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TOUGH-STRIPS® Finger-Care All One Size 60's

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Band-Aid First Aid Medical Tape

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1 year 2 months ago

STAY AWAY FROM THESE

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Age: 25-34
State: Florida
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I bought these today and placed one on my upper arm this afternoon. I went to remove it and clean the area, but could not get it off. gter ripping at it for about 10 minutes, it left black and blue marks, ripped skin and glue where the bandaid once was. I could only get the glue off with goo-gone. I am throwing the box away. There is no way I would allow my child or anyone else in my family to go through the pain I went through trying to get it off!
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Concerned mom
Location: 
Margate
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Response from Johnson and Johnson, BAND-AID®, Consumer Care 1 year 2 months ago
Thanks for reaching out to us. We'd like to speak with you to learn more about your experience with our product. Please call our Consumer Care Center at 866-565-2229. Our care specialists are available Monday through Friday 8am to 8pm EDT. We look forward to speaking with you.
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1 year 2 months ago

Great wound protection in the work place.

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Age: 65 or over
State: North Carolina
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I love the bandage, but it is difficult to get out of the wrapper.
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sparky
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Asheville
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2 years 8 months ago

The perfect bandage!

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Age: 65 or over
State: California
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Finally it's exactly what I need for tough, delicate duty protection! For this I use a paring knife and peal away the pad. No more is there a fuzzy non-stick center. Now remains some decent sticky adhesive! Excellent! Now the entire Band-aid brand bandage sticks intricately to my finger's minor injury, while still allowing tactile sensations to be sensed.
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kodo
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Los Angeles
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