Boots Fabric Plasters Reviews
Description:Brand: Boots / Assorted Fabric Plasters / Dosage Form: Plasters / Type: Plasters
Newest Review: ... so buying good quality yet cheap plasters can be a bit of a task. I decided to try these fabric plasters from boots for £2.05 ... more
Customer Boots Fabric Plasters Reviews (7)
by - written on 29/10/12 (Very useful, 49 readings)
The Product = = = = = = = I have 2 young nephews who come to stay quite often so I always ensure there are plenty of plasters in the cupboard in case any of them trip or have a fall. When purchasing plasters I like to get assorted sizes as you can never be sure how big a cut or graze will be. Getting an assorted sized pack of plasters means there will be a plaster suitable for anything. The product I am reviewing is the Boots own brand of assorted fabric plasters. The plasters are durable which helps to provide long lasting protection and they are breathable which helps to aid the healing process. As the plasters are fabric it means they are comfortable to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/07/13 (Very useful, 30 readings)
A few months ago I bought new shoes for work and as I had already had a pair of the shoes I didn't expect them to rub so didn't go to work prepare and of course you guessed it they rubbed. There is a little Boots chemist near to work so I popped there on my break and bought a pack of their own brand plasters. The plasters cost me £2 and for that you get 40, these ones are only available from Boots with them being part of their own brand but of course you can buy similar in many different places. The plasters come in a green box which is coloured in a couple of different shades of the colour, the box is cardboard and not very strong but that's not ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/03/13 (Very useful, 21 readings)
=Boots Fabric Plasters= In our house there is a never a week goes by that one of us doesn't need a plaster or two, and although with a fabric strip you can cut to size, I don't feel they are very hygenic. I like to have a selection of plasters at home, so that when I go away I know that I can just buy a new box and don't have to worry about any problems. =Durable= The Boots Fabric plasters, are durable and provide a long lasting protection to wounds or scrapes as well as being breathable in design, to allow air to help the healing process. With the plasters being fabric they allow the skin to move, so if you have a plaster on your finger no ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/02/13 (Very useful, 37 readings)
I don't purchase plasters very often but when I do I usually always buy these ones from Boots. I like them cos you get a whopping 40 of them for £2.05, they are latex free, come in 3 different sizes and are of excellent quality and I find that material ones like these ones stick on better than those shiny plastic ones that I used to use in the past! The box these comes in is green showing us 3 different sized plasters on the front if it and we are clearly told what they and who they are by and that of course there are 40 of them provided and that they protect, are breathable and are hypoallergenic and then on the back of the box we are told a bit about the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/04/13 (Very useful, 41 readings)
Plasters are something you can never have enough of, at home or at work as everyone is forever getting minor cuts and scrapes here and there. My manager is getting a bit of a kick up the bum at the moment regarding health and safety so he recently sent me to Boots to stock up on some plasters for the first aid box at work. They were really good value as a pack of 40 assorted plasters only costs £2.05 and I got to get some cheeky advantage card points! In the box are three sized plasters, 12 plasters are 20mm x 40mm, 20 plasters are 19mm x 70mm and 8 plasters are 30mm x 70mm. This adds some shape and variety depending on how big your cut is! The quality of ... Read the complete review
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