How Do You Remove Saniderm?
The best way to remove Saniderm is to find an edge of the bandage, and then to pull it back over itself in the direction of hair growth. Pulling upward on the Saniderm can be painful, so we don’t recommend it. In some rare cases, people can “stick” to the Saniderm bandage better than others, which can make it more difficult than normal to remove. In cases like this, try removing the Saniderm in a warm shower. The warmth will loosen the adhesive, making it easier to remove.
If that doesn’t work, take a small amount of Sanibalm (coconut, olive, or baby oil can work as well) and apply it around the edges of the bandage. Oils work to weaken the adhesive and make Saniderm easier to remove. In rare instances where none of the above work, baking soda mixed with water will certainly do the trick (although this is the worst option where the health of your skin is concerned). Additionally, the adhesive can leave behind a small amount of residue after removing Saniderm. You can use Sanibalm or oil to remove any residue left behind. However, you will need to wash the area afterwards, as oil may suffocate the skin pores and can cause irritation.
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