The SPYCRA® Difference
Traditional Adhesive Dressings
Traditional adhesive dressings form a strong grip with the skin that can damage or strip skin when the dressing is removed. This can undo some of the healing progress and cause great discomfort to the patient. These traditional dressings typically lose tackiness as soon as they are removed, making wound inspection or repositioning the dressing an impossible task.
Spycra’s Soft Silicone Dressings
Soft silicone’s self-adhesive properties give the Spycra range a much gentler adhesion that doesn’t strip skin or damage tissue between dressing changes. Spycra dressings can be removed and repositioned without patient discomfort.
The SPYCRA® range
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