Zinc Oxide Plaster (With Plastic Shell)
If you have a cut and are looking for a quick relief, then you may want to consider Zinc Oxide Adhesive Plaster. The plaster is painted with adhesive, made of natural rubber and zinc oxide adhesive on weaving-cloth back lining. The applicator or the dressing paper that is applied over the plaster has a hole in the center so that your finger can be inserted through it to do pressure on the bleeding area.
Zinc oxide adhesive plaster is a medical tape used to secure dressings or Band-Aids in place. It is also known as zinc oxide tape, medical adhesive tape, or surgical tape. This type of plaster is available in different widths and lengths, and can be bought without a plastic cover or with one.
1. Clean and dry the affected area.
2. Cut the plaster to the desired size and shape.
3. Remove the plastic backing from the adhesive side of the plaster.
4. Press the plaster firmly onto the skin.
5. If necessary, trim the edges of the plaster with scissors.
6. Remove the plaster when it is no longer needed.
There are many different types of adhesive bandages on the market, each with its own set of pros and cons. Zinc oxide adhesive plaster is one type of bandage that can be used for a variety of purposes. Here are some of the pros and cons of this type of bandage:
-Can be used on a variety of different skin types
-Is water resistant
-Has a high absorbency rate
-Non-irritating to the skin
-Can be difficult to remove
-May cause skin irritation if left on for too long
-Can be costly