How it Works
Comfort Release® is made with a unique polymer built into the bandage’s adhesive backing.
A simple swipe with rubbing alcohol helps release the stickiness, so you can remove it without pain or discomfort.
Once the alcohol evaporates, adhesive strength returns, so you can remove, reposition, and replace Comfort Release several times.
Comfort Release bandages are breathable, water resistant, adjustable and replaceable, and will stick firmly for several days of normal activity.
Comfort Release tapes are transparent and virtually invisible on your skin, and are breathable, water resistant, adjustable, replaceable, and will also stick firmly for several days of normal activity.
To Remove Comfort Release
Watch this short video to see Comfort Release in action.
Or follow these step-by-step instructions:
Soak a cotton ball with a 70% solution of common rubbing alcohol, or use the special applicator.
Wipe the entire outside of the bandage or tape until it begins to lift easily from the skin (about 10 seconds).
Lift the bandage or tape from skin.
To reapply or reposition, simply allow the alcohol to evaporate and replace bandage or tape on skin.
PLEASE NOTE: We don’t recommend you wear any type of bandage or tape for more than three days. Apply Comfort Release bandages and tapes over clean, dry skin. If the bandage is wet with water, allow it to dry before applying alcohol. Rubbing alcohol should only be applied topically, and never used on an open wound or skin burn. Rubbing alcohol is an eye irritant, and is toxic if ingested.