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Skin shield liquid bandages - 0.45 oz


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Product Description

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First Aid Antiseptic Pain Reliever
Dual Action Liquid Bandage
Invisible - Flexible - Waterproof
Antiseptic helps prevent infection
Added pain reliever
Shields Cuts Better Than Adhesive Bandages:
Perfect for scrapes and cuts from shaving, wood working, arts and crafts, etc.
Helps avoid sports induced blister and callus formations on hands and feet.
Protects cracked heels and fingers.
Protects Like a Second Skin.

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000GCICQ6
  • UPC: 310310293451 363736293451
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #95,301 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Customer Reviews

Wounds healed faster versus covering with a bandage.
E1
During the winter I get deep cracks on the edges of several fingers cuticles which are very painful.
COUNTRY GIRL
I've been using this product for 4 years and I think this is the best liquid bandage on market.
Iloveliquidbandage

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Susan Barone on December 28, 2010
Since I discovered Skin Shield at Walgreen's about three years ago, I have been telling people about this product. I get cracked skin on my knuckles and fingers in the winter (probably from the anti-bacterial products I use and the cold air), areas that just aren't great places for a bandage usually. I use 1-2 coats of Skin Shield on a cut. It does sting at first -- it's an antiseptic, so that's a given -- but it has staying power after it dries, which is in seconds. There is no lingering medicinal smell, unlike some liquid bandages. It peels away and new skin is beneath. Last year, I needed some while out and about, but the drug store I stopped at didn't sell it. I bought a competing product and wasted my money: it wore away too quickly and the smell was still there after it dried. I'm sold on Skin Shield. :)
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Nathan Of The North on October 29, 2012
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First, this is the next best product for making a nice flexible bandage layer other than the professional ones I use in the Emergency Dept (IE, Dermabond) But, unlike the others, it hurts a lot (likely due to the alcohol solvent). When I used it on my 3 year old's cut, she screamed for 15 mins after I applied it. Then, last night that I tried it on my own small superficial cut. I thoroughly agree that with her, it was incredible painful for about 15 minutes. And, given its nature, I don't think you can really wash it off once it starts hurting. Unfortunate for such a great product. Be careful, maybe it is best for cuts after 24hrs, when they have already started to seal off and then it would not hurt too much
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jamie Miller on September 23, 2011
I managed to cut my finger one day while I was chopping some onions. I used a regular bandaid on it for the first 24hrs and couldn't get the pain or bleeding to stop and I wasn't able to do any cleaning around my house bc my bandaid kept soaking up anything around. My mom gave me Skin Shield out of her drawer at work and said she used it for paper cuts, which I thought "Yea ok this is not a paper cut."
I had my boyfriend put it on my finger and it did hurt a lot at first, it had that alcohol burn to it. After a couple of minutes I manned up and had him do a second coat which was not nearly as painful. Later on I did the dishes and cleaned the kitchen and had no worries about my cut. I was even able to peel the liquid bandage off and it was fine underneath. I made sure to put rubbing alcohol on it and then reapply the skin shield and it did not hurt nearly as bad as the first time.
This stuff works better than super glue which I have had to use before. I am still able to do the work I need to without having to worry about water and other stuff in my cut! It hurts but it really does work! I will take a minute or two of pain if it means I still have a functioning extremtity!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Iloveliquidbandage on July 28, 2011
I've been using this product for 4 years and I think this is the best liquid bandage on market. I tried some other brands too but they just didn't protect wounds like this one.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By bob on September 21, 2011
Be cautious, if you're wanting to use this on a paper cut or basically any fresh cut, it will sting an intense amount! It does contain alcohol, so thats just a fair warning.

After a good 30 seconds of stinging, it should go away depending on the cut. I feel nothing but relief after this...

This product is a great alternative to bandaids. Unlike bandaids, there's no sticky dirty residue, there's no wrapper, it protects your cut completely from dirt, and it doesn't hurt to remove! My skin cracks on my hands in the Winter, and this provides a great cover for the cracks and protection so it doesn't get worse, and it heals too.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jon on January 23, 2011
This product is great at what it does. It creates a flexible skin over the top of a cut or scrape. I use it often for cuts on my hands that would be hard to cover with a bandage.

Yes, it stings when it's applied. But life is tough, suck it up. I would recommend using two or three coats to create a good seal, wait a minute or two between coats for it to harden. Stays on when you wash your hands or take a shower.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By violetposse on September 25, 2011
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I love this product and have found multiple uses for it. I get sores around my fingertips(I am a nurse)and this stuff covers the sore so it can heal. I use it for my pets.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By jopi on April 29, 2013
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smells like clear nail polish when it is wet, dries quickly, lasts long. This is definitely not like applying crazy glue or 3m's hospital version that seals you up instantly, but it works pretty damn well for peanuts. If you cut yourself and planned on using a regular bandaid just to cover the spot then this is for you.

instructions say reapply and blah blah, i apply it once and keep it on for a few days until it peels off or cracks. you dont even notice it is there.
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