Hartmann Hypoallergenic Flex-Band Fabric Elastic ...

October 3, 2018 - Comment

Ideal for dressing minor injuries and as a bandage for sensitive skin. Made with a hypoallergenic adhesive. Offers widthway strength for maximum conformability and flexibility. The full adhesive coverage around the wound pad firmly secures the bandage and provides a protective seal. Firmly adheres to the skin, yet can be removed without leaving sticky residue.

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(as of September 20, 2019 8:23 pm GMT+0000 - Details)

Ideal for dressing minor injuries and as a bandage for sensitive skin. Made with a hypoallergenic adhesive. Offers widthway strength for maximum conformability and flexibility. The full adhesive coverage around the wound pad firmly secures the bandage and provides a protective seal. Firmly adheres to the skin, yet can be removed without leaving sticky residue. Round-beveled edges that prevent premature lifting or peeling of the bandage. Strong fabric that is flexible and conforms to any contour. Absorbent wound pad that will not stick to wound. Water-repellant layer that protects against moisture penetration. Latex free.

Product Features

  • Made with a hypoallergenic adhesive.
  • Latex Free
  • Strong fabric that is flexible and conforms to any contour.
  • Water-repellant layer that protects against moisture penetration.
  • Absorbent wound pad that will not stick to wound.

Comments

Lara E. says:

Thank you for these, the only ones I can tolerate! I have a stoma that has to stay covered at all times, which has been really difficult as I’m extremely allergic to adhesive, it literally eats through my skin! Also extremely sensitive to latex. For yrs the only bandaids I could use were the curad for sensitive skin, but needed the large 2×3 size which they so rudely discontinued over a yr or so ago, only the size I needed too, they still have the normal sizes, ugh! I had already tried every single adhesive bandage and medical tape I could find…

D. Figueroa says:

Misleading Description, Poor Quality, Small and NOT Hypoallergenic! I was desperate to find a less expensive bandage. I’ve been spending more than half my monthly income (yes, half) on bandages for the last month and something has to give here, so I took a chance on these. What a disappointment!Yes, the bandage is 2 x 3, but the pad area is about 1 x 1, much smaller than a name brand’s pad normally is. The only thing that the package says is latex-free. There is nothing that says gentle or hypoallergenic the way that name brands, or even store…

Chip says:

BAD NEWS! No way are these hypoallergenic! I got a rash during the one day the bandage was in place that has now lasted three days and counting.In my view, these bandages are the most ALLERGENIC bandages I have ever used. I am itching as I write this. I don’t know if there is a government agency that regulates the claims companies make to their customers (Food & Drug Administration?), but there should be, and this company should be penalized and forced to immediately remove the word…

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