First Aid Hurt-Free Tape, 2 inch, Extra Wide Protection - 1ea

First Aid Hurt-Free Tape, 2 inch, Extra Wide Protection  - 1ea

First Aid Hurt-Free Tape, 2 inch, Extra Wide Protection - 1ea

  • SKU: 20678367
  • Manufacturer: J&J 4902

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TITLE: First Aid Hurt-Free Tape, 2 inch, Extra Wide Protection - 1ea

2 inch x 2.3 yds unstretched. Sticks to itself, not to skin. Latex-free. Hypoallergenic. 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.

Please see Manufacturer's Directions for Use Instructions *

Cover wound with sterile pad, than 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. Care Directions: 1. Prepare: Stop bleeding by applying pressure with sterile gauze pads. 2. Clean: Cleanse the injured area using a mild soap and water or try hurt free antiseptic wash. Allow to dry. 3. Treat: Protect wound 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. In case of deep or puncture wounds, or serious burns, consult a physician. For medical emergencies seek professional help. In case of deep or puncture wounds, or serious burns, consult a physician.