3M Nexcare First Aid Steri-Strip Skin Closures
Assorted Sizes 19 Sterile Skin Closures

3M Nexcare Steri-Strip skin closures are comfortable adhesive strips used to secure, close and support small cuts and wounds. They hold firmly in place and allow the skin to breathe while the wound heals.


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Eli: a few hours ago

For some reason there aren't many butterfly-style sutures left on the market, making these the de facto best. I have learned that it's best not to apply a triple-cream antibiotic first, but instead to use Tincture of Benzoin Compound (search for Friar's Balsam, and not tincture of benzoin). This stops the strips from slipping, and protects the wound without smothering it.

Tea: more than a year ago

Just used these, again, along with some 3M Coban and other medical supplies from LOVE! Worth every penny. Will be ordering more. Saved me from having to get stitches at the ER- much prefer to use these over an ER trip and stitches. A must have.

Janet: more than a year ago

I keep these around to save emergency room visits for stitches.

Suzanne: more than a year ago

I love having Steri-strips as part of my first aid kit. Keeps skin together so cuts heal faster.

Tea: more than a year ago

Love these. Easy to use. A must have for the first aid kit!

They do have an expiry date though, so one should consider replacing them if not used by then.

Carol: more than a year ago

Easy to apply. Great to have around when you have an incision that is healing

Melissa: more than a year ago

Very handy

Kara: more than a year ago

These are good to have in a first aid kit to tape together the kinds of minor wounds you'd normally take to the emergency room for stitches. (Sometimes these is all you get at the hospital anyway.) If you still need stitches, but you end up in a waiting room for a long time, you'll be glad you used a few strips - doctors won't stitch wounds that have been open too long.

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