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Johnson & Johnson First Aid Hurt Free Tape 1In 5 Yards 5 count

Price $4.97



1 Inch x 2.3 Yards. Latex-free. Hypoallergenic. Sticks to itself, not to skin. Pain-free removal! Johnson & Johnson First Aid Hurt-Free Tape firmly secures dressings onto wounds, but unlike ordinary tapes, it doesn't hurt when removed. That's because hurt-free tape is specially designed to stick to itself, not to skin or hair. And this hypoallergenic, latex-free tape won't irritate your skin or leave a sticky residue. Flexible for greater comfort! Johnson & Johnson First Aid Hurt-Free Tape is more comfortable than ordinary tape because it is made of a soft elastic material that conforms to your body to move with you - making it ideal for hard-to-fit areas. 1 Inch wide for all purpose protection - ideal for smaller body parts such as hands and feet or for children and small framed adults. A covered wound heals faster than an uncovered one.

Drug Facts

Directions for Use: Cover wound with sterile pad, then wrap Hurt-Free Tape over pad, overlapping tape layers to secure pad in place. cut tape with scissors. avoid wrapping too tightly, which can hinder circulation. For best results follow these Step by Step Wound Care Directions: 1. Prepare: Stop bleeding by applying pressure with gauze pads. 2. Clean: Cleanse the injured area using a mild soap and water or antiseptic wash. Allow to dry. 3. Treat: protect wounds by applying first aid antibiotic ointment or first aid cream. 4. Protect: Cover injured area completely with a gauze pad or a non-stick pad to help absorb fluids. Tape to firmly secure pad and help seal out dirt and germs. A covered wound heals faster than an uncovered one.

Other Directions: For medical emergencies seek professional help. In case of deep or puncture wounds, or serious burns, consult a physician.

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