First aid

Premium Sensitive Plaster Strips

MEDICAL DEVICE CLASS 3

The LIVSANE Premium Sensitive Plaster Strips are very skin friendly and are suitable for covering all types of smaller wounds. The antiseptic gauze (chlorhexidine digluconate) prevents and fights infections by controlling the microenvironment of the wound, while the non-stick wound pad protects and cushions the wound and the strong adhesion ensures that the plaster stays in place.

  • Key features and benefits
    • For delicate skin
    • With antiseptic gauze (chlorhexidine digluconate) preventing and fighting infections by controlling the microenvironment of the wound.  
    • Particularly thick gauze for better absorption capacity
    • Gauze with non-sticking layer
    • Wrapped individually
    • Breathable
    • Water resistant
    • Hypoallergenic
    • Dermatologically tested
    • No latex included in the plaster, only in the wrapping paper
  • Content

    20 plasters (12 plasters á 20 x 70 mm + 8 plasters á 24 x 70 mm)

  • Instruction for use
    1. Always wash hands before and after treating a wound.
    2. Gently cleanse and dry the wound and surrounding skin thoroughly.
    3. Apply the plaster without stretching and press down edges firmly.
    4. Replace with a fresh plaster as necessary, at least once a day.

    If the wound continues to bleed or becomes swollen, reddened or painful, seek medical advice.

  • Further information
    • Not suitable for already inflamed wounds.
    • Do not use after expiry date.
    • Do not re-use.
  • Storage advice

    Store protected from direct sunlight and wet.

  • FAQ

    How often should I change my plaster?

    Usually, it is recommended to change standard first aid dressings daily due to hygienic reasons. Some advanced plasters such as the LIVSANE Hydrocolloid Blister Plasters that provide moist wound healing conditions are recommended to be left in place for up to two days or more in order not to interrupt the healing process.

    Is it better to let small wounds dry at the fresh air instead of putting on a plaster?

    It is one of the wound care myths that keeping minor cuts and grazes uncovered and let air to them helps them to heal faster. The contrary is true! Research shows that covered wounds heal more efficiently and have a reduced risk of infection.

    What if my wound gets infected and suppurates?

    You should contact a medical professional if you recognize signs of infection. This is not only the occurrence of pus but also swelling, redness, heat, pain, itching or burning. In case of infection the wound will need medical care and special medical treatment.