by LINDSEY • DECEMBER 4, 2015
I received samples of BloodSTOP packets ($16 value) in exchange for this post. Any opinions expressed here are honest and my own.
Are you ready for a revolutionary way to stop your cuts from bleeding? BloodSTOP is the hemostatic matrix that is proven to stop bleeding rapidly and safely.
Blood STOP is a biocompatible, non-irritating product made with woven matrix fibers that are derived from natural plant compounds. It adheres to the wound, initiates blood coagulation, stops bleeding, and forms a protective layer to create an optimal environment for wound healing.
When applied to a wound, BloodSTOP quickly absorbs blood and other body fluids and transforms into a gel to seal the wound with a protective transparent layer. The gel creates a coagulation tower over the wound that stops bleeding and creates ideal conditions for wound healing.
Observations and experience gathered over a ten-year period in hospitals and university medical centers outside the U.S., has demonstrated the efficacy of Blood STOP and its sister product, BloodSTOP iX, in time-to-hemostasis, reduced blood loss, and material resorption time with no toxicity or other adverse effects.
In short, BloodSTOP:
- Acts in under a minutes
- Is Biocompatible
- Universally conforms to wound surfaces
- No animal-derived material
- Remains in place without adhesive
- Water soluble for easy removal without disruption to the wound surface.
- Safe for all age groups
- Single use sterile packaging; available in several sizes
- Cost effective
My 9-year-old cut her thumb and of course I jumped to BloodSTOP to give it a try. It did everything is says that it does. It stopped the bleeding very quickly. I love this idea over traditional band-aids. It’s definitely an amazing product. I will be putting this in our family first aid kit!
To learn more about BloodSTOP and where to purchase it, visit LifeSciencePlus.com.
I would like to thank the folks over at LifeScience Plus for allowing me and my family the opportunity of trying their product.
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