Other Sellers on Amazon
+ FREE Delivery
Band-Aid Brand Blister Protection, Adhesive Bandages, 6 Count
|Price:||($13.75 / Count) & FREE Delivery|
- Seals out water, dirt, and germs
- Gel pad cushions painful blisters
- Waterproof adhesive keeps cushion in place
- Flexible for a comfortable fit
- Six sterile cushion bandages
Product detailsSize:6 Count | Style Name:For Heels
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 2.39 x 7.11 x 11.68 cm; 18 Grams
- Date First Available : 22 May 2018
- Manufacturer : Band-Aid
- ASIN : B077TKLJ8T
- Item Model Number : 381371174195
- Customer Reviews:
Frequently bought together
Have a question?
Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews
Your question might be answered by sellers, manufacturers, or customers who bought this product.
Please make sure that you've entered a valid question. You can edit your question or post anyway.
Please enter a question.
Band-Aid Brand Advanced Protection Blister, Adhesive Bandages protect the blister by sealing out water, dirt, and germs that can cause infection. These gel cushion bandages are safe and designed for multiday use. A waterproof adhesive keeps the cushion in place, and its flexible form conforms to your skin for greater comfort as you move. This package contains six sterile gel cushion bandages.
Diabetics and those with poor circulation should use under doctor's supervision. Do not use on deep puncture wounds, fragile skin, burns, stitches, infected areas or on children < 2 yrs. Store at 20 Degree C to 25 Degree C (68 Degree F-77 Degree F)STERILE unless individual wrapper is opened or damaged.Not Made With Natural Rubber Latex
Review this product
Top reviews from other countries
When I wake up, 9/10 times, the bandaid has absorbed the contents of the blemish, leaving my skin flat (albeit a little dry).
My skin has loved this. I don’t have to pop blemishes anymore, which speeds up the healing process immensely, and reduces risk of introducing bacteria to the area. Just don’t put any acne cream on under the bandaid prior to application—you’ll irritate the heck out of your skin. (My skin is nowhere near “sensitive,” and I made this mistake... the results looked similar to a chemical burn.)