ConvaTec Stomahesive Protective Powder
ConvaTec Stomahesive Protective Powder

ConvaTec Stomahesive Protective Powder

Brand/Manufacturer: CONVATEC
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  • FSA Approved
  • Latex Free

ConvaTec Stomahesive Protective Powder helps form a protective barrier for excoriated or weeping skin. The powder helps to extend the life of the skin barrier/wafer. It absorbs moisture while helping to prevent skin irritation.

Why Choose ConvaTec Stomahesive Protective Powder?

  • Prevent Skin Irritation
  • Absorbs Moisture
  • Latex-Free
  • 1 oz Squeeze Bottle

Item #DescPkgRewardPrice 
25510 1oz, Squeeze Bottle Each $0.25
$16.85
$8.30

Features of Ostomy Protective Powder

  • Used to dust onto the skin before placing the ostomy appliance onto the body
  • Protects weepy and denuded skin around the stoma
  • Also helps to extend the life of the skin barrier/wafer
  • Absorbs moisture and becomes a gel which eventually crusts over
  • It is used when peristomal skin is raw and weepy
  • Provide protection to the skin from stomal discharge
  • Help keep skin dry and prevent skin irritation
  • Used to create a crusting technique when peristomal skin is severely damaged and weeping
  • Ingredients are sodium carboxymethyl cellulose, pectin, and gelatin
  • The stomahesive powder will turn to a gel and slowly dry
  • Is Latex-free
  • The powder is available in 1oz bottles
  • Note: it is not an adhesive

What to Buy with 25510 Protective Powder?

  • Use Stomahesive Powder to dust onto the skin before placing your ostomy appliance onto your body.
  • It acts to protect the skin by absorbing moisture and extend wear time.
  • It is used when peristomal skin is raw and weepy.
  • The stomahesive powder will turn to a gel and slowly dry.
  • Note: it is not an adhesive.
  • The stomahesive powder can be used to "crust".
  • The crusting technique, in summary, is the process of applying ostomy powder and then dabbing it or spraying with a skin protective wipe or protective spray. Let dry and then apply your or 1-piece ostomy system. This technique has been used for decades and is not 100% guaranteed to improve skin health, but is considered a good option for ostomates struggling to improve their peristomal skin.

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