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BAND-AID® Brand SKIN-FLEX® Bandages ASSORTED, 20 COUNT

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1 year 10 months ago

Safe for latex allergies?

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State: California
Age: 55 to 64
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The band-aids work fine for me, but I can't make heads or tails out of your statement that they are not made with natural rubber latex. Does that mean they're made with some other form of latex, or that they don't contain latex at all, or what? It matters to us because my daughter is severely allergic to latex. I'm disappointed that you couldn't communicate this clearly, e.g. by saying "do not contain latex" or "safe for people allergic to latex." It's also odd that you don't list what they are actually made with. Until you so, I can't recommend this product.
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2 years 2 months ago

Band-Aid Skin Flex Adhesive

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State: Illinois
Age: 25-34
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I recieved a sample of Band-Aid brand Skin-Flex Adhesive Bandages from PinchMe. This Band-Aid is very comfortable compared to the leading brands. It lasts about 24 hrs. So you can wash your hands with it on. Its very light weight and doesnt stick to your wound. I would totally purchase again and I would recommend to anyone looking for a Band-Aid that will get the job done.
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Nunu
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6 months 3 weeks ago

Nice bandage but pad too narrow & only 5 per box

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State: Iowa
Age: 55 to 64
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These are great for the hand. They flex and are stretchable. The bad part is the size of the pad. I don't mind if the pad does not reach right to the edge of the bandage, however these have such a narrow pad that they will only work on small wounds at which point the size of the bandage seems like overkill. I wish you sold these with a pad right to the edge. The box has only 5 bandages of the larger size that has a regular size pad. To get enough of these I have had to purchase several boxes and now have enough small band-aids for the rest of my life. Please let us choose by selling boxes holding 1 size. I have multiple boxes of sizes I rarely use. If I could find boxes containing only 1 size bandage, I would only need 3 different boxes total!
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frustrated
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Des Moines
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2 years 1 month ago

Best bandage by far!

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State: North Carolina
Age: 25-34
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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.
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Response from Johnson and Johnson, BAND-AID® BRAND, Consumer Care 2 years 1 month ago
Thanks for sharing your feedback! We're glad we could be there for you out in the woods. We'd love to hear more about your experience! When you have some free time, give us a call at 1-866-565-2873. We're here from 9AM to 7PM ET, Monday through Friday. Hope to hear from you soon!
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2 years 2 months ago

Skin-Flex bandaids are awesome!

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State: New Jersey
Age: 35-44
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Skin-Flex Band AIDS are great! They stick well and don't come off easily like similar products. I really like these and will continue to get them to have in stock at home.
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1 year 1 month ago

AFTER 25 YRS. A BAND-AID THAT FINALLY STAYS PUT.

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State: California
Age: 65 or over
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The new Skin Flex Band-Aid is the first Band-Aid brand bandage I have found in at least 25 yrs. that stays on for more than 15 minutes or less. With one on the back of my hand I have been able to prepare food, rinsing and even washing my hands repeatedly, without it coming off. The appearance is great; it doesnt look dirty, or ravled, and it blends in with my skin beautifully. And when I do take it off, though it’s a bit hard to remove, it doesn’t leave gucky stuff all over my skin ( or my fingernail if I’ve had to bandage a fingertip). I wonder if the reviewer who said his Skin Flex came right off, had not cleaned his skin properly, prior to applying the Band-Aid?
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Los Angeles
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2 years 3 months ago

Worked perfectly on my son's elbow

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State: Oregon
Age: 35-44
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I received a free sample of BAND-AID SKIN-FLEX Adhesive Bandages from PINCHme to try. We used the bandage on my son's scraped elbow. I didn't think it would stick for very long, but I was pleasantly surprised when he got back from school with the bandage still firmly in its place. Great product!
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