A topical skin adhesive is a sterile, liquid skin glue that holds the edges of a wound together. The adhesive film usually stays in place for 5 to 10 days, then naturally falls off the skin. This type of adhesive cannot be used on all cuts. It is generally not used in areas with hair or in the mouth. It works best on small cuts such as paper cuts that are not deep, jagged, or bleeding and not under a lot of tension or pressure. (An example of a cut with tension would be a cut on a joint, such as a knuckle.)
Check how the wound looks.
Do not put any medicine on the wound.
Keep the wound dry.
Protect the wound.
If you have any questions or concerns about this product, call your healthcare provider.