Ostomy Adhesives & Adhesive Removers

If you or a loved one has undergone surgery that resulted in the need for an ostomy, then you know how important it is to have high-quality medical supplies on hand; Ostomy adhesives help to keep your ostomy bag securely in place, while adhesive removers including wipes and sprays make it easy to remove and replace your bag when needed. At Allegro Medical, we proudly offer a wide selection of ostomy adhesives and adhesive removers from some of the most trusted brands in the business like Smith and Nephew, Urocare, Brava, and ConvaTec at the best prices guaranteed. For peace of mind and further savings, set up routine shipping with our convenient Allegro Autoship program.

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  1. Hy-Tape - The Original Pink Tape Hy-Tape - The Original Pink Tape
    $6.09 - $13.06
  2. Remove - Universal Adhesive Remover Wipes, 50/Box Remove - Universal Adhesive Remover Wipes, 50/Box
    $12.27
  3. Torbot Liquid Bonding Cement, 4 Oz. Can Torbot Liquid Bonding Cement, 4 Oz. Can
    $9.64
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  4. Uni-Solve Adhesive Remover Wipes Uni-Solve Adhesive Remover Wipes
    $0.25 - $239.76
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  5. Brava® Elastic Barrier Strips - Elastic Ostomy Tape Brava® Elastic Barrier Strips - Elastic Ostomy Tape
    $1.77 - $77.72
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  6. McKesson Skin Barrier Film | No Sting Wipes McKesson Skin Barrier Film | No Sting Wipes
    $4.34 - $433.82
  7. Brava® Adhesive Remover Spray - Sting Free - Each Brava® Adhesive Remover Spray - Sting Free - Each
    $14.46
  8. Safe n' Simple Peri-Stoma Wipe and Adhesive Remover Safe n' Simple Peri-Stoma Wipe and Adhesive Remover
    $11.52 - $111.12
  9. Universal Adhesive Remover - Wipes - Box of 50 Universal Adhesive Remover - Wipes - Box of 50
    $14.89
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  10. Uni-Solve Adhesive Remover - 8 oz bottle Uni-Solve Adhesive Remover - 8 oz bottle
    $17.86 - $214.44
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  11. NuHope Liquid Waterproof Skin Adhesive - Skin Glue - Each NuHope Liquid Waterproof Skin Adhesive - Skin Glue - Each
    $27.50
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  12. Hollister Adapt No Sting Medical Adhesive Remover Spray, 360 Degree Spray - Each Hollister Adapt No Sting Medical Adhesive Remover Spray, 360 Degree Spray - Each
    $13.37
  13. Brava® Adhesive Remover Wipes - Wipes - Box of 30 Brava® Adhesive Remover Wipes - Wipes - Box of 30
    $18.47
  14. Skin-Tac-H - 4 oz - Each Skin-Tac-H - 4 oz - Each
    $10.44
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  15. Uro-Bond III 5000 Silicone Skin Adhesive - 3oz - Each Uro-Bond III 5000 Silicone Skin Adhesive - 3oz - Each
    $64.56
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  16. AllKare Adhesive Remover Wipes AllKare Adhesive Remover Wipes
    $14.27 - $25.68
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  17. Esenta Sting Free Adhesive Remover Wipe Esenta Sting Free Adhesive Remover Wipe
    $0.77 - $25.12
  18. Esenta Sting Free Adh Remover Spray 50 Ml Esenta Sting Free Adh Remover Spray 50 Ml
    $26.51 - $318.08
  19. Medical Adhesive Remover - 2.7 oz Spray Can - Each Medical Adhesive Remover - 2.7 oz Spray Can - Each
    $20.05
  20. Mastisol Liquid Adhesive - Box of 48 Mastisol Liquid Adhesive - Box of 48
    $158.15
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Adhesives and Removers

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS


What types of ostomy adhesives are available?

