New-Skin Liquid Bandage Spray
Description & Features
New-Skin® Liquid Spray Bandage provides flexible, antiseptic treatment for larger wounds, such as those on legs and arms, and prevents blisters and calluses in hard-to-reach areas on the body. New-Skin® dries rapidly to form a tough protective cover that is waterproof and keeps out dirt and germs while letting skin breathe. For smaller affected areas, try New-Skin®Liquid Bandage.
- Protects cuts and scrapes
- Prevents and protects blisters
- Helps prevent the formation of calluses
- Covers painful hangnails and chapped and cracked fingertips
- Particularly useful for hikers, bikers, runners, bowlers, golfers, tennis players, fishermen, and musicians
Clean affected area
Apply small amount on the area 1-3 times daily
A second coating may be applied for extra protection
To remove, apply more New-Skin® Liquid Spray Bandage and quickly wipe off
Store at room temperature, away from heat
May temporarily sting upon application
Do not allow to come into contact with floors, countertops or other finished surfaces – will stain
If valve doesn’t spray, simply scratch across spray hole with a fingernail. New-Skin® Liquid Spray Bandage may at times form a thin covering over the spray hole.
Amyl acetate, benzalkonium chloride, castor oil, clove bud oil, ethyl alcohol, isobutane-propane (propellant), n-butyl acetate, nitrocellulose
For external use only.
Flammable. Keep away from fire or flame.
Do not use:
In the eyes
Over large areas of the body
Longer than one week, unless directed by a doctor
On infected areas or wounds that are draining
With other first-aid products such as lotions and creams
On mucous membranes
Ask a doctor before use if you have
Deep puncture wounds
When using this product
Do not puncture or incinerate; contents under pressure
Do not store at temperatures above 120°F
Intentional misuse by deliberately concentrating and inhaling the contents can be harmful or fatal
Stop use and ask a doctor if
The condition persists or gets worse
Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed, get medical help or call a Poison Control Center right away.