Saw these new at my local Walmart and decided to give them a try. Of course, I was skeptical of the promise that these would withstand getting wet. Because we all know other band aids, including the ones from Johnson and Johnson, don't hold on once being wet. Which is okay; that's expected due to the adhesive, I'm sure. And then, for cuts on fingers, hands, etc; I could never keep a band aid in place, once I'd move my hand and such. So, I have bad reactions to mosquito bites, and recently was out camping in the woods. Even with copious amounts of OFF; I was being bitten quite a bit. So I have a rather nasty bite on my hand, that needs to be covered with medicine (and covered in general). So decided to give these a whirl. Aside from the medication working and making the open bite sore, the bandage itself is really nice. Feels very light weight, but held in place. It is indeed, holding on strong, with every movement of my hand. And earlier, I forgot I was wearing it and washed my hands after eating. And I mean, completely sudsy hands with soap and water type of washing. And I thought, "Here we go; the band aid is going to fall off now." I noticed, while it was a bit "damp" it was not soaked. And after drying my hands, within minutes, the bandaid was completely dry. And it's been 4 hours since then, and the bandaid is STILL holding on strong; despite getting completely soaked with soap and water. I'd definitely recommend these to anyone, and I plan on stocking my medicine cabinet with the Skin Flex bandaids. But do you make larger count boxes? My Walmart only had the 25 count. If not, you should consider it Johnson and Johnson. Because this is now my go to band-aid.
Yes, I'd recommend this product