Transparent Stretch Adhesive Bandage Waterproof Bandage
Transparent Stretch Adhesive Bandage Waterproof Bandage Clear Adhesive Bands Dressing Tape, Flexible And Stretchable Material, This Adhesive Waterproof Bandage, 3 Layers Design
What We Like
- Transparent stretch adhesive bandage shields the skin from further friction or scrubbing
- Grid lines in the back paper can be easily cut into different sizes
- Flexible and stretchable material enables to freely move as usual
- may not stick adequately
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Around 62% of reviews were positive and about 34% were negative.
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What buyers say about Transparent Stretch Adhesive Bandage Waterproof Bandage
I recommend putting this on after a couple hours of getting your tattoo, then cutting the wrap to size of the tat, and then applying the wrap to cover the entire tattoo, I suggest cutting 1-2 inches extra on all.
I ordered this product because I was happy to find that it performs just likeNexcare Tegaderm, which costs around $8 for a package that contains 8 bandages that are 2.36 in x 2.76 in, so that averages out to $0.15 or 15 cents per square inch.
After getting a tattoo, I recommend putting this on after a couple hours, wash and pat the tat dry, then cut the wrap to size, make sure to cut enough to cover the entire tattoo, I suggest cutting 1-2 inches extra on all.
Tegaderm can be cut to size, making it an incredible value, but it is also impossible to cut to size without damaging either the portion that you need to use immediately, or the remainder.
It would be hard for me to know how to use this, since I didn't know how to peel the top off of the blue strips and apply what was left to the wound.
Is it possible to use this to cover up tattoo makeup so it doesn't transfer to my clothes?
Before applying the film, it must be completely dry.
Is it possible that this works for eyebrow tattoo?
I wouldn't put it on in a sensitive area.
I used to use saniderm, but I usually leave it on for 6 days. How long should I wait to leave on a fresh tattoo?
If you leave it on longer, the tattoo will heal more and protect it.
Is it possible to apply this directly on top of a fresh tattoo without a bandage?
I usually leave saniderm on for 6 days when I am doing a fresh tattoo.
How long can this stay on your skin?
I have a catheter tube taped to my side throughout the day when not in use, so it's odd that I use this tape while showering.