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The actual name for “Band-Aid” is actually “bandage.” Band-Aid became a trademark of Johnson & Johnson in 1920 and has dominated the wound care market ever since. Invented in 1920, the brand has become a generic term for adhesive bandages in many countries. You work hard and you don't give up until the job is done. You need a bandage that works as hard as you do. These bandages provide heavy duty, durable protection that stays with you all day!
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Price beat guarantee - If you find a cheaper everyday price on an identical in stock item at a New Zealand pharmacy we will beat the difference by 10%.
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