Bandages for cuts can sometimes be too small or too big for your needs, so the conceptual 'On Aid' bandage has been created to help individuals never have to worry about this aspect ever again.
The bandage dispenser features a flexible polymer covering along with a cotton padding that can be used to offer coverings for wounds of all sizes. Users can even tear off several pieces to create a bandage that suits larger cuts to ensure they're never forced to leave it uncovered for extended periods.
Conceptually designed by Olivia Wilmink, the 'On Aid' bandage dispenser came to the designer when she cut her hand during her first week on a new job and was unable to find a covering that suited her needs.
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The 'On Aid' Bandage Offers Personalized, Flexible Coverage
- By: Michael HemsworthMay 7, 2018