It seems no matter how hard you try, taking off bandages always hurts. But, that could soon be changing.
Engineers from MIT have created a new medical tape that could finally take the pain away.
The new bandage will stick to your skin, but also peel apart easily, without yanking skin or body hair.
This is great news for parents with babies because their skin rips easier than adults.
No word yet on when it will hit store shelves.
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