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Post-op plasters

Aquabloc post-op plaster

Classic waterproof plasters

Maximum protection against water 
and bacteria, including after 
an operation.

WHAT IS IT?

A slim, transparent waterproof dressing containing an antibacterial chlorhexidine pad for surgical or large wounds. Pool, sea or shower are no longer a problem.

WHAT DOES IT DO FOR YOU?

After having an operation or receiving stitches, or when treating large-scale wounds, a plaster that combines practicality, hygiene and water resistance is extremely useful. Aquabloc protects your wound from the risks of infection, thanks to the chlorhexidine's broad spectrum of antibacterial activity, and creates a long-lasting barrier against water.

WHAT MAKES IT UNIQUE?

It is so water-resistant and breathable that you can wear it for several days. Since it is transparent, other people will hardly notice it. It is also easily adaptable to all parts of your body, even the most difficult to reach.

IN WHAT FORMATS CAN YOU FIND IT?

There are a wide range of sizes available, so you're free to choose the right plaster for your wound.

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