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INTRODUCING ESENTA™.
THE NEW BRAND NAME IN OSTOMY AND WOUND CARE.

Silicone-based skin protection and adhesive removal.

ESENTA™ STING FREE SKIN BARRIER SPRAYS AND WIPES

FOR A BREATHABLE BARRIER ON THE SKIN:

  • Protects skin for up to 72 hours1
  • Reduces the risk of skin damage and irritation
  • Safe and effective even with frequent use
Product One

ESENTA™ STING FREE SKIN BARRIER

Liquid per Each

Product Code

Product Description

Box of

Boxes per Case*

3ml

423392

ESENTA™ Sting Free Skin Barrier Wipes

25

20

28ml

423286

ESENTA™ Sting Free Skin Barrier Pump Spray

1

12

50ml

423288

ESENTA™ Sting Free Skin Barrier Spray

1

12

*sold by the case

ESENTA™ STING FREE ADHESIVE REMOVER SPRAYS AND WIPES

FOR FAST AND EASY ADHESIVE RELEASE:

  • Reduces painful skin stripping and skin damage
  • Quickly removes all adhesive residue
  • Feels silky and smooth, no residue left behind
Product Two

ESENTA™ STING FREE ADHESIVE REMOVER

Liquid per Each

Product Code

Product Description

Box of

Boxes per Case*

3ml

423391

ESENTA™ Sting Free Adhesive Remover Wipes

25

20

50ml

423289

ESENTA™ Sting Free Skin Adhesive Remover Spray

1

12

*sold by the case

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Frequently asked questions

What is the meaning behind the ESENTA™ brand?

ESENTA™ comes from the concept that accessories are essential to everyday life for people living with stomas and hard-to-heal wounds.

Does the ESENTA™ Sting Free Skin Barrier and Adhesive Remover contain alcohol?

No, they do not contain alcohol, the formulation is a silicone blend. Silicone blends do not sting on application.

How does the ESENTA™ Sting Free Skin Barrier work?

The protective silicone barrier bonds gently to the skin surface to create a fine, durable, protective silicone film. This breathable barrier protects the skin for up to 72 hours from damage caused by adhesives, body waste, and enzymes.

How do ESENTA™ Sting Free Adhesive Remover products work?

ESENTA™ Sting Free Adhesive Remover Spray - The fluid in the spray is designed to ‘track’ between the adhesive and the skin, creating a layer of silicone. This silicone layer then acts as a release agent to release the bond that is currently there, so the adhesive falls away from the skin without any trauma. The silicone then evaporates in seconds, without leaving any film or coating, and a new appliance can be applied (if required) without first needing to clean the skin.

ESENTA™ Sting Free Adhesive Remover Wipes - The wipe is designed to remove any adhesive residue left on the skin. The silicone from the wipe then evaporates in seconds, without leaving any film or coating, and a new appliance can be applied (if required) without first needing to clean the skin.

Can the ESENTA™ Sting Free Skin Barrier be used together with the Esenta™ Adhesive Remover?

Yes, the combination of both products is very common.

Are the ESENTA™ Sting Free Skin Barrier and Adhesive Remover products flammable?

Yes, all liquid silicones used by manufacturers with products in the No Sting category are flammable. The ESENTA™ Sting Free Skin Barrier and Adhesive Remover formulation has a long history of safe use and will only combust if safety instructions are ignored or the product is misused. The accompanying labelling and Instructions-For-Use provide warnings and cautions.

How frequently can ESENTA™ Sting Free Skin Barrier be used?

Reapplication is recommended every 12-72 hours, dependent upon skin surface conditions. Safe and effective even with frequent use. Should be replaced at every dressing or appliance change to maintain complete protection.

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Reference: 1. Voegeli D, LBF® “No-Sting” Barrier Wipes: Skin Care Using Advanced Silicone Technology. British Journal of Nursing, 2008; Vol. 17: No. 7.

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