- Product Dimensions: 11.4 x 7.1 x 2.5 cm ; 454 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 18.1 g
- Item Model Number: 4414
- ASIN: B00006IDL5
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 14 February 2018
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 6,489 in Health, Household & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health, Household & Personal Care)
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Band-Aid Advanced Healing Regular 10
- Plaster seals the wound to act like an instant scab, and absorbs wound fluid to create an optimal moist healing environment for fast wound healing
- Waterproof: 100% waterproof. Shields out water, dirt and germs that can cause infection. - Acts like an instant scab
- Extra Flexibility: Moves with you
- Superior adhesion: Stays in place for several days
- ydrocolloid promotes faster healing. (Compared to regular adhesive bandages)
Style Name: Activ-Flex | Size: 10 Count
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At a Glance:
- 360-degree Flexibility moves with you
- Ultra Thin Inspired by Skin
- Not made with natural rubber latex
- Outflexes and outlasts ordinary bandages
- 100% Waterproof seal protects against dirt and germs.
- Stays in place for multi day use
- #1 Mom Recommended Brand*
- #1 Doctor Recommended Brand**
BAND-AID Brand ACTIV-FLEX Adhesive Bandages – 10-count
BAND-AID Brand ACTIV-FLEX Adhesive Bandages comfortably mold to your skin to form a 100 percent waterproof, germproof, dirt-proof seal that moves with you. They're ultra-thin and ultra-flexible. BAND-AID Brand ACTIV-FLEX Adhesive Bandages protect minor wounds so you can move on with your day. This package contains 10 sterile bandages, each measuring .875 by 2.56 inches.
Heals the Hurt Faster
A covered wound heals faster than an uncovered one.*** BAND-AID Brand Adhesive Bandages have a non-stick HURT-FREE pad that won't stick to the wound for gentle removal.
Warning: Diabetics and those with poor circulation or fragile skin should not use this product.
About BAND-AID Brand Adhesive Bandages
BAND-AID Brand Adhesive Bandages have long been a staple in a family’s first-aid kit as a source of comfort and protection. In a world full of cuts, scrapes and blisters it seems hard to imagine life without those little adhesive bandages. BAND-AID Brand of First Aid Products has moved from being strictly a bandage to becoming a brand that offers a wide variety of products to meet the diverse needs of today’s active families and their lifestyles. From 1920 to today, we’ve stuck with you through the years and hope our products inspire you to express yourself. Our mission is to cover all your wound-protection needs in a fun and stylish way!
*200 moms with children ages 3-11 were surveyed via Toluna’s national consumer panel. Each panelist was screened for age, gender, presence of children, and age of children before being asked about category and product recommendation. Differences between response groups were verified using a Z-test of proportions, applying a 95% confidence level as the minimum threshold for claim validation.
64% of 314 survey respondents qualified as category recommenders, the overwhelming majority of whom selected BAND-AID Brand of First Aid Products as the brand they recommend most.
** Symphony Health Solutions conducted a survey among 183 Primary Care Physicians. Forty-six percent (46%) said BAND-AID Brand of First Aid Products was the #1 recommended brand vs. the next highest recommended brand, Curad, at 13%. In addition the Johnson & Johnson RED CROSS Brand was the #1 recommended brand at 38% vs. the next highest recommended brand, Curad, at 14%.
***Eaglstein WH. Moist wound healing with occlusive dressings: a clinical focus. Dermatol. Surg. 2001; 27: 175 -181.
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Safety WarningWARNING: Diabetics and those with poor circulation should use under the supervision of a Health Care Professional. CONTRAINDICATIONS: DO NOT USE on deep puncture wounds, fragile skin, burns, stitches, infected areas or on children under 2 years of age.
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Since I started using these Band-Aids in place of regular adhesive strips, I have decided to use these exclusively.
Even though they are more expensive, I believe they are much better, particularly with the advanced healing technology.
If you haven’t tried these before, I suggest you give them a try- I would be surprised if you were disappointed.
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There is no doubt that these are special purpose bandages. They are intended for small wounds or abrasions in difficult locations, such as on a finger tip, or between fingers. They do that job very well, and in my limited experience, and as long as the injury is cleaned thoroughly and perhaps treated with Iodine, they can be left in place for several days and will even withstand a light hand washing or a shower.
They don't tolerate ointments or creams, especially if the cream extends beyond the edge of the band-aid, and can be dislodged with scraping of the edge, but I think they are just the thing for an injury that fits within the central area.
Highly recommended for specific uses. I use these for finger tip cracks and injuries.
I actually prefer CVS's store brand to Band-Aid brand, but these are good.
I work in a hospital, and tiny nicks, cuts, and scrapes can get dangerous if exposed to certain pathogens, regardless of how often I wash or disinfect (ouch) my hands.
Popping one of these on saves me pain and decreases the risk considerably. Plus, they heal minor wounds much faster, and are waterproof. Seriously - what more could anyone want from a bandaid?
Only cons are that the adhesive starts to wear after a couple days and the glue peels off around the edges. Not a big deal as it's probably time to take it off anyway. You also have to make sure that the skin is *completely dry* when you put the band-aid on or it won't adhere right. That's a pain, considering how few you get in a box, but once you get the technique down, these are a finger cut's best friend.