The water-resistant strips that reliably protect the wound. Ideal for use in household, hobby and garden. Apply to clean, dry skin. Change dressing daily.
In 1882, pharmacist Paul C. Beiersdorf in cooperation with dermatologist Paul Gerson Unna first patented an adhesive-coated plaster. The so called `gutta-percha´ plaster gauze was ready-made, of reliable adhesive properties and could easily be removed. Drugs could be incorporated and administered to the skin for the first time.
Hansaplast med, as partner to the pharmacist, contributes its heritage, knowledge and experience in wound healing and plaster technology as well as the Beiersdorf expertise in international brand building and marketing, to advance its segments in the pharmacies.
Hansaplast was introduced in 1922 under the motto “Beiersdorf’s first-aid gauze bandage”.