Can BandAids cause a rash? - HealthBoards

Sep 25, 2005 · I removed the bandaid and it is slowly fading (day 2-3 now). After noticing the rash, I switched the positon of the band aid (the next day) and developed a similar, round rash over one of the ends of the new bandaid. Does this sound like a latex sensitized reaction? If this is a latex allergy, does anyone know how long it takes to fade away ...…

My son's band aid left on too long. Skin is red, what ...

Dec 11, 2008 · We took the bandaid off that night but he was not happy about it so we put another waterproof "tattoo" type bandaid on. He wouldn't let anyone take it off all week. ... My son's band aid left on too long. Skin is red, what should I do? ... It no doubt was just irritating the skin since it was left on for too long. Sometimes people also have an ...…

rash from bandaid - BabyGaga

Wash it good with soap and water and let it air dry. Maybe apply some anti-rash cream." yeah but ive had bandaids over this same spot for like 2 weeks(the same ones) and it just happened now when i left it on too long thats why i was thinking it was just from having my skin covered for too long or something lol…

Bandaid allergy? - HealingWell.com

Jan 06, 2010 · It is not a latex allergy because I have used to cloth latex-free bandages and they do the same thing. The only time I do not seem to get a rash is when I use paper tape. Interestingly, my 5-year-old daughter has sensitive skin too and it turns out she gets the same rash I ……

Bandaide Adhesive Allergy Rash - Healthy-skincare.com

Waterproof Band-aid on too long by: Jasmine I put a waterproof bandaid on my daughter's bug bite because that was all we had at the time for treating it. Well being the push over I am, I left it on until the bandaid fell off. The skin areas where the white part of the bandaid was in contact with the skin have red raised areas with little bumps.…

Overview of Adhesive Allergy

When adhesives are in contact with the skin for prolonged periods of time (hours to days), a skin rash can occur in up to 50% of people. Usually, the skin rash is mild and itchy with red and bumpy skin. Once the adhesive is removed, the rash will usually go away within a number of days without treatment.…