Leukoplast® universal

Leukoplast universal finger dressings are for short-term use on minor wounds, lacerations, abrasions or puncture sites. They are breathable, dirt and water repellent, and ideal for sensitive skin, preventing maceration.

  • Highly adhesive
  • Water- and dirt-repellent
  • Quick and easy application

Product benefits

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Highly adhesive

Secure adhesive power means you can rely on it to stay in place.
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Water- and dirt-repellent

This dirt and water repellent bandage keeps wounds clean and protected. Meanwhile; the absorbent pad easily absorbs fluid; blood and wound secretions.
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Quick and easy application

Easy to use and quick to apply.
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Gentle on sensitive skin

The wound dressing pad is low-adherent yet absorbent; while the dressing is flexible and gentle on the skin.

How to use

How to use Leukoplast strips
1. Remove the protective film
Hold the strip in one hand and peel off the upper protective film with thumb and index finger of the other.

2. Apply and remove the second protective film
Place the wound pad centrally on the wound. Make sure that you only touch the plaster on the protective film and the backside, never the wound pad itself. Remove the remaining protective film.

3. Smooth out and press
Smooth out the dressing so that it adheres evenly. Apply only slight pressure and avoid tension. To increase the adhesive strength, you can warm the patch between the palms of your hands before applying it.

How to use

How to use Leukoplast bandage strips
1. Cut to size
Cut off an appropriate length using a pair of clean, sharp scissors to prevent the shredding of edges and contamination.

2. Remove the protective film
Hold the strip in one hand and peel off the upper protective film with thumb and index finger of the other.

3. Apply and remove the second protective film
Place the wound pad centrally on the wound. Make sure that you only touch the plaster on the protective film and the backside, never the wound pad itself. Remove the remaining protective film.

4. Smooth out and press
Smooth out the dressing so that it adheres evenly. Apply only slight pressure and avoid tension. To increase the adhesive strength, you can warm the patch between the palms of your hands before applying it.

Information for use

Please make sure to always follow the instructions for use, including the safety information provided with the product. Not at hand? Find the needed safety information in this database!