Fingertips, behind knees, between toes—some areas make proper placement of adhesive bandages nearly impossible. For small, minor, tricky wounds, many people opt for liquid bandage products—which are typically brushed directly onto cuts. Once dry, liquid bandages shield wounds from dirt and germs. Also see topical antibiotics/antiseptics.
|Product Name||Percent of Pharmacists' Votes|
|Band-Aid Liquid Bandage||
|3M Nexcare Liquid Bandage Drops||
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