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Welly Bandages - Bravery Badges

The Print , Premium High Quality Medical Grade Polyester Fabric Bandages, Pattern And Size, Bravery Badges

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What We Like

  • Free of common allergens that makes it safe to use
  • Durable and stackable tin packaging helps keep the medicine cabinet organized
  • Fun patterns and colors help to wear the bumps and cuts with pride


  • Pad may not be centered

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We analyzed 35,793 reviews for 136 products in the Adhesive Bandages category.

We then analyzed 338 reviews for this product. Of these, 27 reviews were recent.

Around 88% of reviews were positive and about 8% were negative.

Final Score:

9.63 out of 10, based on these factors:

  • Adhesion
  • Comfort
  • Convenience
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  • What buyers say about Welly Bandages - Bravery Badges

    I was looking for colorful bandages that I could use on my injection days to make the whole process less tacky, and these works great! I used them on my injections and they were very cute and vibrant.

    Wellys are great for me because I am allergic to latex and they are secure, easy to find and my children are grown, but I am a teacher.

    I have been using these for a couple of weeks now and I have to say they are really easy to clean and easy to store in the back of my handbag or in my handbag at all times.

    I have to give myself a lot of injections every month and year, so I can't really go wrong with these tins and the cute bandages that come in them.

    One for our Son and the other for our daughter, they are both great sets, and you can buy refill for the tins at Target when they run out.

    Common Questions


    Is it possible that they are ouchless?


    It is very difficult to get off, and almost took the skin off of my 2 year old granddaughter.


    Does the glue have wheat in it?


    The bandages are free from wheat so they do not contain it.


    Where do these bandages come from?


    I saw the same ones at Target and they are great. They stay on even after washing hands.


    My skin turned red and my kids were affected by it, what is the adheasive made of?


    I don't know what glue is used on these, but my daughter and I both get help from most bandaids.


    Is the tin with a unicorn design?


    Each tin has its own picture.

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