Limited EditionColoured Plaster
Don’t Worry, Be Happy!
A little reminder that the healing process is underway, so Don't Worry, Be Happy!
These stylish, modern plasters are the perfect match for your look of the day. Choose from a range of fashionable colours and patterns, according to your outfit and mood!
Remember, behind the limited edition patterns and colours is the trusted wound care of Elastoplast. Every plaster is made from flexible, water-resistant material that will protect your wounds from dirt and infection.
Trusted Wound Protection
Your trusted protection is here by Elastoplast.
Please note that the colours are safe and painless to remove. The material is flexible and water-resistant protecting your wounds.
How to use
The second step is to protect your wound from dirt and bacteria to enable an undisturbed healing. Cover your wound with the Elastoplast plasters, without stretching the plaster too much. We recommend to leave the plaster in place for at least two days.
Carefully read the instructions for use given in our products‘ packages. Use each plaster only once.
|Limited Edition Coloured Plasters
Frequently Asked Questions
- 1. How often should I change my plaster?
- Usually, it is recommended to change standard first aid dressings daily due to hygienic reasons. Some advanced plasters such as the Antibacterial Plaster that provide moist wound healing conditions are recommended to be left in place for up to two days or more in order to not interrupt the healing process.
- 2. Is it better to let small wounds dry in the fresh air instead of putting on a plaster?
It is one of the biggest wound care myths that keeping minor cuts and grazes exposed to the air helps them to heal faster. Research shows that covered wounds heal more efficiently and have a reduced risk of infection. Elastoplast products provide protection until the wound is completely healed.
- 3. When should I consult a doctor?
We recommend contacting a medical professional if:
- The wound is deep and causing major bleeding.
- The wound shows signs of infection such as redness, warmth, pain or swelling.
- There are embedded foreign objects in the wound.
- The wound is caused by an animal or human bite.
- The wound is in the area of the face.
- There is a fear of tetanus infection.
- You have any strange symptoms or are worried in any way.
- 4. What if my wound gets infected and produces pus?
- You should contact a medical professional if you recognise signs of infection. This is not only the occurrence of pus but also swelling, redness, heat, pain, itching or burning. In case of infection the wound will need medical care and special medical treatment.