Elastoplast Assorted Water Resistant Strips

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Excellent

“Stick with me”

published 15/03/2012

ProWater resistant, assorted sizes available

ConsNone I can think of

Im not a big fan of plasters and generally prefer to just leave my injuries to heal in the open but sometimes you just have to have a plaster, as I discovered last weekend when helping out in my inlaws garden and slicing my leg open. Thankfully they had these in the cupboard. The product This...

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“Wound Protection!”

published 08/04/2012

Probreathable, good sticking power, easy to remove, g...

Consnothing

One Item that I always ensure that I have in my medical draw is plasters as you never know when you will need one. My husband actually purchased our last pack of plasters so came home with the Elastoplast Assorted Water Resistant ones. Personally I never purchase branded plasters as I am quite...

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“Great quality plasters.”

published 28/05/2012

ProWater Resistant, Very Sticky, Comfortable, Stays p...

ConsNothing!

I decided it was time to clear out the first aid box at home, and thought it was time to re-new some products and to get rid of old one's. My parents tend to buy cheap plaster strips from the £1 shop, how-ever I hate the plaster they sell here as it doesn't stick and falls off within about an...

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Excellent

“Lets get Plastered!”

published 12/04/2013

ProWater resistant, stays on for long periods, easy t...

ConsNone

I usually have these Elastoplast plasters stored in my medicine cabinet at home, as I have found these plasters unlike other cheaper brands, to be highly reliable and effective protection for cuts and wounds. PRICE Each pack contains 40 plasters and can be found at most major supermarkets and...

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Excellent

Prowater resistant, stay in place well

Consnone for me

I always like to keep a box of plasters handy, it seems that I am always cutting my hands and also I like to keep them on the heels of my higher shoes to stop me from getting blisters or sore feet. I usually like to buy the water resistant plasters as they are much handier to use on my hands than...

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Excellent

ProStick well and absorb well

ConsThe price

With a 9 year old boy in the house who is sport mad, plasters are a necessity in our first aid kit as he is forever falling over and scraping his arms and legs. I used to use Tesco’s own plasters but as much as they are pretty good, they just don’t have the sticking and absorbency capabilities of...

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“~ * Perfect Plasters * ~”

published 08/11/2014

Procomfortable, protective, sterile

Consnone

I have an embarrassing confession to make!! A few months ago, I burnt my hand on a splash of hot water. I have never, ever had warts on my hand, but weirdly after this incident, a wart appeared. I thought that it was taking a while to heal, and no wonder as a wart was rearing it’s ugly head. It’s...

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