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The Physique Phone Grip and Stand will easily stick to the back of your mobile device, providing a useful grip or kickstand.
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Physique Blister Plasters are hydrocolloid dressings that can either be applied to prevent blisters from forming or can be applied directly to existing blisters to promote healing. They form a protected second layer of skin, helping to ease pain and pressure from rubbing and repel dirt, water and bacteria to help avoid infection.
Physique Blister Plasters can be applied at any stage of a blister’s development. They can be used as soon as rubbing or irritation occurs to prevent blisters forming, or they can be used to treat and ease the pain of existing blisters. The quicker the plasters are applied, the quicker and easier the blister is to treat.
The breathable, waterproof and highly adhesive backing protects the blister from dirt and germs to help prevent infection, whilst the hydrocolloid dressing encourages a moist environment to prevent blister formation and soothe pain.
Only apply to clean and dry skin, ensure the area is free from creams and oils. Remove the non-sticky backing paper, avoid touching the adhesive too much. Apply the plaster firmly to the blister, ensuring the edges are smoothly stuck down to avoid it coming off too soon. To remove, avoid pulling upwards as this may damage the blister, simply stretch along the skin instead. Can stay in place for up to 12 hours. Do not use on infected blisters. Do not burst blisters as this may increase the risk of infection.
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Mr Andrew James
21 August 2013