Designed to cover the entire wound securely and prevent any kind of infection caused by dirt or bacteria, the plaster provides adequate and necessary aeration for the wound to heal faster. Cushioning the wound and protecting it from minor impacts, the plaster’s strong adhesive ensures that it stays intact during day-to-day activities.
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A plaster that comes in handy for your everyday chores. The Hansaplast Regular Plaster is designed to cover the entire wound securely and prevent any kind of infection caused by dirt or bacteria, the regular plaster provides adequate and necessary aeration for the wound to heal faster. From cushioning the wound and to protecting it from minor impacts, Hansaplast plasters ensures that it stays intact during day-to-day activities
Hansaplast regular plasters are suitable to cover and protect all types of minor wounds. If you fell off a bike or accidentally injured yourself in the kitchen, this regular plaster is your go-to first aid. The non-stick wound pad inside the plaster protects and cushions the wound from any additional bacteria. The durable fabric and extra strong adhesion ensure that the plaster stays in place. These regular plasters are suitable for covering all types of small wounds on fingers.
They have a backing that is durable and breathable. Additionally, they create a strong seal all around the wound, keeping dirt and germs out. Every Hansaplast plaster has a non-stick wound pad that provides superior cushioning and absorption. The strong adhesion ensures that the plaster stays in place.
*protects against bacteria and dirt
Regular: For everyday cuts and wounds
- How often should I change my plaster?
- For better hygiene, it is recommended that you change standard first aid dressings daily.
- Is it better to let wounds dry in fresh air instead of putting on a plaster?
- It is a common myth that keeping minor cuts and grazes uncovered helps them heal faster. In reality, covering them ensures faster healing and better protection. Keep Hansaplast plasters handy in your first aid kit to provide quick support and protection to wounds.
- What if my wound gets infected, swells, creates pus or suppurates?
- If there are any signs of infection or pus, please get in touch with a medical practitioner. You can tell your wound is infected if there is redness, heat, pain, itching, burning or swelling around the wound.