To date, a huge range of med­ical stick­ers is offered by var­i­ous phar­ma­cy chains, and even super­mar­kets: large, small, square, round, col­ored, sol­id and even trans­par­ent. It is very dif­fi­cult not to get lost in such a vari­ety and get what you real­ly need. An inter­est­ing shape, design and bright pack­ag­ing do not yet speak of the excel­lent qual­i­ty of the prod­uct.

The best tissue-based adhesive plasters

Uniplast natural

Uni­plast nat­ur­al

A cot­ton base with a hypoal­ler­genic adhe­sive lay­er makes the adhe­sive plas­ter suit­able even for the del­i­cate skin of a baby. The pad is impreg­nat­ed with a com­po­si­tion of chlorhex­i­dine, which retains its anti­sep­tic prop­er­ties in puru­lent wounds and the pres­ence of a small amount of blood. The man­u­fac­tur­er claims that this is the best patch for cuts. The spe­cial RGB fac­tor tech­nol­o­gy makes it invis­i­ble, cre­at­ing a “sec­ond skin” effect.

Accord­ing to buy­ers, med­ical stick­ers do their job well, but do not adhere well to mov­ing parts of the body (elbows, knees). Despite a small draw­back, the val­ue for mon­ey makes this prod­uct one of the most pop­u­lar.

Veropharm bactericidal

Veropharm bac­te­ri­ci­dal

“Leg­end of domes­tic phar­ma­ceu­ti­cals” con­sists of an elas­tic fab­ric base and a non-woven pad impreg­nat­ed with an anti­sep­tic con­sist­ing of fura­cilin, syn­thomycin and bril­liant green solu­tion. Due to the lat­ter, it has a char­ac­ter­is­tic shade. Adhe­sive plas­ter is pro­duced from nat­ur­al mate­ri­als: cot­ton base and rub­ber glue.

Judg­ing by cus­tomer reviews, the sam­ple pro­motes the speedy heal­ing of wounds, is per­fect­ly fixed on the skin, lasts a long time, but some­times it can leave marks after removal, which are eas­i­ly removed with soap and water. The anti­sep­tic pad is not pro­tect­ed at the edges, so not every­one con­sid­ers it ide­al dur­ing oper­a­tion. Due to the con­tent of bril­liant green in the com­po­si­tion, the med­ical stick­er can leave a mark after use.

Luxplast standard

Lux­plast stan­dard

Almost every­one has seen these patch­es in a green box on the shelf next to the check­out in a gro­cery store near home. What are they? Stretch, breath­able fab­ric base with vis­cose inter­lay­er that won’t stick to dam­aged skin. The man­u­fac­tur­er promis­es reli­able fix­a­tion, com­fort­able oper­a­tion and removal with­out pain.

Cus­tomer reviews tes­ti­fy to decent qual­i­ty at an afford­able price. It is worth remem­ber­ing the expi­ra­tion date (2 years), after which the prod­uct will lose its con­sumer prop­er­ties. A wide range of dif­fer­ent bases and numer­ous col­ors make Kore­an plas­ter the best on the mar­ket.

The best bactericidal adhesive plasters

Silkoplast Standard

Silko­plast Stan­dard

Per­haps the most read­i­ly avail­able bac­te­ri­ci­dal adhe­sive plas­ter today due to the fact that it is sold in almost all super­mar­kets, phar­ma­cies and even small shops. It is a poly­mer base with a sil­ver-impreg­nat­ed gas­ket. The man­u­fac­tur­er claims that this com­po­si­tion makes the prod­uct hypoal­ler­genic. The per­fo­rat­ed base allows the skin to breathe, but it does not allow mois­ture to pass through.

The col­or of the patch is as close as pos­si­ble to the flesh, which is a huge plus. Few man­u­fac­tur­ers care about the aes­thet­ic com­po­nent. Ease of avail­abil­i­ty, beau­ti­ful pack­ag­ing and high-qual­i­ty com­po­si­tion make the adhe­sive plas­ters of this com­pa­ny a leader in the Russ­ian mar­ket.

