motherinlaw has it :(

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  22. I need the Child's allergy to Peanuts for my grandson.

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  23. Child's peanut allergy. Would be great for my nephew staring school. thanks, justicecw@hotmail.com

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  24. What a wonderful prize. My little niece has a severe peanut allergy and my sister in law is forever having to make sure there are none served around her, especially like on airplanes and in confined places.
    This is a fabulous giveaway, thank you.

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  25. I would be interested in the adult diabetes one as both my daughter and myself have diabetes. Thanks for the contest. These are great looking!

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  26. My son has nut/peanut allergies. I'd love to win an alert bracelet for him. He's just getting to an age where he should have one.

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  27. child's peanut allergy prize

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  28. The child's bracelet is the one I need for my friend's daughter. It is such a great idea, especially when kids don't always think to tell about their allergies. Thank you for the contest!

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  29. I would love to win the adult diabetic prize and give to my mom. She is diabetic & here lately she has been getting tremendous low readings where she sweats nearly passing out to extreme high readings to needing to go to the emergency room. The bracelet would really come in handy in either cases. If someone is not aroung. I love the look!!!

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  31. Any Multiple Sclerosis alert bracelets would be great!!

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  32. Please enter me into the contest for the adult diabetes prize. Thanks!

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