Dermoplast antibacterial spray

Question

Hello guys, this is Laura Mclean, I want to use dermoplast for minor cuts, but a lot of people are telling me to buy the blue spray not the red spray, can you guys tell me everything I need to know about dermoplast antibacterial spray. Why people love the blue so much.


The blue spray is the original formula of dermoplast, the dermoplast company wanted to improve it then they came up with an idea of making the red spray.

The red spray has some more ingredients that the blue spray doesn’t have. The only thing you really should know is that the red spray is stronger since it has other ingredients.

It is not recommend to use the red spray on sensitive areas since it strong. You really can’t use the red spray on deep cuts or deep injuries.

A lot of people are using the blue dermoplast spray after surgery because it not strong and it also doesn’t sting.

A lot of hospitals around the United State are also providing the blue dermoplast to women after giving birth, some women use it for vaginal tear and some women use it on their c section stitches.

Doctors have only approved the blue spray on sensitive areas, some males are using dermoplast after circumcision to numb penis pains and some women use it after labia plasty surgery to numb their vaginas.

You can use the red spray for minor cuts, minor wounds, minor injuries, skin irritations associated with sun burns and itching.

Just make sure to not use the red spray on too sensitive areas like using it on your private part.

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Can the dermoplast antibacterial spray be used on children?

Dermoplast was approved to be also use on children under the age of two, but you need to only use the blue spray on children younger than 5 years. Don’t use the red spray on your kids.

A lot of parents are using dermoplast on their toddlers for diaper rash, some won use it on their infants for skin irritations.

As a parent who have also used dermoplast on my kids, I only use the blue spray, I have used it on my son after he was stung by a jelly fish, I have used it on my daughters wounds and also have used it on my husband for sun burns.

I have also used this spray myself after delivery, it was kind of a life saver for me since it provided me with the best pain relief after labor.

How many times can we use dermoplast?

The dermoplast and the FDA have said, this spray cannot be used more than 4 times a day, you can use it anytime of the day, just don’t use it more than 4 times a day.

I would advise you to use dermoplast 3 times a day, use it anytime of the day when you are feeling pains but if the pain get worse after using this spray then you need to call your doctor immediately to get some proper medication.

Reminder: don’t use the red dermoplast on deeper cuts or deeper wounds, only use it for minor cuts and minor wounds.

People love the blue spray simple because it can be used for a lot of things, some women are even using it for hemorrhoids.

A lot of people who have used the red dermoplast spray on their stitches have said, they will never use it again since it burned them like fire.

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