|Walgreens Clear Spot Bandages|
|#1 - Walgreens Clear Spot Bandage on Face - As Is|
In that first photo of the applied clear spot, you can pretty much see that the outer edges are fairly transparent, blending in with the skin. However, that 7/8" square gauze center is rather obnoxious! It doesn't resemble the photo which gives you more of a natural skin color. To me, the square is white and very obvious.
|#2 - Walgreens Clear Spot Bandage on Face - With Makeup|
Since I had to run some errands and go to the store, I combed my hair so it wasn't pulled back or behind my ears, in an effort to try and hide that bandage. Luckily, nobody made a comment about it being there.
At the end of that first day, I applied a facial cleanser and washed my face in the shower. It is now the next day, and the clear spot bandage is still on my face like when I originally applied it. I am happy about that and since I will not be going out today, I'll leave it as it is.
I would say the adhesive quality is excellent at this point. I'll report back when it is time to remove the bandage.
|#3 - Walgreens Clear Spot Bandage Removed|
Oh, why did I need a bandage in the first place? You wouldn't believe it. It happened in my front yard garden when I was removing the expired pink powder puffs from my powder puff, Calliandra surinamensis plant. This pretty plant attracts a host of insects from bees and wasps to butterflies and hummingbirds. The bees seem to drill into the puffs, so I've got to be extra careful when I pull off the expired puffs.
|Calliandra surinamensis pink powder puff plant|
|Bee Sting on Finger - March 14, 2019|
I couldn't find the old-fashioned round bandages which are all one color ... I might buy a package that I find online. If I found that old-fashioned round bandage in assorted colors, I would probably buy that. At the very least, I think the manufacturer should do something to make that 7/8" square center not white. I am pretty fair-skinned with a bit of a tan. What if my skin was super dark?