5 ways to gear up for summer with an FSA

Below is a list of items you can buy while saving money by using an FSA:

Take care of your little one on the road, in the park, or anywhere elseoutside of home through:

Breast pumps and accessories

Thermometers

Thermal-aid hot/cold therapy stuffed animals

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Prepare for a camping trip, a hike, summer stay at the lake or beach, and more:

Purchase a pre-packaged first-aid kit

Bandages

First aid kit for kids

Tape and gauze

First aid dressings

Wound care

Cold packs

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Restock your home medicine cabinet with:

Cold medicine (this will require a prescription for FSA reimbursement)

Pill dispensers and boxes

Allergy relief (this will require a prescription for FSA reimbursement)

Contact lenses and contact lens solution

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Gear up for summer sports and outdoor activities with:

Elastic bandages/wraps

Hot and cold packs for pain relief

Ankle, knee, and other joint supports

If your child is in school, you can also use an FSA to cover an annual physical.

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Protect your skin with:

Sunscreen – spray or lotion

Lip balm with sun protection

Baby sunscreen

Sunscreen with bug repellent

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