I've used it on my toddler son & he complained several times that it stung, so I switched back to band aids until he gets a little older
il y a 7 ans
Yes, but I would probably say depending on how young, make sure it dries and they don't go eatting the stuff.
il y a 8 ans
Yes!! I also remember my mom using it on me as a kid as well. I am a nanny and I have used it before, when the little one cut his finger a bit playing with tongs in the kitchen. It stings a little bit, and he did not like that but it is only for a second and it seems to hold pretty well during play time as well!
il y a 8 ans
I see these New Skin TV commercials. They are brushing the product on to an open wound that apparently a normal band aid won't stick to. My question is: Doesn't the applicator get contaminated with debris, germs, pus, and foreign object matter from touching the wound and surrounding area, and then in turn contaminate the remaining content of the bottle when the applicator is inserted back in? Thus spreading those contaminants to the next open wound that you or someone else might use it on? Thank you.
Has anyone had a problem with pus forming under the dried New-Skin? This happened to me every time I used it.
Alright so new to this type of social stuff. Anyways member-32962 your full of sh!t doesn't burn works good as hell obviously your either trying to troll or you haven't used the product ever just wanted to create a account to tell you ur sh!t kid. Lucky can't say wat I wanna say anyways very good product yall
Can you use this his on open blisters and does it work well for blisters!?
Has anyone used this or the spray version on feet to prevent blisters with new shoes?
Can New-Skin be used on a cut that's a few days old? I got a cut on my thumb next to the nail that keeps reopening over and over because of where it is.
I can never seem to get this to work on me, any tips to make it work?