Allergic Reaction to Bandage Adhesive
Having an allergic reaction to bandage adhesive is a fairly common occurrence. In fact, when adhesives are in contact with the skin for prolonged periods of time (hours to days), a skin rash can occur in up to 50% of people. Although it might not be the most severe or potentially harmful of conditions, it can cause a great deal of pain and itching and is downright aesthetically unappealing.
This kind of contact dermatitis, as the condition is known, can be almost impossible to avoid. Adhesives are typically applied in a variety of situations, such as with small cuts, forming or popped blisters, and when receiving IV treatment, to name a few. Athletic tape used on athletes is also a common cause.
Yet an allergy to bandage adhesive symptoms is not something you have to live with any longer thanks to TapeRelief®. TapeRelief® is a topical ointment that can be applied directly to the skin before putting on any kind of adhesive to protect you from an allergic reaction.
TapeRelief® utilizes a unique formula not offered anywhere else, making it a pioneer in the field.
"I have pretty sensitive skin but with Tape Relief I don’t worry about irritation from the tape I use to cover sensitive surgical sites," said testimonial TapeRelief® supporter Ruth. "It goes on easily, is soothing to the skin, and one application lasts all day. It doesn’t burn on application either, and this is often a problem with other skin protection products."
The secret to the success of TapeRelief® lies in the formula. In addition to tea tree oil, an antibacterial agent which helps protect the skin from infection, we include organic oatmeal and aloe for their soothing properties. Most importantly, TapeRelief® received a 0 out of 4 on the Hypoallergenic scale, which means there are no ingredients in it that may cause an allergic reaction.
Stop the senseless suffering and try TapeRelief® today!