It can be very painful to tear off the bandage, especially if it's of good quality. Fortunately, there are many ways to remove the bandage binder. Regardless of the method used, be careful to use light pressure and wear. Any scrubbing or scraping will affect your skin and the adhesive. Different bandage adhesive products react differently to different treatments, so don't be discouraged if you fail at your first try. With a little time and effort, you can get rid of this irritating residue.
The bandage is more suitable for the treatment of hand trauma. Applications include: fractures, sprains, cuts (cuts and bites, burns), most minor hand injuries can heal on their own, but severe hand injuries require immediate medical assistance. Please continue to read below to learn when to tighten the injured hand, how to do, and when to seek medical help.