A lot of people don't realize pure super glue, not the fancy gel type with thickening agent, but just cyanoacrylate (non-toxic) can be used to fix minor cuts and lacerations. Thought I'd share on this forum, might come in handy one day. (my mom just sliced her finger open while abusing a fillet knife, instant seal and pain free)
Cyanoacrylate cures instantly on contact with moisture in an exothermic reaction. If you get a cut, simply run it under cold tap water to remove excess blood while applying pressure on blood vessel to reduce circulation. While holding the wound shut, apply a thin coat of super glue.
If the wound is contaminated, you might want to disinfect first. Try to keep the wound from bleeding while applying super glue, or it won't bond very well.
As your skin naturally sheds, so will the solidified layer of super glue.
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