Bubble Bandage Sampler

Bubble Bandage Sampler



The Bubble Bandage Sampler contains one each of the following:

  • Visitec Eye Bandage (vented)
  • Ortolux Air Eye Bubble - small (vented)
  • Ortolux Air Eye Bubble - large (vented)
  • Ortolux Eye Bubble - small
  • Ortolux Eye Bubble - large
  • NitEye Bubble Eye Bandage 
  • Pair of EyeLocc Eyelid Occlusion Dressings

Description (by Rebecca)

We put together this sampler as a handy way for people to try all the different types of bubble bandages before buying an entire package. Examples of some situations where you may find this helpful: 

  • Comparing adhesives to see which will be least irritating to your skin
  • Figuring out which size or shape will fit you best
  • Comparing results between taping lid down (EyeLocc) and simply sealing in the moisture tightly without touching the lid (NITEYE and Ortolux Moisture Chamber)
  • Showing your doctor all the options so they can tell you which would be safest and most beneficial for your circumstances - for example, if you have a high risk of infection, they may prefer you to use a slightly vented shield.

The Bubble Bandage Sampler contains one each of the following:

  • Visitec Eye Bandage (vented)
  • Ortolux Air Eye Bubble - small (vented)
  • Ortolux Air Eye Bubble - large (vented)
  • Ortolux Eye Bubble - small
  • Ortolux Eye Bubble - large
  • NitEye Bubble Eye Bandage 
  • Pair of EyeLocc Eyelid Occlusion Dressings

Description (by Rebecca)

We put together this sampler as a handy way for people to try all the different types of bubble bandages before buying an entire package. Examples of some situations where you may find this helpful: 

  • Comparing adhesives to see which will be least irritating to your skin
  • Figuring out which size or shape will fit you best
  • Comparing results between taping lid down (EyeLocc) and simply sealing in the moisture tightly without touching the lid (NITEYE and Ortolux Moisture Chamber)
  • Showing your doctor all the options so they can tell you which would be safest and most beneficial for your circumstances - for example, if you have a high risk of infection, they may prefer you to use a slightly vented shield.