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Plaster reaction

(11 Posts)
Bedsheets4knickers Mon 31-Mar-14 16:57:45

Hi all, my daughters had a reaction to Elastoplast plasters . Anyone else had this. It looks really sore on both legs . She keeps tapping it. What plasters should I buy??

purpleminion Mon 31-Mar-14 16:59:19

My dd and Dh have both reacted to those orange fabric plasters but are ok but the plastic type.

PirateJones Mon 31-Mar-14 17:01:52

Which kind of Elastoplast plaster was it?
she probably allergic to the plastic, try Fabric plasters.

Bedsheets4knickers Mon 31-Mar-14 17:02:51

They were the fabric one, I feel really bad :-(

PirateJones Mon 31-Mar-14 17:04:08

Try the plastic ones.
You weren't to know, at least now you'll be prepared for next time.

purpleminion Mon 31-Mar-14 17:15:08

Don't worry, you weren't to know. My Dh was an adult when he reacted. The reaction ended up being a lot worse than the cut he was covering. I think it could be the adhesive on them. They are very strong.

Just be sure to let school or nursery or wherever know.

MiaowTheCat Mon 31-Mar-14 18:50:07

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Theyaremysunshine Mon 31-Mar-14 21:08:32

I'm allergic to them and so is DS.

I use boots hypoallergenic plasters, or the plastic clear type.

It looks horrible and can take a while to go away but it will heal.

CMOTDibbler Mon 31-Mar-14 21:12:44

DS reacts to the fabric ones, but not the Boots hypoallergenic ones. He can't have temporary tattoos either, and especially not the glitter ones

Bedsheets4knickers Mon 31-Mar-14 22:35:32

Thanks ladies x

toomuchtooold Tue 01-Apr-14 06:37:05

I get that with most plasters so now use micropore tape and a dressing.

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