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작성자본드제임스 조회 14회 작성일 2020-06-29 07:39:49 댓글 0

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NEXCARE ACNE COVERS ~ DREAM OR DISASTER!

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Jessika L : these actually match the color of my skin so i use it for healing and for safe coverage
J S : You touch your face A LOT in this video. That’s only adding more oil to your skin. I honestly had to stop watching. But thank you for making this so we can see what the product looks like!
M. B. : Not a valid review when you don’t use the product correctly.
afreed virk : To the peopl who say that she talks too much its a review SHES MENT to talk about the product and to the people who say that you shouldn't pop your pimples your right in a way but if you pop the pimple properly its ok but only pop the pimple if you know how to do it properly
[ironic name here] : Never pop your acne even if it’s developed a white head. It will heal itself
SUPPLY 777 : Beautiful
Jessica Postopoly : The ones from Sephora were likely the Peter Thomas Roth ones which are medicated. They are better for treating pimples that haven't come to a head yet or are just starting to form. The Nexcare ones are unmediated and don't really work unless the pimple has formed a whitehead. It's also recommended you leave them on for at least 24 hours to get the best results. The crappy thing is these are noticeable unless they match your skin tone exactly. Doesn't seem like they would work under makeup. I would probably wear the Peter Thomas Roth ones during the day because they are invisible and will spot treat pimples, then the Nexcare ones at night (or during days you can stay home) to draw the nasty stuff out.
Viera Lotazero : you to much talk
Luna Eclipse : Please stop popping your pimples
serlinda chen : just try dream dots

How to Apply Nexcare Band Aids

After ruining several Nexcare band aids I figured out how to apply them without having the adhesive side curl under itself thereby destroying another band aid.
Michael GKL : 2:50 the start i dunno why people keep extend video
Yeayea : This video could have been 30 seconds. Maybe a minute. TOPS.
sandee ccg : I just want to say that once you learn how to apply them, they are they are great and very waterproof. Thank you for your help.
sandee ccg : Excellent, thank you very much. Your video solved my problem. Nexcare should have better directions. I am sure that most people won’t buy them again, because their directions are so poor. I know I wouldn’t if I didn’t watch your video.
John Sumner : I tried it, did not stick to dry skin. Can't imagine trusting this under water.
John Steinbeck : thank you! Worst instructions by 3M ever for a simple to use product...
Carla Carpenter : Agree! Worst instructions ever!!!! Especially since it doesn’t have a sticky side like all other bandaids—that’s what makes you doubt the instructions in the first place. Here it is, 2018 & they still have same crappy info. Thanks for ur help.
eagleman0977 : This is by far the saddest thing I've ever looked up instructions on how to put a bandaid on it should not be this difficult
Fog99horn : Thanks for this, Joseph. The instructions on the box aren't clear at all, and your video is a big help. Well done!
Lyndie Barker : Thank you, you are an original and this helped me immensely! I think you are right about the marketing.... ( did kind of laugh that you were using an exacto knife to take off the bandage that was protecting a cut...)

Nexcare™ Tegaderm™ Transparent Dressing Application and Removal

Nexcare™ Tegaderm™ Transparent Dressings have been used in Canadian Hospitals for more than 25 years. They are ideal for covering and protecting abrasions, cuts, minor burns, blisters, and post-surgical incisions!

Watch this video for a step-by-step guide on how to apply and remove these high-tech dressings. And for more information, visit http://www.nexcare.ca/tegaderm.
Kara Rowe : Thank you! Finally - someone that actually shows how to apply it! Ty, ty!!
DoomerSquid37 : Mine doesn’t stick
the reader : you don't put gauze underneath the tegaderm dressing? because that's what's done in some places

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