Amy, the resident Nexcare™ Product expert, answers the most Fearlessly Asked Questions.
Application Engineering Advanced Specialist
At Nexcare, we don’t just design products for no reason. We use science to find better ways to help heal. Which is why we take leading hospital products and make them directly available to you.
Nope. If your wound dries, it heals more slowly, especially if a scab forms. Our waterproof dressings help maintain a healing environment while still letting air in.
The unique diamond shape helps people recognize our product.
Our 360-degree seal provides stronger adhesion and allows for better protection from dirt, germs and everything else.
Simple, make sure the area is clean and free of lotions or ointments. Our Nexcare Bandages with 360-degree seal will stick with ease.
Our waterproof bandages are made with a unique waterproof membrane that has microscopic air holes that are too small for water droplets to pass through, but allow oxygen in.
Our waterproof bandages and Tegaderm™ Transparent Dressings are designed for easy removal. Just grab an edge of either of these and stretch away from the wound, parallel to the skin. This releases the adhesive and it comes right off without grimacing. Or screaming.
Tegaderm Dressings are completely clear, hospital-grade waterproof dressings used to keep wounds clean and protected while still being able to see the healing process. It sticks for up to seven days and is one of the best ways to cover larger wounds.
The paper frame around our waterproof bandages helps you apply the bandage without it wrinkling as you apply it. The ultra-thin film conforms to your body and doesn’t get in the way of your day-to-day activities. This frame keeps the bandage from folding over itself and ensuring that way you get an excellent waterproof seal to the skin.
Amy is one of our resident rockstar experts whose job is to develop and test innovative products for you. As in, she literally listens to your questions and concerns and goes back to her lab to work with her team of scientists to improve product to help cover and protect wounds while they heal. She’s also wicked smart.