Boots Pharmaceuticals Cushioned Plasters Reviews
Description:Brand: Boots / Type: Cushioned Plasters / Dosage Form: Plasters
Newest Review: ... that time Boots was doing promotions on plasters and they were being sold for 3 for 2. I saw these cushioned plasters and ... more
Customer Boots Pharmaceuticals Cushioned Plasters Reviews (5)
by - written on 06/10/11 (Very useful, 57 readings)
During a recent trip away, my other half and I went out for a romantic meal one night, and as it had been a while since I'd got "dressed up" for anything, I forgot how agonisingly painful my favourite heels were. I ended up barely being able to walk which meant I must have been staggering round looking like I'd had far too much to drink, whereas in reality I was just trying not to be a big baby about a few blisters on my heels, which, lets face it are hardly the biggest pain you could experience! When we got in, the shoes got kicked off and I had blisters on two of my toes and big red sores on my heels (the romantic night out didn't end quite so ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/09/13 (Very useful, 67 readings)
At the beginning of this summer, I bought lovely heels and wedges to wear everyday. They are one of those 'comfortable' heels (well as comfortable as heels can be anyway). When I tried them out in the shoe shop, they feel really nice and doesn't hurt at all. So I decided to walk to town centre the next day in the wedges I bought; this was a disaster and by the time I got to the town centre after walking for 20 minutes, I have blisters on my toes and the back of my feet. I was in agony and I had to rush into Boots to buy emergency plasters so that I can at least walk to the bus stop to go home. Luckily, during that time Boots was doing promotions on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/03/12 (Very useful, 59 readings)
With two active boys in the house we often need plasters! I have tried numerous brands over the years and have always found the cheaper ones to be a false economy as they rarely stay put for long! I am a fan of Boots own brands for many everyday items and have been buying their cushioned plasters for some time now. Boots cushioned plasters come in a green box containing 20 assorted plasters; 16 19mm x 72 mm and 4 30mm x 72 mm. The smaller sized plasters are the idea size for fingers or using on blistered heels. The lager sized plasters are good for cut knees. The plasters are waterproof, don't contain any latex and are well cushioned. They are white ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/03/12 (Very useful, 43 readings)
We always have a stock of plasters around our house and I think just about every medicine cabinet should. For me I think its important to cover a wound if you then need to prepare food or do anything that needs the wound to be hygienic so plasters are a great way of covering all your cuts and scrapes. I don't believe in paying too much for plasters and so these plasters from Boots hit the price point just right I think at £2.29 for a pack of 20. These plasters are not very big but are just the right size for hands, knees and elbows which I find are the places I use these plasters the most. I think these plasters are the perfect material for these body parts ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/05/12 (Very useful, 75 readings)
I always like to have plasters in the house, nothing more annoying than cutting yourself and being unable to find a plaster, have to use some toilet roll or something to stem the bleeding. I don't think I have ever really bought branded plasters, don't see the point really for something your going to wear for a day at most and then bin. I usually go for shops own brand plasters, whether that be the supermarket or boots I try and make sure I always have a box kicking about the house/ These boots cushioned plasters come in a green cardboard box and area available in most boots stores and online. They come in a pack of 20 assorted sizes, 16 that ... Read the complete review
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