One 10” x 8 Yard Roll of Recovery Derm Shield Tattoo Aftercare Bandages
Give your tattoos the easy, healthy recovery they deserve with Recovery Derm Shield. Acting as a barrier against dirt, bacteria, and abrasion, Recovery Derm Shield promotes a comfortable, hygienic healing process free of scabbing or scarring.
What makes Recovery Derm Shield better than others on the market?
Recovery Derm Shield is a light, waterproof composite film bandage comprised of three layers: EVA film, matte PU film, and glassine. The matte PU film, which is the part of the bandage that remains on and protects the skin after tattooing, allows for optimal breathability and ductility when compared to glossy film bandages. Recovery Derm Shield bandages are also latex-free
This listing is for one roll of Recovery Aftercare Derm Shield bandages. The roll measures 10” wide x 8 yards long
Roll Size: 10” x 8 yards
For use after tattoo procedures
Transparent matte film adhesive bandage; latex-free
Waterproof and permeable for breathability
Price per one 10” x 8 yard roll
Directions for Application:
Gently clean and pat dry the tattoo and surrounding area, ensuring there is no soap or any residue on the skin. With clean gloves, remove Derm Shield from the sterile pouch. Cut the Derm Shield to cover tattooed area plus a 1 to 2 inch margin from the edge of the tattoo. Peel off backing to expose adhesive side and position the Derm Shield over the tattoo with the adhesive side facing the skin. Gently apply using light pressure, starting from the center to the edges to eliminate air bubbles. Do not stretch the Derm Shield during application
The first Derm Shield application should stay in place for 24 hours, depending on level of exudation. It is normal for blood and fluids to collect under the bandage.
A second application can be used for several days, and a third application may be used if necessary. Gently clean and dry the area between applications. Do not wear any piece longer than one week
Directions for Removal:
Gently peel the Derm Shield by pulling it slowly from the edge back over itself. Do not pull the bandage upwards.