Band-Aid Brand Comfort-Flex Minor Wound Care Plastic Adhesive Bandages, Assorted Sizes, 60 Count

By | May 22, 2018
Band-Aid Brand Comfort-Flex Minor Wound Care Plastic Adhesive Bandages, Assorted Sizes, 60 Count

Band-Aid Brand Comfort Flex Plastic Adhesive Bandages are designed to be more flexible than ordinary adhesive bandages so they can comfortably cover and protect minor wounds and stay in place. These sterile plastic bandages feature a Quiltvent pad with air channels for superior breathability. The pad wicks away blood to keep the wound clean and is nonstick for more comfortable removal. This family pack includes 60 sterile bandages in assorted sizes.

  • Covers and protects minor wounds
  • More flexible to stay in place
  • Quiltvent pad for superior breathability
  • Nonstick pad for gentle removal
  • Family pack of assorted sizes

2 thoughts on “Band-Aid Brand Comfort-Flex Minor Wound Care Plastic Adhesive Bandages, Assorted Sizes, 60 Count

  1. The Trudger
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Not recommended, October 7, 2017
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    The Trudger (CloseToTheEdge) –

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    This review is from: Band-Aid Brand Comfort-Flex Minor Wound Care Plastic Adhesive Bandages, Assorted Sizes, 60 Count (Health and Beauty)
    I thought it was funny when the box of Band-Aids I’d ordered was at the very bottom of my Prime Pantry box, under a bunch of heavy stuff. The flimsy cardboard packaging used for Band-Aids these days was squashed absolutely flat.

    I stopped laughing when I used the first Band-Aid. I don’t know what the people who wrote all the glowing reviews were using, but the ones I got functioned nothing like the ones they describe.

    According to the manufacturer, these Band-Aids have a “unique adhesive” and “stay in place.” I don’t think so.

    They stop sticking to the skin when wet, but they stick so well to themselves that when you try to remove them, they stretch and tear rather than come off all at once (as any sane bandage does). I’ve ended up with many small, stretched and torn-away fragments trying to get one of these things off. Is this what’s known as “unique adhesive”?

    In between removing the bandage’s wrapper and getting the thing positioned correctly, if the sticky part happens to accidentally double back on itself, you can forget about getting it loose. All it will do is stretch and tear. I have to throw these in the trash.

    Once, when one of the torn-off fragments landed on my carpet — sticky side down — it wouldn’t budge. I had to cut it from the carpet using scissors.

    I’ve always loved the Band-Aid brand, but not anymore. I’m unable to recommend this product. Even Dollar Store bandages are better (and cheaper). I’m quite disappointed in Johnson & Johnson.

  2. Henry Arthur
    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Better than the newer versions, January 18, 2017
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    Henry Arthur (Boston, MA) –

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    This review is from: Band-Aid Brand Comfort-Flex Minor Wound Care Plastic Adhesive Bandages, Assorted Sizes, 60 Count (Health and Beauty)
    These are so much better than the fibrous, so-called flexible band aids which Johnson and Johnson seems to think are the great innovation since sliced bread. The fiber ones start shredding and lose their adhesive quality within hours. Maybe that’s another example of built-in obsolescence, but surely they make enough money to put out a better and more lasting product … like their original plastic band aids.

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