PerfectSeal® liquid bandage, known as “liquid stitches,” is a liquid skin adhesive, that offers a tough, flexible, waterproof wound seal, stays in place, and keeps germs out. It is often used by healthcare professionals to close cuts and wounds.
PerfectSeal® is an antiseptic solution for wound care. This new and efficient method of wound repair requires little time (less than 3 minutes to bond) and minimizes discomfort. It is marketed to replace sutures 5-0 or smaller in diameter for laceration repair or incisions.
PerfectSeal® Liquid Bandage VS New-skin® Liquid Bandage
PerfectSeal® liquid bandage and New-skin® liquid bandage are both antiseptic solutions for wound care, providing a waterproof skin protective layer to prevent bacterial infection and promote wound healing. However, there are differences between the two, PerfectSeal® liquid bandage is a fast-acting reactive adhesive mainly used to repair deep cuts or surgical wounds. Its main ingredients are medical cyanoacrylate (n-butyl cyanoacrylate or 2-octyl cyanoacrylate ).
New-skin® liquid bandage is mainly targeted at skin care for minor cuts and scrapes. It combines with the skin to form a protective polymer layer to prevent dirt, bacteria, and moisture from entering.
Perfect for blisters, calluses, painful hangnails, and chapped, dry, cracked skin. Its ingredients contain benzethonium chloride to help prevent infection by killing 99.9% of germs.
In daily wound first aid treatment, the choice of wound care regimen is solely up to the discretion of the healthcare professional.
How to use PerfectSeal® liquid bandage?
PerfectSeal® liquid bandage is a popular surgical glue for wound closures. It is often used by doctors in circumcision, plastic surgeries, and other surgeries in Korea, Brazil, Arabia, Pakistan, Israel, Iran, Indonesia, and other countries. Benefits of PerfectSeal® surgical glue include Lower rates of infection. Less time in the operating room
How to remove PerfectSeal® liquid bandage?
By using PerfectSeal® liquid bandage to hold the wound edges together, a waterproof protective film will form on the surface of the wound. The film will usually remain in place for 5 to 10 days, then, naturally slough (fall) off your skin.
- For external use only
- Keep away from fire or flame
- Keep out of reach of children.
DO NOT USE:
- Do not use liquid bandages around the eyes, in the ear or nose, or internally in the mouth.
- On infected areas or wounds that are draining
- With other first-aid products such as lotions and creams
- Over sutures
- On mucous membranes
STOP USE AND ASK A DOCTOR IF:
- The condition persists or gets worse
- Infection occurs. Signs of an infection can include increasing redness, swelling, pain, drainage, and warmth around the wound.
Is PerfectSeal® a liquid skin adhesive manufacturer?
Yes. PerfectSeal® has decades of experience manufacturing liquid skin adhesives. In addition to providing finished skin glue, it also provides surgical skin glue raw materials (n-butyl cyanoacrylate, ocrilate) and supports OEM/ODM services. PerfectSeal® will make your Ideas move from design to finished product.
PerfectSeal®’s expertise in medical skin glue will provide you with the best solutions for high quality, safety, and cost-effectiveness.
PerfectSeal® is the only manufacturer in China to obtain the CE certificate for medical skin glue. It has experienced employees, ISO 13485 and 9001 certified facilities, and 100,000-level clean workshops to provide each partner with high-quality products and reliable services.
Is PerfectSeal® liquid bandage safe for open wounds?
PerfectSeal® liquid bandage is a liquid skin glue, that can be used to close the minor cut and help stop bleeding.
Does a PerfectSeal® liquid bandage sting?
If you apply it on a wound that is still open it will sting so you have to start by aligning the wound and applying a liquid bandage to the edge of the wound. Be sure to apply a thin layer, applying too thickly will affect the bonding effect.
Liquid Bandage VS Stitches
PerfectSeal® liquid stitches are a specially formulated cyanoacrylate glue a healthcare provider can apply to cuts on your skin to help them heal. For certain cuts, liquid stitches have some advantages over regular stitches. They’re quicker and more comfortable. And they decrease the risk of scars just as well as regular stitches.
Is a liquid bandage better than a Band-Aid?
Liquid skin bandage has several benefits compared to other bandages (such as Band-Aid). Liquid bandage only needs to be put on once. It seals the wound and may promote faster healing and lower infection rates. Also, it’s waterproof.
What do hospitals use to glue wounds?
Doctors use surgical glue — also called “tissue adhesive” or “liquid stitches”– to close both major and minor wounds, such as lacerations, incisions made during laparoscopic surgery, and wounds on the face or in the groin. It has the same effect as stitches, and only takes about a minute to apply and dry.