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CVS Health Sterile Manuka Honey Adhesive Pads

CVS Health Sterile Manuka Honey Adhesive Pads
3 EA, .2 lbs. Item # 311869

Infused with medical-grade honey, which assists in maintaining a moist environment for optimal wound healing.

Ideal for minor abrasions, cuts and lacerations.
  • 100% Waterproof
  • A Natural Alternative
  • Actual Product Size on Back Panel
  • 3 Adhesive Pads
Manuka (Leptospermum) honey is a medical grade honey that's harvested from the Manuka plant in New Zealand. Researchers have found this species has unique components that make it ideal for healing wounds and burns.
Sterility guaranteed unless individual wrapper has been opened or damaged. Not made with natural rubber latex.

This item is FSA (Flexible Spending Account) eligible.


For best results, use CVS Health first aid products, and follow the 1-2-3 Treatment.

  1. Gently clean the wound using a gauze pad with mild soap and water. Carefully dry the affected area and apply medication if needed (not included).
  2. Cover the affected area with sterile adhesive honey pads.
  3. Secure all four sides of pad to skin. If leakage around the bandage should occur, change the bandage as needed.


If there are signs of infection such as fever, pain, redness, swelling, itching, rash or burning, increased wound drainage, increased skin irritation, and changes and wound color and/or odor, consult your doctor. Patients with known sensitivity to honey should not use this product.

Due to the low pH balance, some people may notice slight stinging that lasts less than 5 minutes. If stinging persists, remove dressing, clean area, and stop use. Osmotic activity can draw increased fluid, which will require frequent dressing changes.
Not for: People with a known allergy or hypersensitivity to honey.
Customer Storage: Store at room temperature: 50-77F (10-25C.) Keep dry.
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