For Small Cuts & Wounds #1 Liquid Bandage Over 100 Applications
- Antiseptic to Help Prevent Infection
- Convenient to Use on Hard to Cover Areas The Bandage That Stays On®
Easy To Use New-Skin® Liquid is for small cuts and wounds. New-Skin® dries rapidly to form a tough protective cover that is antiseptic, waterproof and lets skin breathe. Completely covers the entire wound to keep out dirt and germs. Try New-Skin® Spray for larger areas. Use New-Skin® Liquid Bandage For:
- Protect Cuts and Scrapes
- Protect Blisters
- Chapped and Cracked Fingertips
- Covers painful Hangnails
Helps Prevent the Formation of Calluses Used by : Hikers, Bikers, Bowlers, Golfers, Tennis Players, Fisherman, Runners, Musicians
Ingredients: Active Ingredients: 8 Hydroxyquinoline (1%) (antiseptic)
Inactive Ingredients: Alcohol (6.7%), Oil of Cloves, Pyroxylin Solution
Directions: Clean affected area. Apply a small amount on the area 1-3 times daily. Let dry. A second coating may be applied for extra protection. To remove, apply more New-Skin® and quickly wipe off. Fingernail polish remover may dissolve New-Skin® Liquid Bandage. Store at room temperature away from heat. May temporarily sting upon application. Do not allow to come in contact with floors, countertops or other finished surfaces-will stain.
Warnings: For external use only. Warning: Flammable: Keep away from fire or flame. Do not use in the eyes, over large areas of the body, longer than one week unless directed by a doctor, on infected areas or wounds that are draining, with other first aid products such as lotions and creams, over sutures, or on mucous materials. Ask a doctor before use if you have deep puncture wounds, deep cuts, animal bites, serious bleeding, diabetes, poor circulation, or serious burns. When using this product do not store at temperatures above 120F°, intentional misuse by deliberately concentrating and inhaling the contents can be harmful or fatal. Stop use and ask a doctor if condition persists or gets worse or if infection occurs. Keep this and all drugs out of reach of children. If swallowed, get medical help or contact a poison control center right away.