Meet the Brands: Duraplast


Duraplast Plasters are manufactured to the highest standards using clinical grade materials. Each plaster is hygienically wrapped during manufacture to lock out any contamination and retain its sterile property. A hypoallergenic adhesive is used to reduce any risk of irritation to the surrounding skin and the breathable membrane helps to induce healing.

Available in a range of Classic and Multi-pack sizes.

Manufactured using clinical grade materials, each plaster is individually wrapped to keep it sterile before use.

The EVA plastic band is durable while remaining soft to the touch.

The smooth exterior surface makes them less likely to catch on fibers when used under clothing and they are also better equipped to repel contact with moisture making the surface easier to keep clean. The EVA plastic material lets the skin breath whilst blocking out dirt and contamination that may come into contact with the plaster during daily life.

A hypoallergenic adhesive is used to reduce any risk of irritation or cross infection to the surrounding skin. While wounds are healing plasters should be replaced on a daily basis. The wound and surrounding area should be cleaned thoroughly each time this is done.

Gentle Healing

Gentle HealingTM advanced technology plastic EVA plasters
Featuring AdhesanTM hypoallergenic adhesive & Acti-flexTM latest advanced flexible materials
Compliant with the latest British and EU regulations
Splashproof and breathable
Awesome branding & shelf appeal
Each plaster is individually wrapped, keeping the plaster clean & sterile until used.
Advice for use

Wash hands.
Clean wound carefully with clean water or Duraplast? antiseptic wipe and dry gently around the wound.
Apply the plaster and press down edges for good adhesion.
Replace at least once a day and never reuse.
If symptoms persist seek medical advice.
Protect and heal

A plaster retains moisture, protects from infection, reduces the risk of scarring and reduces nerve irritation and pain.
Healing is faster.
Without a plaster, moisture escapes.
A wound will dry out and form a scab.
Healing time and risk of scarring is increased.


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