Hollister Adapt Ostomy Barrier Rings
Hollister Adapt Ostomy Barrier Rings

Hollister Adapt Ostomy Barrier Rings

  • FSA Approved
  • Latex Free

Hollister Adapt Ostomy Barrier Rings are used to fill in or caulk uneven skin contours near the stoma. They help create a flatter surface and prevent ostomy drainage from getting under the ostomy barrier. Barrier Rings may be cut, stretched, or stacked together to help improve the fit of a pouching system.

Why to buy Hollister Adapt Barrier Rings?

  • Thin and flexible rings
  • Not made with natural rubber latex
  • Adhere Well to Skin without Tape
  • Convenient during bathing and swimming

Item #DescPkgPrice 
7805 Outer Diameter: 2" (48mm), 4.5 mm Width Each $7.63 $5.04
7805 Outer Diameter: 2" (48mm), 4.5 mm Width 10/Pack $71.36 $49.48
7806 Outer Diameter: 4" (98mm), 2.3 mm Width Each $7.63 $5.04
7806 Outer Diameter: 4" (98mm), 2.3 mm Width 10/Pack $71.36 $49.48

Hollister Adapt Ostomy Barrier Rings Features

  • Flextend M skin barrier formulation
  • Fill in depressions and even out skin contours under a skin barrier
  • Sting-free alternative to paste
  • For individuals with sensitive skin or limited dexterity
  • Prolongs skin barrier wear time when used under a pouch or 2-piece skin barrier
  • Latex free

How to use Hollister Barrier Rings?

  1. Wash and dry your skin thoroughly
  2. Remove the protective coverings from both sides of the barrier ring and stretch or mold the ring to fit your stoma size
  3. Apply the flat side of the ring to the adhesive area of your ostomy pouching system
  4. Apply your ostomy pouch as usual

Customer Reviews

Questions & Answers

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Do I need to use both the paste and barrier rings?
Raynes - 10/7/2014 12:52:41 AM
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Most people find that the barrier rings eliminate the need for paste.
Customer Care - 10/8/2014 8:02:36 AM
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I used to use paste. Are the barrier rings better than paste?
Rodney - 10/6/2014 7:55:51 AM
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There are many advantages to using Adapt barrier rings instead of paste. For some people, barrier rings are easier to apply and remove than paste. Barrier rings are more durable and tend to be more resistant to erosion from your ostomy discharge.
Customer Care - 10/7/2014 12:17:58 AM
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How do I use them?
Eva - 10/3/2014 12:46:22 AM
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  • Wash and dry your skin thoroughly
  • Remove the barrier ring from the plastic tray, then remove the protective coverings from both sides of the barrier ring
  • Stretch and mold before applying. You may choose to:
    - Apply the barrier ring to the adhesive side of your skin barrier or
    - Apply the barrier ring to your skin and then apply your pouching system
  • Stack barrier rings if needed, for an improved fit
  • To remove, gently peel away from the skin when you change your pouching system
Customer Care - 10/6/2014 12:17:10 AM
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Can I use this product when my skin is irritated?
Barbara - 10/1/2014 12:39:31 AM
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Yes, Adapt Barrier Rings are alcohol-free and will not cause pain when used on irritated skin. Irritated skin near the stoma should be evaluated by a healthcare professional who will help determine the cause of the skin problem and how to prevent further injury.
Customer Care - 10/2/2014 7:39:31 AM
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My stoma is not round. Can I still use the rings?
Curtis - 9/23/2014 1:03:07 AM
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Yes. The rings can be pulled or stretched into the shape you need.
Customer Care - 9/24/2014 8:08:16 AM
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Can the rings be used a second time?
Jil - 9/15/2014 8:07:33 AM
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No, the Adapt Barrier Rings are not designed for re-use and would not adhere well if reapplied.
Customer Care - 9/16/2014 12:38:32 AM
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How should I remove the rings?
Crystal - 9/11/2014 7:52:45 AM
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The ring will come off when you remove your pouch. If residue remains, gently roll and peel it from the skin.
Customer Care - 9/12/2014 12:29:43 AM
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What if the ring is too big for my stoma?
Jeffrey - 9/3/2014 12:18:27 AM
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You can make the ring smaller by cutting away a section and pressing the cut ends back together.
Customer Care - 9/4/2014 12:21:52 AM
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Is there a top or bottom to the barrier ring?
Matthew - 8/11/2014 12:57:30 AM
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No, either side may be applied to your skin.
Customer Care - 8/12/2014 12:01:39 AM
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How do I know what size ring to use - the 2" or the 4"?
Susan - 8/5/2014 12:20:49 AM
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Select the size that most closely matches the size of your stoma. The rings may be pulled and stretched to fit. Because the rings stretch and mold so well, most people find that the 2" ring works best.
Customer Care - 8/6/2014 11:41:01 PM
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