Liquid adhesive plaster for small cuts and injuries (bandage, band-aid, sticking plaster)
What is a Liquid adhesive plaster for small cuts and injuries (bandage, band-aid, sticking plaster)?
Liquid adhesive plaster is a new form of commonly spread band-aid for everyday used. It's a liquid containing pyroxylin, a nitrocellulose compound used in making water-repellent coatings. It allows the plaster to protect the injured area from contact with water and to protect the plaster from an accidental slipping off. Liquid adhesive plaster allows to wash the dishes, swim in the pool, take the shower and even not to be afraid of sweating from taking physical activity,
Liquid adhesive plaster effectively protects the injured skin from bacteria, dirt and dust. After the liquid dries, it adheres to the skin much more firmly than the usual band-aid. Liquid plaster is suitable for small cuts and injuries on hands, arms, legs and feet. It provides protection without limitation of your everyday activity, including sports, showering or bathing.
Active principles: pyroxylin
Amount: 10 g
Maker: Kyowa Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd., Osaka, Japan
Indications: Liquid adhesive plaster is effective for protecting small cuts, injuries and wounds from bacteria, dirt and dust
How to use
Clean the affected are and apply a small amount of the liquid. Let dry naturally without getting in contact with water while drying.
Contraindications: do not use Liquid plaster for the following cases:
- big or deep wounds, cuts or injuries,
- wounds or cuts on face or head, especially around eyes,
- wounds or cuts on mucus membrane,
- wet or inflamed affected area,
- the skin damage after shaving, hair epilation or skin bleaching,
- the damaged area covers the wide surface (applying to a big surface may interfere with skin breathing).
- the damaged area wet from water or sweat (wipe it dry before applying).
Avoid getting into the eyes. If the liquid got into the eyes, rinse with water immediately and consult with a doctor.
At the moment of the applying the plaster may cause a slightly unpleasant feeling, but usually it stops once the plaster dries.
Do not try to remove the dried plaster with too much force. If you need to remove the plaster quickly, reapply a new coat of Liquid plaster over the dried one and remove together before drying.
If an allergic reaction occurs, patient needs to stop using the medicine and consult with their doctor. If patient is taking any other medication or treatment, they should consult with their doctor in advance.