An essential part of stoma care is keeping the ostomy bag attached to the stoma. Without the help of ostomy adhesives, you would have trouble maintaining a consistent bond between the ostomy bag, the skin barrier, and your skin. The skin barrier is a solid adhesive wafer-like object that shields your skin from liquid and solid wastes. Frequently, these skin barriers don't have enough sticking power to stay in place. Fortunately, you can reinforce your barrier's sticking power with the ostomy adhesive product line, including Tobot Liquid Bond Cement, ostomy adhesive spray, adhesive powder, ostomy tape, waterproof liquid adhesive, ostomy strips, and other ostomy supplies.

How do you sleep in a neck brace?

Getting productive sleep is essential for helping your injured neck heal. To this end, you can get high-quality rest while wearing a neck brace for sleeping, provided you follow some neck brace-safe sleeping rules. The first rule is to sleep on your back and avoid lying on your stomach. If you have trouble sleeping on your back, you may sleep on your side. The focus is on keeping your neck straight. Next, you should sleep on a firm mattress with a supportive pillow to ensure maximum spinal support. Your pillow should have enough thickness to support your neck. However, your doctor may have special instructions that could override this arrangement.

How can I get my ostomy appliance to stick better?

One of the biggest problems affecting the sealing of an ostomy appliance is peristomal skin irritation. Moist irritated skin can lead to an unstable pouch system, resulting in possible skin contact with effluent. You can solve this problem by applying a liquid skin protectant (LSP). Also, people with hairy tummies should shave their abdomen closely every two to three weeks to help their barriers or pouches stick better. Some menopausal women have problems getting their barriers or pouches to stick well because of sweat build-up. However, they can solve this problem by rolling on a non-perfumed antiperspirant deodorant to the peristomal skin. Also, anyone can use a hairdryer to remove moisture from the peristomal skin.

How do I remove ostomy adhesive?

Products like Brava® Adhesive Remover Spray and Uni-Solve Adhesive Remover Wipes are excellent ostomy adhesive removers. Daily use of a removal spray or removal wipe removes residual adhesive build-up. Also, since the spray and wipe adhesives have quick-drying formulations, you can immediately apply the new skin barrier or stoma pouch. To remove the ostomy adhesive, spray along the edges of the skin barrier of the stoma pouch and gently peel back the contact material. Repeat this process until you remove all the adhesive. Also, aside from wiping instead of spraying, you can use the same routine when using an adhesive remover wipe.

How do I use ostomy adhesive?

Before you start, ensure that the type of adhesive you use suits your needs. Spray adhesives, for example, contain moisture-proof silicone compounds that are useful if you sweat profusely, whereas tape adhesives are a viable choice for allergy-prone people. On the other hand, you may require a strong but hypoallergenic seal that a silicone skin adhesive provides. Regardless of the type, apply the ostomy adhesive to the skin barrier before pressing it to your skin. Then, maintain steady pressure on the skin barrier for 30 to 60 seconds to get the best seal.

Can you put stoma paste directly on the skin?

Stoma paste is compatible with most skin types because it is alcohol-free and friendly to sensitive skin. Plus, it is highly pliable and easy to apply. However, before putting stoma paste on your skin, ensure that your stoma and peristomal skin are clean, dry, and without soap or body cream residue.

Is stoma paste necessary?

Stoma paste is vital for preventing stoma leaking by providing a smooth skin surface for the skin barrier to adhere to your skin. By filling in skin imperfections, stoma paste promotes a tight barrier seal and solid protection for your skin. Stoma paste is particularly beneficial for people with dips and scars around the stoma.

How do you prevent a stoma bag from leaking?

Fortunately, you can do five proactive things to prevent your stoma bag from leaking by changing your ostomy bag or pouch, checking the fit of the skin barrier, taking extra care of your skin, ensuring the ostomy pouch is secure during exercise, and being extra cautious when removing your ostomy skin barrier. Also, stool consistency and volume can lead to leaks causing problems like pancaking, a condition that causes sticky stool to block a portion of a stoma bag. You can help improve this problem by increasing your diet's fiber and staying hydrated.


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