Adventure Medical Blister Medic Kit w/Glacier Gel

Adventure Medical Blister Medic Kit w/Glacier Gel
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Blister Medic Kit w/Glacier Gel™

The Blister Medic is the best of both worlds, combining the tried-and-true protection and blister prevention of Moleskin with the advanced relief and healing of Glacier Gel™ hydrogel dressings. Alcohol pads for skin preparation and antiseptic towelettes for wound cleaning round out the package.

Kit Details
  • Size: 4.25" x 6.5" x .5"
  • Weight:1.9oz

Features & Benefits
  • Prevent Blisters from Forming
    Moleskin immediately reduces friction, keeping hot spots from developing into blisters
  • Leave the Scissors at Home
    11 die-cut moleskin pieces per sheet, each specifically shaped to fit common blister areas. No scissors required!
  • Relieve Pain Instantly
    GlacierGel blister dressings stop pain and start the healing process on contact
  • Disinfect Wounds
    Included antiseptic wipes disinfect open blisters to keep infections at bay

Supply List
Blister / Burn
1 - GlacierGel (Large Oval)
1 - GlacierGel (Small Rectangular)
2 - Moleskin, Pre-Cut & Shaped (14 pieces)
Wound Care
6 - Antiseptic Wipe
6 - Alcohol Swab
We reserve the right to add, substitute, or delete items if necessary
Please note: Some medications may not be available in products sold outside of the US, additional items may be substituted.
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