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Liquid skin protectants are liquid film-forming products and are available in a wide variety of packaging, including foam applicators, wipe and spray bottles. Liquid skin protectants can be used on intact or damaged skin,  forming a protective film to protect skin from body fluids, adhesives and friction. They can guard skin from the outside in- solution for many skin problems including Medical Adhesive-Related Skin Injury (MARSI) around I.V.sites or under dressings, tapes and negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT); Periwound skin damage, Peristomal skin damage, Incontinence-associated dermatitis(IAD) , other moisture and friction (MASD). And they can also protect vulnerable areas from the effects of mechanical or chemical injury. 

Liquid skin protectants are cost effective, durable, breathable, fast drying, non-sticky, waterproof. They allow for continuous visualization and monitoring of the skin. They are also flexible and conform to the skin during movement and position changes allowing for a continuous skin protection barrier.

We can also provide adhesive removers which are formulations designed to removal of adhesives, such as skin barriers, tapes, and adhesive residues from the skin.

Winner Medical Co., Ltd.Types of Liquid Skin Protectants

Is liquid bandage safe for open wounds?

It can be said that liquid bandage is an upgraded version of a normal bandage. A layer of clear antiseptic liquid is in direct contact with the wound. Liquid bandage is easy to apply. Nowadays, almost everyone uses touch screens. In such a case, regular bandages seem a little bit annoying for finger wounds and are more likely to fall off. While with liquid bandage, your fingers are still visible to touch screens, normal typing available. However, you should never apply this optimized bandage in the ear, mouth, nose, or around the eyes.

How do you remove liquid bandage?

  • Method 1: for liquid bandage that is gradually off as the wound heals, it’s quite OK to remove it by starting the pulling from the edges gently. If it's not painful, continue to do so until the liquid bandage is removed entirely.

  • Method 2: apply a new layer of liquid bandage to the existing one for softening. Immediately after this, rub the two layers off to achieve successful removal. 

  • Method 3: use baby oil or mineral oil to make the bandage soften. The process involves rinsing the bandage with warm water and soap several times.

How long does it take for liquid bandage to dry?

Whether you apply a thin layer of liquid bandage or a thick layer really matters, as the drying speed has something to do with the thickness of the bandage you apply to the wound. Normally, liquid bandage dries in 2-5 minutes or so and after around 5-10 days, it will fall off in a natural way. This time range corresponds quite well to the healing time of most minor cuts. Once the bandage falls off completely, you should consider reapplying a new one.

  • Q.

    What is the skin protective film used for?


    Skin protective film is a versatile, alcohol-free, liquid film forming skin protectant .Leaves a protective barrier on the skin, Helps prevent medical adhesive-related skin injury (MARSI) and moisture-associated skin damage (MASD).

  • Q.

    What are the advantages of the product?


    1. Quick drying in under 30 seconds. 2. Latex, alcohol, fragrance-free formula. 3. Helps prevent medical adhesive-related skin injury (MARSI). 4. Helps protect skin around wounds and ostomies from moisture and body fluids. 5. Will not clog or reduce absorbency of diapers or pads.

  • Q.

    What is the composition of the skin protective film?


    The product consists of the following non-hazardous ingredients: Packing materials: Aluminium-foil paper, Base material: sponge wand, Chemical substances: Hexamethyl Disiloxane, Isododecane and Acrylates/Polytrimethylsiloxymethacrylate Copolymer.

  • Q.

    How to store the product?


    Because the ingredients are volatile, the container should be closed and protected from light when storing, and the place should be dry, ventilated, cool, and away from fire.

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    How to use the skin protective film?


    Skin should be clean and dry prior to application of skin protective film. Apply a uniform coating to periwound skin. Reduces the risk of skin trauma during tape and adhesive removal. Allow coating to dry before applying dressing or adhesives. Re-apply with each dressing change. Do not use with electrocautery procedures. May cause stinging if placed on open wounds.

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