Beeswax Bandage FAQS
Stop bleeding quickly without any sting!
A must for those who bleed easily, are on blood thinners like
Coumadin or have fragile skin. Stop bleeding quickly without any sting! Reduces
bruising too! It is a heavy beeswax cream which will literally plug the hole.
It is so heavy the blood can't push through. Just wipe the wound to dry it and
quickly apply a heavy band of Beeswax Bandage over the area. After 2 or 3
minutes you will have coagulated under the cream. Just wipe it off and unless
you need stitches, you are done! It does not sting and usually soothes any
discomfort that is present. If you leave a little on the wound it will heal
much more rapidly. If you bruise easily, rub Beeswax Bandage into the bruise.
It will disappear much more rapidly than it would normally. Keep a pocket size
in your purse or pocket so you are ready for that next unexpected bump and
bleed! Great for shaving mishaps too!
Great for outdoors & work - its like having a box of
bandages in your pocket!
And It's Waterproof!
get it to stick!??
can be several reasons.
Beeswax Bandage is a heavy cream on
purpose. Put it on HEAVILY ! The idea is to physically cap the bleeding
sure the skin around the wound is DRY. The cream needs a dry surface to bind to. It can’t stick to a wet surface.
Bandage is for MINOR wounds and
scrapes. That said, we have lots of
users who take blood thinners and love Beeswax Bandage because it DOES stop the
bleeding and is so convenient to keep close for unexpected injuries.
"My jar of Beeswax Bandage has blisters and froth on
Beeswax Bandage is a very heavy cream. It will often be frothy or blistery on top due to air that has been
introduced while the product was being mixed as a hot liquid. When the product cools after mixing, air
bubbles are trapped on the surface because the surface cools so much more
quickly than the cream underneath.
The product is not defective and the bubbles
will not affect how it works.