Regardless of our age we still get hurt. In fact, as we age some may tend to get more clumsy, careless, senile if you may, you name it and it happens, oftentimes resulting in cuts and bruises weekly, if not daily.
Let's face it. In the California heat, including this 100 degree heatwave of late August/Early September, it is important to know which band-aid's maintain their adhesion, and which will fall off of your wound from your personal, day to day, moisture.
What Band-Aid flexible fabric promises from the box:
1) Creates air channels for superior breathability
2) Wicks away blood to keep wounds clean
3) Extra Flexibility
4) Non-Stick Pad
What Band-Aid flexible fabric delivers:
1) Everything on the box, after 2 weeks of trials, has held true.
2) Even in 100 degree heat, walking 2-4 miles a day the flexible fabric Band-Aid, when secured tight and correctly, it stayed in place for over 8 hours. A huge feat in Southern California summers.
3) It keeps the wound clean for hours, leaving one worry free.
4) They work great at keeping your feet blister free, when feeling like wearing your favorite shoes that just don't fit quite right, but you love them occasionally anyway.
I would highly recommend this product to people with wounds on their feet, toes, heals, fingers, and hands. It stays in place without irritation, thus helping the healing process.