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Liquid Bandage Spray, 1 oz by New-Skin

New-Skin Liquid Bandage Spray, 1 oz by New-Skin

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New-Skin Liquid Bandage Spray, 1 oz by New-Skin

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Lacey W.
Salt Lake Cty, UT
462 reviews
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Purchased at: Walgreens
I really liked this idea of a spray so your not contaminating the brush applicator. My baby will not keep bandages on so bought this, but after him freaking out tried it on my husband cut and it burns a lot even on small cuts and scrapes so wouldn’t recommend for younger kids
I really liked this idea of a spray so your not contaminating the brush applicator. My baby will not keep bandages on so bought this, but after him freaking out tried it on my husband cut and it burns a lot even on small cuts and scrapes so wouldn’t recommend for younger kids
Karla C.
Lebanon, TN
199 reviews
I used this after I got a blister on my foot and also to prevent blisters. It’s a must for long days with lots of walking.
I used this after I got a blister on my foot and also to prevent blisters. It’s a must for long days with lots of walking.
Tamara G.
ankeny
40 reviews
In my line of work we’re not allowed to wear Band-Aids but of course you can’t have an open cut especially when you’re serving drinks and snacks to passengers. I use liquid bandage on any of the next so we get in the galley, paper cuts from pushing around the paper seatbelts anything that you know burns like when it touches some thing or just needs to be protected I use it. To downsides the first is it burns like heck! And the other is after a day or two it starts sort of flake off a little pull off some of the scabs you be really careful. I buy a new bottle a couple of times a year
In my line of work we’re not allowed to wear Band-Aids but of course you can’t have an open cut especially when you’re serving drinks and snacks to passengers. I use liquid bandage on any of the next so we get in the galley, paper cuts from pushing around the paper seatbelts anything that you know burns like when it touches some thing or just needs to be protected I use it. To downsides the first is it burns like heck! And the other is after a day or two it starts sort of flake off a little pull off some of the scabs you be really careful. I buy a new bottle a couple of times a year
Kylie R.
Colleyville, TX
214 reviews
One of the best inventions ever. This spray on bandage is a life saver and is the best item to throw in your luggage just in case for literally any trip, whether fir the weekend or extended vacation. Also kills the burn on a cut. The best.
One of the best inventions ever. This spray on bandage is a life saver and is the best item to throw in your luggage just in case for literally any trip, whether fir the weekend or extended vacation. Also kills the burn on a cut. The best.
Melissa M.
Halifax, NS
487 reviews
I really liked the idea of new- skin liquid bandage . I liked the concept of it because it provides you with the protection that you need in areas that cannot properly hold a bandage.
I really liked the idea of new- skin liquid bandage . I liked the concept of it because it provides you with the protection that you need in areas that cannot properly hold a bandage.
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