Please consult your physician before taking any medication. Breathable "invisible" all-purpose protection blends in with your skin. Unique adhesive and material for protection that stays in place Non-stick pad - won't stick to wound for gentle removal. Microporous materials are often used in laboratory environments to facilitate contaminant-free exchange of gases. Mold spores, bacteria, and other airborne contaminants will become trapped, while allowing gases to pass through the material. This allows for a sterile environment in the contained area. Microporous tape is used by some professional extreme yo-yoers to wrap around their fingers and prevent string burn or irritation. Rock climbers use microporous tape to wrap their hands in 'tape gloves', a means of protecting the skin from rock abrasion when jamming hands into cracks as a means of ascent (crack climbing, as opposed to face climbing - gripping holds on the face of the rock). Microporous media used in large format printing applications normally with a pigment based ink to maintain colour balance and life expectancy of the resultant printed image. Microporous tape is also used by some film and TV sound recordists to affix small radio microphones to actor.