In general, some people who suffer from rheumatism will always be treated with plaster. But it's hard to get rid of the plaster on the skin. The following 360 common sense network will share some tips for removing the plaster sticking to the skin.
How to remove the sticking plaster on the skin?
1. The plaster traces left on the skin can also be removed by repeatedly pasting the removed plaster oil surface or transparent tape.
2. The best way to clean the plaster: use turpentine to wipe the plaster residue, and then use a clean cloth to wipe it off.
3. Cleaning plaster can also use the vegetable oil used for cooking at home, but it is slow, and it will also make a lot of oil on the skin.
4. More complex method: first, use a harder paper to stick the excess plaster off the skin, and then, dip the plaster on the skin with cotton wool and red flower oil to wipe it, which can basically be completely cleaned.
5. Use baby oil or olive oil, maybe we can eat peanut oil or blended oil. Let the ointment fully absorb the grease and then it can be easily removed.
6. The effect is very good with the essence of wind oil.
7. Apply some moisturizing oil on the plaster. When applying the moisturizing oil, evenly apply it. Then wait for a few minutes, and then uncover the plaster. It won't hurt. If the plaster sticks to the clothes or skin, dip a cotton swab in alcohol.
The quality requirements for plaster are as follows:
1. It should be suitable for aging and tenderness. It should be pasted on the skin with proper viscosity and non moving position.
2. The appearance should be oily and delicate, and there should be no irritation to the skin.
3. The spreading amount of the same kind of plaster shall be the same, and the weight difference limit shall not exceed ± 5% (it refers to the weight of pure plaster without mounting material).
4. It can be preserved at normal temperature without deterioration or loss of viscosity within two years.
Precautions for plastering:
1. In case of muscle contusion or joint or ligament strain caused by careless exercise or labor, do not immediately apply dampness and pain relieving ointment or musk wind seeking ointment to the injured part. Because this kind of plaster has the function of promoting blood circulation and removing blood stasis, it can not achieve the purpose of detumescence and pain relief.
2. In case of local damage, plaster shall not be directly pasted on the damaged part to avoid biochemical pyogenic infection.
3. All plasters containing musk, frankincense, safflower, myrrh, peach kernel and other components for promoting blood circulation and removing blood stasis should be forbidden for pregnant women.
4. If there are pimples and blisters on the local skin after plastering, and the pruritus is severe, it means that the plastering should be stopped immediately and anti allergy treatment should be carried out.
5. Allergy can not be pasted. If you feel itchy, scorching or tingling on the skin of the pasted part about 10 minutes after the plaster is pasted, you should remove it immediately. This indicates that the patient is allergic to plaster. People with allergic constitution are usually not suitable for plasters, because their skin is prone to rash, which is not conducive to drug absorption, but will bring skin problems.
6. For no more than 24 hours, since the plaster is used on the surface of the muscle, the plaster generally takes the medicine with heavy odor, sticks to the surface of the body to stimulate nerve endings, expands blood vessels, promotes local blood circulation, improves the nutrition of the surrounding tissues, and achieves the purposes of detumescence, anti-inflammatory and analgesia. Generally, the maximum time of a plaster is not more than 24 hours. After a long time, not only the drug has lost its efficacy, but also it is not good for the skin.