Want to buy HEKA Plast textile plasters? Comfortable protection for your wounds!
Soft and skin-friendly textile plasters
When it comes to wound care, HEKA Plast textile plasters are the perfect choice for both adults and children. Our textile plasters are designed with your comfort in mind. They are gentle on the skin and offer a skin-friendly experience, even with extended wear.
Strong adhesive force and high elasticity
Our HEKA Plast textile plasters have a strong adhesive force, so that they remain firmly in place and offer optimal protection. Thanks to their high elasticity, they adapt effortlessly to moving body parts. Whether you are exercising, at work or just on the road, these plasters offer reliable protection.
Painless removal with non-adherent wound pad
The non-adherent wound pad of our textile plasters makes removal painless and comfortable. You don't have to worry about any inconvenience during the removal process. This makes HEKA Plast textile plasters an excellent choice for daily wound care.
Versatile and convenient range
Our textile plasters are available in different sizes, including finger plasters and small plasters. This makes them suitable for various types of wounds and body parts. Whether you have a wound on your finger or a small cut on your hand, HEKA Plast textile plasters offer the right protection. Choose HEKA Plast textile plasters and add a high-quality and comfortable wound care solution to your first aid arsenal. Whether you are active in sports, at work or just at home, our textile plasters offer the protection you need. Order your HEKA Plast textile plasters now and experience for yourself the comfort and reliability they have to offer. Add the plasters to the first aid kit or first aid kit for the ultimate first aid/BHV content with dressing materials.
- Contents: 15 pieces
- Size patches: 19 x 72 mm, 25 x 72 mm, 38 x 72 cm
- Material: Textile
- Strong adhesive force
- van Heek Medical
- Delivery Time
- Ordered before 17:00 is delivered the next day.
- € 0,00 - € 9,99
- 15 Pieces