Leukoplast® elastic

Leukoplast elastic are flexible first aid dressings for minor wounds, cuts or abrasions. Being highly elastic and adhesive, they’re ideal for fingers and other frequently moved areas. The non-woven wound dressing pad is absorbent yet won’t stick to the wound.

  • Doesn’t stick to the wound
  • Highly adhesive
  • Highly elastic

Product benefits

A dressing with an arching wound pad to indicate that it will not stick to the wound.

Doesn’t stick to the wound

Leukoplast elastic’s soft fleece wound pad is non-woven and low adherent; so it doesn’t stick to the wound.
Metal chain indicating that this product is highly adhesive.

Highly adhesive

Good adhesion so you can trust it to stay in place even on contoured and frequently moved areas.
Two hands pulling the product in opposite directions to indicate stretchability.

Highly elastic

Made of cross-elastic material that adapts to the body’s contours and movement; adhering well even to difficult areas. They stick securely while allowing for normal movement; making them ideal for dressing fingers and joints such as elbows; knees and wrists.

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.

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!