Emplasto invisible

Emplas­to invis­i­ble

Trans­par­ent strips of bac­te­ri­ci­dal prop­er­ties, made of water­proof poly­mer film, will be a good pro­tec­tion for dam­aged areas on the skin. An inter­est­ing design makes these patch­es a must-have in the first aid kit of mod­ern peo­ple. On a small wound, Emplas­to will sim­ply look like a trans­par­ent rec­tan­gle, some­times much more aes­thet­i­cal­ly pleas­ing than a flesh or white base.

Apply this patch care­ful­ly. First you need to remove the pro­tec­tive film from the adhe­sive sur­face, then attach the lat­ter to the wound. At first glance, this is very sim­ple, but the released ends, which are coat­ed with a tacky com­pound, can stick togeth­er. There­fore, a lit­tle more care and skill is need­ed than when using clas­si­cal ana­logues.

Sanita Plast Standard №2

Sani­ta Plast Stan­dard №2

Adhe­sive plas­ter, well cop­ing with its func­tions. The basis of a thin poly­mer film with hypoal­ler­genic glue is eas­i­ly fixed on the skin and pro­tects the dam­aged area from exter­nal influ­ences. The anti­sep­tic pad is made of vis­cose. After removal, there are no traces of either the strip or the anti­sep­tic.

Buy­ers note that the base of the sticks of this brand is quite dense, which makes it dif­fi­cult for air cir­cu­la­tion and rapid heal­ing. In gen­er­al, the price jus­ti­fies the qual­i­ty and you should not expect any­thing super­nat­ur­al from San­i­ta­Plast.

The best adhesive plasters for corns

Compeed for wet calluses

Com­peed for wet cal­lus­es

Amer­i­can adhe­sive plas­ters, which help get rid of wet cal­lus­es, pro­duce an instant anal­gesic effect. They soft­en, pro­tect water dam­age, and form a bar­ri­er between cal­lus­es and exter­nal irri­tants in the form of shoes. They help to main­tain the nat­ur­al lev­el of mois­ture, work­ing like a “sec­ond skin”, pro­vide a quick recov­ery.

The inno­v­a­tive design of the treat­ment stick­er with a beveled edge helps it adhere to the sur­face, keep­ing its posi­tion for sev­er­al days, with­out slip­ping even in water. Its effec­tive­ness is con­firmed by numer­ous pos­i­tive reviews. The only neg­a­tive is the high cost, but what can you do for your own com­fort with high phys­i­cal activ­i­ty.

Gehwol Corn Extra

Gehwol Corn Extra

The corn plas­ter is not much dif­fer­ent from its coun­ter­parts, but the man­u­fac­tur­er was still able to sur­prise. Thanks to spe­cial com­po­nents, Gewol helps to restore the orig­i­nal posi­tion of the toes if they are crossed or at an angle. Thus, the tool pro­duces a kind of cor­rec­tive effect.

It is espe­cial­ly worth not­ing a large assort­ment of med­ical stick­ers for dif­fer­ent types of injuries, which dif­fer in shape and size. There are even spe­cial strips with a hole in the cen­ter to get rid of dry cal­lus­es. You no longer have to cut them your­self using stan­dard adhe­sive tapes. Cus­tomer reviews con­firm that Gewol is one of the best on the mar­ket.

Cosmos Hydro Active

Cos­mos Hydro Active

Breath­able tex­tile patch­es with a dou­ble-lay­er pad help cal­lus­es on hands and feet heal faster. They will not cause irri­ta­tion, will not stick to dam­age and will not leave marks behind. With a dou­ble-lay­er pad and hydro­col­loid coat­ing, the stick­ers absorb the liq­uid formed in the wound and cre­ate a heli­um coat­ing that relieves pres­sure and relieves pain symp­toms. Like oth­er reme­dies, they will pro­tect the corn from bac­te­ria, dirt, water, and oth­er debris.

The man­u­fac­tur­er rec­om­mends apply­ing the adhe­sive plas­ter until com­plete heal­ing and restora­tion of dam­aged skin. It is worth not­ing that Cos­mos is able to last for sev­er­al days, which is a plus for its rather low price. In addi­tion, it is com­plete­ly invis­i­ble on the skin.

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