Adapt Stoma Powder – Hollister Features
- This ostomy powder comes with a convenient puff bottle
- Viewing the window on the side of the bottle
- Available in non-sterile style
- Not made with natural rubber latex
- Recommended for home use
- Protects against raw and irritated skin
- Allows for better Adhesion
- Hollister Adapt Stoma Powder is recommended for post-operative use
- For external use only
What to buy with Hollister Adapt Stoma Powder?
How to use Adapt Stoma Powder - Hollister 7906?
- First, wash and dry your skin
- Apply a small amount of adapt stoma powder to the irritated skin
- Gently brush away any excess powder then apply your pouching system as usual
- Stop using Hollister Adapt stoma powder when your skin is no longer broken and moist to the touch
- It is not designed to prevent skin irritation
- Broken or irritated skin should be evaluated by a healthcare professional
- If your skin does not improve or gets worse, stop using the powder and contact a healthcare professional
- You may use a skin protective wipe over the stoma powder
Adapt Stoma Powder FAQs
Q. Should I use a barrier film prep or gel to seal the powder before applying my pouch?
A. Skin barrier wipes such as Skin Protective Wipes are optional. Some may contain alcohol, which will cause a stinging sensation when applied to raw skin areas. Skin barrier wipes are not necessary to use over Adapt stoma powder, but your nurse may recommend them.
Q. Is there medication in Adapt stoma powder?
A. No, it simply absorbs excess moisture, allowing your skin barrier to stay in place on your skin. The skin usually heals when protected from stoma discharge.
Q. Can I use other powders such as talcum?
A. No, the use of cosmetic-type powders will usually interfere with the seal of your skin barrier, causing leakage and further irritation.
Q. When should I stop using Adapt stoma powder?
A. Stop using the powder when the skin has healed and is no longer moist to the touch. Adapt stoma powder is not designed to be used for the prevention of skin irritation. Stop using the powder and contact your healthcare provider if your skin has not improved or is getting worse.