“The demand for clean, natural ingredients is migrating to the first-aid space with many natural alternatives being used to treat anything from scrapes and bug bites to wounds and sore muscles," said Billy Goldberg, a New York Times best-selling author and New York City emergency room physician. "It's exciting to see companies like Curad incorporating these natural and efficacious ingredients right into their products," Goldberg said.
The Curad Naturals adhesive bandage line features the following:
Curad Naturals infused with aloe vera + vitamin E
Each bandage pad and strip is infused with natural aloe vera, widely used to treat a variety of cuts, scrapes, burns and antioxidant vitamin E to soothe and moisturize skin. Individually-wrapped bandages are made with breathable and lightweight fabric and a four-sided seal to keep dirt and germs out. Available in 30-ct. boxes of sterile 0.75"x3" bandages and eight-count boxes in a 2"x4" size.
Bandages are infused with Arm & Hammer Baking Soda, which provides soothing relief to minor cuts, scrapes and even insect stings while also helping neutralize and reduce wound odor. Adhesive pads are made with pillow-soft material to cover, cushion and protect, with an extra layer of cellulose to help absorb excess drainage and a four-sided seal to keep dirt and germs out. Available in 10-ct. boxes of sterile 2"x4" bandages and six-count boxes in a 4"x4" size.
"We're excited to introduce this innovative, fresh approach to healing," said Medline senior marketing manager Kurt Schmidt. "Our Curad Naturals bandages are perfect for kids and their parents because they contain no harsh or irritating ingredients, while providing a simple, soothing way to protect minor cuts and burns."
The Curad Naturals line of adhesive bandages is available at Amazon and walmart.com.