Cryptools 50 STRIPS (10 PACKS) OF QUALICARE 3MM X 75MM ADHESIVE HYPO-ALLERGENIC STERILE SKIN SUTURES STITCH WOUND CLOSURE STRIPS:Cryptools
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50 STRIPS (10 PACKS) OF QUALICARE 3MM X 75MM ADHESIVE HYPO-ALLERGENIC STERILE SKIN SUTURES STITCH WOUND CLOSURE STRIPS:Cryptools

Qualicare
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Qualicare Published in October 21, 2018, 9:39 pm
 50 STRIPS (10 PACKS) OF QUALICARE 3MM X 75MM ADHESIVE HYPO-ALLERGENIC STERILE SKIN SUTURES STITCH WOUND CLOSURE STRIPS:Cryptools

50 STRIPS (10 PACKS) OF QUALICARE 3MM X 75MM ADHESIVE HYPO-ALLERGENIC STERILE SKIN SUTURES STITCH WOUND CLOSURE STRIPS:Cryptools

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K. Hughes
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K. Hughes Reply to on 28 May 2018
I am a carer for an 88 year old lady and I don't know what we would do without these. Her skin is very fragile and can tear with small bumps or impacts. Using these saves me from having to call the doctors out. I often cut them in half since they're quite long. Great for closing up skin tears, on arms and legs. Very sticky but do not further tear her very fragile skin when removed after a couple days once the tear is healing.
Velma
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Velma Reply to on 25 August 2018
Have not had to use these yet so don't know how well they stick, however reviews on these seem to be ok. These are not usually provided in basic first aid kits and are much more expensive to buy in a pharmacy. Having used sterry strips before have found them handy if you get a small cut, so definitely a handy addition to my first aid home and travel kit. Comes in 10 sterile packs with each having 5 strips per pack.
Sarah
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Sarah Reply to on 19 October 2017
Maybe I had a reaction to the adhesive on the strips but it felt like a mild burning type sensation for a couple of hours after applying

however, the strips held the wound together neatly whilst it healed and came off ok in the shower with a little gentle persuasion
Ciclochick
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Ciclochick Reply to on 4 August 2018
Yes, I'm always, always cutting myself! These are great for keeping wounds tightly closed to stem the bleeding and helps them heal that bit quicker. I have a very ample supply of these as I get through quite a few!
DIXIE
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DIXIE Reply to on 19 June 2017
Not as sticky as my normal steri strips, have to use more to close accident prone hubby and children!
Kathleen M.
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Kathleen M. Reply to on 15 April 2018
Just the job for small cuts. As a former A&E nurse I would recommend these as long as you use them appropriately.
June Rowan
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June Rowan Reply to on 22 August 2018
I bought these to put in our first aid kits. I recently had an accident and the only thin missing were these strips. Spoke too the nurse I the hospital and she suggested getting these. Best recommendation
Lexi
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Lexi Reply to on 28 July 2018
These are great to have in your first aid kit at home . It saves you a wait at a&e if it’s a cut that can be easily treated at home with the correct dressing strips .
William O' Connor
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William O' Connor Reply to on 10 March 2017
went to local pharmacy, wanted way more money for what to me looks like same product. They stick well and kept my incurs closed until it healed. Well worth the money.
S A Harraway
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S A Harraway Reply to on 9 January 2018
ready for the FA kit just in case ! Arrived very quickly well chuft
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