Sage Comfort Shield Barrier Cream Cloths in variety pack

Sage Comfort Shield Barrier Cream Cloths

Clean, treat and protect skin from incontinence

Instead of using separate products and messy creams, our cloths have a gentle cleanser, moisturizer and barrier cream all in one. This basinless incontinence care treats and prevents incontinence-associated dermatitis (IAD) and helps promote compliance to incontinence care protocols.  


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Basins can increase infection risk

Using a basin to clean your incontinent patients may increase the risk of infection. Clinical studies have shown basins are often contaminated with bacteria, including multi-drug resistant organisms and gram-negative bacilli.1,2 Hospital water systems have also been identified in more than 29 studies as the source of serious waterborne hospital-acquired infections (HAIs).3

Graphic highlighting 33% of hospital beds

33% of hospitalized adults experience perineal skin damage4

Crossed out bacterially contaminated basin.

100% of hospitals had at least one bacteria-contaminated basin in a study published in the American Journal of Infection Control5

Incontinent patients suffering from IAD.

46% of hospitalized incontinent patients had IAD in a study published in the Journal of Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nursing6

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Help reduce IAD with cloths

Sage Comfort Shield Barrier Cream Cloths with dimethicone can help you provide consistent patient care by applying an effective barrier every time. Each cloth delivers all-in-one skin cleansing, moisturizing, deodorizing, treatment and barrier protection.

  • Dimethicone formula helps treat and prevent IAD; helps seal out wetness 
  • Breathable, transparent dimethicone barrier makes skin assessment easy 
  • Allows the use of other products such as antifungals without removing
  • Dimethicone barrier
  • Hypoallergenic, gentle and non-irritating
  • 3-pack (smaller cloth size): Reorder #7502
  • 3-pack: Reorder #7503
  • 8-pack: Reorder #7905
  • 24-pack: Reorder #7924



Preventing incontinence-associated dermatitis

A two-phase evaluation of 200 patients at high risk for developing IAD and hospital-acquired pressure injury (HAPI) found that not one patient developed an IAD or HAPI after receiving an intervention that standardized incontinence cleanup with a barrier-impregnated cloth following each incontinent episode.8 


The expiration date can be found on the side of the package.

Yes. The intended use for Comfort Shield Barrier Cream Cloths is for infants and older. Neonatal use is at the physician’s discretion.  

Yes. Please refer to the packaging for warming instructions.  

The expiration date is 18-24 months after the manufacturing date. Please refer to the packaging for the expiration date.  

No need to add water. The cloths come pre-moistened and ready to use.  

No. Comfort Shield Barrier Cream Cloths are compatible with antifungal products.4

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