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March 03, 2021  
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Topic Title: High-Tech Bandages Are Latest Fad
Created On: 06/12/2002 11:42 AM
 08/23/2002 04:19 PM

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excellent to know that these are recommended - I have been curious about these for a while! thanks for the info.
 08/22/2002 04:21 PM

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OK continuing use of the liquid bandages First problem I found is that its transparent skin like covering is hard to tell from a scab or whatnot so its really hard to say whether its there or not- I am reapplying after every shower etc. and it does seem to be "holding up" and healing though. I do think in the long run its cheaper than normal bandages as far as "replacement" costs go for little nicks especially if we're talking hand or foot
 08/19/2002 05:39 PM

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Alright I finally found a liquid bandaid at CVS- I tried on a wound i've been having trouble with- I have a lump on my foot that keeps scraping agains a portion of my shoes- evn with socks it scrpaes some of the flesh. bandages tend to fall off in that location so I tried the liquid bandage- Indeed for one day it hasn't fallen off- but I do reapply after showeres etc.- It smells and is applied liek rubber cement- the effect is wholly like if you covered the wounded area with glue though the skin breathes- anyway i've tried it for two days now- we'll see how it holds up till the wound heals- I'll keep this post updated
 08/16/2002 10:53 AM

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Thanks, I would be interested in any info. you have in this area.
 08/12/2002 04:27 PM

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I'll definitely look for Liquid bandaid- I tend to go through a number of bsndages for hand wounds. Still I always like testing products for myself- Anyone who's reading this- I'll keep you posted on what I think.
 06/12/2002 11:42 AM

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Every once in a while, I get a mole that is raised. I consider a raised mole ugly, so I remove it. I pull it up and twist it off. The mole never returns. Usually, the mole appears on my face, neck, chest, or arm pits and has only been there for less than a week. My mom has lots of moles in those locations. What causes moles and should they be left alone or removed.
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