Item No. 0353818

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Rite Aid Pharmacy Blister Care, 6 bandages

$4.99

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Details
Lasts for days; cushioned. 0.82 inch x 1.6 inch. Cushioned protection for maximum comfort. Seals in moisture to help healing. Multi-day waterproof protection. Latex free. Made in Egypt. Gluten free
Reviews
Rite Aid Pharmacy Blister Care, 6 bandages is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not good if putting foot in a shoe This blister band aid went on easily and I thought it would work well. Both my daughter and I tried using them. She used them in soccer socks and shoes and I used them with my sandals. In both situations the bandage bunched up and didn't end up covering the part of our feet that we wanted protected. I think they would work best just as a covering when the foot wasn't in a shoe or sock.
Date published: 2016-08-09
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Specs
Height 0.90
Width 2.80
Depth 4.15
Unit Price $83.17 per 100 (on regular retail)
Available Online
Depth 4.15
Width 2.80
Height 0.90
Extended Size 6 bandages
Directions
Clean the affected area and dry thoroughly. Do not use any creams or ointments, or hydrocolloid will not adhere properly. Gently stretch the dressing horizontally to break release liner. Remove one side of the liner. Place exposed adhesive portion on the skin. Remove the last part of the protective paper and place the second part of the adhesive portion on the skin. Make sure that the edges of the bandage adhere well. Do not lift and restick.
Ingredients

Safety
Do not use on burns or stitches. Diabetics and those with poor circulation or fragile skin should consult their doctor before use. If redness or swelling occurs, discontinue use and consult a physician. Not recommended for children under 2 years of age.