Spenco 2nd Skin AquaHeal Hydrogel Bandages let you watch your wound’s healing progress without removing the bandage and risking exposure to bacteria. Perfect for all types of minor burns, scrapes, cuts, bites, and blisters. 2nd Skin AquaHeal Hydrogel Bandages protect, cushion, and absorb fluid without sticking to the wound. Hydrogels (made from pure sterile water) have been shown to help wounds heal faster than dry bandages and help reduce scarring.
Spenco 2nd Skin Adhesive Knit is made from a highly breathable medical grade non-woven fabric with the ability to stretch, conform and fit securely against the skin. It is used anywhere on the body where rubbing, chafing or friction can occur. Adhesive Knit is ideal to hold 2nd Skin Moist Pads found in 2nd Skin Dressing Sheets and Blister Kit products.
Spenco 2nd Skin Scar Gel is a medical grade silicone gel that helps fade and flatten hypertrophic and keloid scars. Scar Gel is flexible, colorless, non-stick and won't leave residue on your skin. Scar Gel's thin, smooth coating can also be used anywhere on the body. (Latex free)
June Special Offer = 20% off all 2nd Skin Products
Discount applied in the drop down box below
Spenco 2nd Skin Blister Pads (Sterile) help prevent and treat minor blisters.
• Soft hydrocolloid pad may be worn for up to five days.
• Cushions and protects, allowing the blister to heal in a moist natural environment.
• Ultra-thin film protects the blister from friction and keeps the area clean.
• May be worn in the bath or shower.
2nd Skin Moist Burn Pads (Sterile) are made from pure sterile water. Intended for use to protect and soothe minor burns.
MOIST VERSUS DRY HEALING:
Hydrogel products like 2nd Skin Moist Burn Pads have been used in hospitals for many years. Ordinary dry gauze bandages can stick and re-injure a healing wound. 2nd Skin Moist Burn Pads are clear. You can actually see the healing process, and because they’re moist, they won’t stick when removed.
Blisters may form when the skin has been damaged by friction or rubbing, exposed to heat, cold or chemicals without protection. Wearing well fitting shoes, gloves when handling chemicals and using sunscreen, are some ways to avoid getting blisters.