Adhesives can leave skin vulnerable to a range of issues:
Pain and stinging
Irritation and redness
Residue build up
Our Sensi-Care® Sting Free line includes adhesive releasers, removers and skin barrier products designed to protect at-risk skin from the damaging effects of adhesives, body waste and friction.
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