First Aid Spray Plaster
Waterproof and Transparent Shield

Provides convenient and
invisible protection

  • Waterproof, breathable and flexible shield
  • Provides instant action against bacteria
  • Easy one-hand application - even works upside down.

Elastoplast First Aid Spray Plaster

Elastoplast First Aid Spray Plaster is convenient and easy to use. It provides instant protection against dirt and bacteria in an easy one-hand application that even works when sprayed upside down. The spray formulation provides a convenient and transparent wound multi-day protection that is waterproof. The sprayed-on film is flexible and can be applied even in awkward or hard to reach places  
Elastoplast First Aid Spray Plaster should only be used for small wounds, minor cuts and grazes, not for heavily bleeding cuts.


Acrylic copolymer, polyurethane polymer, ethanol, water, dimethylether

Clean and dry the affected area before application.

Hold can 5-10 cm from affected area.

Spray a light coating and let dry for about a minute.

The plaster gradually disappears over time.

A stinging sensation may occur briefly upon application.

If irritation develops, discontinue use.





Spray Plaster

32,5 ml
50 Applications

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. 1. Does Spray Bandage stop minor bleeding?

    No, it does not stop bleeding. Bleeding must be stopped, by locally applied pressure, before spray application.

  2. 2. Can Spray Bandage be used on cuts that require minor stitching?

    No. Elastoplast Spray Plaster is designed for minor and superficial, dry and clean wounds only. We do not recommend it for bigger, or even sutured, wounds. For these cases, it is advisable to consult a physician.

  3. 3. Can Spray Bandage be used on eyelids, under the eyes or near the mouth and nose, if applied using a cotton ball?

    Using a cotton ball is not recommended because the drying process starts immediately after the spraying process. For this reason, it would not be possible to create a film layer on the wound. Eye, mouth or nose contact must be prevented.

  4. 4. Is it possible to remove Spray Bandage from the skin?

    Usually, it is not necessary to remove the Spray Bandage from the skin as the film dissolves after few days. If you want to remove the film earlier, you can use a solvent based on isopropyl alcohol or ethylacetate.