Friday, December 13, 2013

Holiday Gift Guide - Mayim Bialik MEDICAL ID Bracelet

"Product was received for free in exchange for an honest review."

 Hope Paige, makers of fashionable medical ID accessories, has teamed up with star of The Big Bang Theory, as well as the 90s’ NBC series Blossom and Emmy nominee Mayim Bialik to create a customized bracelet that will raise awareness for illnesses close to Mayim’s heart such as epilepsy, cancer, diabetes and allergies. Mayim’s bracelet is available for purchase online at and 100% of profits from sales will go towards the Golisano Children's Hospital at the University of Rochester Medical Center. As a philanthropist, mother of two, actress and style maven, Mayim created her bracelet to provide a stylish alternative to medical ID jewelry and raise awareness for a great cause, potentially saving a life.

My thoughts:

I gave my mom this fashionable bracelet.  It is very easy to get on and off.  No clasps to open and close.  It has  beautiful crystal stones and charms, which actually take your eye away from the medical ID charm.

My mom went to a luncheon with a group of her friends, and she received numerous compliments on her bracelet.  They didn't even notice that it was a medical charm bracelet until my mom pointed it out.

These bracelets can be engraved with up to four lines with fifteen character on each line.  The plates are stainless steel.  This bracelet is a must have for anyone who has diabetes, epilepsy, autism, allergies to food peanut, and high blood pressure to name a few.  For just $29.95, you can save a child or adults life.  And you can not put a price on a life.

  Golisano Children's Hospital at the University of Rochester Medical Center get 100% of profits from the sales of these bracelets.

***Please note that I received no form of monetary compensation for this post. 


Robin Wilson said...

It is a very pretty bracelet but I don't think I would wear as a Med ID bracelet. As you stated the other charms take away from the ID charm and make it hardly noticeable.