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NEW SKIN LIQUID BANDAGE BOTTLE .3 OZ [Health and Beauty]

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  • Antiseptic Liquid Bandage For Minor Cuts & Scrapes
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Product Description

Dries rapidly to form a tough protective cover that is antiseptic, waterproof, flexible and lets skin breathe. Completely covers the wound to keep out dirt and germs. .3 oz liquid.

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 8.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0006GDBT0
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #52,536 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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This liquid bandage is no replacement for the real deal.
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This product works great for blisters- I've put it on fresh blisters and been back outside working without gloves immediately afterwards.
harmonious1
Yes it does sting a little bit initially but it's not too bad.
Kevin

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Serene Night on April 23, 2007
There is no doubt about it. New Skin stinks. It smells up the room when you use it and hours later you can still smell it. But it works. I often have small cuts and abrasions and since I'm a swimmer I try to avoid going to the pool when I've got an open cut. New skin fills the gap and keeps your scrape protected until it heals over. I like it better than a Band-Aid because a Band-Aid can trap moisture and leave your skin white and clammy underneath and takes a long time to heal.

While I could wish this product had a better smell, I'm willing to deal with the stink because it works. 4 stars.
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31 of 35 people found the following review helpful By M. Long on December 2, 2007
I forgot why I bought it,I didn't know it would be such a big help. The day before my birthday, I got a big zit in the middle of my right cheek..I manage to pop it out(don't do that), because I didn't want it to be big, red and swollen. I applied two coat on top of the zit, after it dry, I apply foundation and concealer on top of it, so that the makeup wouldn't have direct contact to the wound. It stayed put all day and all night long, even the makeup remover couldn't take it off..2 days later, the dead skin came off, my scar completely fade away!!! I was so amazed...couldn't believe my eyes..This is a must have for girls who have pimples and use makeup, this definitely help to keep makeup away from making the pimples getting worse..
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Arthur Compton on September 2, 2013
Just like the commercial says, New Skin works best on areas of the body where regular Band-Aids work poorly, are ugly or are likely to get exposed to water and fall off. Faces, fingers, chins, etc. In this, it's pretty irreplaceable: in the old days, people used Super Glue for the same purpose, except Super Glue has several disadvantages: for one, it dries exothermically, which means it heats up as it dries. Feels pretty awful inside a wound. Super Glue also doesn't have any antiseptic properties, so if you use it to seal up an uncleaned wound, you're asking for a nasty infection.

New Skin is basically an antiseptic, wound-safe version of Superglue. It stings like hell when you put it on, but that's because of the antiseptic ingredients (benzethonium chloride 0.2% and good-old fashioned ethyl alcohol). While you should always clean your wounds before applying New Skin, it's not going to seal in germs like some have said (unless your wound's packed with dirt or something). I keep a bottle in my tool box for when I'm doing woodworking projects (lot of little cuts and scrapes) and I've never needed running water and soap. Just dab it on and go.

It also stinks to high heaven, a bit like burning rubber, even after application, which may be an issue for some people.

Other than that, it works wonders and is pretty much in a category of wound closure all on it's own, somewhere between band-aids and full-on stitches. A tip for application is to only put on a light coat; the more you add, the more likely it is to peel itself off.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Len C on July 8, 2012
I have been using this product since I was a kid, as my mom used it before me. She is a hairstylist, I am an electrician, but regardless of occupation, I can't imagine a time, (on appropriately sized wounds), that this product isn't perfect.

Does it sting? Yessir it does. I use it on wounds that are probably supposed to be to big for it, so believe me, I have dealt with some stinging. However, as some other reviewers have said, not only does the stinging subside relatively quick, but with it goes the original pain.

Does it stink? Eh, I guess, but when a product works, it's forgiven. Meet someone who is not the most attractive person in the world and then fall in love with them, it might not make them a beauty queen, but they look better all the time to you.

Simply put, this product, when used correctly, works. my recommendations are as follows.

1. Put this product on as you are watching your evening TV. This will accomplish three things, one, it allows you to apply and let dry without thinking about it, two, while you're sleeping, it seems to setup extra strong. It will not just rub off throughout the night, and with no hand washing or anything going on, it really has a chance to take. Finally, you at least have that first overnight period of healing under your belt, and you will often times be amazed at what that small amount of time can accomplish.

2. Apply New Skin generously. As it settles it will thin out, but how thin do you need it to be? I apply two, sometimes three coats.

Using these two tips, I have had wounds heal incredibly fast.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By treehugr on August 21, 2012
I get cracks on my fingers which make even washing my hands painful. Standard band-aids (even those that claim to be "waterproof") still allow water to get into the cracks/cuts -- and end up falling off anyway once they get wet a few times. Enter "New Skin" liquid band-aid... it works much better than standard band-aids because it bonds directly to your skin. It works well, but I have two complaints...

1) If the cut is on an area that bends (fingers, knees, etc.), there is a good chance the product will eventually open up, breaking the band-aid "seal". It would be great if they could make the product even more flexible to better accommodate cuts on moving parts.

2)[For cuts on fingers] After a few hand-washings I find it starts to peel off at the edges, which makes it kind of look like peeling skin. That, coupled with the fact that the film enhances any redness of the wound, makes the wound look more nasty than it probably is.

Still, it works much better than a standard band-aid, so I would certainly recommend giving it a try. Maybe you won't have the same issues I do.

With MRSA and other Staph infections on the rise, I know that it's important to keep open wounds covered and protected. If you can't cover your wounds with clothing, this is the next best thing.

PS: As another review mentioned, it stings like hell when you first apply it (but you get used to it) and the odor is very strong (I would suggest stepping outside to apply it, or somewhere with good ventilation.
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