Five tips for sticking plaster skillfully

2020-03-10 10:46

Many diseases need to be treated with ointment. Have you pasted traditional plaster? How did it come down? Is it painful and the skin is red and itchy. How to paste can easily tear off the plaster without itching? Today, we will teach you a few tips.

Before applying plaster, the local area should be cleaned and dried before applying. If wet, it will accelerate the release of drug components, and increase the risk of allergy. The hair should be cleaned, otherwise it can not be adhered to the treatment effect, and the hair will be pulled up to cause pain. In cold weather, if the plaster is not easy to stick, it can be pasted and then hot-water bag can be used for hot application.

Select the correct position. Touch the pain point first, so that the center of painkiller paste can be attached to the most painful place. When pasting, the plaster and rubber pad are separated and pasted near the most painful place. The pad is torn off along the direction of the pain point. The center of the plaster can be accurately placed at the pain point, and the paste can be pasted flat and free of pleats. If the position of application is not correct, it will affect the effect.

The baking method is correct. Some plaster, when pasted, needs to be baked. The plaster should be baked on the hot water pot or on the light of alcohol lamp and candle. When the baked plaster does not burn the skin, it shall be pasted to the affected area.

The time of posting can't be too long. Generally, plaster is applied for 24 hours. If skin is not well tolerated, plaster should be removed for 4-6 hours. Because at this time the skin has absorbed part of the effective ingredients of the plaster, if not removed, it will appear itchy, rash and other symptoms. Apply some oil when removing the plaster.

When removing the plaster, evenly apply some hand cream to the plaster. It can be easily removed in a few minutes, which can protect the skin without pain and itch. If not, use a little bit of facial oil, olive oil, etc.

After removing the plaster, rinse with warm water. This can relieve the skin irritation.