Small cuts can be annoying, getting in the way and seeming to hang around forever. Treating them properly from the start can speed up the recovery process. The videos below demonstrate how to treat different kinds of cuts.
For small cuts and scrapes, an adhesive bandage can aid with healing and reduce the risk of further damage and infection. Watch this video to learn how to easily apply a adhesive bandage to a small cut.
Aeroplast Visual Bandages are especially useful for performing tasks which require use of your hands as they are waterproof and highly flexible. They have extra strong adhesive to prevent them from falling off, and are easily visible in case they are removed and could contaminate food.
For hard to reach places, such as in the gaps between fingers or toes, the use of a fabric bandage which moves with the contours of the skin is recommended. Watch this video to learn how to apply a fabric bandage.
For more severe finger cuts a finger dressing may be required. This dressing soaks up blood and applies pressure to the wound, helping to start the healing process faster. Watch this video to learn how to apply a finger dressing.
For all serious cuts, seek immediate medical attention.