List of products by brand Care Plus

Care Plus Blister Plasters Medium
€7.00
€8.00 -€1.00
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Our Blister Plasters reduce pain and alleviate pressure. The blister remains free of water and dirt, allowing skin to recover. Use the blister plaster on clean, dry, and grease-free skin. The flexible and waterproof plaster remains in place for up to seven days. We recommend against removing the plaster until it falls off. Continue using the blister plaster until the blister is completely healed.
Care Plus Blister Plasters Small
€7.00
€8.00 -€1.00
Tax included
available
Our Blister Plasters reduce pain and alleviate pressure. The blister remains free of water and dirt, allowing skin to recover. Use the blister plaster on clean, dry, and grease-free skin. The flexible and waterproof plaster remains in place for up to seven days. We recommend against removing the plaster until it falls off. Continue using the blister plaster until the blister is completely healed.
Care Plus Deet 50% Spray 60 ml
€11.00
€12.00 -€1.00
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available
Care Plus® Anti-Insect DEET spray 50% is the strongest insect-repellent product for the skin. Suitable for tropical destinations (malaria, dengue and yellow fever risks) as well as European regions. The active substance DEET is effective against biting and stinging insects and also against ticks. DEET is most effective against (malaria) mosquitoes and horseflies, effective against ticks, and reasonably effective against large horseflies, gnats and midges. Deet products must be applied to the uncovered skin.
Care Plus Tick out
€4.50
€5.00 -€0.50
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available
Make sure to remove the tick within eight hours to minimize the possibility of infection. Remove the entire tick and disinfect the site of the bite with alcohol. The tick can be easily and safely removed using the Care Plus® Tick Remover. Do not anesthetize the tick with alcohol or other antiseptics. Do not heat the tick with a cigarette or other hot objects. If the tick is stunned or heated (with a cigarette), it goes into shock and responds by releasing pathogens into the body through its saliva. Make sure to write down the date of the tick bite, the site of the bite on your body, and the area where you contracted the tick bite.