Boots Advanced First Aid Spray Plaster Reviews
Description:Brand: Boots / Type: Spray Plaster / Spray which seals wounds / Dosage Form: Spray
Newest Review: ... stops bacteria getting into the wound and infecting it. Not only that as it is transparent plastic type of skin it helps you ... more
Customer Boots Advanced First Aid Spray Plaster Reviews (6)
by - written on 04/11/12 (Very useful, 190 readings)
Boots Advanced First Aid Spray Plaster I bought this as I thought it would be handy for when we are travelling as it would seal any minor wounds and the like and stop any infections. Obviously the wound would need cleaning prior to spraying this on but I thought it seemed a really novel idea and also I have problems with plasters peeling off and my daughter is allergic to some so I thought all bases would be covered with this stuff. WHAT IS THIS? I had never heard of this before but found it when browsing one day. It's basically a small aerosol cannister of liquid which you spray on your wound. The liquid then dries over the wound like an ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/04/11 (Very useful, 578 readings)
Last week I did a lot of walking around London in a pair of stiff Doc Marten boots and came home with a badly blistered and skinned ankle. The affected area was just bigger than penny size but not very deep. After using plasters to cover it for a couple of days I realised that the wound wasn't really healing as it needed air but I couldn't go for days without wearing shoes or socks so I went to Boots to see if there was anything I could use to treat it. I came away with this Spray Plaster aerosol. I had never actually heard of this sort of thing before. It's basically a cannister of liquid which you spray on your wound. The liquid then dries over the wound like an ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/03/11 (Very useful, 215 readings)
I try to stay away from the first aid box in school, mainly because I'm not too keen on blood and to me; first aid and blood are often found together! There are all sorts of issues now about administering first aid to a child; we even have to get permission to put plasters on children in case they have an allergy of some sort. I've managed to avoid the first aid room since September but I had a very close encounter last week when I couldn't avoid it anymore. On Tuesday I found myself sat next to the first aid box... because I was the one that had scraped my arm on an outside wall and needed a plaster to stop it bleeding... typical! After my cut had been ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/02/13 (Very useful, 80 readings)
I originally bought this as I was just curious to see what it would be like and had wanted to use a spray plaster for ages. I thought that if it was any good then it would be so much easier and more convenient than having to use plasters. Unfortunately I wasn't overly keen on it and will probably still stick to using plasters for most things. This works by covering a wound in a thin layer of transparent film which is like a second layer of skin. This helps heal the wound by allowing it to heal naturally without air and germs getting in to it cutting down the risk of it getting infected. As it also covers up the wound it helps with the pain as it is no longer ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/03/13 (Very useful, 285 readings)
Boots Advanced first aid spray Plaster. I have been using a similar product for many years on grazes and superficial cuts and whilst the big name brand dressing is very expensive I was pleased to find that Boots also do an own brand dressing which is just as effective and much cheaper too. This spray dressing is not a new type of dressing as this type of dressing has been used for years in hospitals to provide a quick and convenient transparent seal against bacteria. It can be used on surgical wounds, superficial cuts, blisters and grazes and provides an easy to use dressing that stays in place. It offers protection to the wound by sealing it which helps ... Read the complete review
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