If you go to the website for the kit's manufacturer you can order there. They have an amazing array of products in mini kits.
answered 10 months ago
Go to the maker´s website http://pinchprovisions.com/ and you can order refills there
You can get refills at pinchprovisions.com! They're the brand that makes all of the mini emergency kits!
No refills available. I guess you'd just order a whole new one or try and refill what you've used yourself...
answered 11 months ago
(Palm Springs, CA)
I believe refills are sold through Sephora.
If you go to Pinch Provisions online (they produce this product) you can find both refills for some of the items as well as a pouch that comes with multiple refills. (I can't list the URL here, per Sephora rules but just search for miniemergency kit and it will come up.)
Not everything is available as a refill (Advil, tampon) but they are items you should be able to easily find yourself.
It's a little pricy. You may have do better by tucking in samples of your own towelettes and such that you get as freebies/samples once you know how to pack everything in. But you can check the site and decide what works for you.
answered 1 year ago
As far as I know you just get them directly from the site of the people who make these - just google 'minimergency kit' and it should be the first or second hit. They have refill kits with just the single-use stuff like the towelettes.
that said, it shouldn't be too hard to find replacements elsewhere. Deodorant, makeup/nail polish remover, and hand sanitizer have all been available in single-use packets or towelette form for *years* - and they've been getting increasingly easy to find in the last 3-4. I mean, I can see how you might want to get the complete kit to start with but to replace individual items as you go along, you can probably do it by buying the supplies as the need arises.
This has the added benefit that it lets you build up a stash of supplies, so eventually, you will be able to put together your own kit that's completely tailored to your needs. That's what I do; I've been making my own kits like this for years, both for me and to give to friends, using all kinds of small pouches or containers including large coin purses, small makeup bags, and even tins - way before I came across any commercial ones. I continued doing this after I discovered the ready-made ones because these always include things I never use and lack things I do: my current kit actually reuses the pouch from the minimergency kit, but filled with my own supplies!