Savlon Advanced Plasters Reviews
Description:Brand: Savlon / Type: Plasters / Type: Plaster / A little blood can go a long way, and even a small cut can be ... more
Savlon Advanced Plasters ... distressing for young children. So be ready, with Savlon Advanced Plasters. They contain a special ingredient that can actually control further bleeding and, therefore speed up the start of the healing process.Like all Savlon plasters, Savlon Advanced are hypoallergenic, and because their breathable fabric lets the ideal amount of air and moisture in, they help the wound to heal naturally and protect it from the danger of infection.
Newest Review: ... I'd give them a go. ==Price and availability== The packet of plasters contains 20 plasters and costs around £1.60. ... more
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Last Update 09.03.2014 01:11
Customer Savlon Advanced Plasters Reviews (5)
by superness11 - written on 15/03/12
We will always need plasters for those little accidents we have around the house. I decided to try the Savlon advanced plasters as they advertised that they would speed up the healing process. I hate wearing plasters and I hate having annoying little cuts on my fingers so anything that stated that they would make the skin heal quicker is worth a try in my eyes. They were not that much more expensive than regular plasters so I thought I'd give them a go. ==Price and availability== The packet of plasters contains 20 plasters and costs around £1.60. ==Description== These plasters look a little different from regular ones and are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/01/09 (Very useful, 631 readings)
Today I did some cleaning in the bathroom, found a box of these, and remembered the stress and upset they had cause me. I got a small sample box of these of a website as freebie back in the summer. I used them myself and found them very good. There was a variety of sizes they stuck well. They covered my wound nicely and did not fall off when I did the washing up. Overall, I was happy that these plasters did the job until my daughter had a small graze on her leg and I put one on to keep her happy. The graze had been bleeding a tiny bit so to keep the peace I stuck one of these new advanced savlon plasters on. Again stuck on fine. My daughter had used savlon ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/06/08 (Very useful, 181 readings)
I had a nasty accident the other and although there is not much to look at, my finger is very painful. I dropped a petal sheet on my finger and the side of it sheered off the top of the finger nail and left it literally hanging on the end of my finger. My first reaction was to pull the whole thing off but it was too painful. I used an ordinary plaster of no particular brand that I found in my first aid box. Every time it touched anything the adhesive became less effective and the plaster worked lose. This was very painful because as it moved, so did the nail. Every time I got my hands wet, or tried to type on my keyboard the whole ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/12/08 (Useful, 59 readings)
I trully trust Savlon brand for all their first aid products. I have been using their antiseptic solution for a very long time. They produce some of the most sophistcated products in great easy to use packaging. These advances plasters are advanced indeed in every way possible. A few days ago while playing with my son who demands new things to play with every couple of minutes, I had a terrible accident. I was offering a care kit to my son to play with and there were several items in the kit that was securely closed. By accident I opened the kit and the shaver that was sitting in the kit cut the top of my index finger with it's blade with great force ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/08/09 (Useful, 65 readings)
Savlon is a well known brand and so I chose these plasters based in this but mainly because they are BREATHABLE. I find that if you have a basic plaster on your finger, it makes the skin sweat underneath, and when you take the plaster off, your finger is kind of smelly even after a day of wearing. These ones are water resistant and don't hold water and dry quickly. They let your skin breathe underneath. I cut the top of my thumb badly the other day when using a sharp knife to cut an onion. I put one of these on and it stretched nicely aroung the area to fit well, and the special pad stopped the bleeding fast. I have found with other plasters that when the injury is in Read the complete review
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