3M Cavilon No Sting Barrier Film

    3M
    1-2 Week Lead Time
    28mL Spray, Each - 
    $9.95
    28mL Spray, Case of 12 - 
    $119.95
    1mL Wipes, Box of 25 - 
    $13.95
    1mL Wipes, Case of 100 - 
    $60.95
    1mL Wand Applicator, Box of 25 - 
    $26.95
    1mL Wand Applicator, Case of 100 - 
    $123.95
    3mL Wand Applicator, Box of 25 - 
    $57.95
    3mL Wand Applicator, Case of 100 - 
    $238.95
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    3M Cavilon No Sting Barrier Film from HealthyKin.com is a unique 'no sting' transparent barrier film, which provides up to 72 hours of skin protection. The product protects intact, damaged or 'at risk' skin from irritation. This may be due to urinary or fecal incontinence, leakage of digestive juices or wound exudate, and peri-wound maceration. 3M Cavilon No Sting Barrier Film forms a uniform waterproof film on the skin, which is colorless and transparent for easy skin monitoring. The product contains no alcohol, so does not sting, even on severely excoriated, reddened or stripped skin. 3M Cavilon No Sting Barrier Film provides up to 72 hours of protection, for clinically proven, cost-effective care.

    3M Cavilon No Sting Barrier Film Features:

    • Unique 'no sting' transparent barrier film
    • Provides up to 72 hours of skin protection
    • Protects intact, damaged or 'at risk' skin from irritation

    Part numbers: 3346, 3346, 3344, 3344, 3343, 3343, 3345, 3345

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      (4.88)
      # of Ratings: 48
      1. on 7/18/2013, said:
      I also have a stoma and very sensitive skin. This is the only product that does not contain alcohol that actually works. Insurance SHOULD cover this; it is the best product in this category
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      2. on 9/30/2013, said:
      Best product on the market for peristomal skin protection.
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      3. on 11/29/2013, said:
      I have tried several skin protection wipes. Cavilon is far and away the best.
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      4. on 6/2/2013, said:
      Best there is of all the similar products I have used. If the skin is irratated, like sround my stoma, you still need to use the "Stoma Powder" first.
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      5. on 1/24/2014, said:
      Great product at a good price. Bought it in a case of 12 so it's even more affordable. (My insurance doesn't cover barrier sprays.) Fast shipping. I use it every time I change my ostomy pouch.
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      6. on 11/7/2013, said:
      Have used wand applicator for about two years. Have occasional rash around my stoma but this is a great product. The price is best I have found and shipping is fast.
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      7. on 9/7/2013, said:
      Product is very good and keeps bandages from sticking to skin and causing a rashes. The only problem is that it need to be in a bigger bottle. Shipping was fast and expensive for 3 little bottles. But product does what is said it would do..
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      8. on 10/16/2013, said:
      very fast shipping and the price is great. Same great product I have been using, but more affordable.
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      9. on 10/7/2013, said:
      Heart monitor tabs give me a rash for a month. The Barrier Spray stops the rash from forming and I take to hospitals when the need comes up.
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      10. on 11/17/2013, said:
      Great product
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